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NORTH CAROLINA



MEDICAL JOURNAL.



EDITORS :

THOMAS F. WOOD, M.D.,
GEO. GILLETT THOMAS, M.D.



Volumes XXIII and



WILMINGTON, N. C:

JACKSON & BELL, WATER-POWER PRINTERS.
1889.



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-TlLbortion in Chicago, v 23... 125

Acetanilidein skin diseases, v

23 477

Acetic acid in diphtheria, v
23 238

Aconite in acute dysentery, v
23 393

Adulteration of food and drugs,
the necessity of State in-
tervention to prevent, F P
Venable, v 23 186

Agnew, Dr Cornelius R, por-
trait of, v 24 381

Alleghanies, in the heart of
the, v23 45

Amblyopia produced by men-
strual suppression, Charles
WKollock, v23 38

American Armamentarium
Chirurgicum, v 24 370

American Medical Associa-
tion meeting, v 23 478

American Physicians and Sur-
geons, Congress of, v 24 235

American Public Health Asso-
ciation in Brooklyn, v 24 313

Amputations from a patholo-
gical and medico-legal
stand-point, Prof Middle-
ton Michel, v24 321

Aneurysm, aortic, cured by
lighting the right common
carotid and subclavian
arteries, v 23 141

Aneurysm, aortic, report of a
case of, F T Merriwether,
v 23 385

Angle of the neck of the fe-
mur, v 24 413

Annual, International Medi-
cal, v23 274

Annual of the Universal Med-
ical Sciences, Charles E
Sajous, v24 297

Annual Report of the Super-
vising Surgeon-General of
the Marine Hospital Ser-
vice of the United States
for the Fiscal Year 1889, v
24 430



Antifebrin, v 24 73

Antifebrin in quinsy, v 24 383

Antifebrin in tetanus, v 23 239

Antipyrin, v 24 73

Antipyrin in acute coryza, v

23 235

Antipyrin in chorea and teta-
nus, v 24 73

Antipyrin in diabetes, v 24 233

363
Antipyrin in malarial fevers,

Wm T Prout. v 24 405

Antipyrin in nasal haemor-
rhage and intra-nasal dis-
ease, v 23 3S4

[! Aphorisms in aseptic and anti-
septic surgery and gyne-
cology, F T Merriwether,

v23 1

Apomoiphiue, is, a safe emet-
ic? v 23 269-394

1 1 Appleton prize, successful com

petitor for the, v23 448

I Aruold. Dr J W S, sketch of,

v24 142

; Aseptic and Antiseptic mid-
wifery, history and de-
velopmentof, LB Brough-

ton, v23 405

Asylums for the insane, the
future service in our, v 24 209

-t>ahnson, Dr H T The pub-
lic water-supply of towns
and cities in North Caro-
lina, v 23 163

Barringer, Dr Paul B, elected
to succeed Prof Cabell in
the Medical School of the
University of Virginia, v
23 480

Battle, Dr Kemp P Report
of a case of dermoid tu-
mor of the cornea and
sclerotic, v 24 1

Battle, Dr Kemp P, sand-spur
in the chink of the glottis
for four days, v 24 403

Beaumetz, Prof Dujardin, the
treatment of urinary lith-
iasis, v 23 51



Bellamy, Dr W •> H, perity
phlltlc abscess lacking the
usual symptoms, v 24 241

Biliary Becretion in man, v
24 68

Billings, Dr, an Oxford degree
for, v 23 47*3

Blood letting, remarks on, R
L Payne, v 23 244

Books and pamphlets received

v 23 240

401
482

v -I 158

24(1

Booth, DrTL, medication of
lnunction,v24 394

Brain, capillary holes for ex-
ploring the, v2;i 461

Bromidia, v 24 383

Broughton, Dr L B, history
and development of asep-
tic and antiseptic mid-
wifery, v 23 405

