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Art. I.—Operation for Fissure of the Soft and Hard Palate, with the result of Twenty-four Cases.
Art. II.—The Result of Cases of Pneumonia treated chiefly by Tartar Emetic (Antimonii et Potassæ Tartras).
Art. III.—Vaginal Hysterotomy, and subsequent delivery with Forceps, with safety to both Mother and Child.
Art. IV.—A Case of Traumatic Trismus successfully treated.
Art. V.—Case of Gunshot Wound of the Neck, involving the Trachea, Œsophagus, the Right Internal Jugular Vein, and the Right Subclavian Artery, and terminating fatally on the fourteenth day, in consequence of the formation of an Abscess in front of the Spine.
Art. VI.—Ligature of both Primitive Carotids.
Art. VII.—Statistics of Large Surgical Operations.
Art. VIII.—Midwifery Statistics from Private Practice.
Art. IX.—Extirpation of a peculiar form of Uterine Tumour, simulating Ovarian Disease, by the large Peritoneal Section, followed by an unsuccessful result.
Art. X.—Case of Cancer of the Stomach.
Art. XI.—Case of Melanosis.
Art. XII.—A Statistical Inquiry into the Causes, Symptoms, Pathology, and Treatment of Rupture of the Uterus.
Art. XIII.—First and Second Reports of the Commissioners for Inquiring into the State of Large Towns and Populous Districts.
Art. XIV.—A Treatise on the Structure, Diseases, and Injuries of the Blood-vessels, with Statistical Deductions; being the Essay to which the Jacksonian Prize, for the year 1844, was awarded by the Royal College of Surgeons of England. With numerous additions.
Art. XV.—Elements of General Pathology.
Art. XVI.—Females and their Diseases; a series of Letters to his Class.
Art. XVII.—Etherization; with Surgical Remarks.
Art. XVIII.—Report of the Board of Trustees of the Massachusetts General Hospital,
Art. XIX.—A Descriptive Catalogue of the Anatomical Museum of the Boston Society for Medical Improvement.
Art. XX.—Elements of the Principles and Practice of Midwifery.
Art. XXI.—On the Theory and Practice of Midwifery.
Art. XXII.—Researches on the Chemistry of Food.
Art. XXIII.—On the Causes and Treatment of Abortion and Sterility
Art. XXIV.—On Poisons in relation to Medical Jurisprudence and Medicine.
Art. XXV.—Bericht des Gesundheitsrathes an die hohe Regierung des Kantons Zürich des Medicinalwesen des Kantons im Jahr.
Art. XXVI.—Ueber Aether-Rausch (Phrenopathia œtherea), mit besonderer Rücksicht auf die jüngsten Erfahrungen in England und Frankreich, von
Art. XXVII.—A Practical Treatise on the Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment of Spermatorrhœa.
Art. XXVIII.—Medico-Botanical Catalogue of the Plants and Ferns of St. Johns, Berkly, South Carolina. An Inaugural Thesis submitted to the Dean and Faculty of the Medical College of the State of South Carolina, for the Degree of M. D.
Art. XXIX.—Principles of Physics and Meterology.
Art. XXX.—The Natural History and Diseases of the Human Teath.
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY.
MATERIA MEDICA AND PHARMACY.
MEDICAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS AND PRACTICAL MEDICINE.
SURGICAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS AND OPERATIVE SURGERY.
OPHTHALMOLOGY.
MIDWIFERY.
AN ÆSTHETIC AGENTS.
MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE AND TOXICOLOGY.
HYGIENE.
ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.
DOMESTIC SUMMARY.