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Cystitis, one case of.
Doctor-Patient, observations of a..
Fractures and sprains, the operative treatment of. 127
General practitioner, unwarranted encroachments of
the, upon the fields of the eye, ear, nose and throat
other parts of the body than the eye, by the use
Mastoiditis, acute, with report of cases.
Medullary narcosis, technic of.
Pelvic disease, appendicitis in relation to.
Sclerosis, posterolateral, with reports of cases.
though many symptoms and conditions in common. 146
Surgery, mortality, disability, and permanency of
Therapy, the need of a more rational..
Tuberculosis, pulmonary, diagnosis of latent.
Calculus, ureteral, a case of.
Carcinoma of the colon.
Pylorus, obstructed, due to adhesions from a cholecystitis
320 Renal tubuculosis, nephrectomy in a case of.
113 Rheumatism, muscular, case of, combined with neurasthenia
366 Sarcoma of the femur, a successful case of hip-joint amputation for..
132 Scrotum, ablation of.
91 Septicemia, a case of, in which antistreptococcus serum was employed..
11 Serum. antistreptococcus, employed in a case of septicemia
11 Serum, a case of erysipelas treated with.
153 Skull, cerebrospinal fluid in a case of fracture of.
13 Spine, fracture of; operation.
Thigh, a case of deformity of the, resulting from an
436 Testicle, a case of torsion of..
418 Tuberculosis, renal, nephrectomy in a case of..
113 Tubercular peritonitis, pulmonary tuberculosis, cystic ovaries, and appendicitis, a case of
437 Ureteral calculus, a Urethral stricture, a case of, with formation of false passage
366 Urethritis, an obstinate case of.
12 Uterine fibroid, a, with symptoms of malignant dis
113 Uterus, two cases of relaxation of the, during curettement under anesthesia..
135 schools 56 Legislation, medical.
75 Advertising in medical journals. 388 Mayor's medical municipal appointments, the.
265 A. M. A., the Portland meeting of.
349 A. M. A., meeting, full trains to. 174 Medical society, the county.
74 A. M. A., meeting, plans for the.
285 Asepsis, censor..
267 Minnesota State Board of Medical Examiners, the.. 245 Association journal, an, announcement. 441 National department of health.
300 Bacterial infections. 115 Neuritis, multiple.
301 Barium chlorid.. 115 Osteopaths, Missouri decision against.
136 Bone-setter, the, in jail. 369 Osler, Dr. William.
97 Brain surgery, the founder of.
419 Cerebrospinal meningitis, epidemic of. 158 Personal injury witnesses.
97 City physician, candidates for.. 213 Pharmacists, for better.
38 Commissions on prescriptions.. 391 Politics, medical, and other forms.
16 Contagious diseases, healers obliged to report. 194 Post-graduate medical school of the University of Contract medical practice...
388 Councilors, the, and their duties. 442 Quacks under a cloak of philanthropy.
350 Directory, American medical.. 370 Reciprocity laws of Minnesota.
144 Electrical apparatus, the late Dr. Spring's. 159 Reflexes, the deep..
322 Epidemic diseases.. 300 Rheumatism, formic acid and.
266 Epidemics, the cure of, by drugs.
322 Rheumatism, thyroid treatment of chronic articular... 174 Epileptics' with eye-strain.. 16 Sanatoria for tuberculosis
390 Example, a good... 443 Social side of professional life, the.
37 Experts, fees for.
193 Filtration bonds.
232 Foreword, a..
233 Gullible public, the. 116 Therapeutic value of dry hot air, the.
245 Healers obliged to report contagious diseases. 194 Transactions, the..
443 Hennepin County Medical Society, the annual meet
173 ing of the... 157-192 Tuberculosis, the fight against.
157 Honorable mention. 246 Tuberculosis, sanatoria for.
391 Hospitals in small towns. 213 University hospital, the..
349 Hospital league. 136 Utah transactions, the.
323 Hypnotism, scientific.
18 Utah State Medical Association, transactions of the.. 119 Impulsive scientific conclusions. 266 Vaccination, importance of..
67 Inebriates, an asylum for... 75 Valuable information.
76 Insanity, classification and diognosis of. 420 Vetoes of two governors, the.
173 Japanese army, the low death-rate in. 369 Webster's Dr. address.
174 Last call, the... 214 What makes a city?.
Cancer of the stomach, Solomon's test in.
55 Leukemia, acute myelocystic..... Casts in urine
Malaria and infective endocarditis Cytodignosis of plural and cerebrospinal fluids. 191 Occult blood in the stools in gastric disease. Diazo-reaction in tuberculosis.
