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CONTRIBUTORS TO VOLUME CX.
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. Đ. 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. L. 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.
Abbe, R. Dupuytren’s finger contraction, 419.'
Hospital, and McLean Asylum, Seventieth Annual Report, 376; Miche-
Abbot, S. L. Acute eczema in preguancy, 276.
ner, E , Band-Book of Eclampsia, 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 Ilealth, Report for the
from xpaying cows, 317, 352.
Year 1882-1983, 41 : New York and Brooklyn Formulary of Unofficipal Prep-
Abbott, s. w. Moderu legislation relative to adulteration of food and arations, 545 ; Oluberg, O., and Wall, 0. A., A Companion to the United
drug, 241, 203.
States Poarmacopæia, 620 ; Parker, T. J.,' A Course of Instruction in
Abdominal Surgery. Two cases of abdominal section to discover the Zovtomy (Vertebrata), 518, Parkex, E. A., A Manual of Practical lygi.
cause of intestinal obstruction, llomans, J., 145, 156; report of cases ene, 400; Porritt, N., Intra-thoracic Effusion, 112; Power, H., Elements
treated in Werl XIX., Royal lufirmary, Edinburgh, 619.
of Human Physiology, 181; Quidan, J. R., Medical Annals of Baitimore
Abortion. Retained placenta of abortion, with hæmorrhage, Brown, M. from 168 to 1880, 519; Rein-en, J., Principles of Practical Chemistry,
545 ; Richardson, B. W., The Field of Disease, 519; Ringer, S., A Hand.
Abscess. Recent methods of treating cold abscesses, Billroth, 190.
book of Therapeutics, 645 : Seguin, E. C., Opera Minora, 279; Semple, A.,
Actinomycosis of the peritonæuin and abdominal orgins ju man, 259; a The Diseases of Children, 520 ; Shirk, J. K., Female Hygiene and Female
caxe of actinomycosis in a heiter, Whitd-y, W.F., 532, 515.
Diseases, 569 ; South Carolina, The Fourth Annual Report of the State
Addison's Disease. llowe, 0. T., 181.
Board of ll. alth, 160 ; Tidy, c M., Legal Medicine, 518; Treves, F., Sur.
Adirondacks. The preservation of the Adirondacks, 114.
gical Applied Anatomy, 39; Tuke, D. H., Illustrations of the lofluence of
Adulteration of Food and Drugs. Modern legislation, Abbott, Miud upon the Body in Health and Disea-e, Designed to Elucidate the Ac-
8. W., 241, 253 ; adulteration of food and drugs, Co coru, 8. M., Can. tion of the Imagination, 423; Wells, J. S. A Treatise on the Diseases of
ning, it., Markoe, G. F. H., Bartlet, W. W., Davenport, B. F., Durkee, W. the Eye, 112 ; Wickex, s., Sepulture ; Its History, Methods, and Sunitary
C., 273; petrifogging by the drug adulterators, 256; adulterated drugs, Requi-ites, 520 ; Woodhead, J. S., Practical Pathology, 280.
858 ; Turther legislation to prevent the auulteration of food and drugs, Billroth. Recent methods of treating cold abscesses, 190.
Biography. Allen, A. N., 168, 288 ; Balfour, J. II , 240; Bullock, O.,
Albumen. The detection of albumen in urine, Fowler, G. B , 299.
304, 6lo; Campbell, W. II., 432; Chalmers, T. C., 571; Clark, J. L., 144 ;
Albuuninaria. Nitro-glycerine and the chloride of gold and sodium in Dresser, S. P., 72 ; DuBois, 11. 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. O., 501; Gilman, J.T., 92 ;
G., 033 ; physiological albuminuria, Chateaubourg, 6.0).
Gross, S. D., 465, 532; Harris, E., 141 ; Hildreth C. H., 504; Holt, A. F.,
Amaurosis. A case of sudden amurosis, recovery, Derby, II., 126. 46; Hooker, G., 288; Jewett, J. J., 144 ; Jewett, P. A., 384 ; Lawrence,
Ammonia. Inhalation of ammonia, Swan, C. W., 497.
F. P., 21; Lawrence, G. C., 70, 168 ; Livingston, B., 188 ; Lord, C M., 264
Anæsthesia. Ether administrred by the rectum, 405 ; etherization by Parker, W., 427; Perry, T. w., 71, 72, 304,616 ; Roberts, M., 240 ; Sabin,
the tectum, Post, A., 442, 451: some of the dangers and disadvautages of II L., 216, 288 ; Whipple, S. M., 115; Yandell, L. P., 312.
abæsthesia, Cheever, D. W., 509.
Blake, c. J. Perception of musical notes in animals, 561.
