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CONTENTS.



Editorial.

The Menace to Public Health from the Use of Con-
taminated Drinking Water, 35.
Overheard, 36.
Original Articles.

Intra-Pelvic Operations for Relief of Posterior Uterine
Displacements. Walter B. Chase, M. D., 37.

Irreducible Incarcerated Retroflexed Gravid Uterus, 39.

Popular Ignorance Respecting Medicine. John Wil-
liams, M. D., 40.
Current Medical Literature.

Les Lois de r£nerg^tique dans le Regime du Diab^te
Sucre, 41.

Ueber Wesen und Ursache der Zuckerkrankheit, 42.

Some Questionable Views on Diet, 4a.

The Prevention and Treatment of Obesity, 43.

The Universal Illusion of Free Will and Criminal Re-
sponsibility, 44.
Leading Articles.

Olive Oil in Typhoid Fever. Owen F. Paget, M. B.. 45.

Treatment of Gouty Eczema. Gilbert John King Mar-
tyn, M. D., 45.

The Treatment of Chronic Diseases. Burton G.
Thomas, M. D., 46.

Complete Transposition of Viscera, 48.

Surgical Emphysema of the Eyelids, 48.

Methylene Blue as a Analgesic, 48.

Bromide Sleep in a Case of Mania. Philip M. Ragg,
M. B., 49-

Liquor Thyroidei in Hsempphilia. C. Royds Jones,
M. D.,50.

Advantages of the Spray in Pseudo-Membranes of the
Pharynx. D. C. Brown, M. D.. 50.

Apomorphine as a Hypnotic. £. W. Adams, M. D., 51.
Book Reviews, 51.
Topics op the Hour.

Traumatic Joints, 52.

Irritable Breasts, 53.

Chorea in Children, 53.

Treatment of Pelvic Inflammation, 53.

Laparatomy for Typhoid Perforation, 54,

Acute Cervical Lymphadenitis, 54.
Archives of Gynecology, Obstetrics, and Pediatrics.

An appreciation of Pryor's Method of Removing the
Fibroid Uterus by the Abdomen, with Report of Ten
Successive Successful Cases. A. Lapthorn Smith,
M. D., 55.

Some New Methods in Pelvic Operations in the Female.
56.

The Treatment of Diphtheria by Iodine. Hugh Tay-
lor, M. D., 57.

Subcutaneous Symphysiotomy, 57.

Retroflexion of the Gravid Uterus, 58.

A Case of Complete Inversion of the Uterus. David
Durran, M. B., 59.

A Drop of Opiate for the Baby, 60.



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