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RICHMOND MCKINNEY, M.D., Editor.
W. B. ROGERS, M.D.,
C. TRAVIS DRENNEN, M.D., Hot Springs, Ark.
T. J. CROFFORD, M.D.,
LLEWELLYN P. BARBOUR, M.D., Boulder, Col.
A. G. SINOLAIR, M.D.,
B. F. TURNER, M.D.,
W. D. HAGGARD, M.D.,
Contributors to Volume XXII.
BARBEE, J. T., M.D.
MICHIE, W. T., M.D.
BATES, J. P., M.D.
MINOR, J. L., M.D.
BONAIN, A., M.D.
MIRES, J. W., M.D.
BREAZEALE, ELISHA W.
NORMAN, A. C., M.D.
BUFORD, G. G., M. D,
PAQUIN, FELIX, PH.G.
CAUSEY, G. A., M.D.
PENN, G. W., M.D.
COOKE, A. B., M.D.
PFINGST, ADOLPH 0., M.D.
COX, ALLEN E., M.D.
PRESTON, J. H., M.D,
CROOK, JERE LAWRENCE, M.D. RANDLE, E. H.
DEUTSCH, JACOB, M.D.
RAWLINS, JAMES S., M.D.
ELLETT, E. C., M.D.
RICE, STEPHEN E., M.D.
EVANS, W. A., M.D.
ROBINSON, BYRON, M.D.
GILLESPIE, G. B., M.D.
ROBINSON, W.J., M.D.
GOLTMAN, M., M.D.
ROBINSON, W.S., M.D.
HAGGARD, W. D., M.D.
ROHMER, FRANK J., M.D.
HALL, D, M., M.D.
RUNYAN, J. P., M.D.
HAMILTON, F. B., M.D.
RUNYON, F. J., M.D.
HARRIS, CUMMINGS, M.D.
RUSH, J. O., M.D.
HENNING, B. G., M.D.
SIMMONS, C. L., M.D.
HOLDER, E. M., M.D.
SMYTHE, FRANK D., M.D.
JELKS, JOHN L., M.D.
SUTHERLAND, H. L., M.D.
JOHNSON, JOSEPH E., M.D.
TATE, ROBERT W., M.D.
JOHNSTON, C. H., M.D.
TURNER, B. F., M. D.
KRAUSS, WM., M.D.
VAN METER, L, M., M.D.
LERMOYEZ, MARCEL, M.D.
WALLACE, RAYMOND M. S., M.D.
MALONE, BATTLE, M.D.
WESTERVELT, J. DOUGLAS, M.D.
MCCOWN, 0, S., M.D.
WHEELER, F. R., M.D.
McELROY, J. B., M.D.
WILLIAMS, EDWIN, M.D.
MCKINNEY, RICHMOND, M.D.
WYATT, F. M., M.D.
YARBROUGH, L. A., M.D.
PRESS OF S. C. TOOF & CO., MEMPHIS.
Abortion, the treatment of, 212
Abscess, dissecting, of the abdominal wall
producing Pott's disease, simulating
Adenitis, the surgical treatment of tuber-
culous cervical 488
Adenoids, fallacies concerning, 112
Albuminuria, cyclic, 267
Amaurosis, investigations in quinin, 546
American Medical Association, the recent
meeting of the, 38)
American medical diplomas, reciprocity
Anatomy, a text-book of, 672
Anatomy, Woolsey's surgical, 538
Aneurism by means of silver wire and
electricity, the treatment of aortic, 45
Antimicrobes versus antitoxin, 76
Anus, operation for absence of, 431
Appendages, the treatment of suppuration
in the uterine, 321
Appendicitis, 489, 511
Appendicitis, modern aspects of, 651
Army medical department, vacancies in
Arthritis, diagnosis and treatment of
Arthritis, rheumatoid, 426
Bacteriology, Abbott's, 335
Bacteriology and surgical technique for
BARBEE, J. T., M.D., 509
BATES, JOHN PHELAN, M.D., 113
BONAIN, A., M.D., 480
Brain and appendix, surgery of the, 20
BREAZEALE, ELISHA W., 307
BUFORD), G. G., M.D., 108
Cancer of the stomach, medical vs. surgi-
cal treatment of, 315
Cancer, the early diagnosis of uterine, 437
Carbuncles, treatment of, 317
Carcinoma, after results of removal of the
cervix for, 118
CAUSEY, G. A., M.D., 431
Cellular toxins, or the chemical factors in
the causation of disease, a treatise on,
Chancres, extra-genital, with illustrations
and report of case, 113
Chemistry and urine examination, a la-
boratory hand-book of physiologic, 155
Children, primary intestinal tuberculosis
Cholelithiasis, the indications for the sur-
gical treatment of, 316
Cholera, infantile, 132
('horea pharyngis, with perceptible objec-
tive ear noises, 320
Clinics, international, 168, 336, 503
COOKE, A. B., M.D., 536
Cough, compression; its importance in
diagnosing bronchialconstrictions, 190
COX, ALLEN E., M.D., 257, 533
CROOK, JERE LAWRENCE, M.D., 337, 418
Cysts, infected ovarian, 436
Cyst, report of two cases of ovarian, 10
Dacryocystitis, etiology of acute, 98
Dacryoadenitis, tubercular, 97
Deformity, pelvic, in New York, 550
Dementia following gunshot wound, a
case of acute, 264
DeSoto county (Miss., Medical Society, 443
DEUTSCH, JACOB, M.D., 87
Diagnosis, physical, a text-book of, 670
Diagnosis, practical, 671
Diagnosis, somesuggestions in clinical, 408
Diarrheas of children, the leucocyte count