Anatomy. Recent progress in anatomy, Dwight, T., 225; the differences Blake, J. G. Aneurism of ascending aorta, 61 ; dermoid cyst of the right
in form of the adult head, Dalton, J. C., 229 ; lecture in the course on ovary, 62; the meuical treatment of uterine fibroids, 564; puerperal con-
Topographical Anatomy, Dwight, T., 5v5; modern methods iu anatomy, vulsions, 565.
Dwight, T., 585.
Blistering. Topical cardiac blistering in the treatment of acute rheuma-
Aneurism of the thoracic aorta, O'Leary, C., 37; aneurism of the as tism, Parks, N. O'D., 33.
cenuing aorta, Blake, J. G., 61; abdoinjual aneurisin, Steveus, E. II., 61; Blood-Poisoning following surgical operations, Wheeler, W. G., 271.
atberoma, dilitation and aneurism of the aorta, eto, Musser, J. II., 87. Bolles, W. P. Report on Materia Medica, 200 ; peculiar case of valvular
Animals. Perceprion 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 flospital, 106.
Appendix. Colloid cancer of the appendix vermiformis, Draper, F. W., Borax. Pathological conditions of the skin following the internal use of
borux, Wigglesworth, E., 404.
Arteries. The healing of arteries after ligarure, Warren, J. C., 418. Bosworth, F. H. The cinical significance of fibrinous exudation upon
Asch, M.J. A case of ecchondrosis of the larynx,511.
the mucous membrane of the upper air passages, 491.
Bowditch, H. I. Letter on br. Calvin Ellis, 162; chronic retention of
Bacillus. Pathological and practical relations of the bacillus tuberculo urine, 349.
818, 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, Hartwell, 166 ; Hartsellis method for stuining the tubercle bacil Bowdoin Medical College. Graduating exercises, 549; Medical
lus, Erost, II. C., 213; the diagnostic 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 re-
Baker, H. A. An improved appliance in the physiological treatment of sulis better than those of a spontaneous cure, 7 ; a successful case of am-
cleft palate, 127, 134.
putation at the hip-joint, 257; on the use of force n the treatment of re-
Baker, W. H A case showing the effects of hot water on papillary tu. sistant club-foot, 265; report on orthopædic surgery, 394.
mirs of the bladder, 593.
Brannan, J. W. The treatment of retained secundines after abortion,
Baltimore, letter from Baltimore, 237.
Barnes, H. J. Sewage systems and the epuration of sewage by irriga- | Breast. Section of fibroma mamma, MacConnell, W. G., 38 ; case of
tion and agriculture, 577, 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, 56.
Broughton, H. W. “Infectious ” pneumonia; gangrene of lung; fetid
Berlin Polyclinic, 334.
empyema ; recovery, 172.
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ejuoma) of the larynx, 567; Chapman, IL C., Ilistory of the Discovery of Calculus. Salivary calculi of the right sub-maxillary gland, Cox, J. B.,
the ('irculation of the Blood, 518 ; Coats, J., A Manual of Pathology, 400; 35 ; multiple calculi in the bladder, Cabot, A. T., 398.
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port of the State Board of Hea th for the Year ending June 30, 1883, suggestions upon cerebr) spinai meningitis, Davis, II. G., 262.
520; King, A. F. A., A Manual of Obstetrics, 424 ; Mingin, A., and Stern Chadwick, J. R. Sea voyages and amenorrhoe: , 448.
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Cheever, D. W. Some of the dangers and disadvantages of anæsthesia, peritoneum and abdominal viscera, Hornet, V., 372 ; typhlitis and peri-
typhiitis, Wheeler, L., 409; history of a case of perihepatic abscess, Bruen,
Chemistry. The clinical examination of diabetic urine by Duhomme's E. T., 412; four cases of strangulated herbia, 416; pseudo-membranous
test, tluru, E. P., 21; report on medical chemistry, Hills, W. B., 131). enteritis, Doe, 0. W., 441; excision of a portion of intestine, including
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M not, F., 275; the hygiene of study, 305 ; recent progress in diseases of Porter, C. B., 457, 467 ; stricture of the oesophagus, Lincolo, R. P., 512;
children, Rotch, T. M., 305.
tonsillitis, DéBlois, T. A., 514 ; treatment of ulcer of the stomach, 621;
Children's Hospital, Boston, 46.
practical suggestions upon the alimentation of patients suffering from dys-
China. Cremation in China, 14
phagia, Delavau, D. B., 536; progress in dentistry, Rollins, W. II., 532,
Chloral. An over.dose of chloral, Reynolds, J. P., 151.
606; excision of the rectum for caucer, Cripps, 11., 598.
