The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine

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1844

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A New Method to promote Cicatrization of Recent Wounds
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Cazenave on the Treatment of Psoriasis
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Strychnine a Test for the Administration of Morphia in Neuralgia
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Utility of Savine in Atonic Metrorrhagia
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Remarks on Iliac Phlebitis in Phthisical and other Patients
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Notice of some recent French Works on Typhoid Fever
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Moral Theology in Reference to Physiology and Medicine
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Abhandlung uber Spinal Irritation Von Dr LUDWIG TURCK
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On the Cause of the Lassitude and Panting in ascending High Mountains
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Hygienic Effects of Swimming
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On the Postnatal Descent of the Testicles and the Accidents thereby occa
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On the Utility of Surgical Operations in Cancerous Diseases 21 M Orfilas Reply to his Calumniators
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Mitscherlich on Fermentation
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comprising Materia Alimentaria National Dietetic
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The Neapolitan Phlebotomist 25 On the Treatment of Buboes
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On the Treatment of Secondary and Tertiary Syphilitic Diseases
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Applications of Subcutaneous Surgery
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Use of Columbaroot against Vomiting
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Tobaccosmoke applied to Gouty Limbs
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Fallacy of the Numerical Method in Medicine
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Long Tubular Membrane expelled in a Case of Croup
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Creosote a good Application to Burns
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Antiseptic Properties of Creosote
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Ammonia in Delirium Tremens
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A Flock of Sheep poisoned by eating the Ranunculus Repens
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Animal Electricity
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Report of the Diseases which have occurred in the Hon Companys
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Quinine against Obstinate Hiccup
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Treatment of Plethora
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Useful Hint to Hospitals
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On the Protective Influence of Vaccination
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A Hint for the UltraPhlebotomists
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Consecutive Effects of Excision of the Lower
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Fatal Hæmorrhage from a Varix of the Vulva
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Treatment of Chronic Catarrhal Ophthalmia
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Large Doses of Nitre in Inflammatory Disease
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The Influence of Climate and other Agents on the Human Constitution with
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Natural History Pathology and Treatment of the Epidemic Fever at present pre
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Abstract of Births Deaths and Marriages in 1841
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On the Nature and Treatment of Tic Douloureux Sciatica and other Neuralgic
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The Epidemics of the Middle Ages From the German of J F C HECKER M D
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Guys Hospital Reports April 1844
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Cases of Pelvic Inflammation with Abscess occurring after Delivery with Remarks By John C W Lever M D
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Observations on a peculiar Nervous Affection incident to Travellers in Sicily and Southern Italy By J Hungerford Sealy Esq M D
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On the present State of Knowledge of the Nature of Inflammation By
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Remarks on the Early Condition and probable Origin of Double Monsters
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By J Lloyd Bullock
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Medical Etiquette
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Statement of the Society of Apothecaries
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ExtraLimites
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Wyke House Asylum for Nervous Invalids of the Upper and Middle Classes
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and populous Districts
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and J B BOUSSINGAULT
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A Practical Treatise on Midwifery By W CHAILLY Translated from the French
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Traité complet de lHypochondrie Par J L BRACHET
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The Hospitals and Surgeons of Paris c By F CAMPBELL STEWART M D
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PERISCOPE
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Letter to the Home Secretary of State By J Perceval
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The American Journal of Insanity Edited by the Officers of the Lunatic
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The Auriscope
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Reinterment of Broussais
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On the Formation of the AmmoniacoPhosphate in Putrescent Matters
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Remarks on the Molluscum Contagiosum
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The best Means of preventing the Marks of Smallpox
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Clinical Review and Hospital Reports
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Dangers Incidental to Operations about the Rectum By Dr Watson
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On the Extraction of the Retained Placenta in Abortion By Henry Bond M D
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Two Cases of lcthyosis IntraUterina By J Y Simpson M D
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Gonorrheal Orchitis and its Treatment by Narcotics By J Gay
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Hysteric Spasm of the Diaphragm By John Ringland M D
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Prince Louis Buonapartes Valerianates
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On the Treatment of the Inflammatory Affections of Malarious Districts
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Birmingham Royal School of Medicine
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Some Hints on the Most Efficient Modes of administering Medicines By
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Antimony in Infants
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