ART. I. Experiments upon the Shod, together with some new facts in regard to Animal and Vegetable Structures, illustrative of many of the most important phenomena of Organic Life, —among them Respiralion, Animal Heat, Venous Circulation, Secretion, and Nutrition
ART. II. Reports of Cases Treated in the Philadelphia Hospital at Blockley
ART. III. Fatal Pleurisy in a Tuberculous Patient, and Chronic Tubercular Peritonitis
ART. IV. Case of an attempt at Suicide, in which the Internal Jugular Vein was partially divided and successfully secured by Ligature
ART. V. On a new method of relieving persons affected with Prolapsus Uteri
ART. VI. A Sketch of Lithotripsy, with Cases
ART. VII. Account of a successful Operation for the cure of Artificial Anus, accomplished with the aid of a novel instrument
ART. VII. Observations on the Apparatus, &c
ART. IX. Case of Induration and Enlargement of the body of the Penis, with a new method of amputating that organ
Genral requisites for a complete course of Clinical Instruction in the Practice of Medicine
ART. XI. Der Alp, sein Wesen und seine Hcilung. Einc Monographie
ART. XII. Lectures on subjects connected with Clinical Medicine
ART. XIII. New Views of the Process of Defecation, and their Application to the Pathology and Treatment of the Diseases of the Stomach, Bowels, and other Organs, together with an Analytical Correction of Sir Charles Bell's Views respecting the Nerves of the Face
ART. XIV. On the Analysis of the Blood and Urine, in Health and Disease, with Dirctions for the Analysis of Urinary Calculi
ARTICLE XV. Ueber das Pforladerblut. Eine Chemisch-Phystologische Untersuchung
ART. XVI. Symbola ad Curationem Phthiscos Emendandam. Commentatio qua Viro Perillustri
ART. XVII. Nasologische Therapeutische Beobachtungen
ART. XVIII. The British Medical Almanack
ART. XX. Lectures on the Nervous System and its Diseases
ART. XXI. The British and Foreign Medical Review, or Quarterly Journal of Practical Medicine and Surgery
ART. XXII. The Southern Medical and Surgical Journal
1. On the intimate structure of the Intestinal Glands
3. Professor Tiedemann's experiments On Pulmonary cxhalation
4. Researches respecting the carbonic acid of the blood
5. Physiology of the Fifth Pair of Nerves, illustrated by a case of Carcinomaious Tumour destroying the whole of the Left Nervous Trigeminus
6. Is conception possible without coition?
7. Functions of the Fatal Kidney
8. On a Peculiar Animated Motion obserred in the Globules of the Blood
9. Clinical lecture on Affections of the Cervical Spinal Cord, simulating Larungitis
10. Complete Disappearance of the Beating of the Heart
11. Partial Aneurism of the Heart
12. Complete Obliteration of the Abdominal Aorta
13. Entire Absence of Blood following a Cerebral Affection
14. Remarks upon many symptomatic afcctions which are encountered in cases of irritation of a greater or less portion of the spinal marow
15. On the Pathology of Paraplegia
16. Strictures on the Numerical Method, as applied to the Pathology of Typhus Fever
17. Quassin
18. Chinese Rhubarb
19. Rapid mode of preparing Mercurial Ointment
20. Extract and Tincture of Rhubarb and Extract of Gentian
21. Infusion of Rhubarb
22. On the Influence of Temperature upon the Development of the Volatile Oil of Mustard
23. Tincture of Copaiba
24. Observations on the Seeds of the Jatropa Curcas
25. Aceto-Spirituous Tincture of Cantharides
26. On the simple Antiphlogistic. Method of treating Syphilis
25. Aceto-Spirituous Tincture of Cantharides
26. On the simple Antiphlogistic. Method of treating Syphilis
25. Aceto-Spirituous Tincture of Cantharides
26. On the simple Antiphlogistic. Method of treating Syphilis
25. Aceto-Spirituous Tincture of Cantharides
33. On the Scarlet Fever as it appeared in Dublin in 1831—4
34. On the Scarlet Fever as it appeared in Dublin in 1834
35. New Vermifuge
36. Plosis cured by Croton Oil
37. Operation proposed by Professor JAEGER of Vienna, for the cure of bad cases of Ectropium and Lagophthalmus
36. Plosis cured by Croton Oil
37. Operation proposed by Professor JAEGER of Vienna, for the cure of bad cases of Ectropium and Lagophthalmus
40. Cafe of Crural Aneurism—Ligature of the external Iliac Artery—Cure
41. On the Treatment of Hydrocele by Setons
42. Partial Amputation of the Foot and Hand
43. Extirpation of Goitre
44. On the Death of the Fatus in the first months of Pregnancy, the Uterus preserving the product of Conception
45. Case of Morbid adhesion of the Placenta
Three Cases of Rheumatic Ophthalmia, treated at the Wills Hospital
Three Cases of Rheumatic Ophthalmia, treated at the Wills Hospital
Three Cases of Rheumatic Ophthalmia, treated at the Wills Hospital
Wound of the Brachial Artery cured by Compression
Case of Extensive and deep-seated injury of the Brain, unattended byany disturbance of the Intellect and terminating favourably
Letter from Drs. Chapman and Randolph to the editor of the Southern Liberary Messenger
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