CONTRIBUTORS TO VOL. VI
AUTHORS OF WHOSE CONTRIBUTIONS TO RECENT SURGICAL LITERATURE, ABSTRACTS ARE PRESENTEDt
INDEX
ON THYROIDECTOMY : REMARKS ON THE OPERATION, WITH A REPORT OF FOUR SUCCESSFUL CASES
PERINEAL URETHROTOMY : REPORT OF NINE CASES OF PERINEAL SECTION OF THE URETHRA WITHOUT A GUIDE
ON CESOPHAGOTOMY : REMARKS ON THE OPERATION, WITH REPORT OF A CASE
ABNORMAL FRANGIBILITY AND DELAYED AND NON-UNION OF FRACTURES OF THE LONG BONES IN PERSONS SUFFERING FROM GENERAL PARESIS OF THE INSANE
REPORT OF FOUR MONTHS' OPERATIVE WORK AT THE NEW YORK HOSPITAL
LAPAROTOMY FOR PERFORATING PISTOL-SHOT WOUND OF THE ABDOMEN—RECOVERY
THE OPERATIVE RESULTS IN CASES OF TUBERCULOUS DISEASE OF THE WRISTS AND OF THE TESTICLES
PATHOLOGICAL DISLOCATIONS—THEIR ETIOLOGY
I. Bacteriology in Its Relations to Surgery
II. The Etiology of Tetanus
I. Case of Stretching Combined with Resection of the Spinal Accessory in the Treatment of Spasmodic Torticollis
II. The State of the Femoral Artery after Ligature for Popliteal Aneurism. By MR. SAVORY (London)
III. Diffused Traumatic Aneurism of the Anterior Tibial Artery of Ten Weeks' Duration; Attempted Ligature; Amputation
IV. Large Visible Pulsating Artery on the Posterior Wall of the Pharynx
V. Cirsoid Aneurism Treated by Simultaneous Ligature of both External Carotids
VI. Ligature of the Popliteal Artery in Elephantiasis of the Leg
I. Penetrating Wound of the Head; Loss of Brain Substance; Right Hemiplegia; Aphasia; Recovery
II. Case of Post-Pharyngeal Abscess
I. The Treatment of Tubercular Peritonitis by Incision
II. On the Behavior of the Gut After Separation from Its Mesentery
III. Case of Pylorus Resection
I. A Postscript to the Cases of Echinococcus
II. Sarcomatous Floating Tumor of the Knee-joint
III. The Cure of Cancer by Operation
IV. Personal Experience in the Treatment of Cancer
Cancer of Face
V The Question of Operation in Perityphlitic Abscess
I. Osteoplastic Operation after Necrosis of the Femur
II. A Case of Fracture of the Anatomical Neck of the Scapula
III. On the Treatment of Old Transverse Fracture of the Patella
IV. On Neuropathic Joint Affections
I. CASES DIAGNOSTICATED AS LOCOMOTOR ATANY
II. CASES WITH THE CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS SYRINGOMYELY
D— Wrist Joint
IV. Further Contributions to the Operative Treatment of Club-foot
I. The Mortality of Primary Laparotomy in Cases of Exxauterine Pregnancy
III. Successful Primary Laparotomy for Ruptured Tubal Pregnancy
IV. Hernia of the Right Ovary; Successful Removal of the Gland
NOTES ON PLASTIC SURGERY
LIGATION OF THE EXTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY : A SYNOPSIS OF FIVE SUCCESSFUL CASES
THREE CASES OF LIGATURE OF THE EXTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY, IN TWO OF WHICH BOTH VESSELS WERE TIED SIMULTANEOUSLY : WITH REMARKS ON THE HISTORY OF THE OPERATION
REPORT OF OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF COLOSSAL CYSTIC TUMOR OF LOWER JAW
MACCORMAC ON ABDOMINAL SECTION FOR THE TREATMENT OF INTRA-PERITONEAL INJURY
ON CONTAGION THROUGH THE USE OF ETHER INHALERS SUGGESTIONS FOR ITS PREVENTION
I. On a Revision of the Teachings Regarding Major Operations (Amputations) for Diabetic Gangrene
