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328. Abortion, Incomplete, 464.

184. Treatment of, 253.

285. A Case Reported by Dr. Samuel Field, 388.

322. After-Coming Head, Application of the Forceps, 457.

305. After-Pains, Receipt for, 459.

176. Ameno'rrhoea, 240.
305. " 410.

320. Anaesthetics in Labor, 454.

264. Anaesthesia in Midwifery, 368.

388. Antipyrin on the Temperature and Tissue Change in Chil-
dren, 584

59. Antisepsis in Obstetrics, 71.
256. Antiseptic Vaginal Injections in the Parturient Woman, 360.

74. Asphyxia of New-born Children, 85.
266. Bandage, the Injurious Effect after Labor, 371.
315- Bladder, Casual Incision of the, 443.
363. Breech Labor, Certain Points in Conduct of the Second

Stage, 548.
197. Breech Presentations, Management of, 275.
272. The Management of, 376.

20 & 38. British Gynaecological Society, 25, 46.

50. Bromide of Ethyl as an Anaesthetic in Labor, 61.
119. Caesarean Section in the South, 156.
268. Modified, 373.

309. Cancers of Uterus when too late for Operative Procedure,

Treatment of, 424.
312. Of the Womb, 437.

93. Of the Uterus, Clinical Diagnosis, 107.

232. Of the Uterus, Diagnosis of, 315.

337. Cerebral Paralysis in Children, 484.

177. Cervix Uteri, Rapid Dilatation of the, for Dysmenorrhoea

and Sterility, 242.
188. Chloroform in Child-Birth, 258.

265. When Not to Give in Parturition, 371.
282. Chorea, the Treatment of, 384.

107. Cicatrices in the Collum Uieri and in the Roof of the
Vagina, 136.

47. Cimicifuga, Influence of, upon Parturition, 59.

18. Cinnamon in Menorrhagia or Metrorrhagia, 25.
382. Cleanliess, for Securing Absolute, 581.

338. Coca, Therapeutic Value of Preparations of in Child-

hood, 4S5.
126. Cocaine in Labor, 165.
43. In Post-partum Neuralgia, 57.



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13. Cocaine in the Treatment of Inflamed Nipples, 23.
17. In the Treatment of Vaginismus, 25.

149. In Whooping Cough, 185.

8. Conception after Curetting of the Uterus, 18.
316. How Turkish Women Prevent, 444.

68. Without the Reappearance of the Ntenstrual Flow, 82.

213. Constipation, Infant, 290.

217. Corrosive Sublimate in Diphtheria, 293.

127. Cotton Root in the Treatment of Uterine Haemorrhage, 165.

257. Cough in Pregnancy, 361.

45. Cramp of the Uterus During Labor, 58.

369. Craniotomy, 572.

214. Croup, Antiseptic Treatment of, 291.
160. Croupous Pneumonia, 194.

215. Cube Inhalations in Diphtheria, 291.

228. Curetting Uterus, 309.

150. Cyanosis in Newly-born Children Caused by Aniline Mark-

ing Ink, 185.

144. Damp and Diphtheria, 181.

301. Diabetes, the Influence of on Gestation, Parturition and

Menstruation, 407.

335. Diarrhoea in Children, Treatment of a Form, 482.

296. Dictionary, the Century, 392.

174. Differential Diagnosis Between Distension of the Fallopian

Tubes and Fibromyomata of the Uterus, 238.

212. Digestion of Milk, 290.

229. Dilating the Uterine Cavity, Vulliet's New Method of, 312.
75. Diphtheria, 88.

87. Treatment of, 97.

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89. The Galvano-Cautery as an Effectual Treatment of, 99.

142. With Balsam of Peru and Oil of Turpentine, treat-

ment of, 179.

175. Distension of the Fallopian Tubes, Differential Diagnosis

of, 239-

291. Diseases of the Spinal Cord. Bramwell, 390.

253. Dropsy and Albuminuria of Pregnancy, 351.

155. Dual Diphtheria and Scarlatina, 188.

171. Dysmenorrhoea, 229.

48. Dystocia from Rigor Mortis in the Foetus, 60.

86. Eclampsia in Early Life, 96.
132. in Labor, 168.

285. Eczema in Children, 386.

200. Electricity as a Galactagogue, 279.

33. as a Therapeutic Agent in Gynaecology, 44.

