Imágenes de páginas


W. H. BAKER, M. D.
C. J. BLAKE, M. D.
T. B. Curtis, M. D.
J. M. Da Costa, M. D.
H. A. DEAN, M. D.
R. T. EDES, M. D.
C. Ellis, M. D.
R. H. Fitz, M. D.
J. W. S. GOULEY, M. D.
J. O. GREEN, M. D.
D. Hunt, Jr., M. D.
J. N. HYDE, M. D.

C. M. Jones, M. D.
A. L. Loomis, M. D.
A. L. Mason, M. D.
G. A. Otis, M. D.
W. H. Rollins, M. D.
J. C. WHITE, M. D.
H. W. Williams, M. D.
E. S. Wood, M. D.
H. C. WOOD, JR., M. D.


Amory, R. Malignant pustule, 509.

Biography. Jones, J. S., 32; Sands, A. L., 32 ;
Anatomy. A probable error, O. W. H., 59 ; re- Miller, A., 61; Pratt, H., 62 ; Bartlett, J., 88;

cent progress in anatomy, Dwight, T., 306, 334; Hersey, G. E., 89; Peaslee, E. R., 153; Haskell,
Jourdain's " Anatomical Museum,'' 337.

B., 158, 221 ; Stokes, w., 190 ; Bartlett, J. C., 190 ;
Army. Notes on contributions to the Army (U.S.) Tucker, s., 222; Yandell, L. P., 253; Smith, A.,
Medical Museum by civil practitioners, Otis, G. A., 290; Ruhmkorff, 318; Bachelder, S. F., 322; Tyler,
163; army medical service, 612 ; recent progress in J. E., 350, 385 ; Morris, W. B., 419; Bernard, c.,
military surgery, Otis, G. A., 531, 568; the National 446; Voillemier, L., 546; Smith, F. G., 519 ; Car-
Medical Library, 710.

penter, B., 617 ; Bickford, H. C., 618 ; Casserius,
Ayer, J. B. Treatment of epilepsy, 385; Tuber- J., 629.
cular meningitis, 705.

Blake, C. J. Dennison's absorbent cotton, 472.

Bolles, w. P. Hysteria in a male, 16; cancer of
B., I. S. Diffusion of gases, 853.

the spleen, 16; spinal fracture in bone from leg of
Bacon, Traumatic amaurosis, 843.

a horse, 477 ; acuto atrophy of the liver (autopsy),
Baker, W. H. Recent progress in gynæcology, 706.

Bowditch, H. I. Case of pleurisy, 15; arsenical
Berlin. Surgery in Berlin, Platt, W. B., 582.

poisoning, 16; malignant disease of the lung, 607;
Bibliography. Sayre, L. A., Spinal Disease and Jenning's closet, 707 ; letter from Buffalo, 788.

Spinal Curvature, 18; Remsen, I., Principles of Bowditch, H. P. Skin pigment, 473; recent
Theoretical Chemistry, with Special Reference to progress in physiology, 593, 631.
the Constitution of Chemical Compounds, 22 ; Bradford, E. H. Recent progress in orthopædic
Mitchell, S. W., Fat and Blood, and How to mako surgery,

504 ; new method of applying plaster-of-
them, 17; Burnett, C. I., The Ear, its Anatomy, Paris jacket, 702.
Physiology, and Diseases, 48; Oldendorff, A., Der Breast. Malignant tumor of the breast, Cheever,
Einfluss der Beschäftigung auf die Lebensdauer der D. W., 795.
Menschen: nebst Erörterung der wesentlichen Brigham, C. B. Subperiosteal excision of the en-
Todesursachen, 82; Virchow, R., A Description tire scapula and head of the humerus ; recovery, 455.
and Explanation of the Method of Performing Brown, M. L. Chloral hydrate, 636.
Post-Mortem Examinations, with Especial Refer- Buffalo. Letters from Buffalo, 788, 820.
ence to Medico-Legal Practice, 150 ; Orth, J., A Bundy, F. E. Case of poisoning, 16.
Compend of Diagnosis in Pathological Anatomy,
with Directions for making Post-Mortem Exam- C., T. B. Cool precision, 584.
inationa, 151 ; Chadwick, J. R., Second Annual Re- Cabot, s. Sacral teratoma, 112 ; surgical cases at
port of the Boston Medical Library Association, Massachusetts General Hospital, 647.
173; Ziemssen, Cyclopædia of Practical Medicine, Capron, G. Forceps in breech presentations, 313.
vol. xiv., 179, Naphey, G. H., Modern Medical Thera- Cellular tissue. Abscess under the scalp, Cheever,
peutics, 100; Transactions of the New York Patho- D. W., 588 ; cold abscess, Cheever, D. W., 791 ; ab.
logical Society, 212; First Annual Report of the fcens over the liver, Cheever, D. W., 792; secondary
State (Viss.) Board of Health, 212; Gerrish, F. H., inflammation, Cheever, D. W., 794.
Prescription Writing, designed for the Use of Medá Chadwick, J. R. Second annual report of the
ical Students who have never studied Latin, 214; Boston Medical Library Association, 173; rupture
Wheeler, C. G., Outlines of Modern Chemistry, Or- of an abdominal cyst by palpation, 503.

