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Contents

Animal Extracts Caution in the Use of 194
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Christian Science
78
STUCKY THOMAS HUNT M D Ph D 52
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Special Notices
80
HACKENBERG G P M D
81
Larva Echinococcus of Tænia Echinococcus Report of a Case By Joseph
84
HAYS JOHN EDWIN A M M D 208
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Stomach Lesions of the
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Chloroform Deaths under
102
Neuritis Multiple A Severe Case of 159
106
Heart Dilatation of the 477
107
Cocaine in Surgery The Use of By Edward Pendleton 458
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Laryngeal Paralysis Clinical Observations on By J Morrison Ray M D 489
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Orchitis Due to Typhoid Bacilli 436
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Cholera
150
Asafetida in Obstetrical and Gynecological Practice 318
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PALMER E R M D 361
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Bullet Wound A Remarkable 198
165
Convention Episode 514
170
Cactus Grandiflorus 76
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Cerebral Hemispheres The Compensatory Action of the
186
Heart Large
188
Tight Lacing and GallStones
192
Medical Testimony by a Midwife 519
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COOMBS S W M D 376
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Mercurials in Ophthalmic Practice The Use of By S G Dabney M D 161
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A Case By J W OConnor M D 328
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Variola with its Antitoxin The Treatment of 477
232
Chapman Dr Carroll 435
233
Suggestion and Crime
235
Pasteur Institute and Vivisection 438
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COTTELL H A M D
241
J M D 91
258
Mindless Frog
273
Vivisection Controversy
274
Cholera Immunity and Susceptibility with Reference
277
Croupous Pneumonia in Infancy By S W Coombs M D 376
279
Vogt Professor Carl The Late 517
283
Epithelioma Following SkinGrafting
287
Physometra or Tympanites Uteri
297
Cincinnati Obstetrical Society The May 2 1895
304
To Spit or Not to Spit
317
Circumcision An Easy and Ready Method
319
Chloral By T W Forshee M D
341
Water Gas Poisoning by 199
343
Helium The Discovery of
358
Montana Medical Legislation in
359
DAVIS GEORGE E M D
367
Sulphonal Trional and Tetronal
387
Chloral Poisoning A Chemical Antidote for
389
Hemiplegia without Brain Change 476
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Actinomycosis
394
Tuberculin Injection Report from an Early Case
399
A New Intestinal Astringent By Dr De Buck
401
De BUCK DR
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Why So Many Doctors? 109
411
Patellar Tendonreflexes during Pregnancy
431
Diabetes and Glycosuria The Diagnosis of by Examination of the Blood 186
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Diphtheria Second Attack
479
Diphtheria Sequelæ and General Treatment of By Thomas Hunt Stucky M D
503
Physicians Average Duration of Life Among 319
505
Morphomania Cured by Gradually Increasing Doses of Phosphate of Soda 234
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HOWARD JOHN L M D 256
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Tuberculosis and Syphilis The Serum Treatment
517
Trachelorrhaphy Immediate 358
66
Myasthenia Gravis PseudoParalytica 193
67
Hydrochloric Acid in the Stomach Contents Estimation of 68
68
Hyperpyrexia in Cholera Infantum 79
79
Pulmonary Tuberculosis Home Treatment of By A H Stewart M D 217
81
Diphtheria in which Antitoxin was Used Four Cases of By W Ed Grant M D 290
93
Tuberculous Meningitis
102
Traumatic Glycosuria 107
107
Diphtherial Paralysis
109
Tumors Inoperable Malignant Treatment of with Erysipelas and Prodigiosus
115
Four Recent Cases By David Barrow M D
117
Chloroform Deaths under
150
Cholera Transmission of by Flies 158
158
Relation of Pelvic Diseases to Insanity in Women with Report of Cases
166
Actinomycosis Cured by Internal Medication with Potassium Iodide and without
172
Diphtheria The Local Treatment of By J Morrison Ray M D 281
183
Typhoid Bacilli Specific Immunity Reaction
188
Renal Disease and General Paralysis of the Insane 190
190
Acute Infectious Disease with Intestinal Lesions 191
191
Rheumatic Affections Acute Salophen in By H A Richy M D 201
201
Urine in General Paralysis of the Insane
202
Frontal Tumor with Psychical Symptoms
232
Adam and Eve The Fall of 396
236
Diphtheria Treated with Antitoxin Case of 240
240
Anal Fissure or Ulcer 435
267
Retinitis Albuminurica Gravidarum O 430
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Nervous System Diseases of the Some of the Important Aspects of the Thera
272
Rival Monuments at Washington to Hahnemann and Rush 276
276
Dixon Arch M D
279
Doctors Fees A Homily on By W Symington Brown M D 331
287
ROBINSON BYRON M D 368
297
Scurvy The Microbe of 398
306
Gastric Ulcer Perforated Operation forRecovery
310
Dysphemia Stammering 32
311
Tricuspid Insufficiency Diagnosis of
317
SIMPSON F C M D 376
319
ROBERTS H H M D 41
321
WRIGHT THOMAS B M D 325
325
GREEN W O M D
328
Electrotherapy as a Means of Diagnosis in Gynecology
345
Guaiacol as a Local Anesthetic
347
Sleep A New Theory of 156
349
Tubercle Bacilli in Putrid Media Recognition of 72
354
Anatomical Surprise 510
357
Hemorrhage Uterine AntipyrineSalol in the Treatment
359
A Neglected M D By W Symington Brown M D 418
383
Hypertrophic Cirrhosis with Icterus in Children
395
Rupture of Childs Perineum by Midwife 396
396
Hypnotism and Crime 398
398
Empyema in Children
399
RONE K R M D 452
401
Empyema of the Antrum The Surgical Treatment
415
Brewers Yeast in Diabetes 516
418
Epilepsy Treatment
426
201
432
Buried Alive 436
436
Hysteric Simulation
437
Urotropin Hexamethylenetetramin By J A Flexner M D 484
439
Yandell Dr D W 34
475
UreteroVaginal Fistulæ 105
486
Sore Throats in Influenza the Tongue as an Aid to Diagnosis the Difficulties
503
Eucephalitis Acute NonSuppurative 506
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Infantile Scurvy from Sterilized Milk
508
Special Notices 40 80 120 160 200 240 280 320 360 400 440 480 519
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