A CONTRIBUTION TO THE SUBJECT OF TUMORS OF THE SPINAL CORD, WITH REJIARKS UPON TEElR DIAGNOSIS AND THEIR SURGICAL TREATMENT, WITH A REPORT of SIX CASES, IN TEREE of WHICH THE TUMOR WAS BEHOVED
AGE AND SEX IN DISEASES OF THE UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT
ON NYSTAGYULCONSIDEBED IN ITS CLINICAL ASPECTS
ISVERSION OF THE VEEMIFORM APPENDIX.'
A NEW METHOD OF STUDYING CELL-MOTION
THE RADICAL TREATJIENT OF HERNIA
TUMOR OF THE CORPUS CBLLOSUM, WITH AUTOPSY
System of Surgey
Surgical Pathology Ano Therapeucs
ATLAS OF THE DISEASES OF THE SKIN
Traite Elementaible Declinique Therapeutique
Clinical Gynecology, Medical And Surgical
Dissections Illustrated
Operative Surgery
The Treatment of Typhoid Fever
TEE PREVESTIVE TBEATMENT OF FEVER
The Accidents of Serum Therapy
The Treatment of Cardiag Dilatation
Progress of Medical Science
The Treatment of Tetanus
The Treatment of Tuberculosis
The Treatment of Laryngeal Tuberculosis
The Treatment of Tuberculous Abscesses By Oil of Cloves
The Use of Guaiacol
The Abortive Treatment of Erysipelas
The Treatment of Neurasthenia
The Treatuent of Inopebable Naliqnant Tumors, Wite Tee Toxing of Eaysipelab And Bacillus Peodiqiosus
Toxic Gastritis
Rectal Alimentation
Potassium Permanganate
The Excretion of Sodium Chloride In Fevers
Tee Occrrence of Sulpeuretted Hydrogen In Diseases of The stomach
Tubebculosis of Tee Adeenals Without Bronzing
Acute Panoreatitis
Fatal Nephbtib Following Slight Skin-Wounds
Explosive Uremia Due To AbortiveRenal Congestion
The Spinal Cord In Grave Anemia
Physiological Albuminuria—So-Called
The Effect of Electrio Currents on Animal Tissue,
Experimental Malaria
Medicamentous Lipuria
Mixed Infection In Tuberculosis of The Lungs
The Localization of The Second Aortic And Pulmonary Sound
A Study Of Erysipelab Its? Curative Influence Upon Granulating Surface And Upon Sarcoxatous Growths, Etc
On Tee Curative Action of Insufflation of Air in Tubercular Peritonitis
A Rare Case of Divergent Luxation of Both Bones of Tee Forearm
On Tee Treatment of Hydronepherosis and Pyonephrosis
The Contagiousnes of Cancer
Tee Treatment of Spina Bifida
The Dignosis of Rupture of the instistute
The surgical Treatment of Cholelithiasis
The Marble-dust Sterilization of the Hands
Appendix Calculi
The Cure of Splenic Fever by Erysiplas Serum and Suggestions on the Etiological Treatment of Carcinoma and Other Malignant Neoplasme
Sterilization of Catgut by Heat
the disinfection of knives for Operations
Tracheotomy in Diphtheria
Simple Acute Thyroiditis
Exophthalmic Goitre, Aceomegaly, and Glycosubia in the same Patient
Foreign Bodies nr the Alimentary Tbact
Mercurial Stomatitis or Diphtheria
Herpes of the Larynx
Association of Epithelioma, Tuberculosis, and Syphilis
SUdden Death afteR Intubation of the Larynx
TRACHEOTOMY UNPER DIFFICULTIES
Laryngostroboscopy
INJURIES TO THE BlRTH-CANAL DURING SyMPHYSIOTOMY, AND THEIR, Avoidance
Two Cases of Tetany in PRegnant Women
INJURY TO THE STERNO-MASTOID MUSCLE OCCUBRING DURING BIRTH
RetentIon in UteRo of the Skeleton of a FCetUs foR Four Years
Local Tbeatment of Puerperal Endometritis
Mobility of the Pelvic Articulations as demonstrated by Walcheb's Position
The Practical Disinfection of the Hands
Mobility of the Pubic Joint, following Symphysiotomy, Treated BY SUTURE THROUGH THE BONES
The Local TReatment of Puerperal Sepsis
Three Cases of Congenital Elephantiasis
Two Cases of Ectopio Gestation Opeeated upon after Rupture AT THE FOURTH MONTH
Eclampsia in Mother aNd Child
Induced Labor following CESaRean Section
Thbee Cases of Renal Disease during Pregnancy
The Technique of Total Extibpation of the Uterus
The Mode of Extension of Cancer of the Uterus
Renewal of the Endometrium after Corettage
Entrance of Iodoform into the Substance of the Uterus
Alexander's Operation
The Therapeutic Value of Steam in Gynecology
Pathology of the Uterine Mucosa
The Nerve Terminations in the Ovary
Treatment of Oxyuris Vermicularis by Naphthalin
Subcutaneous Injection oF Quinine Bimubiate in Pertussis
A House-epidemic oF Purulent Meningitis
Reinfection in Soarlet Fever
The Milk-supply of New York City
A Theory oF Rhachitis
Further Favorable Testimony for the Diphtheria-antitoxin
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