Art. I.—Osteo-Sarcoma of Lower Jaw—Amputation—Cure.
Art. II.—On Cimicifuga and Iodine in Phthisis Pulmonalis.
Art. III.—On Typhoid Pneumonia, as it occurs in the neighbourhood of Columbia, S. C.
Art. IV.—On the use of the unripe fruit of the Diospyros Virginiana, as a Therapeutic Agent.
Art. V.—On Endemic Sore Mouth and Diarrhæa peculiar to Nursing Women.
Art. VI.—On the Treatment of Deformities, following unsuccessfully treated Fractures.
Art. VII.—Two cases of Black Vomit, with Observations.
Art. VIII.—Paralysis of the Face, successfully treated with Strychnine.
Art. IX.—Remarks on the propriety and best manner of breaking and extracting large Calculi in the lateral operation.—
Art. X.—Aneurism of the Femoral Artery, showing the importance of applying a ligature below, as well as above the Sac.
Art. XI.—Plastic Operations.
Art. XII.—Treatment of Hemorrhoids.
Art. XIII.—Suggestion as to the Cause of the Crepitant Rhonchus.
Art. XIV.—On Creasote in diseases of the Conjunctiva and Cornea.
Art. XV.—Chronic Enlargement of the Spleen.
Art. XVI.—Case of Gelatinous Polypus, cured with Sanguinaria Canadensis after extraction had twice failed.
Art. XVII.—Case of Spontaneous Rupture of the Spleen.
Art. XVIII.—Operation for Artificial Pupil.
Art. XIX.—Improvement on the Tourniquet,
Art. XX.—Du Traitement Moral de la Folie.
Art. XXI.—Medicinische Statistik der innerlichen Abtheilung des Catharinen-Hospitales zu Stuttgart, in seinem ersten Decennium, 1828—1838.
Art. XXII.—The History, Pathology, and treatment of Puerperal Fever and Crural Phlebitis. I. A Treatise on the Epidemic Puerperal Fever of Aberdeen.
Art. XXIII.—Specimen Medicum Inaugurale, de Morbosa Gazorum Secretione.
Art. XXIV.—Om de Sanitaire Forholde i Fængsler efter nyere Systemer.
Art. XXV.—The Eighteenth Annual Report of the Officers of the Retreat for the Insane at Hartford.
Art. XXVI.—Quarterly Summary of the Transactions of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, May, June, and July, 1842, pp. 24, 8vo.
Art. XXVII.—Third Annual Report of the Registrar-General of Births, Deaths, and Marriages in England.
Art. XXVIII.—A Treatise on the Diseases of the Heart and Great Vessels, and on the affections which may be mistaken for them. Comprising the Author's view of the Physiology of the Heart's Action and Sounds, as demonstrated by his Experiments on the Motions and Sounds in 1830, and on the Sounds in 1834-5.
Art. XXIX.—Cours de Pathologie et de Thérapeutique Générales, fait a la Faculté de Médecine de Paris,
Art. XXX.—The Principles and Practice of Modern Surgery.
Art. XXXI.—Medical Communications of the Massachusetts Medical Society.
Art. XXXII.—A Serics of Anatomical Plates; with references and physiological comments, illustrating the structure of the different parts of the Human Body.
Art. XXXIII.—A Treatise on Amaurosis and Amaurotic Affections.
Art. XXXIV.—Elements of Surgery.
Art. XXXV.—A Treatise on Strabismus, with a description of new instruments designed to improve the operation for its cure in simplicity, ease and safety, illustrated by cases.
Art. XXXVI.—A Treatise on the Diseases of the Eye.
Art. XXXVII.—Three Memoirs on the Development and Structure of the Teeth and Epithelium, read at the ninth annual meeting of the British Association for the encouragement of Science, held at Birmingham, in August 1839; with Diagrams exhibited in illustration.
Art. XXXVIII.—The Anatomist's Vade Mecum; a System of Human Anatomy.
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MEDICAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS AND PRACTICAL MEDICINE.
SURGICAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS, AND OPERATIVE SURGERY.
OPHTHALMOLOGY.
MIDWIFERY.
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