Burbank, DrT 8, chairman
of section on gynecology,
report of, v 24 247



0,



'abell, JL, AM, MD, LLD,

v 24 140 j

Csesarean section, a ease of, J

M Hays, v 24 161

Caffeine, v 24 317

Uafteine in sick headache, v

21 157

('alia lily, poisoning from, v

24 234

Calomel and bicarbonate of

soda, v 24 72

Calomel, the rebel, v 2,3 235 I

Campbell's eases in February
Journal, some light on, v

23 217

Camphor poisoning, a fatal

ease of, v 23 125

Cancer, some lighl on, v 2."..... 458 i

Census, the next, v 23 447

Cerebro-spinal fluid of the
nature of a secretion, v

21 135

Chadwick, Edwin, v 23 394

Chambers, Dr T K, v 24 228

Charities and corrections, re-
habilitation of the board



Chisolm, Dr J J, persistent
headaches and how to cure
them, v 24 385

Chloramide, a new hypnotic,

v 24 232

Chloramide as an hypnotic, v

24 229

Chloroform deaths in obstetric

practice, v 24 74

I Chromic acid poisonous as a

caustic, v24 382

1 Clay-colored stools, the clini-
cal significance of, v 23 379

Cocaine-poisoning, v 23 201

Codes, the three ethical, v
23 215

Cod-liver oil, administration

of, v 24 235

Cod-liver oil, a new mode of
administering, v 24 09

College in North Carolina, a
medical, v 23 233

Compound liquorice powder,

a, v24 232

Confederate army and navy,
medical staff of the, F P
Porcher, v 24 376

Constipation in infants, v 24... 299

Cornea and sclerotic, a case of
dermoid tumor of the,
Kemp P Battle, v 24 1

Cornea, ulceration of the, J A

White, v 24 201

Creasote in diabetes, v 23 470

Creasote in phthisis pulmo-
nalis, v 23 220

Creolin,v23 234

474

Creolin, eczema from, v 24 147

Croup, mercurial vapor in, v
24 77

Cysticercus cellulose, v 23 394

! Cystitis in women, on the
rapid curative treatment
of, Thomas M Madden, v

24 202

Cystotomy, some practical
points about supra-pubic,

v 24 300

Cystotomy, supra-pubic, for
artificial urethra, W W
Lane, v 24



of, v 24

Children, cyclopedia of disea-
ses of, v 23



D,



V 21



118

214
::72

2!»7



alton, DrJ C, death of, v
23

Deafness, its causes and pre-
vention, J M Hays, v
24

Death-bed confessions, v 24....



IT'.



234



179
132



vii



Diabetes, lime-water in, v 23..

Diagnosis, medical, J Graham
Braune, v 23

Diasatiriou, v 24

Digestive tablets, v 24

Diphtheria, acetic acid in, v
23

Diphtheria, and intubation in
croup, C E Billington and
Jos O'Dwyer, v 24

Diphtheria, Elizab. S Brown,
v 23

Dipsomania, J T Nicbolson, v
24

Doctors, how they are viewed
by a good-natured literary
man, v 23

Doctor's portrait, the, v 24

Doctor, the, as portrayed in
fiction, v 23

Doses of new remedies, maxi-
mal, v 24

Dropping names from the roll
of membership for non-
payment of dues, v 23

Dying confession, a murder
er's, disproved by surgical
and anatomical facts, Beuj
E (lotting, v24

Dysentery, aconite in acute, v
23

Dysentery, A Jacobi, v 23

Dysentery, treatment of, J O
Walker, v 24



E,



a manual of diseases of
the, Albert H Buck, v 23

Ear, diseases and injuries of
the, v23

Ears in troublesome cough,
the importance of exam-
ining the, Alfred C
Palmer, v 24

