The American Practitioner, Volumes 5-6

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Contents

Delivery after Death
58
Doctors Signs
64
Surgery A New Achievement
91
Electricity in the Vomiting of Pregnancy 183 Roberts M D
118
Diabetes Jambul
119
Microorganisms Reduction of Nitrates by 249
121
Nutrition Effects of on the Functions of the Rheumatism Heart Complications in 248
125
Endemnic Typhoid or Typhomalarial Fever Iodides Influence of on the Elimination
129
American Medical Association Next Annual Cellulitis Periuterine F C Simpson M D 390
133
Moderate Drinking
139
Endemic An Anomalous
147
Ophthalmic Migraine Treatment
153
Phthisis Remarks on the Etiology of F
160
Physical Examination
167
Ocular Paralysis Some Notes on S G Dab
168
Tracheotomy in Children Why Unsuccessful 216
178
Diphtheria Local Treatment
184
Acetanilide as an Analgesic
185
Diploma Extraordinary
191
Syphilis Communication through Saliva 31 120 Uterus Retroflected Separation of Peritoneal
212
Doctors
213
Anesthesia Danger
236
Endocarditis in Dogs Ulcerative or Infectious 153 Kidney A Truss for Movable
239
Tinnitus Aurium Nitroglycerine
244
Edema of the Larynx
246
Ophthalmoplegia Progressive
248
Acetphenetidin as an Antipyretic
255
Ergotism Acute
256
Thyroid Arteries Ligature of to Produce Vulvovaginitis of Little Girls
258
Transfusion Proper Salts to be used in Making
271
Erysipelas Temperature
283
Eseridine
299
Actinomycosis Case of with Cure
312
Aneurism Treatment
318
Children Six at a Single Birth
341
Traumatic Hysteria in a Male
344
Tobacco Amblyopia
345
Esophageal Stricture E T Painter M D 199 Larrabee Dr J
348
Aneurisms Treatment with Jodide of Potash Chinese Medicine
382
Tubercle Bacillus Value of in Clinical Diag
395
Alaninmercury in Syphilis
397
Angioma of the Forehead
408
Exophthalmic Goitre
415
Paralysis Alcoholic
416
Antifebrin as an Analgesic Douglas Morton Chromogenic Microorganisms
3
Antifebrine
7
Patella Ununited Fracture of Treated by State Society
10
GenitoUrinary Surgeons American Associa Jenks Wm F Memorial Prize
95
Femur Ununited Fracture of the Neck of Laryngology William Cheatham M D 97
97
Antipyrin Notes
105
Gonorrhea in Women
114
Fetus Infection of through Placenta 338 Leprosy in New Orleans
119
Antiseptic Agents Chemical Incompatibility gnostic Factor
122
Phlogogen Secreted by Germs
125
Phthisis Kremianskis Analine Treatment of 247 M D
135
Antipyrine Exanthemata
143
Antrum Catarrh
150
logical
159
Fly The as a Carrier of Disease
160
Gunshot Wound of the Head W 0 Rob theric Scarlatinous Abscess Cavity 121
169
Bacteriotherapy Spontaneous
172
Hayfever Antipyrin and Antifebrin in 22 Lumbago Pains in the Back
185
Placentas Two One Child
190
Banquet A Fatal
192
Tait
202
Tuberculosis Creosote in Treatment
210
Headache Therapeutics
214
Typhoid Relapses Treated by Antipyretics 179
224
Gonorrhea in the Female
236
Bibliography and Reviews 17 55 94 113 139 Diabetes Comparative Value of Codeine
238
Aortic Valves
250
Hematuria Diagnostic Significance of 51 Materialism in Disease P D Sims M D 262
262
Urethral Stricture Management of E
269
Gonorrhea and Gleet Thallin
272
Bichromate of Potassium Suicide by Swal Diagnosis
286
Gout When to Use Colchicum in 156 Medical Association Mississippi Valley 186
287
Toenail Ingrowing Treatment of 155 187 M M D
296
Asthma Prescription
301
Tonsillitis Acute in Children
305
Hemoglobinuria in Rheumatism
309
Traumatic Perforations of the Intestines 57 Yellow Fever Dr Sternberg
317
Population of France Statistics
331
Ureteritis and Pyelitis
343
Bibliography and Reviews 15 40 83 108 138 Cord Treatment
344
timore
353
Bile and Fat Digestion
377
Boracic Acid Use
383
Puerperal Eclampsia
404
Hemorrhage Death from
407
Billroth on Mackenzie
412
Pyridine
416
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