Cholera. “Precautions against cholera," 165 ; reports on cholera, Sur Diphtheria. Sudden death in diphtheria, Longaker, D., 422 ; diphtheria
geon-General Hunter and Dr. Robert Koch, 258.
with complications, Hayward, G, G., 515; tracheotomy in croup and diph-
Circulatory System. Enormous hypertrophy of the heart, Dulles, C. theria, Montgomery, E E., 567.
W., 10 ; refusioa io carbonic oxide poisoning, Ilalsted, W. 8., 22; para Distoma. Toe life-history of the distoma hepaticum, Minot, C. S., 418.
centesis of the pericardium, Macdonald, J. W., 22; aneurism of the thora Doe, 0. W. Collection of three gall-stones, 318; retained placenta, 436,
cic aorta, O'Leary, C., 37; calcified pericardium, double mitral disease, 37; 411; pseudo-membranous enteritis, 441; removal of foetal bones by rec-
thrombosis, and the conditions which favor its development, Brock way, C.
H., 56; aneurism of the ascending aorta, Blake, J. G., 61; abdominal Draper, F. W. Recent progress in forensic medicine, 80; colloid cancer
aneurism, Stevens, E. H., 61; atheroma, dilatation and aneurism of the of tue appendix vermiformis, 131 ; cases of rupture of the liver, 339, 319.
aorta, etc., Musser, J. H., 87; recent progress in the treatment of tho Drugs. state prosecutions for adulterated drugs, võ; moderu legislation
racic disease, Shattuck, F. C., 174; topical cardiac blistering in the treat relative to adulteration of food and drugs, Abbott, s. W., -41, 263; "tur-
ment of acute rheumatism, Parks, N. O'D , 303 ; peculiar case of valvular ther legislation to prevent the adulteration of food and drugs,' 378.
di ease of the heart, Bolles, W. P., 318; rupture of one of the aortic valves Drunkard and the doctor, 281.
during severe muscular strain, 372; spontaneous phlebitis, Fitield, W.C. Ductless Glands, diseases of. Addison's di-eass, Howe, 0. T., 181.
B., 397 ; probable transfixion of the heart, with recovery, 406; the heal Dulles, C. W. Enormous hypertrophy of the heart, 16.
ing of arteries after ligature, Warren, J. C., 418; umbilical hæmorrhage, Dwight, T. Recent progress in anatomy, 225 ; lecture in the course on
Gibb, J. S., 422; senile gangrene, Fitz, R. H.,514; umbilical hæmorrhage, topographical anatomy, 505; modern methods in anatomy, 585.
Richardson, W. L., 592.
Dysphagia. Practical suggestions upon the alimentation of patients suf-
Cleft Palate. Au improved appliance in the treatment of cleft palate, fering from dysphagia, Delavan, D. B., 536.
Baker, W. A., 127, 131,
Climate. Some observations on Southern California and Colorado, Daven Ear. Recent progress in otology, Green, J. Orne, 3; treatment of diseases
port, t. II., 654.
of the ear, Morse, H. L , 161; intlammation of both tympana and both
Club-foot. On the use of force in the treatment of resistant club-foot, labyrinths in scarlet fever, Green, J. Orne, 228; round-celled sarcoma of
Brudford, E H., 205.
the meatus auditorius, Green, J. Orue, 348; erous effusions in the tympa-
Cohen, J. S. A case of complete paralysis of the left vocal band in ex num, Green, J. Orne, 553, 500 ; specimen illustrating progressive move-
treme abduction, the result of an incised wound of the neck, 49).
went of dermoid lining of external auditory cinal, llooper, F. II., 560.
Collodion. Some surgical use of collodion, Ganigee, S., 164.
Early Rising. The therapeutics of early rising, 473.
Colon. Downward displacement of the transverse colon; three cases, with Eczema. Acute eczema in pregnaucy, Abbot, s. 1., 276.
autopsies, Thomas, c. 1,1; downward ui-placement of the transverse Edes, R. T. Clinical lecture on a case of my xoedema, 385; diabetic coma,
colon, Williams, T., 45.
495 ; unusual cases of scurvy, 607; materia medica at the Harvard Media
Connecticut. Typhoid and malarial fevers in Connecticut, 117; malaria cal School, 620.
and diphtheria in Connecticut, 334.
Edinburgh. Edinburgh tercentenary, 379; the medical magnates of
Contagious Diseases. A bill to prevent the spread of contagious dis Edinburga, 401; extramural Ceaching in Edwburgh, 402; some oid Elin-
eases among cattle, 15.
burgh surgeous, 499; report of cases treated in Edinburgh lufirwary, 619.
Coordination. Paths of coördination, Spitzka, E. C., 231.