244 Occult blood in feces.. Endocarditis, infective, malaria and.
134 Pleural and cerebrospinal fluids, cytodagnosis of. Feces, occult blood in....
439 Poisoning, lead, gastric findings in cases of. Ficker's modification of Widal reaction..
134 Stomach, fasting, contents, examination of.
244 Urine, casts in.. Leucocytosis in gynecological cases.
348 Widal reaction, Ficker's modification of. Leucocytes in normal blood, estimating.
14 439 191 244 348 244
14 134 134
Alling, The Medical Epitome Series, Diseases of the
215 Ball, Modern Ophthalmology
139 Barry, Port Arthur.
195 Bickham, A Text-Book of Operative Surgery
268 Billings, General Medicine
138 Binnie, Manual of Operative Surgery.
77 Bryant. Operative Surgery.
249 Da Costa, Modern Surgery: General and Operative. 302 Davis, The Self-Cure of Consumption Without Medicine
79 Eisendrath. A Text-Book of Clinical Anatomy
287 Ellis, Studies in the Psychology of Sex..
159 Findley, Gynecological Diagnosis.
371 Freund, Elements of General Radio-Therapy for Practitioners
78 Galbraith, The Four Epochs of Woman's Life
268 Hare, Progressive Medicine.
215 Hare, Progressive Medicine.
248 Hare, A Text-Book of The Practice of Medicine. 159 Health and Disease in Relation to Marriage and the Married State.
351 Hirst, A Text-Book of Diseases of Women
286 Hollis, Medical Diagnosis.
Hyde, A Practical Treatise on Diseases of the Skin... 139
214 Kelly, International Clinics.
267 Mason, The Office Treatment of Rectal Diseases. 286 Massey,
Conservative Gynecology and Electro-
269 McFarland, A Text-Book Upon the Pathogenic Bacteria
303 Pharmacopeia of the United States of America. The.. 392 Roosa and Davis-Hand-Book of the Anatomy and Diseases of the Eye and Ear..
138 Satterthwaite, Diseases of the Heart and Aorta.. 371 Stengel. A Text-Book of Pathology.
287 Stevens, A Manual of the Practice of Medicine.
78 Stone. A Text-Book on Operative Surgery
268 Stimson, Stimson on Fractures and Dislocations. 302 Stimson. Fractures and Dislocations.
392 Webster's International Dictionary.
196 Welch & Welch & Schamberg on Acute Contagious Diseases
302 Wood, Chemical and Microscopical Diagnosis.
267 Wright, Pharmacology of the Fluid Extracts.
286 Wright, A Text-Book on Obstetrics..
The lachrymal passages begin with the puncta ily, and as a secondary condition we have the lacrimalia. These little points lie on the free swelling and phlegmonous conditions that charborder of the upper and lower lid, and at the acterize the interference with the drainage of inner extremity of the lids at a point where the the eye. The physiological action of the tears tarsus terminates. They are situated on small is to lubricate the eye. Most of the tears are prominences, the lachrymal papillæ, and form supplied by the lachrymal glands, but the conthe orifices of the lachrymal canals. The canal junctival surface furnishes a considerable quanin the upper lid runs upward slightly, and in tity of these. In the act of winking the tears the lower lid slightly downwards; then they bend are carried, by gentle compression of the lids, at right angles to enter the lachrymal sac. Into into the puncta, a valve-like action is also prothis they enter separately or from a short com duced on the tear sacs by the compression of the mon trunk. At the inner canthus of the eye the lids in the act of winking, and if no obstruction lachrymal sac is situated. The lachrymal bone exists in the tear channels the eyes are properly bounds the sac on the inner side, while to the drained. The remote effects of stricture of the front and end side it is inclosed by the middle tear-ducts are shown in ulcers of the cornea and palpebral ligament. This relation of the lach ectropion. The immediate effects are manifest rymal to the internal palpebral ligament enables in the annoyance from constantly wiping the us to determine the position of the sac-a mat eyes, and from the nose a serious phlegmonous ter of importance when operations are concerned type of inflammation arises, which attacks the -at a spot where the cleft of the lachrymal bone tear-sac. merges into the bony canal. This is the narrow The frequency with which these strictures are: est part of the canal and is especially liable to met with makes it important that the causative stricture. From this point the canal passes down factors should be early understood, and, as far wards, and enters into the nose just below the as may be, thoroughly removed. Diseases of the inferior turbinated body. The mucous
nasal mucosa, in perhaps the majority of inbrane of the sac and duct forms a continuous stances, are accountable for these strictures. In whole. The posterior wall of the lachrymal sac, the treatment of a large number of these-in being bony, makes this part easily distended by fact, in more than two-thirds of the cases-I the presence of fluids. The structures compris
found mucous hypertropluies, hypertrophy of the ing the front of the sac, being soft and yield turbinated bodies, or deviations of the nasal ing, are easily distended, and this is shown by the septa, as causative of the epiphora or stricture swelling at this point. The duct proper is un
which resulted. I know of no class of cases yielding, hence, congestions, resulting from colds, which will give a physician more annoyance than produce strictures within the tear-duct, and they
these when the stricture is located in the bony become manifest by the overflow of tears primar- portion of the tear-duct ; for in this class of cases
you are so apt to find a chronic inflammation of •Delivered at the Utah State Medical Association, Ogden, Utah, May 10 and 11, 1904.
the tear-sac and all its accompanying disagree