Art. I. Observations of the Remedial Effects of the Balsam of Copaiba in Catarrh and Irritability of the Bladder, and in Leucorrhœa; with Cases.
Art. II. Cases of the Epidemic Yellow Fever prevalent at New Orleans in the Summer and Fall of 1833.
Art. III. Cases of Gastritis Superinduced.
Art. IV. Thoughts on the Bilious Remittent, commonly called Congestive Fever.
Art. V. An Account of a New Instrument for Operating in Cases of Fistula in Ano.
Art. VI. A case of Hepatic Abscess, in which Tapping was Performed before Adhesion of the Liver to the Side had occurred; and the Appearances after Death.
Art. VII. Case in which Sand was voided by the Mouth, Rectum, Urethra, Nose, Ear, Side, and Umbilicus, and attended by various other Anomalous Symptoms.
Art. VIII. Case of Purpura Hæmorrhagica.
Art. IX. Cerebral Affections of Children.
Art. X. Description of a New Œsophagus Forceps.
Art. XI. On the Efficacy of a Mixture of Camphor and Muriate of Ammonia in the Treatment of Suppression of Urine.
Art. XII. Cases of Neuralgia with Remarks.
Art. XIII. Experiments and Observations on the Gastric Juice, and the Physiology of Digestion.
Art. XIV. On the Influence of Physical Agents on Life.
XV. A New Exposition of the Functions of the Nerves.
XVI. Nouvel Aperçu sur la Physiologie du Foie et les Usages de la Bile. De la Digestion Considérée en Général.
XVII. Dictionary of Practical Medicine, &c.
XVIII. Essai sur le Madar, (Calotropis Madarii Indico-orientalis,) contenant l'Histoire Naturelle de cette Plante, ses proprietés Physiques, Chimiques et Médicinales.
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