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S. J., 1885, cxii, 480.

Du developpement de la profession medicale en Canada. Union
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1887

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On the general etiology and symptoms of chorea, based on the
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In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 80.

Case of cholesteatoma of floor of third ventricle and of the in-
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In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 81.

1888

Hereditary angio-neurotic oedema. Am. J. M. Sc, Phila., 1888, n. s.,
xcv, 362-367.
In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 82.

Note on nitro-glycerine in epilepsy. J. Nerv. & Ment. Dis., N. Y.,
1888, n. s., xiii, 38-39.
In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 83.

The diagnosis of small-pox. Med. Standard, Chicago, 1888, iii, 97.
In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 84.

Glioma of the medulla oblongata. J. Nerv. & Ment. Dis., N. Y., 1888,
n. s., xiii, 172-176.
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In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 86.

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On lesions of the conus medullaris and cauda equina, and on the
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In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 91.

On a form of purpura associated with articular, gastro-intestinal,
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Note on a case of Friedreich's ataxia, with exhibition of patient.
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Enlargement and congestion of the right arm following exercise of
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A case of local syncope and asphyxia of the fingers. J. Nerv. &
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1889

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In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 97.



138 Sir William Osler, Bart.

The mortality of pneumonia. PMla., 1889, 7 p., 8°.
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In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 93.

Two cases of ulcerative endocarditis. Univ. M. Mag., Phila., 1888-
89, 1, 31-32.

The mortality in pneumonia. Univ. M. Mag., Phila., 1888-89, i, 225.

Cancer of the stomach, extreme mobility of tumor. Univ. M. Mag.,
Phila., 1888-89, i, 368-370.

On the conditions of the brain suitable for operative interference.
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Also: Canad. Pract, Toronto, 1889, xiv, 165-167.

On certain symptoms of floating kidney. Montreal M. J., 1888-9,
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The anatomical tubercle. Montreal M. J., 1888-9, xvii, 418.

Aortic aneurism; hemorrhage from the lungs. Phila. M. Times,
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Typhlitis and appendicitis. Canada Lancet, Toronto, 1888-9, xxi,
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On phagocytes. An address before the Alumni Association of
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Also: Med. Rec, N. Y., 1889, xxxv, 393-399.

Also: N. York M. J., 1889, xlix, 393-400.

In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 94.

Annual address. The license to practice. J. Am. M. Ass., Chi-
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In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 96.

Note on intrathoracic growths developing from the thyroid gland.
Med. News, Phila., 1889, Iv, 257.
In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 98.

On a case of simple idiopathic muscular atrophy, involving the
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1889, n. s., xcviii, 261-265.
In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 99.

Case of syphiloma of the cord of the cauda equina; death from
diffuse central myelitis. J. Nerv. & Ment. Dis., N. Y., 1889.
n. s., xiv, 499-507.
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Idiocy and feeble-mindedness in relation to infantile hemiplegia;
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1890

On the value of Laveran's organisms in the diagnosis of malaria.
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In Ms: Collect repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 101.



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140 Sir William Oslee, Bart.

Hereditary chorea. (Proc. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Med. Soc, Oct.
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General bronchiectasis of left lung, foetid bronchitis; incision
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1891

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In his: Collect repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 110.

Rudolf Virchow; the man and the student. Boston M. & S. J.,
1891, cxxv, 425-427.
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Doctor and nurse; remarks to the first class of graduates from
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Case of multiple cysticerci. (Proc. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Med.
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Disease of the coronary arteries; fibroid heart Tr. Path. Soc
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Acute phthisis; erosion of a large branch of the pulmonary
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The diagnosis of broncho-pneumonia (acute and chronic) from
tuberculosis. N. York M. J., 1891, liv, 666.

Report on the Koch treatment in tuberculosis. Johns Hopkins
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Remarks on hysteria with paroxysmal inspiratory spasm. (Proc.
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Two cases of pernicious malaria. (Proc. Johns Hopkins Hosp.
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1892

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Teacher and student. An address delivered on the occasion of
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and Surgery of the University of Minnesota. Minneapolis,
Oct. 4, 1892, Bait, 1892, J. Murphy & Co., 22 p. 8°.
In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 123.

Collected reprints. Second series. (January 1, 1882-January 1,
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Remarks on specialism. Boston M. & S. J., 1892, cxxvi, 457-459.
Also: Med. News, Phila., 1892, Ix, 542-544.
Also: Arch. Pediat., Phila., 1892, ix, 481-488.
In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 118.

The healing of tuberculosis. Climatologist, Phila., 1892, ii, 149-
153.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 119.

On the association of congenital wry-neck, with marked facial
asymmetry. Arch. Pediat., N. Y., 1892, ix, 81-85.
In his: Collect, repr., 1882-92, ii, no. 120.

Interstitial processes in the central nervous system. Tr. Cong.
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In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 121.