Editorials. Anous inevicus incipiens, 18; literature in medicine, 18 ; per
Cowles, E. A case of hyntervid convulsions, 363.
missive euthanasia, 19; the decision iu regard to the prize for esrays on
Cox, J. B. Salivary calculi of the right sub-maxillary gland, 35.
maligoant disease, its cure, and the methods of investigation to be fol-
Crandall, C. R. Case in practice; curonic pleuritis with excessive san lowed, 20; nerve stretching, 40; the National Board of Health, the report
guinoleut effusion, 580.
for the year 1982-1883, 41; tue Massachusetts Board of Health, 41; the
Cremation. Cremnation in China, 140 ; a New England cremation society, prize offer by the Worshipful Company of Grocers, London, 42 ; State pros-
ecutions for adulterated drugs, 60; annual reports of the pre-ident and
Cripps, H. Excision of the rectum for cancer, 598.
treasurer of Harvard University, 1882-1833, 65; Quaranrive and dealth,
Croasdale, H.T. Vesico-vaginal fistule with inverted bladder, 516. Charity, and Lunacy in the city and State of New York, 66; "he beating
Croup. The treatment of membranous croup, 443; tracheotomy in croup of domiciles, 89; is there a non-contagious erysipelas ? 90 ; some old-time
and uphtheria, Montgomery, E. E., 507.
doctors, 113; emotional insanity, and the defeuse of Nutt for killing his
Crypta syphilitica, 430.
father is murderer, 113; tbe preservation of the Adirondacks, 114; the
Cushing, B. A mother thirteen years of age, 449; St. Mary's Lying-in simulation of stone, 138; Boston's improved sewerage system, 139; crema-
tion in China, 140; transitory apuasit in typhoid fever, 161; another
Cutaneous System. Abnormal elasticity of the skin, Ingalls, W., 61; United States Pharmacopæin ; is it needed? 161; medical attendance upon
an improved mecnod in the tretinent of certain forms of skin affections, sick jurors, 162 ; "trance' as a symptom of hysteria, 185; endowmeni of
Morrow, P. A., 231; acute eczema in pregnancy, Abbot, S. L., 276; pich: medical schools ; brquest of the late Dr. Calvin Ellis to the Harvard
ological condi ions of the skin following the interual use of borax, Wig School, 189; a New England cremation society, 187 ; restraint at the Utica
glesworth, E., 404; report on dermatology, Tilden, G. HI , 411.
Insane Asylum, 187; the metric system and the Pyramid of Ghizel, 210;
Cutler, E. G. Protractel lechargy after the use of bromide of sodium by the determination of sex at will, 211; the relation of laboratories to medical
oue having the morphía babit, 218, 256.
science and melical education, 233 ; periodical change of color of the hair,
Cuzzi. Duration oỉ the menstrual hæmorrhage in relation to the develop 234; new national pharmacopoeia, 23) ; reports on choera from Surgeon-
ment of the foetus at term, and to multiple pregnancy, 382.
General Hunter and Dr. Robert Koch, 255; actinomycosis of the perito-
næum and abdominal organs in man, 259; the reflex effect of dealing in
D., S. H. Sea-water for streets; salt on street railways, 69.
“ futures,"? 269; the drunkard and the doctor, 281; shall the United States
Dalton, J. C. The ditferences in form of the adult head, 229.
Pharmacopæia be the legal standard for drugs in Ma-sachusetts, or shall it
Daly, W. H. Guushot wound of the laryux, involving the vocal bands, be some one of several commentaries or dispensatories, 282; the hygiene of
study, 305 ; Dr. Thomas Trotter, surgeon to the fleet, 306; the sanitary con-
Davenport, F. H. Some observations on Southern California and Colo dition of the school-hvuses of the city of Lynn, 329; the foot and mouth dis-
eare, 333; insanity and the law, 354 ; modern and ancient leprosy in
Davis, H. G. The treatment of hip-joint disease; extension better than Syris, 354 ; legislation in New York for the protecti
of food products,
excision, 116; sole sugg-stions upon cerebro-spinal meningitis, 262. 356; " further legislation to prevent the adulteration of food and drugs,"
Death. Permissive euthanasia, 19; mortality statistics of Providence, 378; the Edinburgh terceptenary, 379; reform of medical service on
R. I., for the year 1883, 94.
ships, 401; the medical magnates of Edinburgh, 401; extra-mural teach-
De Blois, T. A. Congenital web of the vocal bands, with cases, 494 ; ing in Edinburgh, 402; the meetings of the American medical and other
cases of buccal tuberculosis, 513; tonsillitis, 514.
associations at Washington, 425 ; the doctrine of evolution as applied to
Delavan, D. B. Permanent unilateral paralysis of laryngeal abductors, pathological states of the nervous system, 4:25; the subcutaneous use of
following cerebral hæmorrhage; unique case, 612; practical suzgostions morphine in elderly persons, 427; Dr. Willard Parker, 427; the Cæsarean
upon the alimentation of patients suffering from dysphagia, 536.
section as performed by savages, 450 ; etherization by the rectum, 461;
Dentistry. Progress in dentistry, Rollins, W. H., 582, 606.
the New York State Asylum for Insane Criminals, 452; the meeting of the
Derby, H. A case of sudden amaurosis : recovery, 126.
