Art. I.–On Injuries of the Head
ART. II.–Gunshot Fracture of Superior Maxilla, and Wound of Internal Maxillary Artery–Ligature of the Common Carotid Artery –Paralysis with Convulsions of opposite Side, after 35 days–Death after 41 days–Abscesses of the Brain
ART. III.–Successful Ligation of External Iliac Artery for Traumatic A neurism of the Femoral; with a Statistical Table, showing the results of the operation of tying the External Iliac Artery.
Art. IV Aneurismal Tumour of the Orbit–Recovery.
Art. V.–Successful Case of Double Ovariotomy–One hundred and thirty-five Injections made into the Peritoneal Cavity during seventy-eight days.
Art . VI.– Cancer of the Stomach.
ART. VII.–Surgical Cases.
ART. VIII.–Poisoning by Strychnia
Art. IX.–Beport of a Trial for Malpractice in the Court of Common Pleas of Perry County, pennsylvania
ART X.–Description of a Syringe for Washing the Auditory Canal
ART. XI–Summary of the Transactions of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. 1863. June 3. On Heart Disease in the Army
Aug. 5th. Beport of several Cases of Stone
Oct. 7th, On the resemblance of “ Spotted Fever ” to certain European Epidemics
1864. Feb. 3d. Ossification of Crystalline Lens
Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis
Pirogoff's Amputation
Spotted Fever
Case of Gerebro-Spinal Meningitis, sometimes called “ Spotted Fever.”
1864, April 6. Cases of Spotted Fever
Spotted Fever
ART. XII.– The Principles and Practice of Obstetrics; Illustrated with One Hundred and Fifty-Nine Lithographic Figures from Original Photographs, and with Numerous Woodcuts
ART. XIII.–Outlines of the Chief Camp Diseases of the United States Armies as observed during the present War. A Practical Contribution to Military Medicine
ART. XIV.–Handbuch der praktischen Medicin
ART. XV.–The Transactions of the American Medical Association. Instituted 1847. Vol. XIV. Philadelphia
Art. XVI. Reports of American Hospitals for the Insane
ART. XVII.– The Gray Substance cf the Medulla Oblongata and Trapezium.
ART. XVIII.–A Treatise on Human Physiology; designed for the Use of Students and Practitioners of Medicine
ART. XIX.–The Pathology and Treatment of Venereal Diseases
ART. XX.–A Treatise on the Chronic Inflammation and Displacements of the Um'mpregnated Uterus
Art. XXI.–Report of the Board of Health of the City and Port of Philadelphia to the Mayor, for the year 1863. 8vo. pp. 56
ART. XXII.On Rheumatism, Rheumatic Oout, and Sciatica, their Pathology, Symptoms, and Treatment.
ART. XXIII.–Handbook of Uterine Therapeutics
1. Assimilation of Isomorphous Substances
2. Physiological Researches on the Motor Nerves of the Bladder
3. New Researches on the Functional Nature of the Roots of the Pneumo-gastric Nerve and of the Spinal Nerve
4. Physiology of the Cerebellum
5. Action of Bromide of Potassium, in inducing Sleep
6. Action of Digitaline on the Urine
7. An Ounce of Quinine Administered by Mistake
8. Means of Prolonging Anesthesia
9. Citrate of Magnesia
10. Syrup of Iron and Cinchona
11. New Alkaloid from the Calabar Bean
12. Treatment of Asthma by the Iodide of Potassium
13. Diagnosis of Embolism
14. Spontaneous Thrombosis of the Left Femoral and Saphena Vein
15. Rubeola Notha–an Anomalous Exanthem
16. Trichina Epidemic at Leipzig
17. Changes in the Kidneys from Lead Poisoning
18. Fatty Degeneration of the Active Elements of the Liver, the Kidneys, and the Muscles of Animal Life, in Poisoning by Phosphorus
19. New Operation for Obtaining Union of an Ununited Fracture, with Remarks on its Application in Certain Cases of Recent Fracture
20. New Method of Operating for Strangulated Hernia
21. Opening of the Colon in the Left Lumbar Region for Intestinal Obstruction
22. A New Method of Procuring the Consolidation of Fibrin in certain incurable Aneurisms
23. Two Cases of Stone in the Bladder of the Female Treated by Rapid Urethral Dilatation, with Remarks on the Operation
24. Fibrous Tumours of the Uterus Treated by Surgical Means
25. Traumatic Tetanus treated by Nicotine
26. Utility of Aloes in the Treatment of Wounds—Formula of an Aloetic Tincture for external use
27. External Use of the Biniodide of Mercury in Chronic Glandular and other Tumours
28. Regeneration of Bone
29. Absorption of Dead Bone
30. Epidemic of Hospital Gangrene, at St. George's Hospital
31. Syphilitic Lesions of Internal Viscera
32. Esophagism
33. Enormous Distension of the Bladder
34. Causes of Death after the Operation of Lithotomy.
35. Sympathetic Ophthalmia successfully Treated by Iridectomy.
36. Atropized and Calabarized Gelatine
37. Calabar Bean in Ocular Therapeutics
38. Puncture of the Cornea for the Relief of Tension
39. Induction of Premature Labour
40. Complicated Case of Labour–Prolapsus of the Funis
41. Placenta Prcevia; Detachment of the Placenta before the Birth of the Child; Arrest of the Hemorrhage; Child Born Alive
42. Spontaneous Evolution
43. Sudden Death after Labour
44. Embolism, following Syncope from Post-partum Hemorrhage
45. Fatal Hemorrhage after Delivery caused hy the Pressure of a Placental Uterine Polypus
46. Double Vagina
47. Double Uterus and Vagina
48. Hypodermic Treatment of Uterine Pain
49. Statistics of Queen Charlotte's Lying-in Hospital
50. On the Prevention of the Poisonous Effects of Anaesthetic Agents
51. The La Pommerais Case
Case in. which a Fragment of a Shell Encrusted with Calculous Hatter, was Extracted from the Bladder by Lithotomy
Aveurism of the Ulnar Artery cured by Compression
Case of Spotted Fever
Case of Lumbricoides
Ligation of Primitive and External Carotids for Gunshot Wounds of Face; Recovery.
Persulphate of Iron in Hemorrhoids
Active Constituents of Ergot of Rye
The Formation of Crystals of Phosphate of Lime and Magnesia, vpon the Intestinal Mucous Membrane
Influence of Ozone and some Chemical Agents on Germination and Vegetation
Trichinous Disease
Threatened Abortion Treated by Chloroform