in the summer, 512
Diarrhea, treatment of summer, 402
Diet in fevers, 174
Diet lists and sick room dietary, 167
Dietetics, practical, 391
Diphtheria and diphtheritic antitoxin as
a specific, 218
Diphtheria, diagnosis and treatment of,143
Diphtheria, measles, scarlet fever and
German measles, 392
Diphtheria, serum therapy in laryngeal,
Diphtheria, the decreasing prevalence of,
Diseases, Hayden on venereal, 111
Disease, kidney, in the insane, 188
Diseases of the ear, nose and throat, the
nerve element of, 518
Diseases, skin, considered generally and as
applied to particular diseases, ihe im-
portance of diagnosis in, 511
Displacement, muscular atony an impor-
tant factor in uterine, 101
Dysentery, amebic, 109
Dysentery, chronic, three months office
experience in the treatment of, 630
Early deaths: How can we limit them and
protect ourselves against them? 30
Eclampsia, puerperal, 128
ELLETT, E. C., M.D., 68
Empyema, surgical treatment of, 515
Encyclopedia, American Edition of Noth-
Entero-colitis, acute, 485
Epistaxison a family form of recurring, 41
Epithelioma of the larynx in a twenty-
five year-old male, operation without
return twenty months later, 270
Erythema bullosum et gyratum, 93
EVANS, W. A., M.D., 189
Expectoration following thoracocentesis,
Feeding after weaning, 272
Febris innominata, 15
Fevers, feeding in, 647
Fevers of Northeastern Arkansas, 254
Fevers of the Mississippi Delta, the, con-
Fevers of the South, classification of the,
Fevers of the South, the continued, 169
Fever, pernicious malarial, 333
Fevers, Southern, 219
Fever, typhoid, 133, 186
Fever, typhoid, a notable improvement in
the therapy of, 597
Fever, typhoid, the bacteriology of, 122
Fever, scarlet, 239
Fever, yellow and its transmission by the
culex mosquito, agreement between
the history of, 266
Formulary, medical news pocket, 112
Fractures of the neck of the femur, diag-
nosis and treatment of, 361
Gall stones, a supplementary report upon
the subject of, 6
Gall stones, cholecystectomy for, 95
Gastritis, the symptoms of chronic non-
GILLESPIE, G, B., M.D., 264
GOLTMAN, M., M.D., 113, 28.5
Guide for the operating room, a nurse's,671
Gynecology, a inanual of, 279
Gynecology and its present perfected
status, a brief sketch of the evolution
Gynecology, Dudley's, 558
HAGGARD, WILLIAM D., M.D., 57
HALL, D. M., M.D., 617
“ Hall of Fame," is the medical profession
entitled to representation in the? 337
HAMILTON, F. B., M.D., 126
HARRIS, CUMMINGS, M.D., 611
Heart lesions,with special reference to the
uterus, some remote effects of, 506
Heart, rupture of the report of a case, 641
Hematuria, or hemoglobinuria, malarial,
HENNING, B. G., M.D., 133, 348, 505
Heredity, a novel point in, 325
Hernia, a new procedure for the radical
cure of, 91
Hernias, atlas and epitome of abdominal,
Histology, a text-book of, 615
Histology, the essentials of, 416
History-taking in geueral practice, the
value of, 594
HOLDER, E. M., M.D., 20
Hospital, a modern, 468
Hyviene, a manual of personal, 110
Huxley lecture, Prof. Welch's, 302
Hysterectomy, recovery after, 100
Icterus as a complication of pregnancy,
epidemic catarrhal, 282
Immigrants,the barring of tuberculous,162
Infancy and childhood, a text-book on
the diseases of, 616
Infancy and childhood, the diseases of, 515
Injured, a manual of instruction in the
principles of prompt aid to the, 146
Injured and sirk, first aid to the, 56
Iritis and keratitis, report of two cases,
Insanity, a practical manual of, 280
Insanity by removal of abnormal pelvic
conditions, prevention and cure of, 192
Intestines, diseases of the, 279
Intra-spinal cocainization, analgesia by,
Life assurance, medical examination for,
Life, the four epochs of woman's, 56
Lithiasis, pulmonary, 92
Magnolias bloom, where the, 279
Malaria, ciliary neuralgia in consequence
Malaria, quinin in, 562
MALONE, BATTLE, M.D., 361
Man, the composite, 147
writing, medical Latin and medical
