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COURIER OF MEDICINE.

EDITOR:

JOHN ZAHORSKY, M.D.

ASSOCIATE EDITORS:

Bliss, M. A. BROKAW, A. V. L. BURNETT, E. C.
CAPLAN, L. FISCH, C.

Grim, E. C.
GRINDON JOSEPH, HOFFMAN, PHIL. HOGE, M. W.
JAMES, J. A.J. JOHNSON, W. L. LEVY, A.
LIPPE, M.J. Moore, W. B. SHOEMAKER, W. A.

EDWARD B. JACKSON, New York Correspondent.

VOLUME XXVII. July-December, 1902.

ST. LOUIS, MO.,
COURIER OF MEDICINE CO.,

18_1903 CONTRIOUTORS TO VOL. XXVII.

. JUL KEEMBER 1902.

BLEYER, A. S., St. Louis,

265 BROKAW, A. V. L., St. Louis,

321 CHAPMAN, H. N., St. Louis,

367 COOKE, A. B., Nashville, Tenn.,

20 COUGHLIN, W. T., St. Louis,

182 Cross, R. O., Kansas City, Mo.,

30 DONELAN, E. A., St. Joseph, Mo.,

184 ENGMAN, M. F., St. Louis,

401 Fisch, CARL, St. Louis,

423 FLICK, L. F., Philadelphia, Pa.,

25 FOSTER, HAL, Kansas City, Mo.,

96 GEIGER, C. G., St. Joseph, Mo.,

257 GELLHORN, GEORGE, St. Louis,

336

CARA... HARDAWAY, W. A., St. Louis,

161 HinchEY FRANK, St. Louis,

86 HOFFMAN, PHIL, St. Louis,

13 HOMAN, GEORGE, St. Louis,

254 JOHNSTON, G. F., Lakin, Kansas,

101 MOORE, J. T., Galveston, Texas,

81 NIETERT, H. L., St. Louis,

93 RASSIEUR, L., St. Louis,

107 REDER, FRANCIS, St. Louis,

167 ROBINSON, BYRON, Chicago,

241, 353, 426 Runge, E. C., St. Louis,

98 SAUNDERS, E. W., St. Louis,

415 SHIELDS, F. B., Victoria, Texas,

178 Smith, ELSWORTH, JR., St. Louis,

262 WINTER, F. A., Jefferson Barracks, Mo.,

1 ZAHORSKY, John, St. Louis,

418

FEB 18 1903
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INDEX TO VOLUME XXVII.

JULY- DECEMBER, 1902.

Original Contributions.

Foot-wear, effect of upon the form and

usefulness of the fool-Phil Hoffman,

St. Louis, 13
Gunshot wouuds, observations on, during

the Spanish-American and Philip-
pine wars-F. A. Winter, Jefferson

Barracks, Mo., I.
Gynecologic diseases without local symp-

toms-George Gellhorn, St. Louis,

336.

Aneurysm of the transverse aorta and in-

nominate artery-W. T. Coughlin,

St. Louis, 182.
Antipyresis in children, concerning–E.

W. Saunders, St. Louis, 415.
Aortic regurgitation and aneurysm, the

vessel phenomena in Elsworth

Smith, St. Louis, 262.
Bacillus dysenteria-Carl Fisch, St.

Louis, 423.
Brain injury, report of two interesting

cases of-F. B. Shields, Victoria,

Texas, 178.
Cecum, the-in relation to the psoas mus-

cle in zlo adult male and 125 adult
female autopsies--Byron Robinson,

Chicago, 241, 353, 426.
Cellulitis, infective-C. G. Geiger, St. Jo-

seph, Mo., 257.
Consumption, ihe state's duty in the mat-

ter of prevention of-R, O Cross,

Kansas City, Mo., 30.
Deformed noses, the subcutaneous use of

paraffin in, report of case-Hal Fos-

ter, Kansas City, Mo., 96.
Dermatology, Robert Willan and—W.

