Art. I.—On Irritable Heart; a Clinical Study of a Form of Functional Cardiac Disorder and its Consequences
Art. II.—A Critical Inquiry into the Management of the Perineum during Labour
Art. III.— Three Cases of Bronchocele successfully removed
Art. IV.—Morbid Growths connected with the Nervous System
Art. V.—Pigment Induration of the Lungs
Art. VI.—Successful Seduction of Prolapsed Funis, by the Postural Method
Art. VII.—Contributions to the Clinical History of Hyperæsthesia
Art. VIII.—Ostracism for Consumption
Art. IX.—Case of Fibrous Stricture of the Rectum relieved by Incisions and Elastic Pressure; with Remarks
Art. X.—On Immunity from the Action of Morbific Agents
Art. XI.—Contribution to the Knowledge of the Physiological Action of Atropia. No. 1. Its influence on Pigeons
Art. XII.—The Antagonism of Poisons. 1. Antagonism of Morphia and Hydrocyanic Acid
Art. XIII.—Traumatic Paralysis of the Visual Accommodation
Art. XIV.—Memorandum of a Case of Re-amputation at the Hip, with Remarks on the Operation
Art. XV.—Acute Atrophy of the Liver
Art. XVI.—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia
Cystic Sarcoma of Breast
Extensive Ulcerative Disease of the Large Intestine
Post-mortem four hours after death
Encephaloid of the Testicle
Sept. 8. Tumour of the Eight Ovary
October 14. Fibrous Tumours
Severe Compound Fracture of Arm from a Slight Fall; Amputation; Recovery
Oct. 27. Tumour of the Head of the Pancreas
Nov. 10. Tumour of the Lower Jaw
Syphilitic Disease of Testicle
Cirrkosis and Complete Atrophy of Vesicular Structure of the Left Lung; Cheesy Deposit, with Miliary Tubercle throughout the Right Lung
Art. XVII.—Traité Clinique et Pratique des Maladies Puerperales suites des Couches
Art. XVIII.—Histology
Art. XIX.—A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Obstetrics
Art. XX.—Hand-book of Medical Microscopy
Art. XXI.—Microscopical Anatomy of the Human Liver
Art. XXII.—A Report on the Microscopic Objects found in Cholera Evacuations
Art. XXIII—Germ Theory of Disease
Art. XXIV.—The Pathology and Treatment of Venereal Diseases
Art. XXV.—St. Andrews Medical Graduates' Association Transactions, 1869
Art. XXVI.—Naval Hygiene
Art. XXVII.—Twelfth Report of the Medical Officer of the Privy Council
Art. XXVIII.—Transactions of State Medical Societies
Art. XXIX.—Aiken; or, Climatic Cure
Art. XXX.—Peripheric Linear Operations for Cataract
Art. XXXI.—Pathological Psychology
Art. XXXII.—The Raising and Education of Abandoned Children in Europe; with Statistic and General Remarks on the Subject
Art. XXXIII.—Annual Report of the Surgeon-General, United States Army
1. On the Internal Architecture of the Bones and its Significance as to the Question of the Growth of Bones
2. Influence of Diet on the Composition of Bone
3. Muscular Fibres of the Diaphragm in the Foetus and Newborn Infant
4. Some Principles in Respiratory Mechanics
5. Experiments on Digestion
6. Physiology of the Pancreatic Secretion
7. Locality of the Sense of Taste
8. On the Origin and Increase of Bacteria
9. Action of the Alkalies on the Organism
10. On General Anœsthesia and Anœsthetics
11. Influence of Digitalis on Nutrition
12. Physiological Properties of Momordica Elaterium
13. Action of Gelsemium Sempervirens
14. Clinical Observations on the Bromides
15. Saponified Cod-liver Oil in Phthisis
16. Styptic Wool
17. On Local Inflammation in Certain Defined Conditions as Causes of Pulmonary Phthisis
18. Treatment of Catarrhal Pneumonia of Infants at the Breast by Carbonate of Ammonia
19. Acute Pulmonary Tuberculosis
20. The Local Application of Carbolic Acid in the Treatment of Phthisis Pulmonalis and Diphtheria
