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Contents

BLINCOE A G M D 435
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Case of Erythromelalgia 329
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Industrial Occupation of Women and Infant Mortality
113
COTTEL WILLIS I M D 223
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London Letter 68 154 244 319 409 454
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DAVID EDWARD L A B M D 341
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JACKSON J B M D 286
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Jambul in Diabetes Mellitus By Arthur W Smyth A M M D 404
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Something on the Disuse of Phlebotomy By Rufus W Griswold M D
156
Lowder WILLIAM LANE B S M D 212
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Chinese Edition of Grays Anatomy
163
Diphtheria Mortality in Germany 418
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Starch Food its Use and Abuse By D G Simmons M D
173
Cincinnati Obstetrical Society
190
Cocaine in the Nose 159
196
Two Episodes in Her Life By I N Bloom A B M D 41
199
FRANK Louis M D 129
205
Suggestive Therapeutics By Willis I Cottel M D
223
Congenital Fissures of the Cervix Uteri 392
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Abuse of Opium By John G Cecil B S M D 41
237
Lactophen in the Treatment of Insomnia in the Insane 317
244
Ole Docteur Fiset who has Got Ninety Years or So 290
249
Constipation 192
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Free HCl in the Stomach Contents 83
257
LOWDER WILLIAM LANE B S M D 80
286
Wakes as a Source of Infection 498
287
Preliminary Announcement of the Committee of Arrangements American Medi
288
Relief of Painful Affections of the Bladder Prostate or Urethra 74
312
Consumption of Horseflesh in Paris
319
Tabetic Anesthesia
323
Guntermann Dr Peter 416
329
Roentgen Rays in Court
330
Maternal Impression Extraordinary 393
331
Communication of Venereal Diseases a Criminal Offense 460
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Wounds of the Eye and Their Treatment By A H Edwards M D
382
Tuberculosis of the Middle Ear
392
Actinomycosis in Man
398
Professional Friendship By William Lane Lowder B S M D
411
Written Examination in Physiology 246
412
Honor the Physician 81
418
MOORE R D M D 180
422
Consumption By Cornelius Skinner M D 165
435
How We Feel When We Die 35
439
RAY J MORRISON M D
441
Inflammable Combs 330
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CorteLL H A M D 281
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Salicylate of Methyl in Articular Rheumatism 73
73
Nogues Paul M D 248
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Treatment of Tuberculosis with Tuberculin R
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American Microscopical Society 319
86
Notice from State Board of Health 37
91
Kidney Failure in Pregnancy By Ewing Marshall M D 427
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Operative Treatment of Pelvic Suppuration 478
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Smallpox and Vaccination By Albert Bernheim M D
132
SOLOMON LEON L A B M D
168
Some Thoughts on the Origin and Prevention of Disease By J F Rascoe M D 176
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Osteosarcoma of the Lung and the Roentgen Rays 192
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COWAN HARRY J M D 205
196
Something About Water By T J Townsend M D
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Death at the Age of One Hundred and Four Years 399
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Arrest of Hemorrhage from Large Vessels by Suturing 235
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Venesection in Childrens Diseases 237
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Atheromata on the Flexor Tendons of the Fingers 272
241
BATE R ALEXANDER A B M D 6
271
TriState Medical Society of Alabama Georgia and Tennessee
275
University of Louisville
281
Yellow Flag 286
286
Birds to Produce Tuberculosis Antitoxin 199
299
Diphtheria Antitoxin Patented 153
301
C M D 209
316
Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association
317
Early Symptom of Measles 117
318
Endarteritis of Renal Arteries and Cortical Necrosis 74
325
Unusual Esophageal Anomaly By Edward L David A B M D
341
Spread of Disease by Flies
350
Where the Responsibility for Cuban Disaster Lies 356
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Pathology and Diagnosis of Diphtheria By Charles W Aitkin M D I 24
359
Use of Gloves at Operations
366
STUCKY THOMAS Hunt M D
382
Examination of the Sputum 439
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Boulimia 388
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Periodic Menstrual Psychoses 239
397
Hernia and Report of Cases By A H Barkley M D 241
399
Sycosis By John Edwin Hays A M M D
401
Bullets in the Brain and the Roentgen Rays 116
431
Treatment of Contracture of the Bladder by Hydraulic Pressure
436
Calcium Hypophosphite as a Hemostatic 158
439
Use of Sugar after Severe Muscular Exercise
441
WhoopingCough By R B Gilbert M D 45
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Vaccination By B W Smock M D
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Page 350 - A Text-Book of Practical Therapeutics; with Especial Reference to the Application of Remedial Measures to Disease and their Employment upon a Rational Basis.
Page 65 - A Text-Book of the Practice of Medicine. By JAMES M. ANDERS, MD, PH. D., LL. D., Professor of the Practice of Medicine and of Clinical Medicine, Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia.
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