Ectopia, inguinal, v 24

Eczema, principles for the
treatmeut of chronic, v
23

Eczema, treatment of, v 24

Education, higher medical,
and how to obtain it, R H
Lewis, v 23

Ehrlich's test for typhoid
fever, v 24

Electricity and the methods
of its employment, Plym
S Hayes, v 23

Electricity as a therapeutic
agent, M Allen Starr, v
23



2*1

135
128
234

238



47
264
333

397 1 1
230

100

227 ij

371 I

20

393
349

245 ' j

450 !
375



330

77



325
45

452



Electricity in diseases of
women, G Betton Massey,
v 23 375

Emperor Frederick III, case

of, v23 70

Enuett, Wm Thomas, MD, v
23 445

Ennett, Dr W T, President's
address, v 23 343

Enuresis nocturna in boys,
the etiology and treatment
of by Oberlander, v 23 41

Epilepsy, horse nettle in, v 24 129

Erysipelas in children, surgi

cal treatment of, v 24 309

Examinations, rules for con-
ducting, v23 389

Examiuers, minutes of the
meeting of North Carolina
Board of, v 23 389

Exhaustion, A D Rockwell, v
23 136

Eye, simple method for view-
ing the interior of the, v
23 236

£* aison, Dr F, moist gan-
grene of both legs follow-
ing parturition, v 24 401

Faison, Dr John M, a case of
spontaneous thrombosis of
the pulmonary artery fol-
lowing labor recovery, v

24 r. 15

Ferree, Dr T T, a case of pla-
centa previa, v 23..... 378

Fibroids, the diagnosis of ute-
rine v 23 474

Florida State Board of Health,

v 23 239

Forceps and the perineum, v
23 455

Forensic medicine, report of
chairman of section on —
dipsomania, J T Nichol-
son, v 24 ■••• 333

Formulary, international
pocket medical, v 23 215

Formulary, pocket medical, v

23 2 * 5

Foulkes, Dr James F, death of,
v 23 472

Fracture, a new advance in
the treatment of ununited,
v 24 _425

\JTall- stones, pilocarpin in, v
04 382



vni

( langrene, moist, of !»<>tli legs
following parturition, F
Paisou, v 24

Gidney, Dr .1 C, v 24

( tinseng losing favor, v 2.3

Glanders, death from, v 24

Goelet, Dr E B, the use of pi-
looarpin in pneumonia, v



(;\ necology, report of, T S
Burbank, chairman ofsec-
tion on. v 24



II



dgh, Dr T D, some of the
nedico-legal aspects of
inebriety, v 23

Hamilton, Dr .lames B, v 23...

Hanks, DrJ A, death of, v 23

H unison, Dr A H, a strange
experience with tape-
worm, V -4

Hays, Dr J M, a case of Csesa-
rean section, v 24

I lavs, Dr J M, deafness— its
cause and prevention, v
24

Headache and neuralgia, J
Leonard Coming, v 23

Headaches, persistent, and
how to cure them, J J
CbMiolm, v 24

Heart disease, prognosis in, v
24

Heart, the, a muscle, J Milner
Pothergill, v23

Hernia, the diagnosis of, v 23

Histology, elements of, E
Klein, v 23

History of the war, medical
and surgical, v 23

Hvaglan laboratory, the, v 23

Hodges, Dr J A, chairman of
section on microscopy,
report of. V 24

Herman blood, medico-legal
detection of, v 24

I [ydrophobia from the bite of
a cat, v 21

Hyoscine hydrobromate, poi-
soning by, v 2:;

1 ncontinence of urine in
children, v 2:;

Inebriate, a plea for the, E J
Kempf, v 24

Inebriates, an asylum for, v

Inebriety, Norman Kerr, v



303
161

179
135

385
61

362

47(1

450

66
235

253
135
123

407

472
92
117
215 I



Inebriety, some of the medico-
legal aspects of, T D
Haigh, v 23

Infancy and childhood, ther-
apeutics of, A Jacobi, v 24

Influenza, epidermic, v 24

Insane in the United .States,
v 24

Insanity, what cases of, shall
we treat at home? v 23

International medical con-
gress, meeting of, v 22

Inunction, medication by, T
L Booth, v 24.....