MCCOWN, 0. S., 248, 108
MCELROY. J. B., M.D., 169, 562, 617
MCKINNEY, RICHMOND, M.D., 289, 412,
Medical Society of the State of Tennes-
Medical Society of the State of Tennessee,
Memphis meeting of the, 160
Medical Society of the State of Tennessee,
the sixty-ninth annual meeting of
Medicine and some of its tendencies, 617
Medicine, a text-book of, 55
Memphis and Shelby County Medical So-
ciety, 2.2, 331, 141. 199. 609, 668
Memphis Hospital Medical College, com-
mencement exercises of the, 533
Memphis Medical Society, 165
Memphis, the health of, 553
Menstruation, thoughts on, 368
Metastasis, puerperal, 191
Methemoglobinuria, further considera-
tions in the pathology of malarial, 177
MICHIE, W. T., M.D., 622
Midwifery, practical, Reynolds & Newell's,
MINOR, J. L., M.D., 424
MIRES, J. W., M D., 174
Morphinism and narcomania, 280
Myocarditis, chronic, 156
Myology, ophthalmic, 335
Myomectomy vs. hysterectomy, 552
Necroscopy and its medico-legal relations,
a brief of, 504
Nervous system, the diagnosis of disorders
of the central, 527
Neuropathic and psychopathic, hospitals
for the, 510
NORMAN, A. C., M.D., 185
Nose, pharynx and ear, diseases of the, 390
Nursing, manual of childbed, 280
Obstruction, a new study of mitral, 314
Organs, injuries to internal, 525
Operation, preparation of the patient for
Ophthalmia neonatorum, or infantile
Ophthalmos, on compression and ligation
of the common carotid artery in the
treatment of pulsating, 318
Ophthalmoscopy, a manual of, 224
Otitis media, treatment of chronic sup-
Otology, atlas and epitome of, 336
Pancreatis, the causes and varieties of
chronic interstitial, 312
PAQUIN, FELIX, PH. G., 394
Paresis, etiology of, 313
Pathology, a report in gynecological, 323
Penis, carcinoma of, 317
PENN, G. W., M.D., 118, 575
Perineum, preventive treatment of rup-
Peritoneal cavity, natural method of
draining the, 48
JELKS, JOHN L., M.D., 630
JOHNSON, JOSEPH E., M.D., 519
JOHNSTON, C. H., M.D., 102
Jones, Frank, M.D., 330
Kidnev as a pathological factor, the, 118
King Edward's illness, 387
KRAUSS, WILLIAM, M.D., 122, 177, 602
Labor begins, when and why, 552
Laryngitis, acute infectious, submucous,99
Laryngology, Grayson's, 559
Larynx operated on successfully by the
endo-laryngeal route,cancer of the, 480
Larynx,surgery of the, 384
Larynx, tuberculoma of the, 549
LERMOYEZ, MARCEL, DR., 582
Leucocytosis as a point of diagnosis in
Peritoneum, tuberculosis of the, 159
Peritonitis, caused by stomach'contents,
experimental investigations on, 434
Peritonitis complicating appendicitis and
its prevention, the cause of diffuse, 156
Peritonitis, treatment of general, 383
Peritonitis, treatment of inoperable
PFINGST, A DOLPH 0., M.D., 450
Pharmacology, a text-book of, 54
Pharyngeal lymphoid tissue, hyperplasia
of the, a siudy of, 435
Physiology, a compend of human, 672
Physiology, essentials of, 55
Pregnancy, tubal, 158
PRESTON,'J. H., M.D., 15
Prevention, a step in, 438
Progressive medicine, 112, 278, 390, 670
Prostatic hypertrophy, the surgical treat-
ment of chronic, 433
Pure food and pure food laws, 394
Quinin, experiments with a modified
form of, 536
RANDLE, E. H., 76, 522
RAWLINS, JAMES S, M.D., 82, 92, 529
Report, clinical, of three rather peculiar
Respiratory tract, intratracheal medica-
tion in diseases of the, 493
Rheumatism, gonorrheal, 302
RICE, STEPHEN E., M.D., 150
Ringworm, an epidemic of, 539
ROBINSON, BYRON, B. S., M.D., 368
ROBINSON, W. J., M.D., 538
ROBINSON, W. S., M.D., 516
ROHMER, FRANK J., M.D., 306
RUNYAN, J. P., M.D., 1
RUNYON, F. J., M.D., 212, 282
RUSH, J. O., M.D., 525
Salt solution, the therapeutic value of
Saratoga meeting, the, 374
Sensationalism, the mistake of, 439
Sepsis from a surgical standpoint, treat-
ment of acute puerperal, 273
Serum therapy, a claim for priority in the
suggestion of, 522
Service, a public health, 103
SIMMONS, C. L., M.D., 301
Sinuses, remote results of operations per-
formed upon the frontal and maxil.
