Art. I. On the Typhus Fever, which occurred at Philadelphia in the spring and summer of 1836; illustrated by Clinical Observations at the Philadelphia Hospital; showing the distinction between this form of disease and Dothinenteritis or the Typhoid Fever with alteration of the follicles of the small intestine.
Art. II. Report of two cases of Laryngitis, treated in the New York Hospital; with remarks.
Art. III. Account of six cases of Aneurism, cured by operation.
Art. IV. On Retention of the Placenta.
Art. V. A case of Excision of the Elbow Joint.
Art. VI. On Hydrophobia.
Art. VII. On Puerperal Convulsions.
Art. VIII. New views of certain Dislocations.
Remarks on the preceding paper
Art. IX. Laceration of the Urethra from a fall on the Perinæum, with consequent retention of Urine, for which the operation of puncturing the bladder was performed.
Observations on the preceding case
Art. X. “A Practical Treatise on Midwifery, containing the result of sixteen thousand six hundred and fifty-four births, occurring in the Dublin Lying-in Hospital, during a period of seven years, commencing November, 1826.
Art. XI. De Glandularum Secernentium Structura Penitiori earumque prima formatione in Homine atque Animalibus, commentatio anatomica.
An Anatomical Commentary on the structure and development of the Secernent Glands in man and animals.
Art. XII. Pathological Researches on Phthisis
Art. XIII. Legons de Clinique Médicali, faites à P Hotel Dieu de Paris.
Lectures on Clinical Medicine, delivered at the Hotel Dieu of Paris.
Art. XIV. Die Behandlung der Lustseuche ohne Quecksilber, order die Nicht Merkuriellen Mittel und Methoden zur Heilung der Lustseuche. Nebst cinem kurzen Bericht über die anwendung der Antiphlogistischen Methode gegen diese Krankheit, im Allgemeinen Krankenhause zu Hamburg.
On the Treatment of the Venereal Disease without Mercury, or an Account of the Non-mercurial Remedies recommended for its Cure; together with a Short Notice of the Antiphlogistic Treatment of the Disease pursued in the General Hospital of Hamburg.
Art. XV. De Aneurysmatibus Arteriarum Cerebri.
On Aneurism of the Cerebral Arteries.
Art. XVI. Conspectus Morborum Auris Humanæ. Dissertatio Inauguralis Pathologico-Therapeutica.
A View of the Disease of the Human Ear.
Art. XVII. Vierzehnter Jahresbericht des Koniglichen Poliklinischen Institutes der Universität zu Berlin, umfassend die Jahre 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833, u. 1834.
The Fourteeñth Report of the Polyclinic Institute of the University of Berlin, embracing the years from 1830 to 1834, inclusive.
Art. XVIII. Principles of Pathology and Praclice of Physic.
1. M. Serres on some of the Laws of progressive development in the higher animals.
2. On the varieties of the obturator artery, and the relations of these to the femoral ring.
3. Temporary loss of the memory of words, after an injury of the head.
4. Abstract of a paper on the Gyration of the Heart and the mechanism of the circulation.
5. On the Power by which the Head of the Thigh Bone is Retained in its Socket.
6. Anomalous Menstruation.
7. Observations on the sudden death of Children from enlargement of the Thymus Gland.
8. On Thymic Asthma
9. Acute Pericarditis.
10. Creosote in various diseases.
11. Chlorate of Potass in Phthisis.
12. Nitrate of Strychnine in Paralysis.
13. Venous injection of Tartar Emetic in Tetanus.
14. On the Treatment of some of the diseases of the Brain
15. Nicotiana (Tobacco) in Scarlatina.
16. Nitrate of Silver an Antiphlogistic.
17. Case of Jaundice.—Vomiting.—Effects of Creosote.
18. Chloride of Soda in Amenorrhœa.
19. Inula Helenium in Leucorrhœa.
20. Sore Nipples.
21. Cure for Tetter.
22. On Scarlet Fever, as it prevailed epidemically in Edinburgh, during the autumn and winter of 1835-6.
23. On Dropsical Affections, the Sequelœ of Scarlatina.
24. On a troublesome purulent discharge from the internal car, a sequela of scarlatina.
25. On a peculiar rheumatic affection of the joints succeeding the disappearance of the efflorescence of scarlet fever.
26. On the properties and mode of action of Cantharides, and Cantharidin.
27. Experiments on the action of Cantharides on the animal œconomy in health and disease.
28. New injection for the treatment of blenorrhagia and leucorrhœa.
29. Hypertrophy of the Tongue, with induration, cured by the Hydrochlorate of Gold.
30. Dislocation of both Arms.
31. Dislocations.
32. Extirpation of a Goitre.
33. Radical cure of Hernia.
34. Chlorine Gas as an Injection for the Cure of Hydrocele.
35. Congenital occlusion of the Vagina cured by a new method.
36. Neuralgia—Amputation at the hip joint.
37. Case of Aneurism of the arteria innominata, and of the origin of the subclavian arlery, treated by ligature of the common carotid.
38. Case of Fracture of the Neck and Trochanter of the Thigh-bone, attended with Inversion of the Limb.
39. Parturition of a Child at full time, and of a blighted fœtus.
40. A new diagnostic sign of Pregnancy.
41. Uterine Apoplexy.
42. Effect of Age on the mortality of Sickness.
43. Mortality in England.
44. British Association for the Advancement of Science.
45. Mr. Crosse's Discoveries.
Congenital Encephalocele, with Remarks.
Improved Female Syringe.
Aneurism of the external iliac artery—ligature to this artery—death.
Case of Protracted Croup, successfully treated with unusually large doses of Tartar Emetic and Ipecacuanha.
Tribute of Respect to Professor Mott on the eve of his departure for Europe.
Dr. Littell's Manual of the Diseases of the Eye.
University of Pennsylvania.
Transylvania University.
College of Physicians and Surgeons of the Western District of the State of New York, in Fairfield, Herkimer county.
Properties of Caoutchouc as an external irritant.
Select Medical Library and Eclectic Journal of Medicine.