Art. I. — The Anterior Suspensory Apparatus for the Treatment of Fractures of the Lower Extremity
Art. II.—Sulphuric Ether and Chloroform as Anæsthetics, considered with reference to their relative Safety and Efficiency
Art. III.—On Perineal Section
Art. IV.—On Fever and Inflammation
Art. V.—On the Action of Potash, Soda, Lithia, Lead, Opium, and Colchicum on the Urine
Art. VI.—New Method of treating long standing Dislocations of the Scapulo-clavicular Articulation
Art. VII.—Some Account of Diphtheria as it occurred at Oakland College (Miss.), and Vicinity
Art. VIII.—Case of Transverse Fracture of the Patella, successfully treated by means of Malgaigne's Hooks
Art. IX.— Case of Rupture of the Common Duct of the Liver. Formation of a Cyst containing Bile. Death occurring on the fifty-third day. Autopsy
Art. X.—Summary of the Transactions of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
Microscopical examination of the tumour
Art. XI—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia.
Art. XI—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia.
Art. XI—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia.
Art. XI—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia.
Art. XI—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia.
Art. XI—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia.
Art. XI—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia.
Art. XI—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia.
Art. XI—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia.
Art. XI—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia.
Art. XI—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia.
Art. XII.—On “The Morbid Effects of the Retention in the Blood of the Elements of the Urinary Secretion.”
Art. XIII.—Statistical Report of the Sickness and Mortality in the Army of the United States, compiled from the Records of the Surgeon-General's Office; embracing a period of Jive years, from January, 1855, to January, 1860
Art. XIV.—Die Cellular Pathologie, in ihrer Begründung auf physiologische und pathologische Gewebelehre
Art. XV.—Un mot sur la Fièvre jaune de Lisbonne en 1857
Art. XVI.—Chemistry, in its Relations to Physiology and Medicine
Art. XVII.— A Treatise on Human Physiology; designed for the Use of Students and Practitioners of Medicine
Art. XVIII. — Medico-Chirurgical Transactions
Art. XIX. — Transactions of the Epidemiological Society of London
Art. XX.— The Composition of the Urine in Health and Disease, and under the Action of Remedies
Art. XXI. — On Diphtheria
Art. XXII.— A Handbook of Hospital Practice; or, an Introduction to the practical study of Medicine at the Bedside
Art. XXIII. Compendium of Human Histology
Art. XXIV.—Recherches sur la Substitution Graisseusse, du Rein
Art. XXV.—Anatomy of the Arteries of the Human Body, descriptive and surgical, with the Descriptive Anatomy of the Heart
XXVI.—On Gout; its History, its Causes, and its Cure
Art. XXVII.—Further Researches on the Gray Substance of the Spinal Cord
Art. XXVIII.—Etudes sur la Rage dans divers Etats de l'Europe, et particulièrement dans la haute Italie
Art. XXIX.—Cours théorique et pratique de Braidisme ou Hypnotisme, Nerveux considéré dans ses rapports avec la Psychologie, la Physiologie et la Pathologie et dans ses applications à la Médecine, à la Chirurgie, à la Physiologie Expérimentale, à la Médecine Légate et à l' Education
Art. XXX.—Lives of Eminent American Physicians and Surgeons of the Nineteenth Century
Art. XXXI.—A Catalogue of the Pathological Cabinet of the New York Hospital
Art. XXXII.—Report of the Board of Health of Philadelphia, for 1860; Sanitary and Statistical. In accordance with an Act of Legislature, approved March 8th, 1860, for the Registration of Births, Marriages, and Deaths