based in part upon Richel's Manuel de Chimie, Chamberlain, C. W. Perityphlitic abscess, 844.
214; Radcliffe, C. B., Proteus, or Unity in Nature, Chandler, T.'h. Recent progress in dentistry,
245; Hutchinson, J., Illustrations of Clinical Sur- 728.
gery, consisting of Plates, etc., 247 ; Michel, C., Dis- Channing, w. A case of feigned insanity, 655.
eases of the Nasal Cavity and the Vault of the Chapin, F. W. Aortic aneurism, 312.
Pharynx, 280 ; Transactions of the American Neu- Cheever, D. W. Clinical lecture, case of syphilis
rological Association, vol. ii., 313; Maudsley, H., following rape ; necrosis ; compound fracture, 33;
The Physiology of Mind, 414; A Manual of Nurs- Surgical clinic, ulcer following amputation in á
ing, 445 ; Bose, B., A New System of Medicine, en. child; malignant tumor of the mouth; malignant
titled Recognizant Medicine, 478; Bose, B., Princi- tumor of the jaw; suppurating bubo; excision of
ples of Rational Therapeutics, 479; The Journal of the upper jaw ; nasal polypus, 127 ; Clinical lecture,
Physiology, 480; Davis, N. S., Contributions to the traumatic aneurism ; weeping sinew; fracture of the
History of Medical Education and Medical Institu- external condyle of the humerus; hydrocele, 223 ;
tions in the United States of America, 1776-1876, Clinical lecture, malignant stricture of the rectum;
542; Farquharson, R., A Guide to Therapeutics, painful subcutaneous tumor; double fistula in ano;
514; Rapvier, L., Traité technique d'Histologie, croup; tracheotomy; lupus, 387; Clinical lecture,
646; Dubring, L. A., Atlas of Skin Diseases, 611; naso-pharyngeal polypus ; abscess under the scalp;
Erichsen, J. E., The Science and Art of Surgery, anal fissures ; housemaid's knee, 587; Clinical lect-
611; Althaus, J., Diseases of the Nervous System, ure, cold abscess; abscess over the liver ; suppura-
their Prevalence and their Pathology, 638; Smith, tive periostitis; secondary inflammation ; malig-
H., Practical Gynæcology, a Hand-Book of the nant tumor of the breast, 791.
Diseases of Women, 639, Zierssen's Cyclopædia, Chemistry. Recent progress in medical chemistry,
vol. xvii., 641; Sadtler, S. P., Chemical Experi- Wood, E. 8., 170.
mentation, 641 ; Holden, L., Landmarks, Medical Chenery, E. Double rupture of the jejunum, 672;
and Surgical, 709; The National Medical Library, a rib fractured by a cough, 673.
710; Delafield, F., Studies in Pathological Anatomy, Chicago. Letter from Chicago, 29; the hospitals
815 ; Charteris, Y., iland-Book of the Practice of of Chicago, 712.
Medicine, 845 ; Anstie, F. E., On the Uses of Wines Children. Recent progress in the treatment of
in Health and Disease, 846; Dobell, H., Annual Re- children's diseases, Hayden, D. H., 73, 101; incon-
ports on Diseases of the Chest, 846.

tinence of urine in children, Keible, A., 526; den-
Bigelow, H. J. Lithotrity by a single operation, tition, the scarification of the gums of infants, Gar-
259, 291.

land, G W., 528 ; gum cutting Yale, J., 851.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