J 70. Electro-Therapeutics in Pelvic Ailments, 225.

109. Emmenagogues, 141.

36. Endocervicitis, 45, 425.

37. a Remedy for, 324.



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350. Endometrium, Disease of the, 517,

138. Enuresis Nocturaa and Nasal Obstruction, 177.

108. Epithelioma of the Cervix Uteri, 139.

326. Ergot, is it Indicated During Labor or Abortion ? 459-

366. in the Third Stage of Labor, 562.

34- Epithelioma of the Cervix-uteri, Corrosive Sublimate .and
Glycerine in, 44.

no. Etiology of Retroversio, Flexio and of Prolapsus Uteri, 143-

205. Exfoliation Dermatitis in New-bom Children, 283.

234. Extirpation of the Uterus, 317.

6^. Extra-uterine Fcetation with Rupture of the Sac, 73.

57. Face Presentations, Important Factor in, 69.

55. Faradic Electricity in Rigidity of Os Uteri during Labor, 55.

25. Female Perinseum, Restoration of the Cases of Total Loss,
a New Operation for, 35.

358. Sterility, the Causes of, 538.

359. The Therapeutics of the, 541.

1 14. Fibro-Myoma of the Uterus, the Surgical Treatment of, 147.

348. Flexions, Intra-Uterine Stem in the Treatment of, 508.

65. Fcetation, Extra-Uterine, Cure of by Electricity, 77.

247. Functional Disorders of Females, 335, 393.

383. Gastro-Intesfinal Affections of Children, Influence of, on

Their Bodily Weight, 581.

218. German Measles, 293.

116. Gestation, Prolonged, 156.

117. Prolonged, 156.

116. Prolong€;d, a Case of, 153.

II. Glycosuria, 21.

261. Habitual Death of Foetus Due to Renal Disease, 366.

52. Haemorrhage from a Wound of the Cervix Uteri Simulating

an Impending Abortion, 63.

53. From the Sac of a Spina Bifida, Resembling Symptoms

of Placenta Praevia, 64.
202. The Advantage of Straightening the Uterus in Cases

of, 281.
2SZ and 289. Handbook of Practical Medicine. Eichhorst, 389.

21. Haemostatics, Uterine, 27.
210. Headache in Children, Recurrent, 288.
387. In School Children, 583.

250. Heart, the Relations of the Reproductive Organs of
Women, 346.
10. How Medical Men ought to Cleanse their Hands, 20.
5. Hydrastis Canadensis in Uterine Haemorrhage, 15.
161. Hyoscy amine in Chorea, 195.
39. Hypnotism during Parturition, 51.
4- Hysterectomy in Cancer of the Uterus, 15.
318. Hysteria and its Relations to the Uterine Appendages, 444-
248. And its Relation to Diseases of the Uterine Append-

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246. Hysteria, treatment of, 334.
353. Hysterical Amaurosis, 530.
243. Imperforate Hymen, Operation for, 332.
80. Incontinence of Urine, Nocturnal, in Children, 92.
91. In Children, Remarks on, loi.

263. Inducing Labor, Method of, 368.
275. Induction of Premature Labor by Electricity, 380.
157. Infants Born Before Time, Diseases of, 192.
151. Infantile Aphasia, 187.
203. Diseases, 282.

330. Infectiousness, Extreme Duration of, in Measles, Mumps,

Small-pox, Scarlatina and Diphtheria, 472.
104. Inflammation of the Lining Membrane of the Fallopian
Tube, with Exudation of Pus or Purofibrinous
Fluids, 130.
292. Insanity and its Treatment. Blandford, 390.
195. Internal Rotation,Nature andCause of the Movement of, 265.
381. Intra-Uterine Er3sipelas, 581.
102. Myoma, 127.

162. Intubation of the Glottis for Membranous Laryngitis, 197.
124. Inversion of the Uterus caused by too Short Umbilical

Cord, 164.
64. Probable Cause, Tight Lacing, 75.

378. Iodide of Potassium in Habitual Abortions, 580.
98. Iodoform in Uterine Catarrh, 119.
327. Irrigation, Continued, as a Prophylactic and Curative

Treatment in Puerperal Affecticns, 463-
230. Kolpohysterectomy for Cancer, 314.
56. Labor, Causes of Tardy First Stage of, and their Treat-
ment, 66.
201. Premature, with Atresia Vaginae, 279.

