ART. I Researches into the Comparative Structure of the Liver
ART. II. Of The Relative Proportions of the different Organic and Inorganic Elements of the Blood, in different Diseases
ART. III.—Report on Scorbutus, as it appeared on board the United Stales Squadron, Blockading the Ports in the Gulf of Mexico, in the Summer, of 18–16
ART. IV.—Case of Phosphatic Deposits, terminating in Deposition of Lithic Acid and Lithate of Ammonia
ART. V.—On the Influence of Isomorphism in determining the Reactions that take place between Inorganic Compounds, and the Elements of Living Beings
ART. VI.—An Analysis of the Cases of Delirium Tremens, admitted into the Bloomingdale Asylum for the Insane, from June 16th, 1821, to December 31st, 1844
ART. VII.—Pseudarthrosis in both Bones of the Leg, resulting from absorption of Callus, treated unsuccessfully by Excision and Caustic, and again by Resection
ART. VIII.—Compound Dislocation of the Ankle-Joint
ART. IX.—Successful Treatment of a case of Traumatic Tetanus, which the Vapour of Sulphuric Ether was employed
ART. X.—Fracture of the Thigh successfully Treated
ART. XI.—A Statistical Inquiry into the Causes, Symptoms, Pathology, and Treatment of Rupture of the Uterus
ART. XII.—A System of Surgery
ART. XIII.—Lectures on the Physical Phenomena of Living Beings
ART. XIV.—The History, Diagnosis, and Treatment of the Fevers of the United States
ART. XV.—The Human Brain; its Structure, Physiology and Diseases, with a Description of the Typical Forms of Brain in the Animal Kingdom
ART. XVI.—Practical Physiology for the Use of Schools and Families
ART. XVII.—On the Pathology and Treatment of Dysentery; being the Gulstonian Lectures delivered at the College of Physicians, in February, 1847
ART. XVIII.—Cholera, Dysentery, and Fever, Pathologically and Practically Considered; or the Nature, Causes, Connection, and Treatment of these Diseases, in all their Forms
ART. XIX.—The Practice of Medicine
ART. XX.—Trads on Generation, Translated from The Gorman
ART. XXI.—Obstetric Tables
ART. XXII.—Principles of Human Physiology, with their Chief Applications to Pathology, Hygiene, and Forensic Medicine
ART. XXIV.—The American Medical Almanac for 1848
ART. XXV.—Summary of the Transactions of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. From June to November, 1817, inclusive
1. On the Principle of Vital Affinity, as illustrated by recent Observations in Organic Chemistry
2. On the Nature of Tetanus caused by Strychnine
3. On the Nerves of The Sheaths of the Roots of Spinal Nerves
4. On the Pitch (Timbre) of the Human Voice
5. Intermittent Pulse coincident with Health
6. Vulvo-Vaginal Gland
7. Variations in the Quantity of Fat in the Human Lungs
8. Congenital Deficiency of the Gall-Bladder
9. On the frcquent occurrence of Alkaline Urine in Health, and the Errors of Diagnosis occasional by a want of knowledge of this fact