Irido-cystitis, treatment of, v
24

ei ewett, Dr R D, a case of

purulent peritonitis, v 24

Johns Hopkins Bulletin, v 24

Johns Hopkins Hospital, v 23

Journal for 1890, the, v 23

Journal for 1890, improve-
ments in the, v 24



K,



empf, Dr E J, a plea for
the inebriate, v 24

Kola nut, v 24

Kallock, Dr Chas W, amblyo-
pia, produced by men-
strual suppression, v23....

J-Jane, Dr WW, suprapubic
cystotomy for artificial
urethra, v 24

Laparotomy for perforating
typhoid ulcer, N Senn, v
23

Laparotomy in suppurative
peritonitis, value of, v 24..

Leidy's, Prof Joseph, fresh
honors, v 23

Leprosy, a case of inoculated,
v24

Leprosy in the United States,
v 24

Lewis, DrRH, higher medi-
cal education and how to
obtain it, v 23

License law of North Caro-
lina, the revised, v 23

License law, proper discretion
in asking for amendments
to our, v 23

License law ratified, the, v
23

License to be rescinded in
certain cases, v 23



413

31
421

75

192

149

394

145



326

319

400

65

414



92
136



38

175

427
306
65
231
155

325

370

15S

62
206



Lichen rubea in America, v
23

Lipoma operation, clinical re-
marks on a gangrenous,
WONisbet, v 24

Lithotomy, supra-pubic, v 23

Liver, cancer of, Wm Pepper,
23

Li-beline in asthma, v 23

Longevity in New England, a
study of, v 23



M,



141



43
477



alaria and arsenic, v 23...
Mallett, Dr George H, letter

from Mexico, v 24 301

Mauney, Dr James L, death

of, v23 234

Maryland, meeting of Clini-
cal Society of, v 23 193

Materia medica and therapeu-
tics, Cuthbert Bowen, v

23 214

Materia medica, therapeutics
and prescription-writing,

Henry Morris, v 24 298

Maybrick case, the, v 24 153

Medical education, a great step

forward in, v 24 208

Medical Examining Board of
Virginia, items of the, v

23..T 394

Medical News visiting list, v

24 371

Medical practitioner accord-
ing to the law, who is to

be considered a, v 24 121

Medical Society at Elizabeth

City, meeting of, v 23 367

Medical Society of North

Carolina, meeting of, v 23 225
Medical Society of North
Carolina, minutes of the
36th annual session of the,
v 23, 275; address ol wel-
come, 275; response by
vice-president Long, 27S;
Dr Haigh announces the
accident to president En-
nett; resolutions of sym-
pathy, 279; committee on
credentials, 279; roll call,
279; report of section on
practic of medicine, by Dr
H P Murray, 280; discus-
sion on treatment of ty-
phoid fever, 280; resolu-
tions of respect to Dr R B
Haywood, 285; president
Eunett's address read, 280;



Dr W J Jones, 1st vice-
president, takes the chair;
remarks of vice, president
Jones on taking the chair,
287; committee on presi-
dent's address, 287; paper
on progress of microscopy,
by Dr J A Hodges, re-
marks on bacteriology, 287:
paper on pneumonia, bv
Dr A G Carr, 288; Dr Luf-
bage invited to a seat, 288;
partial report of the com-
mittee on credentials, 289;
report of the committee
on finance, 290; a message
from the Pharmaceutical
Society of North Carolina
to the Medical Society on
the national formulary;
Dr Wood's remarks on
the subject, 291; commit-
tee on formulary, 292; re-
port of section on obstet-
rics read by the president
in absence of Dr Tayloe;
Dr Baxter invited to a
seat; fraternal greetings
to the Medical Society of
Mississippi; Dr Thorne
applies for admission, 293;
report of the committee
on the president's mes-
sage, 294; rule repealed
allowing : a physician to
join the Society by letter;
paper on aseptic and anti-
septic midwifery, by L G
Broughton; Dr Faison
reads report of the com-
mittee on surgery in the
absence of Dr Lucas; re-
port of obituary commit-
tee, 296; report of practice
by DrBodie, referred; case
of thrombosis of pulmo-
nary {artery, by Dr John
M Faison, read and refer-
red; paper by DrlPalmer
on the ear; detention of
the orator; place of next
meeting discussed, 297;
invited on excursion, 299;
paper on inebriates, by
Dr T D Haigh, discussed
and referred, 2(10; commit-
tee to Pharmacopeial Con-
vention, conjoint session
with N C board of health,



