On the Pathology of Epidemic Dysentery.
Cases of Amputation.
On a rarely observed, but very fatal Effect of Gastro-intestinal Revellents; especially of the Tartrate of Antimony and Potassa, and particularly in the treatment of Pneumonia.
Bernard's Recent Discoveries in Physiology.
Extracts from the Records of the Boston Society for Medical Improvement.
The Microscope, and Renal Affections; and particularly that condition of the Kidney known as Bright's disease.
Case of Molluscum developed by an Injury, and presenting, under the Microscope, the Characters of Medullary Cancer.
On Nausca and Vomiting as a Symptom of Cardiac Polypus.
Case of Stricture of the Oeophagus.
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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES.
QUARTERLY SUMMARY OF THE IMPROVEMENTS AND DISCOVERIES IN THE MEDICAL SCIENCES.
MIDWIFERY
AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE.
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