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ABBOTT, L. F. ABBOTT, S. W., M. D. BAKER, H. A., M. D. BARNES, H. J., M. D. BARTHOLOW, R., M. D. BOLLES, W. P., M. D. BRADFORD, E. H., M. D. BRANNAN, J. W., M. D. BRIDGE, N., M. D. BROCKWAY, C. H., M. D. BROWNE, W. T., M. D. BRUEN, E. T., M. D. CHANNING, W., M. D. CHEEVER, D. W., M. D. CRANDALL, C. R., M. D. CUSHING, B., M. D. CUTLER, E. G., M. D. DAVENPORT, F. H., M. D. DERBY, H., M. D. DOE, O. W., M. D. DRAPER, F. W., M. D. DWIGHT, T., M. D. ELIOT, G., M. D. ELLIOT, J. W., M. D. FIELD, H. M., M. D. FOLSOM, C. F., M. D. GAY, G. W., M. D. GERRISH, F. H., M. D. GREEN, C. M., M. D. GREEN, J. O., M. D. HERSEY, G. D., M. D. HILLS, W. B., M. D. HOMANS, J., M. D. HURD, E. P., M. D. INGALLS, W., M. D. IRISH, J. C., M. D.

JANNEY, W. S., M. D. JELLY, G. F., M. D. KNIGHT, F. I., M. D. LEE, W., M. D. LEFFMANN, H., M. D. LIEBMANN, G., M. D. MASON, A. L., M. D. MINOT, F., M. D. MORRIS, J. C., M. D. NANCREDE, C. B., M. D. OSGOOD, H., M. D., OTIS, E. O., M. D. PORTER, C. B., M. D. PORTER, P. B., M. D. POST, A., M. D. READ, G. M., M. D. ROLLINS, W. H., D. M. D. ROTCH, T. M., M. D. SHAPLEIGH, J. B., M. D. SHATTUCK, F. C., M. D. SHATTUCK, G. B., M. D. STRONG, C. P., M. D. SWIFT, J. B., M. D. TILDEN, G. H., M. D. THOMAS, C. H., M. D. TUTTLE, G. T., M. D WADSWORTH, O. F., M. D. WALTON, G. L., M. D. WATERMAN, T., M. D. WEBBER, S. G., M. D. WHEELER, L., M. D. WHITNEY, W. F., M. D. WITHINGTON, C. F., M. D WOOD, H. C., M. D. WOODBURY, F., M. D. WOODWARD, L. F., M. D.

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Abbe, R. Dupuytren's finger contraction, 419.'

Hospital, and McLean Asylum, Seventieth Annual Report, 376; MicheAbbot, S. L. Acute eczema in pregnancy, 276.

ner, E , Hund-Book of Evlampsia, 257 ; Minnesota, Ninth Report of the Abbott, L. F. The milk supply of Boston, and the benefit to be derived State Board of Health, 424, National Board of Health, Report for the from spaying cows, 317, 352.

Year 1882-1883, 41; New York and Brooklyn Formulary of Unofficipal PrepAbbott, S. W. Modern legislation relative to adulteration of food and arations, 545 ; Oldberg, O., and Wall, 0. A., A Companion to the United drugs, 241, 203.

States Pharmacopæia, 620; Parker, T. J.,' A Course of Instruction in Abdominal Surgery. Two cases of abdominal section to discover the Zoutomy (Vertebrata), 518, Parkex, E. A., A Manual of Practical llygi

cause of intestinal obstruction, Homans, J., 145, 156; report of cases ene, 400; Porritt, N., Intra-thoracic Effusion, 112; Power, H., Elements treated in Ward XIX., Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, 619.

of Human Physiology, 181; Quivan, J. R., Medical Appals of Baltimore Abortion. Retained placenta of abortion, with hæmorrhage, Brown, M. from 16u8 to 1880), 519; Remsen, J., Principles of Practical Chemistry, L., 573.

645 ; Richardson, B. W., The Field of Disease, 519; Ringer, S., A HandAbscess. Recent methods of treating cold abscesses, Billroth, 190.

book of Therapeutics, 545 : Seguin, E. C., Opera Minora, 279 ; Semple, A., Actinomycosis of the peritoneum and abdominal organs iu man, 259; a The Direases of Children, 520 ; Shirk, J. K., Female Hygiene and Female case of actinomycosis in a heiter, Whitn-y, W.F., 532, 545.

Diseases, 568 ; South Carolina, The Fourth' Anoual Report of the State Addison's Disease. Howe, 0. T., 181.