Circulatory System. Aneurism of the thoracio method, Langmaid, 8. W., 578 ; anal fissures,

aorta, Pepper, W., 1; progress in the treatment of Cheever, D. W., 589; sarcoma of the pancreas, liver,
thoracic diseases, Knight, F. I., 205, 237; traumatic and gall-bladder, Ingalls, W., 601 ; double rupture
aneurism, Cheever, D. W., 223; rupture of the of the jejunum, Chenery, E., 672 ; acute atrophy
heart, Nichols, C. B., 304 ; aortic aneurism, Chapin, of the liver, Bolles, W. P., 706; gastric vertigo,
F. W., 312; aneurism of the abdominal aorta, Da Costa, J. M., 719; recent progress in dentistry,
Loomis, A. L., 323; thrombus of the vulva, Nichols, Chandler, T. H., 728 ; perforation of vermiform ap-
J. T. G., 638; aortic aneurism, Lyman, G. H , 575; pendix, Wainwright, W. A. M., 843; enlarged
aneurism of the arch of the aortu, Lyman, G.H., spleen, Lyon, I. W., 843; perity phlitic abscess,
576; thrombosis of the inferior cava, Shattuck, G. Chamberlain, C. W., 844 ; gum cutting again, Yale,
C., 579; cerebral hæmorrhage, Webber, 8. G., 598;

J., 851.
aneurism of the aorta, Knight, F. 1., 605; rupture Drake, J. W. Artificial limbs, 339.
of left ventricle, Nichols, J. T. G., 610 ; heart clot, Draper, F. W. Recent progress in forensic medi-
Hamilton, J. B., 610; fat embolism, Fitz, R. H., cine, 136; fatal poisoning by the inhalation of lime-
703; pneumothorax with embolism of the pulmo- kiin vapors, carbonic oxide gas predominating, 375;
pary artery, Lyon, I. W., 843; cardiac thrombosis, mortality-rate among physicians, 701 ; rare fract-
Lyon, I. W., 843.

ure of clavicle and ribs, 704.
Clark, D. Suppurative inflammation of gall-blad- Dwight, T. (Allusion to), 22 ; recent progress in
der, 311,

anatomy; 306, 334.
Connecticut. Letter from Connecticut, 186; Con-
necticut State Board of Health, 649.

Ear. Coagulated fibrin simulating polypus of the
Cook, Rev. Joseph. Criticism on his “Monday ear, Green, J. 0., 379; exostosis of the auditory
Lecture,” 584.

meatus, death from meningitis, with remarks,
Correspondence. Letter from Chicago, 29; Green, 'J. O., 494 ; caries of the temporal bone,

Hartford Hospitals, 55; a probable error, 0. W. H., Green, J. O., 575 ; subjective and objective aural
69; a few remarks on the date in obituary notices, sound, Green, J.o., 700.
60; letter from Dr. Sayre, spinal disease and spinal Edes, R. T. 'Anatomy and physiology of the kid-
curvature, 93; letters from Pbiladelphia, 123, 286, ney, 140 ; microscopic segments of rabbit's kidney
483, 680; letters from London, 165, 217; letter showing the action of the secreting epithelium, 474;
from Connecticut, 186; letter from New York, 254; wbat is the object of the Massachusetts Medical
treatment of epilepsy, J. B. Ayer, 385; surgery in Society, and how can it best be fulfilled ? 724.
Berlin, W. B. Platt, 582 ; cool precision, T. B. C., Edgerly, D. M. Chorea in pregnancy, 175.
684 ; the hospitals of Chicago, 712; compulsory Editorials. The future, 22 į diphtheria, 50 ; the
state examinations in Great Britain, 750 ; letter sewerage of Boston, 85; the International Medical
from Buffalo, H. I. Bowditch, 788 ; letter from Buf- Congress, 114; limited responsibility, 116; Harvard
falo, 820; diffusion of gases, 1. S. B., 853.

Medical School, 153; Ziemsren's Cyclopædia, vol.
Curtis, H. Cases at Boston City Hospital, 615. xiv., 179; rabies and hydrophobia, 181; dogs and
Curtis, T. B. Anal speculum and modified ureth- hydrophobia, 215; the Massachusetts Board of Su-

rotome, 17 ; the relations of diphtheria and croup, pervisors of Statistics, 247; the treatment of drunk-
331; new urethrotome, 376; recent progress in uri. enness, 249; our semi-centennial anniversary, 250 ;
nary surgery, 438 ; rapid lithotrity, 560, 704 ; & insanity and medical education, 280 ; treatment of
new apparatus for fractures of the leg, 691.

