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Contributions to Pathological Histology
Account of an Epidemic Fever which Prevailed at Somers and Yorktown, Westchester County, N. Y., during the Months of February, March, April, May, and June, 1859
Amputation at the Shoulder-Joint
Vesico-Vaginal Fistula
Cases of Disordered Menstruation producing Phenomena simulating the Symptoms of Grace Diseases
Notices of the African Station
Two Cases of “Throat Deafness,” with some Observations on the same, and a New Method of Application for its Relief
Arsenic in Menorrhagia, Leucorrhœa, &c
Aneurism of the Right Carotid and Subclavian Arteries. Ligation of the Arteria Innominata
Summary of the Transactions of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia
Arsenic in Obstinate Chronic Bronchitis
Stomatorrhœa Vicarious to the Menses
Common Salt in Epistaxis
Ligature of Right Subclavian Artery for Axillary Aneurism
Chronic Inflammation and Softening of the Brain
Emphysema, with deep-seated Tubercle of the Lung
Congenital Fissure of Upper Half of Sternum
On the Effects of the Use of Alcoholic Liquors in Tubercular Disease, or in Constitutions predisposed to such Disease
On Consumption: its Nature, Symptoms, and Treatment. An Essay to which was awarded the Fothergillian Gold Medal of the Medical Society of London
On Epilepsy and Epileptiform Seizures, their Causes, Pathology, and Treatment
A Treatise on Gonorrhœa and Syphilis
Transactions of State Medical Societies
Transactions of the New York Academy of Medicine
Report of the Committee of the City Council of Charleston, upon the Epidemic Yellow Fever of 1858
Contributions to Midwifery, and Diseases of Women and Children, with a Report on the Progress of Obstetrics, and Uterine and Infantile Pathology in 1858
Observations on the History, Pathology, and Treatment of Cancerous Diseases
Disorders of the Blood
A Practical Treatise on Enteric Fever; its Diagnosis and Treatment: Being an Analysis of one hundred and thirty consecutive Cases, derived from Private Practice, and embracing a Partial History of the Disease in Virginia
A System of Surgery; Pathological, Diagnostic, Therapeutic, and Operative
The Structure of the Ultimate Air-tubes, and the Distribution of the Bloodvessels, of the Human Lung
Doctrine of Absorption
The Mode in which Sonorous Undulations are conducted from the Membrana Tympani to the Labyrinth in the Human Ear
Identity of the Meconium and Vernix Caseosa
On the Administration of Belladonna, and on certain Causes which modify its Action
On the External Use of Medicines
On the Medical Administration of Ozonized Oils
Glycerine Ointment for Itch
Pigmentum Album in some Cutaneous Maladies
Treatment of Asthma by Coffee
Diagnosis and Treatment of Hepatic Colic
Treatment of Diphtheria
Tannin in Large Doses in Albuminous Anasarca
Local Use of Perchloride of Iron in the Treatment of Membranous Angina
Peculiar Efficacy of Sulphate of Copper in Exciting Vomiting in the Treatment of Croup
Anæmia Lymphatica, a New Disease characterized by Enlargement of the Lymphatic Glands and Spleen
Defective Assimilation in Infants—its Prevention and Treatment
Traumatic Diabetes
Employment of Water in Auscultation
Idiosyncrasies
Tracheotomy in Croup
Incisions in Anthrax
Difficulties attending upon the Treatment of Strictures of the Urethra
Perineal Section for Cure of Stricture of the Urethra
Operations for Stone in Women
The Reparative Process in Human Tendons after Subcutaneous Division for the Cure of Deformities
Acute Pain of Glaucoma removed by Operation
Cancerous Ulceration close to the Inner Canthus, treated with Sulphate of Zinc Paste
Treatment of Obstinate Granular Ophthalmia by the Local Application of a Solution of Chromic Acid
Secale Cornutum in Disturbance of the Accommodation-power of the Eyes
Placenta Prævia
Placenta Prævia.—Air-Pessary used to plug and dilate the Os Uteri
Cranioclasm
Is the Usual Treatment of Post-partum Hemorrhage Correct?
Case of Labour during Typhus
Sudden Death from Occlusion of the Pulmonary Arteries seventeen days after Parturition
Cranial Blood-swellings
Epilepsy succeeding a Suppression of the Menstrual Discharge, cured by the Supervention of Dysentery and the Restoration of the Catamenia
Singular Malformation of the Genito-Urinary Organs
Ligature of the Common Iliac Artery for Aneurism—Use of Silver Ligature—Death on the twenty-sixth day from, Exhaustion by Dysentery
Inversion of the Uterus successfully reduced on the sixteenth day after the Accident
Bibron's Antidote
Veratrum Viride in Chorea and other Convulsive Diseases