THOUGHTS ON THE FUTURE OF THORACIC SURGERY IN AMERICA
THE RELATION OF IMMUNITY TO THE EXPERIMENTAL PRODUCTION OF ABSCESS OF THE LUNG
THE TREATMENT OF PULMONARY SUPPURATION
MECHANICAL PRINCIPLES OF THE OPERATIVE TREATMENT OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS
OPERATIONS AS AIDS IN THE TREATMENT OF PLEUROPULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS
THE TREATMENT OF SUCH CASES OF CHRONIC SUPPURATIVE BRONCHIECTASIS AS ARE LIMITED TO ONE LOBE OF THE LUNG
SOME SURGICAL PROBLEMS ATTENDING THE OPERATION OF EXTRAPLEURAL THORACOPLASTY
FURTHER EXPERIENCES WITH INTRA-THORACIC TUMORS
THE THORACO-PERITONEAL OPERATION FOR HERNIA OF THE DIAPHRAGM
THE CHANGING STATUS OF ANÆSTHETICS
THE PRESENT STATUS OF ANOCIATION
ETHYLENE AS AN ANÆSTHETIC FOR GENERAL SURGERY
BLOOD CHANGES UNDER ETHYLENE ANÆSTHESIA
ANÆSTHESIA IN GENITO-URINARY OPERATIONS
THE ANÆSTHETIC PREFERENCES OF AMERICAN SURGEONS
OBSERVATIONS ON THE EFFECT OF GLYCOSURIA IN SURGERY
RESULTS OF THE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF CARCINOMA OF THE STOMACH
BENIGN STRICTURE OF THE BILE DUCTS
FRACTURES OF THE EXTERNAL CONDYLE OF THE HUMERUS WITH ROTATION
FRACTURE OF THE FIFTH METATARSAL BONE