58. Retarded, a Case of, 70.

130. Laceration and Medicaments, 167.
225. Of the Cervix Uteri, 297.

271. Post-Partum, a Method of Detecting, 375.

96. Of the Os and Cervix Uteri, and the Operation of

Trachelorrhaphy, 116.
120. Of the Perineum in Primipara, 161.

191. Lactation, Insufficient Cause and Therapeutics of, 264.
182. The Effect of Long Continued Lactation on the Uterus

and Ovaries, 247.
7. Laparotomy and Peritonitis, 17.
6. Explorative, 15.

3. Foreign Bodies left in the Abdomen after, 14.

III. In Fibro-Myoma of the Uterus, 144.

241. Laparo- Hysterotomy in a case of Supposed Extra-Uterine

Pregnancy, 328.
295. Lectures on the Principles and Practice of Medicine.
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104. Leucaemia and Pseudo-Leucaemia Exigencies^ 283.

245. Leucorrhoea, 333.

44. Liquid Amnii, Retention of the, as a Cause of Difficult
Labor, 57.

326. Malignant Colloid, 304.

42. Mammary Abscess, Prevention of, 56.

100. Mammae, Painful, in Young Girls, 121.

293* Manual of Differential Medical Diagnosis. Cutler, 390.

81. Massage in the Treatment of Infantile Paralysis, 93.

69. Measurement of the Feet of New-bom Children, 82.

165. Membranous Dysmenorrhoea, the Treatment of, 211.

25 1. Menopause, Treatment of Accidents of the, 350.

23. Menstruation and Sterility from Flexion, Painful, 32.
344. New Explanation of the Process of, 494-

16. Tardy, Black Mustard Seed in, 24.

55. When Should it Cease ? 65.

170. Metritis, Chronic, 228.
lis. Chronic, Treatment of, 147.

169. Metrorrhagia, Exploration of the Uterine Cavity in, 220.

362. Midwifery, a New Era in, 547.

60. Practice after Exposure to Sepsis, 72.

84. Milk, Curdling of, as Modified by Various Conditions, 94.
336. Suggestions for the Preparation of, for Infants, 483.

83. Mineral Waters, in Disorders in Childhood, 93.

361. Modem Midwifery; is it Based on Erroneous Principles, 544.

95. Muriate of Cocaine in the Treatment of Nymphomania, 115

12. Myoma of the U terns, 23.

159. Nasal Blenorrhoea in New-born Infants, 193.

183. Natural Labor and its Management, 247.

78. Nephritis following Varicella, 90.

354. Neurosis at the Symphysis Pubis, its relation to Hysteralgia,

530-

158. New-bom Infants, Tetanus of, 193.

342. New Medications, 488.

154. Nocturnal Cough of Children, 188.

356. Non Puerperal Injury of the Vagina, 535.

355. Pelvic Cellulitis, 531.

199. Normal Labor, Management of the, 278.

168. Oblique Pelvis of Naegele, on the Production of, 218.

51. Obstetric Anomaly, An, 62.

254. Forceps, 353.

379. Obstetrical Expedient, 580.

136. Heresies, 172.

360. Nomenclature, Uniformity in, 542.

191. Practice, the Best Anaesthetic in, 260.

365. Obstmction at the Pelvic Brim, Treatment of Labor De-
layed by, 555.

173. Odphorraphy, on the Treatment of Prolapsed Ovaries
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133- Origin and Significance of the Sexes and the Determination

of Sex in Utero, i68.
371. Ostium Vaginae, Congenital Absence of the, 577.

163. Ovariotomy, 201.

317. Influence of upon Menstruation, 444.

242. Oophorectomy and Hysterectomy, Abdominal Section

^or, 330.
281. Ovaritis in the Chorea of Sydenham, 384.
170. Ovaralgia of Rheumatic Origin, 227.