A. Hardaway, St. Louis, 161.
Diarrhea, the etiology of the summer-

John Zahorsky, St. Louis, 418.
Eczematoid dermatitis, an infectious form

of an-Martin F. Engman, St. Louis,

Heart disease, necrop'y in-Louis Ras-

sieur, St. Louis, 107.
Hernia, conditions I have found in oper-

ating for the radical cure of oblique
inguinal- Francis Reder, St. Louis,

167.
Malaria marked cerebral and spinal

symptoms; Kernig's sign present;
double terlian-J. T. Moore, Galves-

ton, Texas, 81.
Medical examinations in our public

schools-E. A. Donelan, St. Joseph,

Mo, 184.
Medical law, working of-G. F. John-

ston, Lakin Kansas, 101.
Recium, malignant disease of ihe-A. B.

Cooke, Nashville, Tenn., 20.
Sarcoma, a case of abdominal, in a boy-

H. L. Nietert, St. Louis, 93.
Tuberculosis, the public control of-L.

F. Flick, Philadelphia, 25.
Typhoid fever, complications in some

cases ol-Frank Hinchey, St. Louis,

86.
Typhoid fever, two contrasted cases of -

George Homan, St. Louis, 254.
Vaccination, the protective proteins in-

A. S. Bleyer, St. Louis, 265.
X-rays as a therapeutic agent-A. V. L.

Brokaw, St. Louis, 321.

401.

Epilepsy, a case of-E. C. Runge, St.

Louis, 98.

Epithelioma, iwo cases of, treated by X-

rays-H. N. Chapman, St. Louis, 367

Leading Articles.

Beaumont, William, 377.
Blind, teaching the, to see, 194.
Chauvinism in medicine, 374.
Digestants, pineapples as, 195.
Diphtheria, chronic, 442.
Examiners, voluntary national board of,

46.
Fumigations, faulty, 273.
Gastrosia fungosa, 275.
Glands, the sugar-controlling function of

the suprarenal, 443.
Hospitals and universities, report of the

French commission on American, 118
Hysterical nodules, ablation of the breast

for, 118.
Life, prolongation of, in sea urchin's

eggs, 118.

Acetonemia, incessant vomiting with, 369
Achondroplasia, 43.
Antibodies, food and, 439.
Asthma, etiology of bronchial, 269.
Atrophy, lactation, of the uterus, 473.
Bacteriology of cystitis, 272.
Bone, depression of the occipital, 191.
Breech presentation, the diagnosis of se-

tal hydrocephalus in, 40.
Bronchial asthma, etiology of, 269.
Convulsions in intancy, the significance

of, 188.
Cystitis, bacteriology of, 272.
Diabetes mellitus, treatment of, 437.
Diphtheria, epistaxis following nasal, 436.
Epistaxis following nasal diphtheria, 436.
Fever, relapses in typhoid, 371.
Food value of skim-milk, 114.
Food and antibodies, 439.
Hydrocephalus in breech presentation,

the diagnosis of letal, 40.
Hysteric pain in the mastoid process, 109.
Lactation atrophy of the uterus, 373.
Mastoid process, hysteric pain in the, 109.
Micro-organisms, the invisible, 37.
Milk, food value of skim-, 114.
Morbid processes like specific diseases,

192.
Nervous phenomena ia tetany, 113.
Neurosthenic tonic treatment, 271.
Occipital bone, depression of the, 191.
Puerperium, the morbidity of the, 372.
Stokes-Adams disease, 438.
Tetany, nervous phenomena in, 112.
Thymus gland, function of the, 42.
Typhoid fever, relapses in, 371.
Typhoid infection by inhalation, ill.
Uterus, lactation atrophy of the, 373.
Variability in man, causes of, 189.
Vomiting, incessant, with acetonemie, 369
Weil's disease, etiology of, 268.