Board of H-alth, 160; Tidy, c M., Legal Medicine, 518 ; Treves, F., SurAdirondacks. The preservation of the Adirondacks, 114.

gical Applied Anatomy, 39; Tuke, D. H., Illustrations of the lofluence of Adulteration of Food and Drugs. Modern legi-lation, Abbott, Mind upon the Body in Health and Disease, Designed to Elucidate the Ac

8. W., 241, 253 ; adulteration of food and drugs, Co.cord, s. M., Can- tion of the Imagination, 423; Wells, J. S., A Treatise on tbe Diseases of ping, H., Markoe. G. F. II., Bartlet, W. W., Davenport, B. F., Durkee, W. the Eye, 112 ; Wickes, S., Sepulture ; Its History, Methods, and Sanitary C., 273; pettifogg'ng by the drug adulterators, 256; adulterated drugs, Requisites, 5:20; Woodhead, J. S., Practical Pathology, 280. 35%; further legislation to prevent the adulteration of food and drugs, Billroth. Recent methods of creating cold abscesses, 190. 879.

Biography. Allen, A. N., 168, 288 ; Balfour, J. 11., 240; Bullock, 0., Albumen. The detection of albumen in urine, Fowler, G. B., 299.

304, 610; Campbell, W. II., 432; Chalmers, T. C., 571; Clark, J. L., 144, Albuminuria. Nitro-glycerine and the chloride of gold and sodium in Dresser, S. P., 72 ; DuBois, H. A., 92 ; Dumns, J. B., 528; Ellis, C., 70,

the treatment of albuminuria, Bartholow, R., 32; albuminuria, Griswold, 151, 166, 186 ; Engelmann, G., 240 ; Fowler, E.'0., 501; Gilinan, J.T., 92 ; G., 533 ; physiological albuminuria, Chateaubourg, bil.

Gross, S. D., 465, 532; Harris, E., 141 ; Hildreth, C. U., 504; Holt, A. F., Amaurosis. A case of sudden amaurosis, recovery, Derby, II., 126.

46; Hooker, G., 288 ; Jewett, J. J., 144 ; Jewett, P. A., 384; Lawrence, Ammonia. Inhalation of ammouia, Swan, C. W.,


F. P., 21; Lawrence, G. C., 70, 168 ; Livingston, B., 188 ; Lord, C M., 264 ; Anæsthesia. Ether administered by the rectuni, 405 ; etherization by Parker, W., 427; Perry, T. W., 70, 72, 304, 616; Roberts, M., 240 ; Sabin,

the rectum, l'ost, A., 442, 451: some of the dangers and disadvautages of HI L., 216, 288 ; Whipple, S. M.,115; Yandell, L. P., 312. anästhesia, Cheever, D. W., 509.

Blake, C. J. Perception of musical notes in animals, 661. Anatomy. Recent progress in anatomy, Dwight, T., 225; the differences Blake, J. G. Aneurism of ascending aorta, 61 ; dernioid cyst of the right

iu form of the adult head, Dalton, J. C., 229 ; lecture in the course ou ovary, 62; the meujcal treatment,of uterine fibroids, 564 ; puerperal conTopographical Anatomy, Dwight, T., 55; modern methods iu anatomy, vulsions, 665. Dwight, T., 585.

Blistering. Topical cardiac blistering in the treatinent of acute rheumaAneurism of the thoracic aorta, O'Leary, C., 37; areurism of the as- tism, Parks, N. OʻD., 303.

cenuing aorta, Blake, J. G.,61; abdominal aneurism, Stevens, E. II., 61; Bloud-Poisoning following surgical operations, Wheeler, W. G., 271.

atheroula, dilitation and nbeurisnı of the aorta, eto., Mussur, J. 1., 87. Bulles, W. P. Report on Materia Medica, 200 ; peculiar case of valvular Animals. Percep ion of musical notes in animals, 561.

disease of the heart, 348. Annus Medicus incipiens, 18.

Bone. Osteo-myelitis of tibia, Wilson, C. M., 136; brittle bones, Graham, Antiseptics in the New York Hospital, 106.

D,, 467. Appendix. Colloid cancer of the appendix vermiformis, Draper, F. W., Borax. Pathological conditions of the skin following the internal use of 131.

borax, Wigglesworth, E., 404. Arteries. The healing of arteries after ligature, Warren, J. C., 418. Bosworth, F. H. The clinical significance of fibrinous exudation upon Asch, M. J. A case of eccbondrosis of the larynx, 511.

the mucous membrane of the upper air passages, 491.

Bowditch, H. I. Letter on Dr. Calvin Ellis, 152; chronic retention of Bacillus. Pathological and practical relations of the bacillus tuberculo- urine, 319.

sis, Flint, A., 108 ; a new method for the detection of the bacillus tuber- Bowditch, H.P. Methods of instruction and research in physiology,584. culosis, Hartsell, 166 ; Hartsell's method for staining the tubercle bacil. Bowdoin Medical College. Graduating exercises, 549; Medical lus, Ernst, H. C., 213; the diaguortic value of the discovery of the Alumni Association, 519.

“ bacillus tuberculosis'' in sputum, 498; the tubercle bacillus, 618. Bradford, E. H. Excision in hip disease ; are its prognosis and its reBaker, H. A. An improved appliance in the physiological treatment of sults better than thore of a spontaneous cure, 7 ; a successful case of amcleft palate, 127, 134.

putation at the hip-joint, 257; on the use of force in the treatment of reBaker, W. H A case showing the effects of hot water on papillary tu- Ristant club-foot, 265; report ou orthopædic surgery, 394. mrs of the bladder, 593.