hydrophobia, curara, 315; the diphtheria ques-
Cutaneous System. Ulcer following amputation tion, 347; society reports, 381; the sewerage of

in a child, Cheever, D. W., 127; ringworm, tinea Boston, 417; Claude Bernard, 447; the pollution
trichophytina, White, J. C., 191 ; painful subcuta- of streams, 479; the Journal of Physiology, 480 ;
neous tumor, Cheever, D.W., 389 ; lupus, Cheever, diphtheria at Newport, 613; dangerous amuse-
D. W., 391 ; auto-inoculation, Wigglesworth, E., ments, 680 ; the national quarantine, 612 ; Amer-
412 ; skin pigment, Bowditch, I. P., 473; melano- ican Medical Association, 642; Dr. Lombard's re-
derma, White, J.C., 619; faulty innervation as a Fearches, 643; admission of women to the State
factor in skin disease, Wigglesworth, E., 702; re- Society, 676; the National Medical Library, 710;
cent progress in dermatology, White, J. C., 769, the obligation of the Massachusetts Medical Society
796; non-venereal cutaneous affections of the geni- to female physicians, 747 ; female medical students
tuls, Hyde, J. N., 823.

at Harvard, 786; grave-robbing, 818; the attitude
Cutler, E. G. Pathological specimen from the of the Massachusetts Medical Society towards the
urethra, 17.

'pathies,”' 847.
Ellis, C. Osteomalacia in a man,

Da Costa, J. M. Gastric vertigo, 719.

Eye. Injury of orbit, Gardner, 312; eserine and
Dalton, J. C. Lectures on the physiology of the pilocarpine in the treatment of eye disease, Williams,
spinal cord, 355, 428, 459, 487.

H. W., 327; incurability of congenital color-blind.
Danforth, 1. N. The diagnostic value of the ness, Jeffries, B. J., 398; recent progress in ophthal.
“ovarian cell,”' 159.

mology, Wadsworth, 0. F., 467 ; observations on
Dean, H. A. A fibro-cystic tumor of the uterus the colors of sunset, Jeffries, B. J., 472 ; perceptin
cured by ergot, 100.

of color, Hall, G. 8., 475 ; eserine and pilocarpine in
Digestive System. A case of third dentition, ulceration of the cornea, Williams, H. W., 671;

Forster, E.J., 37; foreign body imbedded in the traumatic amaurosis, Bacon, 843.
base of the tongue, Knight, F. İ., 109; colloid can-
cer of the intestines at the ileo-cæcal valve, Tarbell, Fisher, T. W. Feigned insanity, 674; new delu-
G.G., 111; malignant tumor of the mouth, Cheever,
D. W., 128 ; malignant tumor of the jaw, Cheever, Fitz, R. H. Recent progress in pathology and
D. W., 128 ; Sprudel Balts in the treatment of gall- pathological anatomy, 666, 695; fat embolism, 703.
stones, Goldsmith, M., 133; strangulated hernia, Folsom, N. Water-closets, 337.
Marcy, H. 0., 176; two cases of death from im- Forster, E. J. A case of third dentition, 37.
pacted gall-stones,' Holmes, C. C., 278; obscure
forms of liver disease, Stebbins, G. S., 309, 450; Galloupe, I. F. A case of uterine fibroids, 201.
intestino-vesical fistula, Reed, A. F., 311; suppura- Gardner, w. W. Injury of orbit, 312.
tive inflammation of gall-bladder, Clark, D., 311; Garland, G. M. Dynamic conditions at work
intestinal cast, Wing, C. E., 339; “ obscure forms within the thorax, 472; pneumono-dynamics, 670.
of liver disease,' Medicus, 352; chronic ulcers of Garland, G. W. Dentition: the scarification of
the stomach and duodenum, old pyelonephritis, the gums of infants, 528.
Shaw, B. S., 374; malignant stricture of the rec- Gay, G. W. Surgical cases at Boston City Hos-
tum, Cheever, D. W., 387; double fistula in ano, pital, 90, 286, 420.
Cheever, D. W., 386 ; treatment of deciduous teeth, General Diseases. Cancer of the spleen, Bolles,
Rollins, W. H., 392 ; arsenical poisoning, Wood, E. W.P., 16 ; case of syphilis following rape, Cheever,
S., 412; cases of strangulated hernia, Jackson, A., D. W., 33; cerebro-spinal meningitis, Nichols, S.,
435; obscure forms of liver disease, Stebbins, G. S, 44 ; diphtheria, 60; colloid cancer of the intestines
450 ; dentition, the scarification of the gums of in- at the ileo-cæcal valve, Tarbell, G. G., 111; suppu-
fants, Garland, G. W., 528; tape-worm, F. G. M. rating bubo, Cheever, D. W., 120 ; syphilis and
563; the heroic treatment of idiopathic peritonitis, marriage, Hildreth, J. L., 177; puerperal fever,
Wood, H. C., 655; hernia treated by Heaton's McClean, A. S., 243; recent progress in syphilol-

sion, 702.