Medical exhibit at the world's fair, 276.
Medical library, the St. Louis, 44, 377.
Medical library, the value of to the phy-

sician, 45.
Medicine, chauvinism in, 374.
Micro-organisms, multiplicity of toxins

produced by the san e, 274.
Neurasthenia, phototherapy in the treat-

ment of, 195.
Insufficientia pylori, 376.
Intra-abdominal pressure, what is, 374.
Original articles, sending to several journ-

als, 443.
Pathogenic streptococci, the identity of,

196.
Pharynx tonsil, acute inflammation of

the, 194.
Phototherapy, 46.
Phototherapy in the treatment of neuras-

thenia, 195.
Pineapples as digestants, 195.
Puerperal eclampsia, thyroid extract in,

47
Pylori, insufficientia, 376.
Quackery, a new kind of, 375.
Rheumatism, serum treatment of, 275.
School life, harmful influence of, 274.
Serum treatment of rheumatism, 275.
Streptococci, the identity of pathogenic,

196.
Substitution, the evils of, 116.
Substitution, the practice of, 115.
Substitution, the remedy for, 117.
Substitutors, the attitude of the profess-

ion toward, 116.

Editorial Comment.

Abdominal pressure, what is intra-, 374.
Ablation of the breast for hysterical nod-

ules, 118.
Antitoxin, fresh, 442.
Appendix, a new use for the, 196.

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Medical Research.
Absorption, intestinal, 201.
Adipositas, 122
Albumosuria, the significance of, 198.
Alkalinuria, 202.
Antitoxin, duration of immuniiy by diph-

theria, 283.
Blood poison, medicinal, 446.
Blood pressure, 122.
Brain, physiology of the, 449.
Cerebral disintegration, the lacunæ of,

449.
Colloidal solu ions of metals, 123.
Digestion of cane sugar, 201
Diphtheria antitoxin, duration of immu-

niiy by, 283.
Diplococcus perlucidus, 202.
Electrolysis of metallic salts in human

tissues, 448.
Eosinophiles in pemphigus, 382.
Fatigue in nerves, 200.
Gastritis, experimental, 444.
Gelatin in hemorrhages, 197.
Glycosuria, 120.
Hemorrhages, gelatin in, 197.
Intestinal absorption, 201.
Lacunæ, the, of cerebral disintegration

449.
Lipase, 119
Liver, functions of the, 382.
Metals, colloidal solutions of, 123.
Metals, two new proteid compounds of

Physiology of the brain, 449.
Poison, medicinal blood, 446.
Proteid compounds of metals, iwo new,

378.
Salts, electrolysis of metallic, . in human

tissues, 448.
Serum, can a specific, possess curative

and protective properties, 276.
Stomach, the influence of different posi-

tions of the body on the motor func-

tions of the, 378.
Sugar, digestion of cane, 201.
Trimethylamids, the, 200.
Urobilin, the renal origin of, 383.
Yeast, brewers', as a therapeutic agent, 447.

Diagnostics.
Abdomen, the telephonic properties of

the inflamed, 384.
Acid-proof bacilli in sputum, 48.
Agglutination reaction of the bacillus tu-

berculosis, the, 50.
Aneurysm, a new sign of thoracic, 49.
Apneic-pause, significance of the, 207.
Appendicitis, palpation in, 450.
Bacilli in Sputum, acid-proof, 48.
Bacillus tuberculosis, the agglutinat:on

reaction of the, 50.
Blood-count in mumps, 124.
Blood exam nation in pertussis, 49.
Bloody stools, 386.
Bursa, the iliopsoas, 385.
Calculus, diagnosis of renal. 451.
Carcinoma of the endometrium, incipi-

ent, 202,
Cardiopathy, the relation of irregular

pulse to, 207.
Chest of children, signs of fluid in the, 386.
Chest, shape of the tuberculous, 124.
Chills in typhoid fever, 386.
Cough, another cause of, 203.
Cord, short umbilical, 126.
Cytology, cryoscopy and hematolysis in

certain surgical exudations of serum,

the clinical value of, 50.
Endometrium, incipient carcinoma of the

202.

378.

Nerves, fatigue in, 200.
Neurosis, phthisis pulmonalis as a, 379.
Pancreas, secretions of the, 200.
Pemphigus, the eosinophiles in, 382.
Phthisis pulmonalis as a neurosis, 379.

Erythema scarlatiniform, 203.
Esophagoscope, diagnostic importance of

excising tissue pieces through the, 49.
Exucative pleuritis, an early sign of, 203.
Febrile diseases, difficulties in the diago

nosis of certain, 125.

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