Article I. On the Physical action of Capillary Systems.—Identification of the force producing motion with the chemical force.
Art. II. Case of complete division of the Pharynx, above the Larynx; loss of the Os Hyoides, and a portion of the Epiglottis cartilage, by Sloughing; recovery.
Art. III. On Staphyloraphy.
Art. IV. A new Treatment in a Case of Anchylosis.
Art. V. Case of Labour; Convulsions; Instrumental Delivery; Recovery.
Art. VI. Report of a Trial for Murder, by the Administration of Oil of Savine, for the purpose of procuring Abortion.
Art. VII. Case of Monstrosity, in which the Brain, Heart, Lungs, Stomach, Liver, Spleen, Pancreas, and Right Kidney were wanting.
Art. VIII. Remarks on the Tuberculous Affections, with a Translation of the Instructions recently promulgated by the Academy of Medicine of France, relative to the study of Phthisis in different Climates, &c.
Art. IX. Cases and Observations.
Art. X. Essai sur la Philosophie Médicale et sur les Généralités de la Clinique Médicale, précédé d'un Résumé Philosophique des principaux Progrès de la Médecine, et suivi d'un parallèle des résultats de la Formule des Saignées coup sur coup avec ceux de l'ancienne méthode, dans le Traitement des Phlegmasies Aigues..
Art. XI. A Treatise on the Diagnosis and treatment of the diseases of the Chest.—Part I. Diseases of the Lung and Windpipe.
Art. XII. “Des amputations dans la continuité et la contiguité des membres; leurs avantages et leurs inconvéniens.
Art. XIII. A Treatise on the Diseases and Injuries of the Larynx and Trachea. Founded on the Essay to which was adjudged the Jacksonian prize for 1835.
Art. XIV. Transactions of the Statistical Society of London.
Art. XV. A Letter respecting Santa Cruz as a Winter Residence for Inxalids; addressed to Dr. John C. Warren, of Boston, Mass.
Art. XVI. A Practical Treatise on the principal Diseases of the Lungs, considered especially in relation to the particular tissues affected.
Art. XVII. A Clinical Lecture on the Primary Treatment of Injuries, delivered at the New York Hospital, Nov. 22nd, 1837.
Art. XVIII. An Experimental Essay on the relative Physiological and Medicinal Properties of Iodine and its Compounds; being the Harveian Prize Dissertation for 1837.
Art. XIX. Plates of the Cerebro Spinal Nerves, with references; for the use of Medical Students.
Art. XX. An Introductory Lecture to the course of Surgery, delivered to the Students of Washington Medical College, of Baltimore.
Art. XXI. Introductory Lecture to the course of the Institutes of Medicine, delivered in the University of Pennsylvania, November 6th, 1837.
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