[ocr errors]

ogy, Wigglesworth, E., 271 ; tuberculosis, Stickney, Pennsylvania, notes of practice and peculiarities of
H. G., 312 ; the relations of diphtheria and croup, treatment, 383; Boston City Hospital, clinical lect-
Curtis, T. B., 331 ; tbe diphtheria question, 347 ure, Cheever,D. w., 387; Boston City Ilospital, sur-
malignant disease of the spine, Hildreth, J. L. 414; gical cases, Gay, G. W., 420 ; Boston City Hospital,
malignant pustule, Amory, R., 509 ; diphtheria at clinical lecture, Cheever, D. W., 687; Boston City
Newport, 513; malignant tumor, Marcy, H. O., Hospital, cases, Curtis, H., 615; Massachusetts Gen-
536; diphtheria, Wright, J. H., 638 ; cancer of the eral Hospital, surgical cases, Cabot, S., 647.
traebea, Shattuck, G. c., 578; amyloid degenera- Hunt, D. Pneumono-dynamics, 339; Julius Caste-
tion, Webber, S. G., 598 ; sarcoma of the pancreas, rius, 629; the blood corpuscle, 852.
liver, and gall-bladder, Ingalls, W., 601; cancer of Hutchinson, W. F. Climate cure in nervous
liver, kidney, aud spleen, Stevens, E. H., 603 ; ma- diseases, 515.
lignant disease of the lung, Bowditch, H. I., 607; Hyde, J. N. On the non-venereal cutaneous affec-
cerebral syphilis, Post, A., 698; diphtheria, house tions of the genitals, 823.
drainage, Minot, F., 707 ; malignant tumor of the Hygiene, Health, and State Medicine.
breast, Cheever, D. W., 795; treatment of strumous The sewerage of Boston, 85; the Mississippi Board
disease by what may be called the Solfatara method, of Health, 212; water-closets, Folsom, N., 337;
Storer, H. R., 831.

the sewerage of Boston, 417; the pollution of
Generative System. Recent progress in gyne- streams, 449; Connecticut State Board of Health,
cology, Baker, W. H., 40; recto-vaginal fistula, 649; mortality-rate among; physicians, Draper, F.
Hill, L. G., 45; a fibro-cystic tumor of the uterus W., 701; Jennings's closet, Bowditch, H. 1., 707;
cured by ergot, Dean, H. A., 100; the diagnostic hints in ethics and hygiene, Minot, F., 755.
value of the ovarian cell," Danforth, I. N., 159;
& case of uterine fibroids, Galloupe, 1. F., 201 ; Ingalls, W. Sarcoma of the pancreas, liver, and
oeclusion of the vagina, with retained menses, of gall-bladder, 601.
fifteen months standing, Jordan, G. A., 203; hy. Instruments and Apparatus. Anal specu-
drocele, Cheever, D. W., 227; a case of scirrhous lum and modified urethrotome, 17; Carr's radial
testis, cured by electricity, Spaulding, M., 257; splint, Martin, H. A., 145; artificial limbs, Drake,
rupture of the uterus, Nichols, C. S., 305; rupture J. W., 339; new urethrotome, Curtis, T. B., 376;
of an ovarian cyst by palpation, Chadwick, J. R., Dennison's absorbent cotton, Blake, c. J., 472;
503; laceration of the cervix uteri, Thomas, T. G., fracture of the leg treated by a new method of ex-
619; thrombus of the vulva, Nichols, J. T. G., 638; tepsion, Robertson, W. D., 662 ; & new apparatus
vicarious menstruation, Wells, D. E., 617; a case of for fractures of the leg, Curtis, T. B., 691; modifica-
viearious menstruation, Putney, G. E., 628 ; non- tion of Barwell's elastic muscle apparatus, Put-
Federeal cutaneous affections of the genitals, Hyde, nam, J.J., 701 ; new method of applying plaster-of-
J. N., 823.

Paris jacket, Bradford, E. H., 702; Jenninga's closet,
Gleason, J. C. On strapping the affected side in Bowditch, H. I., 707 ; the tourniquet in treatment
eases of acute pleuritis, 98.

of fracture of the patella, Root, R. B., 851.
Goldsmith, M. Sprudel salts in the treatment of International Medical Congress, 114.

gall-stones, 133.
Gouley, J. W. S. A clinical lecture on catheter- Jackson, A. Cases of strangulated hernia, 435.
ism versus uretbrotomy, 651.