American Medical Association at Washington, 473; the therapeutics of
Dermatology. Report on dermatology, Tilden, G. II., 413.
early rising, 473 ; leprosy in the Hawaiian Islands, 4it; the diaguostic
Detention in asylums, Parsons, R. L., 110.
value of the discovery of the "bacillus tuberculosis " in sputum, 498;
Detmold. Diagnosis and treatment of syphilis, 205.
sovie old Edinburgh surgeons, 499 ; testamentary capacity, 500 ; treat-
Diabetes. The clinical examination of diabetic urine by Duhomme's test, ment of ulcer of the stomach, 521; the cemeteries and water supply of
llurd, E. P., 21; diabetic coma, Edes, R. T., 495.
Panama, 522; the taxation" theory of expert testimony, 516 ; a word for
Digestive system. Downward displacement of the transverse colon; military urill in schools, 517; a veruiet of uranslaughter aguinst an irregu-
tureu cases, with autopsies, Thomas, C. H., 1; salivary calculi of the right lar practitiouer, 647; the Eighth luternational Medical Congress, 569; a
submaxillary gland, Cox, J. B., 3); liver of chicken with tubercular new line of research for cerebral physiologists, 569; the one hundred and
growths, MacConnell, W. G., 33; downward displacement of the trans third annual meeting of the Massachusetts Medical Society, 569; The
verse colon, Williams, E. T., 45 ; hour-glass contraction of stomach, Mus. Massachusetts Medical Society and women, (94; the importance of a
fer, J. II., 88; the treatment of follicular tonsillitis, Garland, G. M., 103; knowledge of the physical characters of drugs, 595; the tubercle bacillus,
a case of chronic ulcer of the duodenum, Homans, C. D , 104; detention in 618; report of cases treated in Ward XIX., Royal lutirmary, Edinburgh,
asylums, Parsons, R. L., 110; an improved appliance in the physiological 619.
treatment of cleft palate, Baker, W. A., 127, 13+; colloid cancer of the ap Education. Annual reports of the president and treasurer of Harvard
pendix vermiformis, Draper, F. W., 131; two cases of abdominal section University, 1882-1883, 65; endowment of medical schovls; bequest of the
to discover the cause of intestinal obstruction, Homans, J., 115, 156 ; for late Dr. Calvin Ellis to the Harvard Scoool, 180; the American Practi-
eign bodies removed from the oesopbagus and the urethra, Gay, G. W., tioner on the Louisville Medical College, 238; the Ohio State Medical So-
157; tubercular ulcers of intestines with perforation, Hughes, W. E , 206 ; ciety and medical education, 310; extranturul teaching in Edinburgh, 402;
actinomycosis of the peritoneum and abdominal organs io man, 259; arti military drill in schools, 517; materia medica at the Ilarvard Medical
ficial jotiation of the colon with gas, Vickery, H. F., 332 ; cases of ruprure School, Edes, R. T., 620,
of the liver, Draper, F. W., 33), 311 ; collection of turee gall-stones, Doe, Edwards, W. A. Carcinoma of the uterus ; fatty kidneys and empyema,
0. W., 315 ; case of epithelioma of the stomach and colon, presenting sin 88.
gular difficulty of diagnosis, l'ackard, J. H., 371; malignant disease of the Elephant. The sacred white elephant, 190
Eliot, G. Enterie fever in New Haven, 361.
ment of gleet and gonorrhaal strictures by Otis's method, Garland, G. M.,
Elliot, J. W.
The treatment of retroversion of the uterus with adhe 181; the treatment of retroversion of the uterus with adhesions, Elliot, J.
sions, 193, 398.