Art. XXXIII. Theory and Practice of the Movement-Cure
1. On Pulmonary Osmosis, or Researches on the Absorption and Exhalation of the Respiratory Organs
2. Experiments on some of the various Circumstances influencing Cutaneous Absorption
3. Excretion of Kreatinin and Kreatin through the Urine
4. On Indian Hemp, particularly in relation to its property of producing Sleep
5. Oil of Turpentine as an Anœsthetic
6. On the Therapeutical Employment of the Double Iodide of Iron and Quinine
7. Kukui or Kekune Oil
8. Glycerine
9. Honey and Glycerine in Surgery
10. New Method of employing Coal Tar for Medicinal and Hygienic Purposes
11. Solution of Gutta-percha in Chloroform
12. Purifying and Scenting Cod-Liver Oil and Castor Oil
13. Restoration of Suspended Animation in Persons apparently drowned
14. Palliative Treatment of Asthma
15. Sore Throat
16. Perchloride of Iron in Diphtheria
17. Severe Primitive Gangrenous Angina successfully treated by Perchloride of Iron
18. Alcohol as an Abortive Agent in Intermittent Fevers
19. Topical Febrifuge
20. Apiol in Amenorrhoea and Dysmenorrhoea
21. Analysis of fifty-two Cases of Epilepsy
22. Embolia and Thrombosis
23. Remarkable Case of Hydrophobia
24. On the Causes of True Leprosy
25. Hypochondriacal Insanity as a Precursor of General Paralysis
26. Perversion of the Mental and Bodily Faculties as Premonitory Symptoms of General Paralysis
27. On the Communication of Syphilis by Vaccination
28. Contributions to the Subject of Compound Fracture; being an Analysis of Cases
29. Complicated Fracture of the Leg, followed by the Formation of a False Articulation; Cure effected by the use of a Seton
30. Digital Compression in Aneurism
31. Arrest of Venous Hemorrhage
32. Ovariotomy in London Hospitals
33. Ovariotomy in Canada
34. Extirpation of the entire Parotid
35. Removal of Inferior Maxilla for Osteo-Sarcoma
36. Injuries requiring Amputation
37. Tracheotomy in Group
38. Suppression of Suppuration, and the absolute Disinfection of Wounds by the Permanent Application to their Surface of a Sponge soaked in a Chlorinated Solution
39. Treatment of Blennorrhagia by Injections of Subnitrate of Bismuth
40. Operations for the Relief of Glaucoma, & c.
41. Iridectomy and Glaucoma
42. New Methods of Curing Cataract
43. Artificial Cornea
44. Proptosis, with Goitre, Palpitation, & c
45. The Value of Anœsthetic Aid in Midwifery
46. The Placenta and Membranes in Twin Pregnancies
47. Fatal Twisting of the Funis
48. Treatment of Nausea and Vomiting in Uterine Inflammation and in Diseases of Menstruation
49. Puerperal Vaginitis
50. Disease of the Umbilical Vein
51. Pyæemia in an Infant
52. Death after the Injection of an Ovarian Cyst with Iodine
53. Rupture of the Uterus
54. Induction of Premature Labour
55. Epileptiform Convulsions in the third week of the Puerperal State
56. Puerperal Fever complicated with Diphtheria, in which life was saved by the Tincture of Sesquichloride of Iron
57. On the Nature of Death from the Administration of Anœsthetics, especially Chloroform and Ether, as observed in Hospitals
58. On the Use of Oxygen Gas as an Antidote in Gases of Poisoning by Chloroform and Ether
59. Rapid Delivery
Gunshot Wound in the Mouth; Secondary Hemorrhage; Ligature of Common Carotid Artery; Recovery
Strangulated Inguinal Hernia successfully treated by an Enema of Tobacco Decoction
Chloroform and Tinct. Opii in Tetanus; Recovery
Cherry Laurel Water in After-pains
Diphtheria
Nitric Acid in Intermittent Fever
Ice-Water in the Treatment of Group
Treatment of Rattlesnake Bite
Creasote as a Local Application in Diphtheria
Recurrent Sensibility of the Anterior Roots of the Spinal Nerves
Traumatic Tetanus; Inoculation with Corroval; Death
Oxalate of Cerium in the Vomiting of Pregnancy
Tracheotomy in Croup
Tracheotomy in Croup