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CLINICAL REVIEW

A Journal of Practical Medicine and Surgery.

GEO. HENRY CLEVELAND, M. D.

EDITOR.

ISSUED MONTHLY.

VOLUME XVIII.

April, 1903-September, 1903.

CHICAGO.
Cleveland Press, Publishers.

1903.

LIBRAT

3.

ORIGINAL ARTICLES.

Page

Local Treatment in Gynæcology-Mar-
tin.

1

MARTIN, FRANKLIN H.

Local Treatment in Gynæcology. 1

Conditions Benefitted by Local Treat-

ment.

92

Dysmenorrhea

172

Sterility

247

The Perineum.

345

Melancholia; Paretic Dementia; Organic
Dementia-Brower

188

Pathogenesis of Locomotor Ataxia-

Hassin.

258

Pathogenesis of Locomotor Ataxia (Con-

tinued)-Hassin

330

Pathogenesis of Locomotor Ataxia (con-

cluded)-Hassin .

113

RITTENHOUSE, WM.

The Albuminuria of Pregnancy : 81
Report of a Case of Choroidal Sarcoma
Colburn.

87
Report of Two Cases of Labor in De-
formed Pelves-De Lee.

. 401

SIFTON, H. A.

Semilunar Cartilages, Their Anat-

omy and Surgery

431

STEWART, A. P.

Gastric Ulcer: Its Diagnosis and In-

dications for Surgical Interven-

tion. .

... 241

Semilunar Cartilages, Their Anatomy

and Surgery-Sifton

431

Sterility-Martin .

247

The Albuminuria of Pregnancy-Ritten-

house..

81

The Perineum-Martin .

345
Two Cases of Multiple Neuritis.-Kuh , 321
Typhoid Fever in Infancy and Child-
hood-Cotton.

. 161

CATALOGUES
AUG 3 1904

E. H. B.

APPLIED MEDICINE.

· 214

Page.
Flatulence

57
Emergency Hæmorrhage

57
Local Anästhesia and Herniotomy 58
Tonsillitis .

58
A Rubefacient.

59
For Dandruff

59
Lithium Bromide for Epilepsy

59
Treatment of Measles .

60
Acute Urethritis. .

121
Dandruff . .

121
To Avert Suppuration in Buboes 121
For Dysphagia .

125
A Protective Bandage.

122
Compression for Aneurism

123
Alkalies for Pain .

123
Quinine by Intramuscular Injection . 123
Heroin ..

123
For Epilepsy

124
Pulmonary or Intestinal Hæmorrhage . 124
For Ringworm

125
For Earache

125
Acute Myocarditis.

125
Anginal Paroxysm

126
Acute Albuminuria after Scarlet Fever.126
Neurasthenia.

127
Hebra's Asiatic Pill.

127
Calomel Hypodermics in Syphilis . 127
Malarial Hepatitis

127
Nocturnal Incontinence of Urine. 128
A Therapeutic Revival.

128
Gonorrhæal Synovitis .

209
Hebra's Diachylon Ointment

209
Seat Worms

209
Yohimbine as an Aphrodisiac .

210
For Splenic Enlargement .

. 210
Gastric Fermentation .

210
Excretion of Lithium

210
Internal Hæmorrhoids

211
Vomiting of Pregnancy

212
Pleuritic Pains .

212
Hepatic Stimulant

212
Eczema of the Ear

213
Soft Chancre . .

213
Menstrual Pain in Virgins

213
To Mask Creosote.

214
Exercise in Tuberculosis.

211

Page,
Artificial Serum for Neuralgia .
Questionable Therapeutics.

. 215
Movable Kidney

. 215
Gastric and Duodenal Hæmorrhage . . 215
Schleich's Method of Treating Wounds. 216
Hunyadi Powders.

216
For Acne.

. 216
An Insufflation Powder .

279
Acute Catarrhal Conjunctivitis . 279
Chronic Synovitis.

280
For Quinsy.

280
Spasmodic Asthma :

280
Acne Vulgaris.

281
Ascites.

281
Bedsores

282
Calomel Hypodermics for Syphilis.

282
Gelatin for Hæmoptysis .

283
Emetic for Children .

283
Lithium ..

283
Quinine and Pregnancy

283
Gastric Fermentation

284
Camphor for Ulcer of Leg .

.284
Pruritus

.281
To Disinfect a Suit of Clothes .

285
Diet in Round Ulcer

285
Olive Oil and Gall Stones

286
Baldness.

287
Round Worms

287
Methylene Blue

. 288
Toxic Effects of Urotropin

. 288
White Lotion in Acne.

289
Fissure in Ano .

385
Drug Rashes

. 385
General Treatment of Summer Diar-
rhoras of Infants

386
Hiccough.

387
Quinine

387
So-called “Tasteless" Syrup of Quinine.451
Seasickness

451
Credé's Ointment

151
For Toothache.

452
Movable Kidney

452
Constipation

452
Arrhenal..

453
Administering Magnesia

454
Eye Wash .

154

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APRIL, 1903

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Original Elrticles.

LECTURES ON GYNÆCOLOGY.-By FRANKLIN

H. MARTIN, M. D., Professor of Gynæcology, Post
Graduate Medical School, Chicago.

METHODS OF HOME AND OFFICE TREATMENT.

I will limit my remarks to methods of treatment which are particularly applicable to the office and the home, and which exclude purely surgical means, the latter being discussed to better advantage in the surgical ampitheatre.

WATER AS A MEANS OF LOCAL TREATMENT.

A means of relief of incalculable importance in the local treatment of gynæcological patients is the proper use of hot water, a remedy which is not duly appreciated.

The Douche. Hot water used as a vaginal douche cleanses and stimulates. As a stimulant it contracts the blood vessels. Contracting the blood vessels stimulates the circulation by increasing its rapidity, and by increasing the rapidity of the circulation you increase the nutrition of the pelvic organs supplied by the contracted vessels, and this, in turn, stimulates the nutrition of the whole economy of the patient.

When hot water douches are employed for their stimulating effect they should be used with the patient in a recum. bent position, either on her back or in Sims position or in the knee-chest posture. To accomplish the maximum stimulating effect to the organs by the use of hot water it is necessary for

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