W., 193, 398 ; cancer of uterus, Hughes, W.E., 207; the operation of ova-
Elsberg, L. Spasms of the glottis, 513.
riotomy, llomans, J., 337; reasons for the early removal of ovarian tumors,
Embryos. Reuewed request for embryological material, Mipot, C. S., 189. Irish, J. C., 341; tumor of the uterus, Burrell, H. L.. 348 ; malignant dis-
Endometritis. Some considerations on endometritis, Jacobi, M. P., 463. ease of the testicle tapped for hydrocele, Roberts, J. B., 372 ; sea voyage
Enteric Fever. Transitory aphasia io typhoid fever, 162; &tiology of and amenorrhoea, Chudwick, J. R., 448; some considerations on endome-
typhoid fever, Janeway, E. G., 203 ; the treatment of ty phoid fever, 300 ; tritis, Jacobi, M. P , 468; vesico-vaginal fistula, with inverted bladder,
enteric fever in New Ilivea, Eliot, G., 361; an epidemic of typhoid fever at Croasdale, H T., 516; hysteria, as affected by removal of the ovaries,
8 summer hotel, Woodward, L. F., 364
Walton, G. L., 529, 742; the medical treatment of uterine fibroids, Blake,
Enteritis. Pseudo-membranous enteritis, Doe, 0. W., 441.
J. G., 564 ; sarcoma of testicle, Schweinitz, G de, 566.
Ernst, H. C. Ilartzell's method for Ntaining the tubércle bacillus, 213. Ghizeh. The metric system and the Pyramid of Ghizeh, 210.
Erysipelas. Is there a non-contagious erysi peins ? 9),
Gibb, J. S. Umbilical hæmorrhage, 422
Ether aministered by the rectum, 105; etherization by the rectum, Post, Gleet. The treatment of gleet and gonorrhoeal strictures by Otis's method,
A., 442, 451.
Garland, G. M., 181
Ethics. The value of ethical codes for practitioners of medicine, Stillé, A., Goodell (Philadelphia). Parovarian cysts, 118.
Graham, D. Brittle bones, 457.
Euthanasia, permissive, 19.
Green, c. M. Report on obstetrics, 33; case of mammary cancer; opera-
Evolution. The doctrine of evolution as applied to pathological states of tion; subsequent catarrhal pneumonia, with cancer of the lungs; autopuy,
the nervous system, 425.
59 ; malformed fætus, 61; the delivery of the second fætus in labor with
Experts. The "taxition” theory of expert testimony, 546, 573.
twins, 62 ; report of a summer course in obstetrics, 339, 398 ; podalic ver-
Eye. A case of sudden amaurosis, recovery, Derby, II., 126; intraocular sion, and abdominal pressure upon the after-coming head, 449.
changes in cases of cerebral tunor, Williams, C. II., 257; blepharospasm, Green, J. Orne. Recent progress in otology, 3; inflainmation of both
Miller, H. G., 304 ; loss of sight from injury of farial perve, O'Leary, (., tympana and both labyrinths in scarlet fever, 228 ; round-celled sarcoma
34; case of foreiga body in the orbit, Williams, C. II., 318 ; three cases of of the ineatus auditorius, 318, serous effusions in the tympanum, 553, 560.
bomonymous hemiacopia, Wadsworth, 0. F., 483, 495 ; recent progress in Griffin, A. C. A case of puscula maligna, 429.
ophthalmology, Wad-worth, 0. F., 556; temporary blindness following Griswold, G. Notes on albuminaria, 138.
labor, Schiedt, P. M., 669.
Hæmophilia. Case of unbilical hæmorrhage, Richardson, W. L., 592.
Fabre. Hysterical pseudo-phthisis, 70).
Hæmoptysis in the course of puerperal septicemia, Ilusmer, A., 276:
Farlow, J. W. Aa antiseptic absorbent pad, 541.
Hair. Periodical change of color of the hair, 231.
Feeble-minded Children. Costitution in Pennsylvania, 574.
Hal-ted, W. S. Refusiou in carbonic oxide poisoning, 22; the effects of
Féré. Pregnancy and morphinirm, 117.
abduction and aduction on the length of the limb ia fractures of the neck
Fibroids. The medical treatment of uterine fibroids, Blake, J. G., 561. of the femur, 231.
Field, H. M. Retuiued placenta of abortion, but; six generic drug mod Hartzell. A new method for the detection of the bacillus tuberculosis,
Fifield, W. C. B. Suppression of urine treated with cantharidez, 271 ; Hartzell's method for staining the tubercle bacil us, Ernst, II. C., 213.
high trmperatures after labr without obvious cause, 275; spontaneous Harvard University, Amuual R-port of the President and Treasurer
phlebitis, 397; external urethrotomy, Wheelhouse's operation, 3.18.
of Harvard University, 1892-1955, 65, the bequest of the late Dr. Calvin
Finger-contraction, Dupuytren *, Abbe, R., 419.
Ellis, 70, the late Dr. Calvin Ellis, 166; end »wment of medical schools;
Fisher, H. M. Case of phthisis with empyema, 86.
bequest of the late Dr. Calvin Ellis to the Harvard School, 186.