Jackson, J. B. S. Rhinencephalus and some al-
Green, J. 0. Coagulated fibrin simulating poly- lied forms of monstrosity, 66; fractured patella,

pus of the ear, 379; exostosis of the auditory mea- 572.
tur, death from meningitis, with remarks, 491; Janeway, E. G. Clinical lecture, Bellevue Hospi.
caries of the temporal bone, 575; subjective and tal Medical College, New York, peri-pachymeningitis,
objective aural sound, 100.

Gross, S. W. The rational treatment of stricture Jeffries, B. J. Incurability of congenital color-
of the urethra, 733.

blindness, 398; observation on the colors of sunset,

Hall, G. S. Perception of color, 475.

Jones, C. M. A case of hydrophobia, 233.
Hall, J. F. Pistol-ball wound, 46.

Jordan, G. A. Occlusiou of the vagina, with re-
Hamilton, F. H. Clinic of Professor Frank H. tained menses of fifteen months' standing, 203.

Hamilton, Bellevue Hospital, New York, disloca- Jurisprudence. Limited responsibility, 116; re-
tion of the humerus, with obscure fracture about cent progress in forensic medicine, Draper, F. W.
the shoulder-joint; valgus of both toes, 63.


136; syphilis and marriage, Hildreth, J. L., 177;
Hamilton, J. B.' Heart clot, 610.

legislation regulating the practice of medicine, 185 ;
Harris, F.'A. The so-called " West End horror," the so-called “West End horror," Harris, F. A.,

465; hiots in ethics and hygiene, Minot, F., 755.
Hartford. Letter from Hartford, 55.
Hayden, D. H. Cases treated by bleeding, 17; Kemble, A. Incontinence of urine in children,

recent progress in the treatment of children's dis- 526.
eases, 73, 101.

Knight, F. I. Foreign body imbedded in the base
Healy, J.J. Large dose of chloral, 189.

of the tongue, 109; recent progress in the treatment
Hildreth, J. L. Syphilis and marriage, 177 ; ma- of thoracic diseases, 205, 237; aneurism of the aorta,
liguant disense of the spine, 414.

Hill, L. G. Recto-vaginal fistula, 45.
Holmes, C. C. Two cases of death from impacted Langenbeck, B. von. Clinic, Royal University
gall-stones, 278.

at Berlin, 850.
Horr, W. H. Pistol-ball wound, 44.

Langmaid, S. W. Hernia treated by Heaton's
Hosmer, A. A peculiar condition of the cervix method, 578.

uteri which is found in certain cases of dystocia, Lathrop, W. H. The volumetric method of writ-
354), 683.

ing prescriptions, 39.
Hospital Reports, Clinics, and Lectures. Local Injuries. Pistol-ball wound (chest), Hort,
Massachusetts General Hospital, surgical cases, War- W. H., 44; Pistol-ball wound (abdomen), Hall, J.
ren, J. C., 25; Boston City Hospital, clinical lect- F., 46; Foreign body imbedded in the base of the
ure, Cheever, D. W., 33, Ilartford Hospital, 55; tongue, Koight, F. I., 109; gun-shot fracture of
Bellevue Ilospítal, clinic of Prof. F. H. Tamilton, skull, Whitney, J. 0., 567; a rib fractured by a
68; Boston City Hospital, surgical cases, Gay, G. cough, Chenery, E., 673; rare fracture of clavicle
W., 90 ; Bellevue Hospital Medical College, lect- and ribs, Draper, F. W., 704.
ures, peri-pachymeningitis, Janeway, E. G., 95 ; Bos- Locomotion, Organs of. Osteomalacia in a
ton City Hospital, surgical cases, 121 ; Boston City man, Ellis, C., 5; necrosis ; compound fracture,
Hospital, surgical clinic, Cheever, D. W., 127; Cook Cheever, D. W., 33; excision of knee-joint, Richard-
County Hospital, Chicago, lecture on the diag. son, 43; a probable error (condyles of humerus), 0.
nostic value of the “ovarian cell,” Danforth, I. N., W. H., 59; dislocation of the humerus, with obscuro
164, Boston City Hospital, clinical lecture, Cheever, fracture about the shoulder-joint; valgus of both
D. W., 223; Boston City Hospital, surgical cases, great tdes, Hamilton, F. H., 63; spinal disease and
Gay, G. W., 285; Massachusetts General Hospital, spinal curvature, letter from Dr. Sayre, 93: weep.
forgical cases, Warren, J. C., illustrating the anti- ing sinew, 225; fracture of the external condyle of
septic system, 319; Hospital of the University of the humerus, Cheever, D. W., 226; disease of knee,


