ART. I.—Phenomena of the Capillary Circulation
ART. II.—On the Treatment of Scarlatina by the Dilulted Acetic Acid
ART. III.—Cases of Partio-General Paralysis, or the Paralysis of the Insane
ART. IV.—Reports of Cases treated in the Pennsylvania Hospital
ART. V.—Statistics of Obstelrical Cases
ART. VI.—Chlorate of Potash in Menvrial Stomatitis
ART. VII.—Chlorate of Potash Injections in Leucorrhaca and Ulceration of the Os Uteri
ART. VIII.—The Use of Water in the Treatment of fever
ART. IX.—Does Pregnancy accelerate or retard the Development of Tubercles of the Lungs in persons predisposed to this Disease?
ART. X.—Statistical Report on the Sicknes and Mortality in the Army of the Uited States, compiled from the Records in the Surgeon-General's Office; embracing a period of Sixteen Years from 1839 to 1855
ART. XI.—Traité Thérapeutique du Ouinquina et de ses Préparations. Par
ART. XII.—Traité de Chimic Anatonique et Physiologique, Normale et Pathologoique, on des Principes Immediats Normans et Morbiles quicomstituentle Corps de
ART. XIII.—A Claim of Priority on the Discovery of and also the Naming of the Excito-Secrelory System of Nerves
ART. XVI.—Clinical Lectures on Certain Diseases of the Urinary Organs, and on Dropsies
ART. XVII.—On the Diseases of Women, inclunding those of Pregnancy and Child-bed
ART.XVIII.—Manual of Physiology
ART. XIX.—A Manual of the Delection of Poisons by Medico-Chemical Analysis
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