302: deafness, it- causes
and prevention, from a
rational standpoint, by
I>r .1 M Hays, read and
referred, 305; committee
on revision of Pharmaco-
pcepia; i imittee on se-
lection of essayist; Dr
Lucas' paper on surgery,
read and referred, 305;
committee on nomina-
tions! Dr I W Faison ap-
pointed essayist; report of
Dr Barringer on the pro-
gress of anatomy and
physiology, read and refer-
red; Dr Can- and Dr Baker
resign, 305; Dr Nicholson
read paper on dipsomania,
referred; place of meeting
selected for 1890; case of
Dr Gallagher; report of
the section <>n therapeu-
tics, by Dr Young, refer-
red, 307; partial report on
credentials; invited to a
banquet; report of com-
mittee to amend laws, 308;
Dr Haigh moves an
amendment to Article 3,
Section 8, 311; committee
appoinsed to draft it, 312;
'Annual Transactions;"
statement by Dr Foote;
remarks by Dr O'Hagau
and Dr T F Wood, 314;
committee on scientific
inquiry and ou national
formulary 314

Medical schools, private insti-
tutions, v 23'. 444

Medicine, States may regulate
the practice of, v 23 160

Menstruation, the influence
of permanganate of potash
on. \V Stephenson, v 24... 102

Mental factor in the causation
and cure of disease, R L
Tayne, Jr, v 24 4

Menthol in pruritus, v 23 475

Menthol, treatment of pausiti-
cal affections with, v 24... 147

Meiri wether, F T, aphorisms
in aseptic and antiseptic
surgery and gynecology,

v 23.... :... 1

Men i wet her, F T, report of a
case of aortic aneurysm,
v 23 ; 385



Mexico, letter from, C4eorge
11 Mallett. v 24

Michel, Prof Middleton, am-
putations from a patholo-
gical and medico-legal
standpoint, v 24

Microscopy, report of J A
Hodges, chairman of sec-
tion ou, v 24

Milk, citric acid in, v 24

Miltenberger, George W, teta-
noid falciform contrac-
tion of the uterus, ante-
partum hour-glass con-
traction, v 23

Mithrodatism, v 24

Moore, Dr E M, president
American Medical Asso-
ciation, v 23

Moore, S P, Surgeon General,
v 2:;

Morphine, a new antidote for,

v23 ;

Motl, Dr Alexander, death of,
v24 "

Murray, Dr H P, chairmau]of
section on practice of
mediciue, report of, v 24..

Mustard before chloroform, v
24 "



N.



asal bougies, v 23

Nervous diseases, lectures on,
Ranuey, v 23

New drugs, notes on the value
of some, v 23 '

Nichoison, Dr J T, chairman
of section on forensic
medicine, report of, dipso-
mania, v 24

Nisbet, Dr W O, clinical re-
marks on gangrenous lipo-
ma operation, v 24

Nitrite of ethyl, a pure solu-
tion of, v 23

Nitro-glycerine, a substitute
for alcohol in emergency,
Jos B Burroughs, v 24......

Nohle, Dr R J, strangulated
hernia reduced by aspira-
tion and'taxis, t v 24

North Carolina, western, as a
health resort, Jos Graham,
v23

Nose and throat, r a treatise on
diseases of the, F H Bos-
worth, v 24

Nurse, the trained, v 23

Nutmeg poisoning, v 24



301



321



2:.:;
144



81
139



478
400
479
152

259
154
475
373
116

333

172
237

1!(3

372

421



417
161
235



V/bstetrieal nursing, a hand-
book of, Anna M Fuller-
ton, v24 419

Obstetric notes, (1) hydro-
peritoueum persisting af
ter delivery (22) abscess of
the ovary-discharge thro'
the bowels, v 23 129

