The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Volume 19

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W.A. Townsend & Adams, 1886 - Children

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Contents

Hysterotrachelorrhaphy under Cocaine Anesthesia 1264
xliii
Is Disease of the Uterine Appendages as Frequent as it has been Represented ? 947
xliv
ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS
1
The Value of the Antiseptic System in Private Obstetrical
2
Dermoid Cysts of both Ovaries A Diverticulum from
13
A Correction 1246
15
SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS OBSTETRICAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK
22
Dystocia through Circular Contraction of Upper Uterine
32
A Case of Removal of Two Sessile Cervical Fibroid
44
Dermoid Cysts of Both Ovaries with a Diverticulum Extending into the Rectum Operation Recovery
55
A Specimen of Cystic Ovaries with Pyösalpinx Re moved by Laparotomy Recovery
56
A Specimen of Extrauterine Pregnancy
57
A Case of Acute Procidentia in a Nulliparous Woman
59
Frequent Micturition in the Female
60
A Case of Spontaneous Amputation and Arrested De velopment
61
Inclusion of a piece of Omentum in a Perforated Glass Drainage Tube
62
Supposed Papillomatous Degeneration of the Ovary
64
A Successful Case of Secondary Operation for Acute Peritonitis following Ovariotomy
65
A Urethral Clamp for Local Arrest of the Circulation during the Buttonhole Operation
67
An Instrument for Dilating the Cervix Uteri
68
ProbePointed Scissors for Opening the Peritoneum
69
A Case of Hydrosalpinx Diagnosticated as Extrauterine Pregnancy Laparotomy Recovery
75
Supravaginal Removal of the Uterus and both
81
in England Scotland and Heidelberg
88
The Forms of the Curve of Uterine Contractions and the Peristalsis of the Human Uterus
94
The Etiology of Face Positions
96
Some Facts Learned during Artificial Suppression of the Menstrual Flow
99
Anesthesia by Nitrous Oxide with Oxygen
100
Posterior Parametritis and its Sequels
102
The Minute Alterations of the Nervous Apparatus in the Parametrium during Simple and Parametritic Atropby
104
REVIEWS
106
Conception after Curetting of the Uterus
112
The Treatment of Pelvic Abscess in Woman by Incision
113
A Case of Reflex Vasomotor Neurosis Dependent
135
A Case of Vicarious Menstruation Simulating Pulmo
141
A Case of Persistent Menstruation in a Lady Seventy Years of Age
152
Specimen of Renal Calculus Removed from an Infant
153
A Case of HysteroCatalepsy of Obscure Origin
154
Sudden Obscure Shock during Chronic Pelvic Perito nitis
155
A Case of Pregnancy Complicated by Aneurism of the Abdominal Aorta Normal Delivery
156
A Successful Case of Alexanders Operation
158
Lymphatic Leukemia in Childhood
160
Oophorectomy for Ovaralgia
166
Remarks upon Abdominal and Gynecological Surgery
172
The Suppuration and Discharge of Pelvic Dermoid
178
Some Causes of Tardy First Stage of Labor
181
Ophthalmoscopic Appearances in Septic Infection
191
Habitual Death of the Ovum when the Mother is Af fected with Disease of the Kidney
193
A Simple Safe Method for the Intrauterine Treat ment of Chronic Catarrh of the Uterus
194
A Carrier for Conveying a Fillet into the Groin in Ex tractions by the Breech
195
The Therapeutical Employment of Electricity in Minor Gynecology
197
The Total Extirpation of the Uterus through the Vagina 15 KALTENBACH Stenosis of the Tubes with Consecutive Muscular
199
Hypertrophy of the Wall
200
Some Obstetrical Instruments
201
Gynäkologische Wandtafeln zum Unterricht Gyneco
208
Obstétrique et Gynécologie Recherches Cliniques et
214
The Etiology of Puerperal Mastitis
222
The Management of Placenta Previa
225
A Case of Extrauterine Pregnancy Discharge of Fetus
242
A Case of Tuberculosis of the Uterus with Special
265
Epithelioma of the Bladder
267
A Specimen of Supposed Tubal Pregnancy
269
A Specimen of Small Ovarian Cyst with Pyosalpinx
270
Ventral Hernia Following LaparotomyOperationCure
272
VesicoVaginal Fistule
291
Puerperal Convalescence and the Diseases of the Puer
329
Two Cases of Large Extraperitoneal Pelvic Hematoma
334
perature
341
Syncope or Anemia of the Brain a Cause of Asphyxia
349
Myelitis Following Pelvic Cellulitis
394
A Specimen of Supposed Fleshy Mole
403
pian Tube
413
Two Recent Models of the Axistraction Forceps
421