The cold-bath treatment of typhoid fever. Med. News, Phila.,
1892, Ixi, 628-631.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7^ iii, no. 122.

Notes on the diagnosis and treatment of cholera. Med. News,
Phila., 1892, Ixi, 290.

License to practice. Northwest-Lancet, St. Paul, 1892, xii, 383.

An acute myxoedematous condition occurring in goitre. (Proc.
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Chronic cerebro-spinal meningitis. (Proc. Johns Hopkins Hosp.
Med. Soc, Oct. 17, 1892.) Johns Hopkins Hosp. Bull., Bait.,
1892, iii, 119.

Localized pyo-pneumothorax. (Proc. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Med.
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iii, 19.

1893

Note on arsenical neuritis following the use of Fowler's solution.
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In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 130.

Note on a remarkable house epidemic of typhoid fever. Univ.
M. Mag., Phila., 1892-3, v, 522-524.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 131.

Tuberculous pericarditis. Am. J. M. Sc, Phila., 1893, n. s., cv,
20-27.
In his: Collect repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 124.



142 Sir William Osler, Bart.

On dilatation of the colon in young children. Arch. Pediat, N. Y.,

1893, X, 111-119.
Also: (Proc. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Med. Soc, Jan. 16, 1893.)

Johns Hopkins Hosp. Bull., Bait, 1893, iv, 41-43.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 125.

Physic and physicians as depicted in Plato. Boston M. & S. J.,
1893, cxxviii, 129; 153.
In Ms: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 126.

Case of arterio-venous aneurism of the axillary artery and vein
of fourteen years' duration. Ann. Surg., Phila., 1893, xvii,
37-40.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 127.

The chronic intermittent fever of endocarditis. Practitioner,
Lond., 1893, 1, 181-190.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 128.

Remarks on the varieties of chronic chorea, and a report upon
two families of the hereditary form, with one autopsy.
J. Nerv. & Ment. Dis., N. Y., 1893, xx, 97-111.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 129.

Cases of sub-phrenic abscess. Tr. Ass. Am. Physicians, Phila.,
1893, viii, 257-267.
Also: Canad. Pract, Toronto, 1893, xviii, 565-574.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 132.

Shattuck lecture. Mass. Med. Soc, 1893. Tuberculous pleurisy.
Boston M. & S. J., 1893, cxxix, 53; 81; 109; 134.
Also: Med. Communicat. Mass. M. Soc, Boston, 1893, xvi, 49-112.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 133.

Profound toxemia with slight tuberculous lesions. Med. News,
Phila., 1893, Ixiii, 632.

Jean Martin Charcot, memorial notice. Johns Hopkins Hosp.
Bull., Bait., 1893, iv, 87-88.

On sporadic cretinism in America. Tr. Am. J. Am. Physicians,
Phila., 1893, viii, 380-398.
Also: Am. J. M. Sc, Phila., 1893, n. s., cvi, 503-518.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 136.

Notes on tuberculosis in children. Arch. Pediat, N. Y., 1893,
X, 979-986.
In his: Collect repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 137.

Hirt, Ludwig. The diseases of the nervous system. A text-book
for physicians and students. Transl. with permission of the
author by August Hoch, assisted by Frank R. Smith, with
an introduction by William Osier, N. Y., 1893. D. Appleton
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1894

Lectures on the diagnosis of abdominal tumors, delivered to the
post-graduate class, Johns Hopkins University, 1893. New
York, 1894, D. Appleton & Co., 192 p, 8°.
Also: N. York M. J., 1894, lix, 129; 161; 193; 260; 385; 417;

481; 545; 577: Ix, 65; 97.
In his: Collect repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 146.



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Parotitis in pneumonia. Case of pericarditis treated by incision
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The leaven of science. An address delivered at the opening of
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The heart in chorea minor. Med. Chron., Manchester, 1894, n. s.,
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1895

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1895, D. Appleton & Co., 1143 p. 8°.

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and complications. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Rep., Bait., 1894-5,
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144 Sir William Osler, Bart.

On the neurosis following enteric fever, known as " the typhoid
spine." Johns Hopkins Hosp. Rep., 1894-5, iv, 73-82.
Also: Am. J. M. Sc, Phila., 1894, n. s., cvii, 23-30.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 144.

Typhoid fever in Baltimore. Johns Hopkins Hosp. Rep., Bait.,
1894-5, iv, 159-167.
In Ms: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 145.

Introductory remarks to course of clinical demonstrations on
typhoid fever. Maryland M. J., Bait., 1894-5, xxxii, 79-82.
In his: Collect, repr., 1892-7, iii, no. 151.

Cancer of the stomach with very rapid course. Univ. M. Mag.,
Phila., 1894-5, vii, 248-252.
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Teaching and thinking; the two functions of a medical school.
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Neuritis during and after typhoid fever. Johns Hopkins Hosp.
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