Brannan, J. W. The treatment of retaived secundines after abortion, Baltimore. Letter from Baltimore, 237.

147. Barnes, H. J. Sewage systems and the epuration of sewage by irriga- Breast. Section of fibroma mammæ, MacConnell, W. G., 38; case of tion and agriculture, 677, 603, 609.

mammary cancer, Green, C. M., 59. Bartholow, R. Nitro.glycerine and the chloride of gold and sodium in Brockway, C. H. Thrombosis and the conditions which favor its de

the treatment of albuminuria, 32; what is meant by nervous prostration? velopment, 66.
53, 63.

Broughton, H. W. "Infectious " pneumonia ; gangrene of lung; fetid Berlin Polyclinic, 834.

empyema ; recovery,

172. Bibliography. Agnew, D. H., The Principles and Practice of Surgery, Brown, D. An acephalous monster, 539.

Vol. II., 100; Allen, H., A System of Human Anatomy, including its Brown, M. L. Retained placenta of abortion, with bæmorrhage, 573.
Medical and Surgical Relations, 232; Bloxam, C. L., Chemistry: Inor- Browne, W. T. Plaster supports, 269.
ganic and Organic, with Experiments, 593; Brown, F. H., The Medical Bruen, E. T. History of a case of perihepatic abscess, 412.
Register for New England, 472; Browne, L., and Behnke, E., Voice, Song Buboes. Pressure in the treatment of buboes, Petersen, o., 5.
aud Sprech, 232 ; Browning, W., The Veins of the Brain and its Envel- Burge, W.J. Malignant disease of the bladder, 304.
opes : Their Anatomy and Bearing on the lutra-Cranial Circulation, 5:8; | Burrell, H. L. Tumor of the uterus, 348.
Bruce-Clarke, G. W., and Lockwood, C. B., The Dissector's Manual, 64 ;
Bruck, L., The Australasian Medical Directory aud land-Book, 184; Cabaniss, T. T. Contagiousness of typhoid, 524.
Bumstead, F.J., and Taylor, R. W., The Physiology and Treatment of Ve- Cabot, A. T. A new hip splint, 6; multiple calculi in the bladder, 398.
nereal Diseases, 328; Butlin, II. T., Malignant Disease (Sarcoma and Car- Cæsarean Section as performed by savages, 450.
cinoma) of the larynx, 567; Chapman, H. C., Ilistory of the Discovery of

Calculus. Salivary calculi of the right sub-maxillary gland, Cox, J. B.,
the Circulation of the Blood, 518 ; Coats, J., A Manual of Pathology, 400; 35 ; multiple calculi in the bladder, Cabot, A. T., 348.
Cullingworth, C. J., A Short Manual for Monthly Nurses, 377; Duncan, J. California, Some observations on Southern California and Colorado,
M., on sterility in Woman, 209; Garnier, P., Dictionnaire Annuel des Davenport, F. H., 554.
Progrès des Sriences et Institutions Médicales, 568; Gerhard, W. P., Cancer. Colloid cancer of the appendix vermiformis, Draper, F. W., 131.
Hlints on the Drainage and Sewerage of Dwellings, 257 ; Gowers, W. R., Carcinoma. Colloid carcinoma, Llearn, J., 565.
The Diagnosis of Diseases of the Spinal Cord, 209 ; Gradle, H., Bacteria and Catarrh. Chronic nasal catarrh; removal of hypertrophied tissue, Knight,
the Germ Theory of Disease, 328 ; Gynecological Society, American, Trun- F. 1., 132.
sactions, 1882, 111; Gynecological Society, American, Transactions, 1883, Ceilings. High and low ceilings, 286.
279; Ilamilton, A. McL., A Manual of Medical Jurisprudence, with Spe-Cephalhæmatoma, llaven, H. C., 184.
cial Reference to Diseases and Injuries of the Nervous System, 377; Cerebral Localizations, Turd, E. P., 561.
Hutchison, J. C., The laws of Health, 617; Iowa, Sixth Biennial Re- Cerebro-spinal Meningitis, five cases, Mason, A. L., 121, 132 ; some
port of the State Board of Health for the Year ending June 30, 1883, suggestions upon cerebr)-spinal ineningitis, Davis, íl. G., 262.
620 ; King, A. F. A., A Maqual of Obstetrics, 424 ; Magiin, A., and Stern- Chadwick, J. R. Sea voyages and amenorrhæ4, 448.
berg, G. M , Bacteria, 280 ; Mann, E. C., A Manual of Psychological Med- Channing, w. Recent progress in the construction of insane hospitals,
icine and Allied Nervous Diseases, 137; Martin H. N, and Moale, w. and management of the insane, 295, 321.

Hand-book of Vertebrate Dissection, 518; Massachusetts General Chateaubourg. Physiological albuminuria, 560.

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