10. Oxalic Diathesis
11. Composition of the Blood in New-Horn Animals
12. On the Condition of the Urine in a Case of Urticaria
13. Nature of the Facal Evacuations in Cholera
14. Analysis of the Blood of Five Patients affected with Scurvy. (Archives Générales, July, 1847.)
15. On Alkaline Medicines
16. On Alum Gargles
17. Astringent Collyria
18. On the Phosphate of Ammonia, and its value in the Treatment of Gout and Rheumatism
19. Croup cured by Cauterizing the Larynx with a Solution of the Nitrate of Silver
20. On the Morbid Anatomy and Pathology of the Typhus Fever which has been prevalent in Edinburgh during the session 1846–7
21. On a New and Successful mode of Treating Fever
22. Contributions to the Pathological Anatomy of the Intestinal Mucous Membrane in the Infant at the Breast
23. On a new form of Serous Inflammation
24. Atrophy of one Lung, with Cicatrized Tubercular Cavities
25. Observations on Hysteria
26. Scrofula.—(Prov. Mad and Surg. Journ., April 7.)—“Scrofula,”
27. Scat and Nature of Tubercles in the Lungs
28. Abscesses of the Liver opening into the Bronchi
29. Thymic Asthma
30. Thymic Asthma
31. Post-Pharyngeal Abscess
32. Obliteration of a considerable portion of the Vena Cava inferior of some years' standing
33. Skoda's Treatment of Pneumonia
34. On the Recent Differences of Opinion as to the cause of Scurvy
35. Scorbntus as observed in the Salpélriére in 1817; and on the Composition of the Blood in this Disease
36. On Scurvy
37. On the Sedative Effects of Astringent Substances
38. On the Use of Nitrate of Silver in the Cure of Erysipelas
39. Axillary Aneurism—Ligature of Subdnvian Artery—cure
40. Ligature of the Common Itiac Artery for Inguinal Aneurism
41. Wound of the Internal Carotid Artery, and Division of the Par Vagum, in which the common Carotid Artery was tied
42. Singular Case of Dissecting Aneurism
43. Dislocation of the Pelvis
44. Cauterization of Vesco-Vaginal Fistula with Creasote
45. Fatal Cases of Telanus with Dissections
46. Case of Enlargement of the Labial Glands
47. New Process for Removal of Toe Nail
48. On Abscess of the Female Breast
49 Indurated Chancre of the Neck of the Uterus
50. Induction of Mercurial Salivation previous to operations for Cataract
51. Syphilitic Ophthalmitis
52. New Mode of Curing Ectropion
53. Malignant Disease of the Eyeball
54. On the Primary cause of Puerperal Fever
55. Puerperal Convulsions connected with Inflammation of the Kidney
56. Puerperal Neuritis in the Lower Extremities
57. Internal Hemorrhage during Pregnancy
58. Large Fibrous Tumours of the Uterus complicating Pregnancy and Parturition
59. What Practice should be followed in cases of large Fibrous Tumours complicating Pregnancy
60. Treatment of Fibrous Tumours in the Unimprcgnated Uterus
61. Abdominal Tumour Simulating Pregnancy
62. Use of Auscultation in the Treatment of Labours.—The Dublin Quarterly Journ
63. Spontaneous Rupture of the Uterus from thinness of the Parities
64. A new method of bringing; on Premature Delivery
65. Account of a new Anasthetic Agent, as a Substitute for Sulphuric Ether in Surgery and Midwifery
66. [In a paper published in the Monthly Journ. of Med Sci., for December, Prof. SIMPSON
67. The New Lcthcon Agent
68. Operations performed at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, upon Patients rendered insensible to Pain, by the Inhalation of Chloroform
69. Chloroform in Midwifery Practice
70. Chloroform in severe Child birth
71. Chloroform in Instrumental Labour
72. Chloroform in Medical Practice.-
73. Ether in Surgical Operations
74. Remarks on the Inhalation of Ether in One Hundred and Six Cases
75. Ether in Dislocation
76. Ether in Traumatic Tetanus
77. Ether in Hydrophobia
78. Injurious' Effects of Ether
79. Hurtful Effect of Etherization in an Operation upon a Gunshot Wound
81. Ether Inhalation.—The able editor of the Monthly Journal of Mad. Sci., in his Number for December last, observes
82. Infanticide in China
83. Opium Smoking
84. A Case of Poisoning by Vinegar
85. A New Method of distinguishing between Arsenical and Antimonial Spots
86. Poisoning by Strychnine
87. Joanna Southcott
88. Latest Case of Supposed Spontaneous Combustion
89. Test for Arsenates
90. Œnanthe Croatia
91. Malformation of the Female Organs a ground of Divorce
92. Egypt as a Winter Residence for Invalids.—(Monthly Journ. Med. Sci., Nov. 1847.)
93. Influence of Seasons on Health
94. Epidemic Cholera
A remarkable Case of Pervious Urachus in an Adult. Reported to the Medical Society of Va
Treatment of Chronic Lippitudo
Vaginal Hysterotomy
Foreign Bodies in the Air-passages
Application of the Nitrate of Silver to the Larynx in Croup
Chloride of Gold in Granular Lids
Rigidity of the Os Uteri treated by Injections of Belladonna
Ether Inhalation in Intermittent Fever.—It is stated, in the Illinois and Indiana Afed
Statistics of the Medical College of the United States