Obstetrics, a manual of, A F A
King, v24 419

Obstetrics, the theory and
practice of, Cazeau's, v
23 272

Oieate of quinine again, v
23 471

Ophthalmology and oph-
thalmoscopy, Hermann
Schmidt Rimpler, v 24 366

Opinions asked in regard to
two fatal cases, v 23 133

Ovaries or uterus, physical and
mental changes after re-
moving, v24 146

Oxyuris vermicularis, treat-
ment of, v 23 476

Ozena, treatment of, with gly-
cerine, v 24 152

X aiu in the cicatrix of a dog-
bite in peculiar circum-
stances, v 24 145

Palmer, Dr Alfted C, the im- •
portance of examining
the ears in troublesome
cough, v24 330

Paraldehyde and sulphonal,
comparison of the value
of, v24 131

Pasteur Institute, the, v 23 231

Pate de Foie Gras, v 23 471

Payne, Dr R L, Jr, mental
factor in the causation and
cure of disease, v 24 4

Payne, Dr R L, remarks on
blood-letting, v 23 244

Pepper, Prof Win, cancer of
the liver, v 23 93

Peritoneum, flushing the, v
24 317

Peritonitis, a case of purulent,
RDJewett, v 24 326

Peritonitis, washing out the
abdominal cavity in, v 24 312

Perityphlitic abscess, F Hu-
ber, v24 274

Perityphlitic abscess lacking
the usual symptoms, W J
H Bellamy, v 24 , 241



Pharmacopoeia Convention of
1890, the, and the com-
mittee of revision of 1880,
v23 , 209

Phlegmasia doleus, a fatal case
of double, with remarks
on the nature of the dis-
ease, A K Bond, v 23 197

Phlegmon of the hand, v 24... 56

Phthisis pulmonalis, creasote
in, v 23 220

Physicians, a registration of
necessary, v 23 63

Physician himself, the, D W
Cathell, v 24 216

Physician's leisure library,

the, v 23 140

Physician's visiting list, v
24 371

Physiology, Kirk's hand-
book of, v23 374

Physiology, text-book of ani-
mal, Wesley Mills, v 24.... 364

Pilocarpin in deafness, v 24.... 145

Pilocarpin in pneumonia, the
use of, E B Goelet, v 23.... 72

Placenta previa, a case of, T T
Ferree, v 23 378

Pneumatology, essay on med-
ical, J N Demarquay, v
24 419

Pneumonia, intestinal hae-
morrhage in v 23 216

Pneumonia, malarial, v 23 378

Pneumonia, pilocarpin in,
E B Goelet, v 23 72

Polyotia, v 23 , 394

Porcher, Dr F Peyre, medical
staff of the Confederate
Army and Navy, v 24 376

Porcher, Dr W Peyre, origin
of sputa in subacute
cough, v 23 251

Portraits to be hung up in the
heart, two medical, v 24... 133

Post-partum haemorrhage, tur-
pentine in, v 24 148

Practice of medicine, report
of H P Murray, chairman
of section on, v 24 259

Practising without license,
guilty of misdemeanor for,
v24 44

Pregnancy, the early diagno-
sis of extra-uterine, J C
Reeve, v 24 108

President's address, v23 343

Prostatic enlargement, v 23.... 271

Psoralea Buck-root, v 24 71



Public health papers and re-
ports, v -1

Parpara heemorrhaglca, ni-
trate of silver in, v 24

Vjuack advertisements in re-
ligious newspapers, v 24...