Webb, M. E , 339; excision of the scapula and head tumors, Webber, S. G., 110 ; chorea in pregnancy,
of the humerus, Brigham, C. B., 455 ; spinal fract- Edgerly, D. M., 175 ; rabies and hydrophobia, 181;
ure in bone from leg of a horse, Bolles, W. P., 477; dogs and hydrophobia, 215; a case of hydrophobia,
recent progress in orthopaedic surgery, Bradford, E. Jones, C. M., 233; hydrophobia, Maynard, J. P.,
H., 504; fractured patella, Jackson, J. B. S., 572; 236; hydrophobia, Musrey, w.H., 289 ; hydropho-
new apparatus for fractures of the leg, Curtis, T. B., bia, Potter, W.W., 313; treatment of hydrophobia,
691 ; housemaid's knee, Cheever, D. W., 590; fract- curara, 315; physiology of the spinal cord, Dalton,
ure of the leg treated by a new method of exten- J. C., 355, 428, 459, 487; severe neuralgic pain fol-
sion, Robertson, W. D., 662 ; suppurative periostitis, lowing herpes zoster, Shattuck, F.C., 379; treat-
Cheever, D. W., 793 ; the tourniquet in treatment ment of epilepsy, Ayer, J. B., 385 ; cerebral tumors,
of fracture of the patella, Root, R. B., 851.

Webber, S. G., 411;' tumor of the cerebellum,
Lombard, J. S. Researches on the temperature Webber, S. G., 411 ; nerve cell from spinal cord hav-
of the head, 643.

ing two nuclei, Webber, S. G.,477 ; climate cure in
London. Letters from London, 155, 217.

nervous diseases, 515 ; epilepsy, Park, J. G., 639;
Loomis, A. L. Aneurism of the abdominal aorta, uræmic convulsions, Morrill, F. G., 491; cerebral

syphilis, Post, A., 693; post-diphtheritic paralysis,
Lyman, C. P. Rabies and hydrophobia, 79.

Putnam, J. J., 703 ; tubercular meningitis, Ayer, J.
Lyman, G. H. Croupous, fibrous, or pseudo- B., 705 ; gastric vertigo, Da Costa, J. M., 719.
membranous bronchitis, 108'; phthisis ; ulceration New York. Letter from New York, 254.
of the larynx, 108; morphia babit, 574; aortic Nichols, A. H. Aiken, S. C., as a health resort,
aneurisin, 575; aneurism of the arch of the aorta, 228.

Nichols, C. B. Three cases in private practice,
Lyon, I. W. Enlarged spleen, 843; Pneumo- rupture of the heart, rupture of the uterus, 304.

thorax with embolism of the pulmonary artery, Nichols, J. T. G. Thrombus of the vulva, 538;
813; cardiac thrombosis, 844.

rupture of left ventricle, 610.

Nichols, s. Cerebro-spinal meningitis, 44.
M., F. G. Note on tape-worm, 553.

Nose. Nasal polypus, Cheerer, D. W., 131; naso-
McClean, A. S. Puerperal fever, 243.

pharyngeal polypus, Cheever, D. W., 587.
McCollom, J. H. Delirium tremens, 14.
Malformations, Congenital. Rhinencepha. Obituary Notices. A few remarks on the date in

lus and some allied forins of monstrosity, Jackson, obituary notices, 60.
J. B. S., 66; sacral teratoma, Cabot, S., 112. Otis, G. A. Notes on contributions to the Army
Marcy, H. 0. Strangulated hernia, 176; malig- (U. S.) Medical Museum by civil practitioners, 163;
nant tumor, 536.

recent progress in military surgery, 631, 568.
Marine Hospital Service. Examinations and

appointments, Dotrivg, E. J., 251 ; circular con Park, J. G. Epilepsy, 539.
cerning use of the metric system, 616.

Parks, E. L. A case of belladonna poisoning,
Marion, H. E. Case of disease of female urethra, 651.
18; extra-uterine foetation, 608.

Parsons, J. W. Stimulants, 46.
Markoe, G. F. H. United States Pharmacopoeia, Pathology and Pathological Anatomy.

140; ergotine, 145; revision of the Pharmacopoeia, Osteomalacia in a man, Ellis, C.,5; recent progress

in pathology and pathological anatomy, Fitz, R. II.,
Martin, H. A. Carr's radial splint, 145.