166. Ovarian Dermoid Cyst, with a Report of a Case, 212.
92. Displacements, 105.

31. Tumor, Rare Form of, 42.

35. Ovariotomy, Parotitis after, 45.

304. Ovary, Expelled from Anus, 409.

244. Oxalic Acid as an Emmenagogue, 333.

319. Palpation, Abdominat, in Obstetrics, 451.
258. In Pregnancy, 362.

216. Papayotinc in Diphtheria, 292.

90. Paralysis, Infantile, Treatment of, 100.

331. Parotitis, on the Contagiousness of, 479.

85. Partial Dislocation of the Head of the Radius Peculiar to
Children, 95.

314. Parotid, Affections following Operations on the Female

Genital Organs, 443.

170. Pelvic Cellulitis, 229.

164. Haematocele, 207.

105. Organs, Palpation of, 131.

385. Pericarditis after Whooping Cough, 582.
311. Pericystitis or Cellulitis in the Female, accompanying Dis-
eases of the Uterus and its Appendages, 433.
27. Perineorrhaphy, Method of, 38.
351. Perimetritis, 522.
346. Perineal Operation, New, 496.
368. Perineum, Preservation of the, During the Expulsion of the

Foetal Head, 568.
112. Perineum, Rupture of the, 145.
345. The, as a Supporting Structure, 495.

2. Peritonitis, Treatment of, 12.
9. Peri- uterine Haematocele, New Treatment of, by Negative

Galvano-puncture, 18.
15. Permanganate of Potash in Amenorrhoea, 24.
306. Of Potassium in Amenorrhoea, 413.

139. Peroxide of Hydrogen in Diphtheria, 177.

167. Pessaries, 217.

94. Indications for and Methods for Their Appli-

cation, 113.
198. Placenta, Removal of the, 277.
192. Praevia, 261.

135. Management of, 171.



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280. Pneumonia in Infants, 383.

189. Post-Partum Haemorrhage, 258.

370. Haemorrhage, Acute, Salt Infusion in, 573.
267. Saline Intravenous Injections in, 372.

40. Uterus, Pathology of the, 51.

340. Practical Surgery, Dictionary of, 487.

67. Pregnancy after Double Ovariotomy, 81.

66. Extra-uterine,^ Change to Intra-uterine by Means of

Faradization, 78.
270. Mistaken for a Tumor, a Seven Months', 375.

72. New Method of Diagnosing in the Early State

Months, 83.

376. Premature, Labor, Induction of, 579.

61. Labor, Induction of, 72.

49. Induction of, by Electricity, 61.

321. Protecting the Perineum, 456.

178. Pruritis of Women, 244.

252. Pruritis Vulvae, 350.

19. Surgical Treatment of, 25.

140. Pseudo-hypertrophy, and the Atrophy of the Muscle in

Infants, Progressive, 177.

377- Puerperal Diseases, General Treatment of, 580.
372. The Relation of Gonorrhoeal Infection to, 576.

73. Eclampsia, 84.
260. Eclampsia, 365.

46. Eclampsia, Hot Baths, 59.

70. Eclampsia, Treatment of, 82.

259. Eclampsia, the Prophylactic Treatment of, 363.

371. Fever, Antipyrin in, 575. »*J ]
121. Precautions for the Prevention of, 162.

128. Septicaemia Through the Blood, Treatment of,?i66.

300. Pulse Invariability in Menstruation, Regardless of Pos-
ture, 406.

62. Quintuple Labor, Case of, 72.

323. Rectal Expression, 458.

324. Retained Placenta, Treatment of, 459.

303. Retention of Urine from an Unusual Cause, 407.

235. Retroflexion of the Uterus : its Causes and Effects, 318.

386. Rhus Aromatica in the Treatment of Enuresis,

103. Round Ligaments, Shortening of the, 128.

329. Rotheln, Contribution Toward the Natural History of, 470.

30. Salix Nigra (Aments'), a New Sexual Sedative for Ovarian
Diseases, 41.

14. Santonin Jn Amenorrhoea, and Dysmenorrhoea, 24.

249. Sarcoma and Carcinoma in the Breast, Differential Diagno-
sis of, 344.

77. Scarlatina, Diagnostic Value of the White Streak in, 89.

206. Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria, a Specific for, 284.

76. Treatment of, 88.



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156. Scarlet Eever from the Cow, 189.
333. Scarlatina, the Cause and Treatment of, 480.
137. Sex of the Foetus, Determination of the, 176.
302. Secretion of Urine by the Stomach, 407.

