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NEW ENGLAND

MEDICAL MONTHLY

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THE PRESCRIPTION,
WILLIAM C. WIE ARMRMD., LL. D., Editor.

,

JOHN J. BERRY, M. D., Assistant Editor.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

365

ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS: ABSTRACTS:
THE PROGRESS AND TENDENCY

The Value of Modern Quarantine-
OF HYGIENE AND SANITARY SCI-

School Inspection in Cities-On
ENCE IN THE NINETEENTH CEN.

the Ring of Waldeyer Consid-
TURY, by George M. Kober, M.

ered as a Road of Entry for Mi-
D., Washington, D. C., -

339

crobial Affections, Mixed Mar.
THIALION – Its THERAPEUTICAL

riages and Sterility-Etiology of
INDICATIONS WITH CLINICAL RE-

Iritis-Asthma,
PORTS, by C. W. Canan, B. S.,
M. D., Ph. D., Orkney Springs,

Treatment of Hay Fever—The Age
Va.,

353 of First Menstruation in the
CLIMATE FOR Health, by Paul

United States—Eye Affections in
Paquin, M. D., Asheville, N. C., 357 Bright's Disease · Eucain in
PHOSPHO-THERAPY AND NERVE.

Spinal Analgesia-Eye-Strain as
EXHAUSTION, by S. Green, M.

a Cause of Gastric Neurosis-
D., Southbury, Conn.,

363

Dissemination of Disease Among
EDITORIALS:

New Races-Treatment of Chronic
THE ATAXIA CLUB,

367

Conjunctivitis Puerperal Ec-
Koch ON TUBERCULOSIS,

367

lampsia-Spinal Cord Cocainiza-
A GROWING DANGER,

tion—The Mosquito and Yellow
A SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC,

Fever-Asthma-Secondary An-

emia-Acetanilid in Convulsions
CURRENT LITERATURE,

of Children -- The Nitrite Treat-
CORRESPONDENCE:

ment in Syphilis-An Improved
THE ASSOCIATION OF MILITARY

Method of Performing Suprapubic
SURGEONS OF THE UNITED

Cystotomy-Acute Nephritis Fol-
STATES,

370

lowing Influenza–Vaccine Infec-
SOCIETY REPORT:

tion of the Lips-Dietetic Treat-
New YORK ACADEMY OF MEDI-

ment of Bright's Disease,
CINE,

371 NOTES AND COMMENTS,
Prescription Contents, Pages XXVII and XXIX.

368
368
366

379

382

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS:

-Cough and Its Treatment in

ERYSIPELAS, by W. L. Smith, M.

Pulmonary and Laryngeal Tuber-

D., Argo, Texas,

385

culosis—Alcohol in the Acute

ON THE TREATMENT OF MENIN-

Stage of Pneumonia-Sugar as an

GITIS WITH UNGUENTUM CREDE,

Oxytocic-Exsection of a large

by F. Daxenberger, M. D., of

Portion of the Abdominal Wall

Regensburg,

in an Operation for the Radical

THE PREVALENCE AND TREAT.

Cure of Umbilical Hernia-Per-

MENT OF Gout, by Charles W.

forating Gastric Ulcer-Tetany

McIntyre, M. D., New Albany,

in Infancy- The Most Rational

Ind.,

389

Treatment of Scabies—The Cura-

SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIÆ:

bility of Inebriety by Medical

PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTION

Treatment-A Death Attributed

THERAPEUTIC VALUE, by L. H.

to X-Ray Photography-Abdom-

Warner, A. M., Ph. G., M. D.,

inal Hysterectomy for Cancer-

New York City,

391

Walking During Pregnancy-

A USEFUL ARTICLE FOR THE SUR-

Rectal Ulcers Simulate Uterine

GEON'S GRIP, by S. Green, M. D.,

Disease-Suppurative Pericarditis

Southbury, Conn.,

393

Apocynum for the Bad Effects of

TREATMENT IN PRIMARY SYPHILIS,

Whiskey and Tobacco-Croupous

by Frank H. Washburn, M. D.,

Enteritis–Effect of Menstruation

Boston, Mass.,

395

on the State of the Stomach—The

Age of First Menstruation in the

EDITORIALS:

United States-Puerperal Sep-

THERAPEUTICS MADE EASY,

401

ticæmia Treated with Unguentum

INFECTION BY FOODS,

401

Credé-A Contribution to the

CURRENT LITERATURE,

Modern Treatment of Piles-

402

Urinary Hyperacidity a Cause of

BOOK NOTICES:

Cystitis-Tuberculosis and Some

Syphilis; Its Diagnosis and Treat-

New Medications-Sarcoma of the
ment—The Diseases of the Re-

Nasal Mucous Membrane, Etc.-
spiratory Organs, Acute and

Hemorrhage Occurring after the

Chronic,

402 Menopause-Diet in Treatment

of Sciatica-Morphine in Puer-

ABSTRACTS:

peral Eclampsia—The Associate

Treatment of Whooping Cough,

Infections of Scarlet Fevers, etc.,

Physical Exercises in the Treat-

ment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis NOTES AND COMMENTS,

Prescription Contents, Pages XXVII and XXIX.