666, 695,
Mason, A. L. Recent progress in the theory and Penrose, R. A. F. The symptoms and treatment
practice of medicine, 370, 405.

of post-partum bæmorrhage, 300.
Materia Medica and Therapeutics. Min- Pepper, w. Aneurism of the thoracic aorta, 1.

eral waters of New England, Seaverns, J., 141 ; large Philadelphia. Letters from Philadelphia, 123,
dose of chloral, Healy, J.J., 189; Aiken, S. C., as a 286, 483, 650.
health resort, Nichols, A. II., 228 ; case of scirrhous Physiology. Recent progress in physiology, Bow-
testis, cured by electricity, Spaulding, M., 257; ditch, H. P., 593, 631 ; Dr. Lombard's researches,
Massachusetts General Hospital, surgical cases of 643; germ theory, Wilcox, L. S., 844 ; the blood
Dr. Warren illustrating the antiseptic system, 319; corpuscle, Hunt, D., 852.
cases treated by bleeding, Hayden, D. H., 17; the Poisons. Delirium tremens, McCollom, J.H., 14;
volumetric method of writing prescriptions, Lathrop, case of poisoning, Bundy, F. E., 16; arsenical poi-
W. H., 38; alcohol, Pray, T. J. W., 15; sulphate of soning, Bowditch, H. I., 16; plants in rooms, Spar-
cinchonidia, salicylic acid, salicine, 55 ; stimulants, ford, G., 43; the treatment of drunkenness, 250;
Parsons, J. W., 46; a fibro-cystic tumor of the fatal poisoning by the inhalation of lime-kilo va-
uterus cured by ergot, Dean, H. A., 100; Sprudel pors, carbonic acid gas predominating, Draper, F.
Balts in the treatment of gull-stones, Goldsmith, M., W., 375; arsenical poisoning, Wood, E. S., 412; &
133; United States Pharmacopæia, Markoe, G. F. case of belladonna poisoning, Parks, E. L., 551;
H., 140; climate cure in nervous diseases, 515; morphia habit, Lyman, G. H., 574.
chloral hydrate, Brown, M. L., 536; revision of the Porter, C. B. Cases of plastic surgery, 423.
Pharmacopoeia, Markoe, G. F. II., 706 ; treatment Post, A. Cerebral syphilis, 699.
of strumous disease by what may be called the Sol- Potter, W. W. Hydrophobia, 313.
fatara method, Storer, H. R., 831.

Practice of Medicine. A quack routed, 44;
Maynard, J. P. Hydrophobia, 236.

medical ethics, Sargent, B. W., 45; adınission of
Medical Schools and Colleges. Ilarvard women to practice, 318; Jourdain's “ Anatomical

Medical School, 153; compulsory state examina- Museum,”: 337; smission of women to the State
tions in Great Britain, 750 ; female medical stu- Society, 676; the obligation of the Massachusetts
dents at Harvard, 786.

Medical Society to female physicians, 747 ; hints in
Medicine. Recent progress in the theory and prac- ethics and bygiene, Minot, F., 765.
tice of, Mason, A. L., 370, 405.

Pray, T. J. W. Alcohol, 45.
Metric System. Metric system in the Marine Pregnancy, affections connected with. Recent

Hospital service, 646; the metric system in a nut- progress in obstetrics, Richardson, W. L., 10; case
shell, Wigglesworth, E., 766.

of induction of premature labor for pelvic deform-
Mind. Insanity and inedical education, 280 ; rela- ity, Richardson, W. L., 131 ; chorea in pregnancy,

tions of insanity to civilization, Stearos, H.P., 636 ; Edgerly, D. M., 176 ; the symptoms and treatment
a case of feigned insanity, Channing, W., 655; feigned of post-partum hæmorrhage, Penrose, R. A. F.,
insanity, Fisher, T. W., 674; new delusion, Fisher, 300; rupture of the uterus, Nichols, C. B., 304;
T. W., 702.

forceps in breech presentations, Capron, G., 313; a
Minot, F. Diphtheria, house drainage, 707; hints peculiar condition of the cervix uteri which is
in ethics and hygiene, 755.

found in certain cases of dystocia, Hosmer, A.,
Morrill, F. G. Two cases of uræmic convulsions, 360, 683; extra-uterine foetation, Marion, I. E.,

Mussey, W. H. IIydrophobia, 289.

Putnam, J. J. Modification of Barwell's elastic

murcle apparatus, 701; post-diphtheritio paralysis,
Nervous System. Hysteria in a male, Boller, W. 703.

P., 16; rabies and hydrophobia, Lyman, C. P., 79; Putney, G. E. A case of vicarious menstruation,
peri-pachy meningitis, Janeway, E. G., 95; cerebral 628.

« AnteriorContinuar »