Skin, a treatise on diseases of the, 447
SMYTHE, FRANK D., M.D., 6
Stab wound of the heart, a case of suture
Stomach and bowels, gunshot wounds of,
Stomach, diseases of the, 560)
Stomach,with illustrations, bour-glass,285
Suggestions, timely, 87
Summer complaint, 306
Surgery, abdominal, 576
Surgery and bandaging, Wharton's
Surgery,atlas and epitome of operative,336
Surgery, growth and development of
SUTHERLAND, H. L., M.D., 183
Tabes, infantile, 513
TATE, ROBERT W., M.D., 10, 459
Tetanus and vaccination, 544
Therapeutics, a system of physiologic,
Therapeutics, a text-book of practical, 504
Thrombusis, post-operative crural, 551
Tonsils, acute inflammation of the, 436
Tonsils, pathological, with some consid-
eration of treatment, 289
Tonsil, sarcoma of the, 600
Tonsil, the epipharyngeal, 99
Tri-State Medical Association, nineteenth
annual meeting of the, 494
Tri-State Medical Association of Missis.
sippi, Arkansas and Tennessee, 057
Tri-State Medical Association, the ap-
proaching meeting of, 554
Tri-State meeting, the, 605, 655
Tuberculosis and the organ of hearing, 271
Tuberculosis, individual predisposition in
the development of, 487
Tuberculosis, the intercommunicability
of human and bovine, 313
Tuberculosis, the malnutrition of, 155
Tuberculosis, the prevention of, 458
Tumor, fibroid, removed by supravaginal
TURNER, B. F., M.D., 527
Uterus and vagina, abnormalities of the,
Uvula, hereditary double, 515
Vagina, with report of case, atresia of
VAN METER, L. M., M.D., 35,5
Varicocele, with unusual termination,
operation for, 538
Virchow, Rudolph, 556
WALLACE, RAYMOND, M. S., M.D., 594
WESTERVELDT, J. DOUGLAS, M.D., 302
WHEELER, F. R., M.D., 251
WILLIAMS, EDWIN, M.D., 644
Womb, the mechanical or combined plas.
tic and mechanical treatment of retro-
version of the, 47
Wood, General Leonard, 386
WYATT, F. M., M.D., 428
YARBROUGH, L. A., M.D, 259
Year-book of medicine and surgery for
1902, the American, 224
Year-books, the practical medicine series
of, 110, 168, 224, 501, 560
BRARY MEDICAL MONTHLY.
I FULLY appreciate the honor your Secretary has conferred on me in selecting me to address you upon this occasion. It is with many misgivings on my part, I assure you, that I come before you today, feeling as I do the responsibility that must be assumed by one who undertakes to do my subject justice. I most earnestly crave your kind indulgence if I fail to meet your expectations and shall ask you to wreak vengeance on the one who so justly deserves your condemnation—the Secretary.
From the time of the discovery of general anesthesia may properly be reckoned the conceptiou of modern surgery, and from the discovery of the principles of asepsis and antisepsis dates its birth. During the past decade surgery has progressed and developed more than it had for a whole century prior to that time. One of our chief factors which has been the means of giving impetus to the growth of modern surgery is the bacteriological laboratory. The laboratory is to surgical pathology what anatomy is to the study of plıysiology—the foundation.
* Annual Address in Surgery delivered before the Tri-State Medical Association (Miss. Ark. & Tenn.) Memphis, November 19, 1901.