II. Treatment of Erysipelas by Ichthyol
III. The Influence of Chronic Bright's Disease on the Safety of Anaesthetics
IV. The Dangers of the Administration of Ether in Nephritis and in Bright's Disease
V. The Selection of Chloroform or Ether as an Anaesthetic
VI. Tannic Acid as a Surgical Dressing
VII. Coffee to Disguise the Odor of Iodoform
I. Kocher's Method of Ankle-Resection from an External Transverse Incision
II. A Rapid and Easy Method of Excision of the Hip Joint
I. Simultaneous Distal Ligature of the Right Carotid and Subclavian Arteries for Innominate Aneurism
II. Alarming Haemorrhage after Excesion of the Tonsil
III. Obstinate Haemorrhage after Amygdalotomy; Recovery after Ligature of the Common Carotid Artery and Infusion of Salt Solution
I. Removal of a Large Sarcoma, Causing Hemianopsia From the Occipital Lobe of the Brain
II. Considerations in Connection With a Fracture of Skull by Contre Coup
III. The Possibility of Successive Self-inflicted Cranial and Heart Wounds
IV. Removal of Neoplasms of Both Parotid Glands
V. Closure of the Jaws and Its Treatment
VI. Sarcoma of the Pharynx Removed by Partial Exsection and Dislocation of the Inferior Maxilla
VII. Fracture of the Fifth Cervical Vertebra with Recovery
I. On a Case of Incision and Free Drainage of the Lung for Phthisical Cavities
II. The Treatment of Empyema in Children
III. Acute Empyemia in Children
IV. Case of Old Thoracic Fistula Cured by Estlander's Operation
V. Use of Hot Water within the Peritoneal Cavity during and after Laparotomy to Prevent Shock.—Treatment of Septic Peritonitis and Intestinal Obstruction by the Use of Purgatives, etc
VI. Splenectomy for Wandering Spleen
VII. Three Cases of Splenectomy. Case I
CASE III
XI. Pistolshot Wound of the Liver, Stomach, Mesentery, Small Intestine and Kidney; Intestinal Suture and Nephrectomy; Death
XII. Enterectomy for Strangulated Hernia
XIII. Operation for Ventral Hernia
I. The Treatment of Ruptured and Divided Tendons
II. Suture of the Divided Ends of a Ruptured Quadricips Extensor Tendon with Perfect Recovery
III. Synovial Cysts in Connection with the Knee-joint; Synovial Cyst of the Wrist; Operations; Recovery
IV. Further Cases of Plastic by Fresh Pedicled Flaps from Distant Parts of the Body
I. Some Observations on Rupture of the Urinary Bladder
II. Litholapaxy in Male Children and Male Adults
III. Experience With Calculous Operations in Children
MEDIAN LITHOTOMY
VI. On the Diagnosis and Operative Treatment of Tumors of the Urinary Bladder
V. Fibroma of the Epididymis
VI. Removal of an Enormous Calculus from the Pelvis of the Kidney
VII. A Case of Nephrolithotomy During the Fifth Month of Pregnancy
VIII. Digital Exploration of the Kidneys
IX. Stab Wound of the Kidney; Recovery
I. On Tumors of the Bursae
II. On Subdiaphragmatic Cydatids and their Treatment
III. On the Treatment of Naevus by Excision
THE MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT OF UMBILICAL HERNIAE
ON THE TREATMENT OF OLD DISLOCATIONS OF THE ELBOW
A FEW PRACTICAL POINTS IN THE SELECTION AND ADMINISTRATION OF ANAESTHETICS
ON STIFFNESS AND TENDERNESS OF THE METACARPO-PHA LANGEAL JOINT OF THE GREAT TOE, AND ON “HALLUX FLEXUS.”