54. Shoulder Presentations, Management of the, 64.

82. Smallness of Parts in Children, 93.
153. Subcutaneous Cold Abscesses in Scrofulous Children in

Tbeir Relation to Tuberculosis, 187.
211 & 279. Sulphate of Iron in Catarrh of the Stomach in Young

Children, 289, 383.
209. Small-pox, Abolition of, 287.

273. Subinvolution, 378.
32 Sterility, 42.

97. And Anteflexion, 117.

228. The Causes of, 324.

239. Therapeutics of Female, 325.

283. Suppression of the Urine in Diphtheria, 385.

276. Spontaneous Evolution of a Living Child at Term, 382.

364. Turning the Foetus and Uterus, External Manipulation as
a Means Of, 554.

123. Twin Pregnancy, Death of one Foetus, the other one Car-
ried to Term and Living, 164.

146. Tartar Emetic Vaccination, 183.

125. Tearing Away an Inverted Uterus, 165.

152. Therapy of Diabetes Insipidus, 189.

274. Third Stage of Labor, Management of the, 378.

367. With Special Reference to Retained Placenta, 563.

278. Thrush, the, 278.

122. Traumatic Rupture of the Uterus, 163.

294. Treatise on the Diseases of Infancy and Childhood. Smith,

391.
341. On the Diseases of the Nervous System, 488.

141. Tubercular Meningitis, by Phosphorus, Treatment of,

178.

134. Tubal Pregnancy, a Marvelous Case of, 169.

129. Umbilical Cord, When to Tie the, 166.

339. Umbilicus, Disease of the in the New-Born, 486.

307. Uterine Haemorrhage, Hydrastis Canadensis in Treatment

of, 415.
181. Importance of an Exploration of the Uterine Cavity

in cases of Severe, Persistent or Recurrent, 245.
106. Uterine Appendages, Diseases and Removal of the, 133.
^52. Cancer, the Early Diagnosis of, 528.

233. Palliative Treatment of, 316.

37. Disease, New Method of Treatment in, 45-

28. Displacements and their Treatment by Means of

Medicated Tampons, 38.
I. Correcting by Shortening the Round Ligaments, 9.

308. Flexions, the Treatment of, 415.



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115. Haemorrhage, New Method of Treatment of, 152.

193. Strychnine in, 263.

240. Is Disease of the Appendages as Frequent as it has

been Represented, 327.
227. Prolapsus, 307.

349. Sound, the, 511.

236. The Use of the, 322.

1 01. Uterus and Appendages, Diagnosis of Di 2.

29. And Vagina, Absence of, 40.

26. Anteflexion of the, 36.

347. Gradual Dilatation of the, 499.

313. On Inversion of the, 438.

71, Subinvolution of the, 83.

SS. Urticaria Occurring in Infancy, 99.

186. Urine in Puerperal Eclampsia, 257.
79. Vaccinia, An Outbreak of, 91.

22. Vaginal Injections, 29.
172. Apparatus for (illustrated), 232.

380. Tampon and Septicaemia, 581.

196. Haematoma, the Etiology of. Occurring during Labor,

272:
231. Hysterectomy for Cancer, 315.

180. Secretions, the Reaction of in Health and Disease, 245.

332. Variola, Contagiousness of at the Beginning of the

Eruption, 480.

375. Version and Extraction,the Relation of, in Point of Time,579.

24, Vesical- vaginal Fistula, without the Use of the Catheter in

the After-treatment, Operation for, 33.

99. Vicarious Menstruation, 119.
269. Haemorrhage, 374.

343. Menstruation, 489.

298. Menstruation, 403.

299. Through Both Ears, 406.

334. Vinegar Applications, for Diphtheritic Deposits, 482.

187. In Puerperal Haemorrhage, 258.

131. Vomiting of Pregnancy Instantly Relieved by Ether
Irrigations upon the Epigastrium, Excessive, 167.
255. Mechanical Treatment of, 356.

357. Vulvo-Rectal Fistula from Violence during First Coition,537.

179. Vulvo-Vaginitis, 244.

148. Whooping Cough, 185.
384. Carbolic Acid in the Treatment of, 582.

147- A Mixture for, 184.

207. In Carburet Hydrogen, 284.

208. Nitrate of Amyl in the Treatment of, 286.
284 Quinine in the Treatment of, 385.

374- Womb and Ovaries, Absence of, 578.



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