ART. I.—On the Pathology of Yellow Fever
ART. II.—Strictures on the use of the term Congestive as applied to low forms of Fever, with some general observations on the pathology of these diseases
ART. III.—Case of successful Extirpation of a Fibrous Tumour of the peritoneal surface of the Uterus by the large peritoneal section
ART IV.—On the Extraction of Foreign Bodies from the Meatus Auditorius Externus
ART. V.—Case of Gun Shot Wound of the Chest—the thick linen patch, with which the ball was enveloped, remaining in the left lung twenty years
ART. VI.—On the Inability to distinguish Colours
ART. VII. Dislocation of large joints reduced by power derived from twisted rope
ART. IX.—Foreign Body in the Trachea—Tracheotomy—Cure
ART. X.—A Treatise on the Diseases and Special Hygiène of Females
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