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M.R.C.S., ENGLAND
“Many patients with consumption or other wasting discases
appear to tolerate its (Angier's Petroleum Emulsion) use when
cod liver oil cannot be tolerated. Instead of setting the stomach
in revolt, as the latter will often do, it appears to soothe the
mucous membrane and produce a more natural tone and power
of assimilation. Petroleum does not irritate the nerves supply-
ing the mucous membrane of the stomach,but doubtless cleanses
away the foul mucous and leaves the digestive organs in a more
healthy condition to perform their functions naturally. Nutrition
is improved, therefore the condition of the weakened and dis-
eased lungs improves.”- Brit. Med. Four. No. 1997, p. 880.

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BURBRIDGE WHITE, A.B., M.D.

DIPLOMATE IN THE UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN
After making detailed experiments states: “The composite
effect of Angier's Petroleum Emulsion on the human system
is to strengthen, revitalize, check tissue waste. It fortifies
disease-resisting powers by maintaining normal nutrition and
inhibits the growth of disease-producing bacteria and their
toxins by rendering the system an unfavorable soil for their
growth. It supplants tissue waste by tissue reconstruction.
Report of Experiments, pub. in pamphlet form, London, 1900.

SAMPLES ONLY Ο Ν REQUEST
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NEW ENGLAND

MEDICAL MONTHLY

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THE PRESCRIPTION,

IBRARY
WILLIAM C. WILE, A. M., M. D., LL. D., Editor.

JOHN J. BERRY, M. D., Assistant Editor.

459

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS: BOOK NOTICES:
OBSERVATIONS IN PRACTICAL SUR-

Progressive Medicine-Simon's Man-
GERY. CERTAIN QUESTIONS ON

ual of Chemistry-Sexual Hy-
PROCEDURE, by Franklin Staples,

giene-Photographic Atlas(PhysiM. D., Winona, Minn.,

429 cians' Edition) of the Diseases of SOME NOTES ON TUBERCULOSIS, by

the Skin-International Clinic,
Arch Dixon, M, D., Henderson,

ABSTRACTS:
Ky.,

431

Carcinoma of the Larynx, LarRE-AMPUTATION OF LEG-OSTEO

yagectomy-When Should PaCLASIS OF ELBOW--SEQUESTROTO

tients be Advised to Eat EveryMY OF KNEE, by Thos. H. Manley,

thing?-Beta-Eucain Infiltration M. D., New York City,

434

Anästhesia- The Value of Anti

septic Nebulæ in Pulmonary TubTwo CASES OF BRIGHT'S DISEASE

erculosis-A Case of Suppression AND THEIR TREATMENT, by C.

of Urine Apparently Due to AsH, Sangster, M. D., Buffalo, N.

caris Lumbricoides - Forms of

Tremor and their Clinical CharTHE HEALTH OF THE AMERICAN

acters—Two Cases of Urogenital
GIRL, AS IMPERILLED BY

Colibacillosis-Gonorrheal Rheu-
SOCIAL CONDITIONS OF THE DAY,

matism-Sarcoma of the Intes-
by George J. Engelmann, M. D.,

tines, with Table of 15 Cases of St. Louis, Mo.,

437

Resection-Notes on Digestion

The Technique of Exploratory
A CONTRIBUTION TO THE THER-

Craniotomy-Contribution to the
APEUTICS OF PEPTO-MANGAN,

Knowledge of Congenital Mal-
“GUDE,” by Ludwig Pohl, M.

formations of the Female Genital
D., City Physician of Vienna,

Organs-Uncontrollable Epistaxis
Austria,

450 Arrested by the Local Application COLLARGOLUM AND UNGUENTUM

of Gelaton—The Open Operation CREDE, by Arthur De Voe, M. D.,

for Talipes (Equino-Varus) Seattle, Wash.,

Treatment of Puerperal Eclampsia

-On a New Method of Operation EDITORIALS:

for Exstrophy of the BladderTHE PRESIDENT'S CASE,

Prohibiting Street Association

with Prostitutes--Malignant DiphREPORT ON ANTITOXIN,

theria, etc., CURRENT LITERATURE, 461

NOTES AND COMMENTS,

436

THE

453

457 458

463

471

Prescription Contents, Pages XXIX and XXXI.

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