Fitz, R. H. Amputation in senile gangrene, 319; senile gangrene, 544. Haven, H. C. Cephalhematoma, 181.
Flint, A. Pathological and practical relations of the bacillus tuberculo. Hayward, G. G. Diphtheria with complications, 515.
sis, 108 ; scarlet fever, 539.
Hearn, J. A case of Paget's Disease, 50); colloid carcinoma, 565.
Fætus, mallormed, Green, C.M., 61.
Heart. Probable transoxion of the heart with recovery, 406.
Folsom, C.F. Two cases of injury to the back, 97, 104.
Hearing. The heating of doin'ciles, 89.
Food. Modern legislation relative to adulteration of food and drugs, Ab Heruia. Four cases of strangulated hernia, Homans, J., 416.
bit, S. W., 241, 203 ; on inilk supplies in large cities, Vorris, J.C., 315, Hills, w. B. Report on inedical chemistry, 130.
323, 349 ; the milk supply of Boston, and the benefit to be derived from Hinsdale, G. Fracture of the base of the skuli, 85; necrosis of the tem-
spuying cows, Abbott, L. F., 317, 352 ; legislation in New York for the poral b ne and brain abscess, 85.
protection of food products, 355 ; • further legislation to prevout the adul Hip-joint. A successful case of amputation at the hip.joint, Bradford,
tertion of food and drugs,'' 378.
E. 1., 257; extension better than excision, Davis, II, G., 116.
Foot-Ball. The killed and wounded, 358; accidents, 526.
Holmes, 0. W. New facts about Dr. O. W. Tholines, 331.
Foot and Mouth Disease, 330.
Hom ans, C. D. A case of chronic ulcer of the duodenum, 104.
Forensic Medicine, Recent progress in forensic medicine, Draper, F. Homans, J. The operation of ovariotomy, 337; two casey of abdominal
Festion to discover the cause of intestinal obstruction, 115 ; nephrectmy
Fowler, G. B. The detection of albumen in urine, 293.
for the removal of cancerous or narcomatous tumors of the kidney, 73, 156;
Fractures. The effects of alduction and abduction on the length of the four cases of strangulated hernia, tlo.
limb in fractures of the neck of the femur, Hausted, W. S., 231.
Hooper, F. H. A rare form of tumor (cavernous papilloma) of the vocal
Francis, G. E. A new antiseptic dressing, 429.
coru, 611; pecimen illustrating progressive movement of dermuid living
of external auditory canti, 560).
Gamgee, s. Some surgical uses of collodion, 165.
Hopkins, Mrs. Of Hartford upon Connecticut, 598
Gangrene. Senile gangrene, Fitz, R. H., 34., 544.
Hornet, V. Malignant disease of the periconxui and abdominal viscera,
Gannett, W. W. Diagnosis and pathology of dermoid cysts, 62.
Garland, G. M. The treatment of follicular tonsillitis, 103; the treat Hosiner, A. Hæmoptysis in the course of puerperal septicæmia, 276.
ment of gleet an 1 gonorrheal strictures by Otis's method, 181.
Hospital. Hospital absenterism, 47; The Children's IIospital, Boston, 46.
Garrigues, H. J. Prevention of puerperal infection, 14; the removal Howe, 0. T. Addison's disease, 181.
of the after-birth, 373.
Hughes, W. E. General tuberculosis of serous membranes, 206 ; tuber-
Gay, G. W. A fatal case of internal urethrotomy, 2, 6; foreign bodies re cular ulcers of intestines with perforation, 206 ; phthisis following empy-
moreil from the oesophagus and the urethra, 157 ; a year's experience in ema; amyloid kidneys: cancer of uterus, 207; secondary tuberculosis of
trwheotomy, 320 : the puster posterior splint in the treatment of frac the bladder, ureter, kidney, and suprarenal body, 207.
tures of the leg, 595.
Hurd, E. P. The clinical exuivation of diabetic urine by Duhomme's
General Diseases. Syphilis of the brain and membranes, Wood, H. C., test, 21 ; cerebral localizations, 561.
