ART. I.—Statistics of Fractures and Dislocations treated in the Pennsylvania Hospital, during the ten years from 1840 to 1849 inclusive
ART. II.—On Hemorrhage from the Umbilicus in New-born Infants, with an Analysis of Forty-six Cases
ART. III.—On Cell Oryanization
ART. IV.—Case of Double Uterus
ART. V.—Extracts from the Records of the Boston Society for Medical Improvement
ART. VI.—On the Efficacy of Belladonna as a Remedy in Pertussis
ART. VII.—A very large Mescnteric Tumour, simulating Ocarian Disease, successfully extirpated
ART. VIII.—A Case of Leucocythemia
ART. IX.—Blindness in one Eye attended with Atrophy of the Optic Nerve and Optic Lobe
ART. X.—Cases of Cerebral Disease
ART. XI.—Urinary Deposit of Epithelial Nuclci
ART. XII.—Crystals of Haematoidin in the bloody fluid from a Tumour
ART. XIII.—On Inoculation and Vaccination
ART. XIV.—Case of Hermaphrodism, involving the Operation of Castration and illustrating a new principle in Juridical Medicine
ART. XV.—Case of Ischuria Renalis
ART. XVI.—On the Anemia of Pregnant Females
ART. XVII.—On Neuralgia of the Scalp
ART. XVIII.—Treatment of Acute Rheumatism with Lemon-Juice
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