WITZEL ON INJURIES OF TENDONS AND THEIR TREATMENT
A NEW CLASSIFICATION OF TUMORS IN GENERAL AND OF TUMORS OF THE TESTICLE IN PARTICULAR
A.—TRUE TUMORS
I. On the Use of the Thermopile and Secondary Batteries as a Convenient Means of Producing Electricity for Medical and Surgical Batteries
II. On the Use of Clay-Modelling in Recording Surgical Cases
III. On the Administration of Carbonate of Lime as a Means of Arresting the Growth of Cancerous Tumours
IV. A Comparison of the Surgical Diseases of the White and Colored Races
V. Puncture of the Heart in Chloroform Narcosis
I. A Case of Trephining in Intra-Menngeal Haematoma with Hemiplegia. Recovery
II. Operative Relief of the Deformity Termed “Pug Nose.”
III. A Consideration of the Results in Three Hundred and Twenty-seven Cases of Tracheotomy, Performed at the Boston City Hospital from 1864 to 1887. Drs. R. W. Lovett and John C. Munro
IV. Case of Thyrotomy for Epithelioma of the Larynx
V. Case of Excision of Larynx
VI. CEsophagotomy for a Half Penny Which had Ulcerated into the Bronchus. Recovery
I. Manipulation Without Incision as Possible Treatment in Certain Cases of Stone in the Kidney
II. Removal by Abdominal Section of a Large Sarcoma of the Kidney, Which had Undergone Extensive Cystic Degeneration. Recovery from the Operation. Rapid Recurrence of the Disease
III. A Case of Nephrolithotomy
IV. Hypogastric Cystomy
V. Suprapubic Lithotomy
VI. Suprapubic Cystotomy for Purposes Other than the Extraction of Calculi
VII. Operations for Vesical Calculi
I. Dislocation of the Hip
II. A New Method of Immediate Retention in Fractures of the Tubular Bones
III. On Some Elements of Success in Excision of the Knee-joint
IV. A Method of Fixing the Bones in the Operation of Excision of the Knee-joint
IV. Transplantation of Bone for Ununited Fracture
I. On the Frequency of Malignant Growths of the Ovaries and Their Operative Treatment
II. A Case of Ovariotomy Followed by Secondary Intraperitoneal Hemorrhage; Reopening of the Abdomen; Recovery
III. Total Extirpation of the Uterus by the Vagina for Carcinoma; Recovery
IV. On the Control of Hemorrhage by Forceps in Vaginal Extirpation of the Uterus
V. Haemato-Salpingitis
VI. Gonorrhoeal Salpingitis
VII. Laparo-Elytrotomy
VIII. A Succcessful Case of Caesarean Section
IX. Extra-Uterine Pregnancy. Laparotomy. Cure
I. The Subcutaneous Injection of Calomel in the Treatment of Syphilis
II. Hysterical (?) Paralysis in Syphilitic Subjects
III. Syphilis as an Etiological Factor in Disease, Especially, in Connection with Pulmonary Lesions or Syphilitic Phthisis
REVIEWS OF BOOKS
UEBER DIE PRINCIPIEN DES ZEITGEMAESSEN KRIEGSWUND VERBANDES
DIE CHIRURGISCHE BEHANDLUNG DES KROPFES
ANTISEPTIK UND TREPANATION
THE MEDICAL ANNUAL AND PRACTITIONER'S INDEX. A work of reference for medical practitioners
THE OSTEOGENIC FACTORS IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND REPAIR OF BONE
ANEURISMS TREATED BY THE INTRODUCTION OF CATGUT, OR OF WIRE, WITH ELECTRICITY
EXSECTION OF THE KNEE-JOINT FOR TUBERCULOSIS
CASE OF RECOVERY FROM STAB-WOUND OF ABDOMEN, WITH WOUND OF COLIC ARTERY, AND LARGE, LONG CONTINUED AND FILTH INFECTED BOWEL-PROTRUSION