On the Production of the Shape of the Oblique Pelvis
444
A Method of Treatment of Periuterine
448
On a PuerperalFever Microbe and its Habitat
449
Ovulation during Pregnancy With Three Wood
457
A Morning with August Martin
468
Puerperal Diseases An Explanation
474
A Case of Retention of Menses from an Imperforate
481
An Axistraction Attachment Applicable to any Variety
487
Is Disease of the Uterine Appendages as Frequent as it
491
Specimen of Aborted Ovum
493
Cases of Laceration of the Cervix Uteri with Unique
500
The Watery Discharges of Pregnant Women
507
A New Retroversion Stempessary
600
Specimen of Pregnant Uterus with Subperitoneal Fibroids
606
A Case of Hegars Operation for Sessile Submucous Fibroid
613
Menstrual Epilepsy
618
Forceps
624
Laparotomy for Pelvic Abscess
645
Feeding Bottle for Use in Cases of Intubation of
657
A Case of Circumscribed Sarcoma of the Vagina
659
Consideration of Dr Goodells Statistics of Abdominal
660
A Case of Traumatic Rupture of the Gravid Uterus Lapa
671
Intussusception in Children
673
A New Instrument for Intrauterine Medication Il
698
A New Method of Treating Aggravated Anteversion
706
The Value of Biniodide of Mercury as an Antiseptic
721
Dr Alex J Stones Pelvicoutlet Forceps
741
Case of Epithelioma of the Uterus Treated by Mercuric
749
On Contraction Inhibition and Expansion of
754
The Abuse of Intrauterine Medication
764
The Theory and Practice of Obstetrics With addi
766
Etude sur LOperation DAlexander Alexanders
782
rine Disease
785
A Case of Anencephalus
794
AMERICAN GYNECOLOGICAL SOCIETY
797
Report of Two Cases of Occlusion of the Vagina
802
A New Curette
811
Emmets Buttonhole Operation
829
Vaginal Hysterectomy
836
Report of a Case of Hernia of theUmbilical Cord
845
A Case of Dermoid Cyst Complicating Labor
851
Elasticity Retraction and Polarity of the Uterus
865
The Aftertreatment of Laparotomies
869
Placenta Previa
872
The Relations between the Quality of the Blood in the Pregnant Female and the Coin position of the Liquor Amnii
875
Palpation of the Ureters
877
Apparatus for the Filtration of Liquids Containing Bacteria
879
Medicating Tubes
881
The Behavior of Old Cicatrices from the Cesarean Section during Subsequent Pregnancies
883
Handbuch der Frauenkrankheiten
886
Diseases of the Digestive Organs in infancy and Child
892
A Few Cases of Tumor of the External Generative
895
A Glimpse of Laparotomy in Europe
897
A Rare Case of Dystocia Ending Fatally With Re
929
Abdominal Section for Pelvic Abscess
971
Occlusion of the Os Uteri as an Impediment to Labor
982
The Prophylaxis of Ophthalmoblennorrhea Neona torum
985
Puerperal Eclampsia
987
The General Treatment of Diseases of the Puerperium
988
The Use of Iodoform in Severe Laparotomies
992
Ulcers of the Bladder
993
The AlexanderAdams Operation
995
Measurement of the PelvisA Method of Measuring all the Pelvic Diameters
996
A Spondylolisthetic Pelvis
999
Premature Labor Induced after Recourse to Intra
1008
The Improved Cesarean Section
1009
Ovariotomy for Dermoid Tumor in a Child Thirty
1022
Ovariotomy for Double Ovarian Tumor with Tuber
1034
The Division of the Cervix Backwards in some Forms
1051
Pelvic Inflammations Cellulitis versus Peritonitis
1057
Ergot after Labor
1063
The Treatment of Procidentia Uteri by Galvanocautery
1070
Asepsis not Antisepsis A Plea for Principles not Para
1076
Saengers Cesarean Operation
1086
A Gravid Uterus with Adnexa Corresponding to
1097
Note on the Artificial Production of Socalled
1106
The Operation for Rectovaginal Fistulæ
1109
Perineoplasty
1110
Perineoplasty
1111
Cesarean Section
1120
A Study of the Causation and Treatment of Pelvic
1121
A Case of Induction of Premature Labor
1132
Two Cases of Rupture of the Uterus in the Puerperal
1150
Intussusception in Children
1156
Appliances for the Support of the Female Breast
1164
Gonorrheal Tuboovarian AbscessRight Side Lapa
1169
A Study of the Cause and Treatment of Pelvic Hema
1175
A Proposed Modification of Porros Operation
1181
A Case of Chronic Abscess of the Female Urethra
1205
A new System of Uterine Medication
1233
A Case of Obstructed Labor Caused by an Artificially
1245
Ruptured Fallopian Pregnancy Left Side
1273
Four Cases of Ruptured Uterus
1293
Rupture of the Uterus Porros Operation Recov
1296
Laparotomy for Intestinal Obstruction Recovery 1259
A Case of Fibrosarcomatous Tumor of the Ovary 1277

