The American Practitioner, Volumes 33-34

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Contents

Acute Yellow Atrophy of the Liver Terminating in Recovery
118
Surgery of the Urinary Bladder By John R Wathen A B M D
121
Scarlet Fever
147
Surgical Treatment of Ascites Due to Hepatic CirrhosisEpiplopexy
156
Arsenic Poisoning
160
Report of Five Cases By August Schachner M D
161
Sebaceous Cyst By Dr M F Coomes
175
Boggess W F M D
178
Iodic Purpura with Fever
182
Kidney Stone By Dr Ewing Marshall
193
Differential Diagnosis of Smallpox and Chickenpox
199
Shall Health Boards Sell Antitoxin in Competition with the Regular Drug Trade?
200
Latent Malaria By George B Young M D
201
BoroChloretone the New Surgical Dressing By Walter P Ellis M D
213
C M D
229
Three Dangerous Operations
232
LEACH W J M D
234
Epilepsy Following AppendicitisContinued Report By Dr J W Irwin 187
235
Smallpox in Kentucky and Indiana
237
Cancer of the Stomach Report of a Case of By William A Jenkins A M M D 161
240
Tuberculosis of Testicle and Epididymis Treatment of By Irvin Abell M D
241
KINNAIRD JAMES B M D
252
Abortion of Gonorrheal Ophthalmia By Warwick M Cowgill M D
260
Umbilical Hernia Operation for By Dr W H Wathen
262
Overfeeding and Cancer
267
Four Hundred Dollar Prize 39
276
Cancer The Lymphatic Glands
284
Gastric Lavage By H H Roberts M D
294
Louisville Clinical Society
297
Clinical Lecture on Idiopathic Dilatation of the Esophagus
316
Vaginal Puncture and Incision
319
Simple Procedure for Increasing the Amount of Fat in Diluted and Sterilized Cows
320
Materia Medica and Therapeutics During the Past Century The Improvement
327
LASLEY W W M D
335
New York Academy of MedicineSection on Orthopedic Surgery 34 106 345 427
345
Congenital Anterior Displacement of the Hip
347
Smallpox in Indiana
355
Gonorrhea and Marriage
358
Special Notices
360
Louisville Clinical Society
361
Differentiation of Varicella and Variola By Ewing Marshall M D
388
Malaria
397
Some Sources of Error in Skiagraphs
398
Spinal Anesthesia with Tropacocaine
399
Some Things That Should Not be Forgotten by the General Practitioner By Bittle
412
Obstructions of the Nasal Passages By M F Coomes A M M D
417
WALKER EDWIN M D
420
MARSHALL EWING M D
434
Diphtheria Treatment of By J W Pearce M D 45
437
Wearing of Gloves at Operations and the Infection of Wounds from the Atmosphere
438
Optic Atrophy Due to Mumps
440
PERRY W R M D
79
DUNN J T M D 263
98
Acute Articular Rheumatism By J J Wakefield M D
104
Phlyctenular Inflammation of the Cornea By M F Coomes A M M D
113
Early Treatment of Disability Following Infantile Paralysis 32
135
Southern Medical College Association
148
Nasal Obstructions By Dudley S Reynolds A M M D
150
Acute Delirium and Uremia
156
Physicians as Business Men
158
Night Sweats in Phthisis
160
Webbed Fingers Operation
166
Suggestive Therapeutics or Psychological Medicine By Anna G Sedam M D 167
167
Supraorbital Reflex
198
Plea for More Careful Study of Diagnosis A By T Atchison Frazer M D 372
199
Special Notices
200
Therapeutics of Xrays By James B Kinnaird M D
207
Xrays in Lupus The Use
215
Yellow Fever Spread
232
Enno Sanders Prize 19011902 76
240
ORENDORF HENRY M D
249
Stricture of the Esophagus By Dr H N Leavell
253
Therapeutic Uses of the Xray with Report of Cases By Jesse T Dunn M D 263
263
Adrenalin as a Hemostatic
279
Treatment of Erysipelas and Septic Wounds and Ulcers
280
Present Status of Radiotherapy and Radiography By M F Coomes A M M D 287
287
Agglutination in Typhoid Infection
316
Quinine Rash with Report of a Case
319
Notes on Obstetrics by a Country Doctor By C L Venable M D
325
FLOYD BENJAMIN L W M D 9 426
328
Typhoid Fever in the Country By B F Fyke M D
331
Gallbladder By J Lively Johnson M D 107
342
RAU ERNEST M D
345
348
348
Strictures of the Urethra Results Obtainable in the Treatment of Dense Tight
356
American Medical Association The New President of the
357
GARNETT R E M D 384
384
Report of a Case of Articular Rheumatism with Peculiar Heart Action By H
391
GARVIN T H M D 393
393
Obscure Case of Intestinal Obstruction By B F Fyke M D
394
Gastroenteric Flatulence 160
416
GREENLEY T B M D 81
426
Worlds Fair the Plague and Smallpox The
435
Antivaccination Hospitals
438
BAILEY W O M D
449
Report of Surgical Cases By Dr William H Wathen
452
Congenital Dislocation of the Hip
462
Cutaneous Diseases
473
Recovery
474
Heart in Pneumonia The 478
478
Retention of Urine with Report of Cases By E M Frey M D

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