Article I. On a Rare Vaso-motor Neurosis of the Extremities,1 and on the Maladies with which it may be confounded.
Article II. A Case of Spaying for Fibroid Tumour of the Womb.
Article III. On the Treatment of Uterine Fibroids with Galvanism by Profound Puncture. Illustrated by fifty cases occurring in the practice of Gilman Kimball, M.D., of Lowell, and Ephraim Cutter, M.D., of Cambridge, Mass.
Article IV. The Operation of Gastro-Hysterotomy (True Cæsarean Section) Viewed in the Light of American Experience and Success, with a Record of Cases Largely obtained by Correspondence.
Article V. Pelvic and Abdominal Abscess.
Article VI. Case of an Undescribed Form of Atrophy of the Hair of the Beard.1
Article VII. A Gunshot Wound of the Face, together with the Description of a Splint adapted for Compound Fractures of the Upper Jaw.
Article VIII. Case of Extirpation of the Scapula with a Portion of Clavicle and Entire Arm.
Article IX. Case of Excision of the Entire Scapula for Cancerous Disease. Recovery of the Patient with a Useful Arm.
Article X. Sphygmographic Experiments upon a Human Brain, exposed by an Opening in the Cranium.
Article XI. A Contribution to the Pathology of Orbital Cellulitis.
Article XII. Cases of Lesion of the Base of the Brain. I. Softening of Corpus Striatum; Hemiplegia not Developed until near the Termination. II. Tumour Invading Optic Thalamus without loss of Sensibility, but with loss of Co-ordination. Cerebellar Softening.
Article XIII. Cold Water Enemata as a Therapeutic Agent in Chronic Diarrhœa.
Article XIV. Harvey and the Transit of the Blood from the Arteries to the Veins “Per Porositates.”
Article XV. Is Consumption Contagious?
Article XVI. On the Importance of Combining Morphia with Quinia in the Treatment of Malarial Fevers.
Art. XVII.—Claude Bernard and his Physiological Works.
Art. XVIII.—Higher Medical Education.
Art. XIX.—The Retinal Red and its Relation to the Sensation of Sight.
Art. XX.—Saint Bartholomew's Hospital Reports.
Art. XXI.—Transactions of the Obstetrical Society of London.
Art. XXII.—On the Source of Muscular Power
Art. XXIII.—Albrecht von Graefe
Art. XXIV.—Lectures on Medical Jurisprudence.
Art. XXV.—Guérison de Six Aveugles-nés.
Art. XXVI.—Illustrations of Clinical Surgery.
Art. XXVII.—Atlas of Skin Diseases.
Art. XXVIII.—Injuries of the Eye, and their Medico-Legal Aspect.
Art. XXIX.—A Practical Treatise on Aural Surgery.
Art. XXX.—Insanity in Ancient and Modern Life, with Chapters on its Prevention.
Art. XXXI.—Montreal General Hospital
Art. XXXII.—Mortuary Experience of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, with Tabulated Reports, and an Analysis of the Causes of Death..
Art. XXXIII.—On the Use of Wines in Health and Disease.
Art. XXXIV.—Prescription Writing, Designed for the Use of Medical Students who have never Studied Latin.
Art. XXXV.—Annual Report of the Board of Health of the City of Pittsburgh, for the Year 1877.
Art. XXXVI.—Handbook of Ophthalmology.
Art. XXXVII.—Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of New York for the Year 1877.
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY.
MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS.
MEDICINE.
SURGERY.
OPHTHALMOLOGY AND OTOLOGY.
MID WIFERY AND GYN ÆCOLOGY.
MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE AND TOXICOLOGY.
ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.
DOMESTIC SUMMARY.