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Page 422 - This force is called the deflecting force, and can be resolved into two components, one in the direction of the motion, and the other at right angles to it.
Page 623 - that in every case of disease in the abdomen or pelvis, in which the health is destroyed or life threatened, and in which the condition is not evidently due to malignant disease, an exploration of the cavity should be made.
Page 241 - In case of favorable presentation, — occiput or breech, — the tampon will not materially obstruct the descent of the child, and in some cases the tampon, placenta, and child will be expelled rapidly and safely without artificial assistance.
Page 241 - In the majority of cases generally, and in all cases especially where there is reason to believe that rapid delivery may be required, it is more safe to rely upon the thorough continuous hydrostatic pressure of a Barnes' dilator than pressure by the fetal parts.
Page 426 - After such operations the uterine cavity and the vagina are thoroughly washed out with a two and a half per cent. solution of carbolic acid.
Page 241 - Where the implantation is only lateral or partial, and where there is no object in hurrying the labor, bipolar version, drawing down a foot, and leaving one thigh to occlude and dilate the os, may be...
Page 517 - There is less irritation from the laryugeal tube than from the tracheal canula. As the tube is considerably smaller than the trachea it does not press upon it firmly at any portion excepting at the chink of the glottis; 4.
Page 577 - Lesser degrees of inflammation, especially slight "catarrhal salpingitis," are seldom appreciable to the pathologist, still less to the surgeon. 5. Many of the symptoms ascribed to disease of the uterine appendages are really due to localized peritonitis, and will not be removed by a removal of the appendages. 6. The physiology of the ovaries and tubes is still imperfectly understood ; their pathology must then remain...
Page 233 - Do not wait in order to perform turning until the cervix and the os arc sufficiently dilated to allow the hand to pass. Turn as soon as you can pass one or two fingers through the cervix. It is unnecessary to force your fingers through the cervix for this.
Page 106 - A Manual of the Diseases of Women. Being a concise and systematic exposition of the theory and practice of Gynecology. By CHARLES H. MAY, MD, late House Surgeon to Mount Sinai Hospital, New York. Second edition, edited by LS Rau, MD, Attending Gynecologist at the Harlem Hospital, NY In one 12mo.

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