15 ; a case of cerebro-spinat syphilis, Post, A., 28; section of large spindles | Huxley. Condition of the London poor, 39.
celled sarcona, MacConnell, W. G., 38; liver of chicken with tubercu ar Hygiene, Health, and Boards of Health. The National Board of
growths, MicConnell, w, G., 38; case of mammary cancer; operation; Health, Report for the year 1982-1833, 41; the Massachusetts Board of
Fubsequent catarrhal pneumonia, with cancer of the lungs ; autopsy, Health, 41; Governor Robinson's Inaugural, 45; meeting of Board of
Green, C. M., 59; nephrectomy for the removal of cancerous or sarcoma. Health, Lunxcy, and Charity ; resignation of superintendent of out-door
tous tumors of the kidney, llomans, J., 73; is there a non-contagious ery pour, 46; state prosecutious for adulterated drugs, 65; Quarantine and
sipelas ? 90 ; pathological and practical relations of the bacillus tuberculo Ilealth, Charity, and Lunaey in the city and State of New York, 66; joint
sis, Flint, A., 108; typhoid and inalarial fevers in Connecticut, 117; col standing committee on public health of Massachusetts Legislature, 70;
loid cancer of the appen lix veruniformis, Draper, F. W., 131; clinical the heating of domiciles, 89; the hygiene of study, 305 ; the sanitary con-
& pects of cerebral syphilis, Wood, 11. C., 196, 220 ; etiology of typhoid dition of the school-houses of the city of Lyon, 329; The International
fever, Janeway, E. G., 203; specimens of sarcoma, etc , Peabody, G. L., Health Exhibition, 572; sewage systems and the epuration of sewage by
205; diagnosis and treatment of ryphilis, Detmold, 205; anuria from com irrigatiou and Agriculture, Barnes, II. J., 577, 603, 609.
pression of the ureters by cancerous disease, Minot, F., 227; topical car. Hysteria. " Trance" as a symptom of hysteria, 185; hysteria as af-
diar blistering in the treatment of acute rheumatisin, Parks, N. O'D., 303 ; fected by removal of the ovaries, Walton, G. lsa, 529, 542.
malignant disease of the bladder, Burge, W.J., 304 ; locomotor ataxia and
syphilis, Weber, L., 325 ; enteric fever in New Haven, Eliot, G , 351 ; an Ice-bag. An extemporized ice-bag, Kingman, R. A., 94.
epidearic of typhoid fever at a summer hotel, Woodward, L. F., 361; mala. Impregnation. The moral bearings of artiticial impregnation, 430.
ria and diphtheria in Connecticut, 382; sudden death in diphtheria, Long Ingals, E. F. Tracheal stenosis, 012.
aker, D., 422 ; scarlet fever in the foetus in utero and in the mother at the Ingalls, W. Abnormal elasticity of the skin, 61 ; prevesical cellulitis fol.
ninth month of pregnancy, Leule, C. A., 445; a contribution to the lowing herniotoiny. Phlegmonous abscess," sous-ombilicale,” in lleur-
study of congeniral syphilis, Mackenzie, J.N., 492; diabetic coma, Eles, taux spue. Perinephriiic abscess, 289, 297.
R. T., 495; diphtheria with complications, IIuy ward, G. 6., 515; the con. Instruments and Apparatus. A new hip splint, Cabot, A. T., 6;
tagiousness of typhoid, Cabuuins, T. T., 524 ; chancre of the tonsils, Tay an extemporized ice-bag, Kingman, R. A., 91; an iu proved appliance in
lor, R. W., 537 ; scarlet fever, Flint, A., 639; colloid carcinoma, Ilearn, the treatment of cleft palate, Baker, H. A., 127 ; a substitute for strapping
J., 655; a case of Paget's Disease, Ilearn, J., 565; sarcoma of testicle, the testicle and the treatment of hydrocele, Warren, J. C., 157 ; planter
Schweinitz, G. de, 563; tracheotomy in croup and diphtheria, Mont supports, Brown-, W. T., 269; the surgical abuse of sponges and of silver
E. E ,567 ; unusual cases of scurvy, Eles, R. T., 607.
wire, Roberts, J. B., 333; a new anti-eptic dressing, Francis, G. E., 423;
Generative System. Two cases of uterine polypus, Minot, F., 58, 62; an antiseptic absorbent pad, Harlow, J. W., 511; the first discoverer of
dermou eyst of the right ovary, Blake, J. G., 62 : diagnosis and pathology the usefulness of kangaroo tendons for rigatures, 550); the plaster pos-
of vermoid cysts, Gunnett, w. W., 62 ; carcinoma of the uterus; fatty kill terior splint in the treatment of fractures of the leg, Gay, G. W., 685.
neys aud emp, ema, Edwards, W. A., 88; parovarian cysts, Goodell, 118 ; International Health Exnibition, 382, 572.
malformation of the vagina simulating extrophy of the bladder, 132: let International Medical Congress, 559.
ter from London, Manton, W.P., 141; fatal result from injection of the Irish, J. C. Reasons for the early removal of ovarian tumors, 344.
tanica vaginalis with iodine, Wyeth, J. A., 112; a substitute for strapping
the testicle and the treatment of hydrocele, Warren, J. C., 157; the treat Jacobi, A. The treatment of membranous croup, 413.