ETHER OR CHLOROFORM—WHICH
ON THE SUTURE OF NERVES
HEATH ON CERTAIN DISEASES OF THE JAWS
CERTAIN POINTS IN CONNECTION WITH SYPHILIS
REVIEWS OF BOOKS
L'AMPUTATION DU MEMBRE SUPERIEURE DANS LA CONTIGUITE DU TRONC, (L'AMPUTATION INTERSCAPULO-THORACIQUE)
MANUAL PRACTICO DE CIRURGIA ANTISEPTICA
DIE KRANKHEITEN DER AUSSEREN WEIBLICHEN GENITALIEN UND DIE DAMMRISSE
A REVIEW OF SOME FACTS CONNECTED WITH GUNSHOT WOUNDS OF THE ABDOMEN, AND PRACTICAL DEDUCTIONS THEREFROM
THE OSTEOGENIC FACTORS IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND REPAIR OF BONE
A CASE OF FRACTURE AND DISLOCATION OF THE ASTRAGALUS
RECENT CONTRIBUTIONS ON THE SUBJECT OF TUMORS
OLLAER ON SIMPLIFICATION OF THE POST-OPERATIVE TREATMENT OF RESECTION OF THE KNEE
I. Traumatic Injuries of the Parenchymatous Abdominal Organs
IV.—KIDNEY INJURIES
I. Surgical Diseases which Man has Acquired by Changing to the Upright Position
III. Erysipeloid and Its Etiology
IV. On the Action of Iodoform as an Antiseptic
V. On the Antitubercular Action of Iodoform
(1). VI. On the Germs Contained in Soaps and Dressing Materials
VII. Practical Value of Secondary Wound-Suture
A NEW SURGICAL OPERATION FOR THE TREATMENT OF CANCER OF THE STOMACH
UPON SOME ABNORMAL CONDITIONS WHICH MAY COMPLICATE THE OPERATION OF COLOTOMY
MALIGNANT TUMORS OF THE UPPER JAW
A CASE OF CHRONIC CEREBRAL ABSCESS (ANTEMORTEM DIAGNOSIS)
THE TREATMENT OF SCOLIOSIS BY MEANS OF MASSAGE
KOEHL ON THE CAUSES OF THE DIFFICULTIES IN DISPENSING WITH THE TUBE IN SOME CASES OF TRACHEOTOMY FOR DIPHTHERIA
I. The Role Played by the Tissues in Acute Inflammations and the Changes Observed in the Cells of the Connective Tissue
II. Micro-Organisms in the Air of Hospital Wards
I. A New Plastic Method for the Cheek
II. A New Method of Rhinoplasty for Saddle Nose
III. A Method of Removing any Desired Amount from a Goitre without Tamponade or Loss of Blood
I. Gangrene of Portion of Median Nerve Without Loss of Function in Supplied Parts
I. Traumatic Intraocular Haemorrhage. Posterior Ophthalmotomy. Recovery
II. A Case of Subluxation of the Axis with Recovery
III. Treatment of Adenoid Vegetations of the Naso-Pharvnx
IV. Lateral Pharyngotomy for Removal of Tonsillar Tumors
I. On the Operative Treatment of Pyloric Stenosis
II. To Find the Beginning of the Jejunum
III. Palliative Incision for Peritoneal Tuberculosis
IV. On Laparotomy in Tuberculosis of the Peritoneum
V Noteworthy Points in Laparotomy for Visceral Injuries
VI. Case of Recovery from Penetrating Gun-Shot Wound of the Abdomen, with Wound of Intestine, After Laparotomy and Suture of the Intestine
VII. Laparotomy in Perityphlitic Abscess with Especial Reference to Perforation of the Appendix Vermiformis
VIII. Laparotomy for Removal of a Fork Swallowed Fifteen Years Previously
IX. Laparotomy with Resection and Suture of the Intestine for Gangrenous Strangulated Hernia
X. Case of Herniotomy With Excision of Gangrenous Portion of Intestine. Recovery
XI. Case of Faecal Impaction With Complete Obstruction; Relieved by Introduction of Hand After Full Division of Anus
XII. Observations Upon the Operation of Gastrostomy
ABDOMINAL SURGERY
PRELECTIONES ANATOMISE UNIVERSALIS