21. Tubercular Deposit in the Cerebellum
22. Tubercle of the Spinal Cord
23. Tubercles in the Peritoneum
24. Pathology of Angina Pectoris
25. Intermittent Fever latent for several Months
26. Vaccinia and Varioloid at Eleven Days' Interval
27. Hemiplegia from Cerebral Hemorrhage in Cases where there is Valvular Disease of the Heart
28. Differences in Nervous Symptoms from Differences in the Pathological Nature of Lesions
29. Acute Atrophy of the Liver and Phosphorus Poisoning
30. Injury of the Liver resulting in Abscess
31. Parenchymatous Nephritis in Early Childhood
32. Addison'S Disease and Sclerodermia
33. Partial Atrophy of the Face
34. Progressive Osteomalacia
35. Digitalis in Delirium Tremens
36. Treatment of Scarlet Fever and the Consequent Dropsy by Baths
37. Chlorate of Quinia in Pertussis
38. Spontaneous Cure of Croupal Bronchitis
39. Therapeutic Value of some Salts of Potash in reducing or modifying the Amount of Uric Acid in Renal Calculus and Allied Urinary Disorders
40. Belladonna in arresting Nocturnal Incontinence of Urine
41. Incontinence cured by Chloral Hydrate
42. Propagation of Typhoid Fever by Milk
43. Propagation of Scarlet Fever by Milk
44. Epidemic of Chorea Minor
45. Clonic Spasm of the Muscles of the Eustachian Tube
46. Erysipelas
47. Tetanus
48. Strangulated Hernia Reduced by Application of Cold Water
49. Rapid Cure of Buboes
50. Treatment of Inflamed Testicle by Puncture
51. Treatment of Strictures by Horsehair Bougies
52. Torsion of Arteries as a Hœmostatic Method
53. Perineal Lithotrity
54. Fracture of Anterior Spinous Process of Ilium by Muscular Contraction
55. Skin-grafting
56. New Instrument for Securing the Pedicle in the Operation of Ovariotomy
57. Ovariotomy in a Girl aged Twelve
58. Solvents for Ear Wax
59. Does Disease of the Cerebellum lead to Loss of Sight?
60. Parenchymatous Keratitis associated with Acute Rheumatism
61. Application of Pressure to the Uterus in Cases of Lingering Labour
62. Quadruplets
63. Rupture of Uterus—Gastrotomy
64. Inversion of the Uterus
65. Treatment of Puerperal Convulsions by Chloroform and Barnes's Dilators
66. Puerperal Fever
67. Cœsarean Operation performed four times in the Subject
68. Diet of Parturient Women
69. Functional Hemiplegia in Child-bearing Women
70. Connection between Inflammatory Conditions of the Uterus and its Displacements
71. Toxicological Observations on Frogs deprived of Blood
72. Poisoning by Carbolic Acid
73. Essence of Turpentine as an Antidote to Poisoning by Phosphorus
A Case of Strangulated Hernia of the Tunica Vaginalis of rare Variety; Operation; Gangrene; Death
A Case of Asymmetry of the Two Halves of the Body
Bromide of Potassium to prevent the Nausea following the Use of Opium
Quinia in Croup
Dislocation of the Femur on the Dorsum Ilii of five and a half Months' Standing reduced by Manipulation
Intra-Uterine Medicator and Sponge-Tent Carrier
Intra-Uterine Injections
Extract of Belladonna in Cholera Morbus
Amputation at the Knee-Joint
Excision of Os Calcis
Failure of Vision, from Disease of the Retina, as a Symptom of Bright's Disease
Syphilis of the Nervous System
Simultaneous Intra and Extra-Uterine Pregnancy
Case of Extra and Intra-Uterine Fœtation occurring conjointly; with Operation therefor, resulting in the Death of the Mother, and the Saving of Two Living Children
Influence of Excessive and Prolonged Muscular Exercise upon the Elimination of Effete Matters by the Kidneys
Destruction of Tendo Achillis without much Lameness Resulting
Breech-Pin of a Shot-gun blown four and a half inches into the Brain; Recovery