Quarantine conference, the
Montgomery, v 23

Quassia in drunkenness, v 23

Quinine and einchonidia,
physiological action of, v

2;*

1\ abics, the Pasteur treat-
ment of, v 2:;

Rattle-snake bite, a case of,
recovery, v 24

Readers, to our, v 24

Reading notices, v 2:;

v24

Reference, hand hook of the

medical sciences, v 23

v 24

Register, all North Carolina
physicians must, v 24

Register, those who have
failed to, v24

Registration of physicians
necessary, v23

Registration', the necessity of,
to show the right to prac-
tice, v 2:;

Remedies, the best twenty-
five, v 23

Retention of membranes and
placenta, the treatment of,
v 23

Rheumatism in children,
therapeutics of, v 24

Ricord, the late I)r, v 24

Ringworm, a new treatment
of chronic, V 2.'!

Ringworm, for, v 24

Rosin and tar sent to Johns-
town, v 23

Punning range; running
reins, v 2'

kJaccharine, v 2.'!

Salicylic acid, value of in

dermatology, v 24

Salol, v 28

Salol as an antipyretic, v 21. .



II Salol in the gastro-intestinal
mi derangements of children,

W B Uarr, v 24 198

67 Salufer, v 24 76

Sand-spur in the chink of the
glottis for four days,

Kemp P Battle, v 24 403

Sanitary Association, the N 0,

226 an established fact, v 23... 142
471 Sanitary Convention, a North

Carolina, v 23 60

Sanitary Convention at Ra-
355 leigh, N C, 6th February,

1889, minutes of, v 23 144

Senna pods, therapeutic ac-

21!) tiou of, v 24 228

Senu's splint fof fracture of
225 j the neck of the femur, v 24 360

382 Shoulder presentations and

77 their treatment, v 23 453

162 I Skin, a clinical atlas on dis-
242 eases of the, R W Taylor,

403 v23 138

484 ' Skin and venereal diseases,

80 j atlas of, v 23 213

160 Skin diseases, photographic
illustrations of Geo Henry

212 j Fox, v 24 420

368 I Smith, Stephen, suggestions

from a clinic, by, v 23 74

43 Southern literature, the amen-
ities of, v23 218

417 Southern Surgical and Gyne-
cological Association, v 24 126
214
Specialty, lines of a, sharply

drawn, v 24 125

Specialists, visiting, the. bash-
ful, lazy and indifferent

members, v 24 295

Splenectomy— recovery — con-
dition of blood a year

after, v 24 70

Sputa in sub-acute cough, the
14!) origiu of, W Peyre Por-

:;s3 cher, v 23 251

Suibb. we second the motion
463 of Dr, v 24 122

227 Squibb's ephemeris, v 24 137

State medicine, report of

480 chairman of section on,

Kemp P Battle, v 24 81

Sterility, the new treatment

of, v24 371

! Sterilizing feces, best agents

for, v24 227

1!) Stevenson. Dr S W, report on
17!» therapeutics and matera
'3 medica, v 21 266



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Strangulated hernia reduced
by aspiration and taxis,
E J Noble, v24 372

Stricture, aphorisms in the
treatment of urethral. A
W Stein, v 24 39

Strychnine poisoning, inves-
tigation of, v 24 76

Student, the medical practi-
tioner should be a perse-
vering, v 24 299

Styrone, v 24 128

Sugar, simple test for, v 24 79

Sulphonal and our American

laws, v23 471

Sulphonal, the advantages and
disadvantages of, v 24 373

Surgery, a treatise on, T
Holmes, v 23 451

Surgery, operations of, W H A
Jacobson, v 23 273

Surgery, the principles and
practise of, John Ash-
hurst, Jr, v 24 364

Suspension treatment in loco-
mator ataxia, the dangers
of, v23 470

Sutures and ligatures, linen
thread for, v 23 473

Syphilis incurable, v 23 234

Syphilis, is it curable? v 23.... 397

A abes, treatment of, by sus-
pension, v 24- 75

Tape-worm, a strange experi-
ence with, A S Harrison,
v 24 303

Tar-water, v 23 473

Tennessee wheels into line,v 23 396

Testicle as a rejuvenator, the,

v24 75

Tetany, a new theory of its

pathogeny, v 24 318

Therapeutics, a hand-book of,
Ringer, v 23 449

Therapeutics and materia
medica, a guide to Farqu-
harson, v 24 48



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