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Keate, Mr. cases under the care of, 106
Keith, Mr. W., on Medical Reform Bill, 549
Kelis, case of, in a little girl of twelve years old,

567
Kent Ophthalmic Hospital, 115; annual meet-

ing, 139; legacy to, 433
Kidney, on the Diseases of, their Pathology,

Diagnosis and Treatment (review), 177
“ Killing no murder," sale of poisons, 358
Kick from a horse, rupture of the jejunum, 78;

on the abdomen, previons irreducible hernia,
perforation of intestines, peritonitis, death,

autopsy, 300
..King's College Hospital, meeting of governors,

341; result of Dr. Warneford's offer, 130;
and Medical School regulations, 282 ; Mu-
seum, collection of skeletons added to, 317;

introductory lecture at, 330
King and Queen's College of Physicians, Ire-

land, 310
Kirwan, the case of, 684
Knee-joint, acute inflammation of the, pro-

tracted morbid state of the articulation, am.
putation of the thigh, 471 ; excision of the,

818
Kyd, Mr. H., remarks on the effects of clothing

on cutaneous exhalation, 263

the conclusion of the farce, 60; the ethics ization of the university, 446; Bethlehem-
of the profession-unworthy modes of esta. the Court of Aldermen-the explanation of
blishing a practice, ib.; Dr. Webster's report Sir Peter Laurie concerning the confidential
on French lunatic asylums, 61 ; importance of report of the commissioners, 417; injurious
courts medical, 62; further frauds of homeo- tendency of the laws of the Hull Medical
pathic quacks-letter from Sir James Clark, Protection Association, 448 ; generous con-
87; necessity for a change in the constitu- duct to a poor-law medical officer, 449; clec-
tion and arrangements of the Board of tion to the chair of chemistry in the Uniter-
Health, ib.; Dr. R. D. Thomson and the sity of Glasgow, ib.; the l'niversity of Lon.
chair of chemistry in the University of Glas- don-- the practical character of the examin-
gow, 88; the income tax and the medical ations for degrees in medecine-recent ex.
profession, 108; evil effects of gratuitous tensions, 475; the medical department of
medical services on practitioners of medicine, the Indian army, ib.; Bethlehem—the pro-
ib. ; case of Daniel Freeman-insanity and posed reforms of the Lord Chancellor, 476;
crime, 109; Mr. Mechi and the hygeia of the election of Mr. Robert Gardiner Hill as
fields, 110; the quacks and their “ Directory," Mayor of Lincoln, ib.; the amended draught
131 ; anomalies of gratuitous medical ser- bill on medical reform, 496 ; the funeral of
vices, ib.; actions for malpractice against the great Duke of Wellington-absence of
qualified men, 132 ; the new charter of the the representatives of the profession of medi-
College of Physicians, 133; the University cine ; neglect of medical men by the state,
of Durham, and their power of making cheap ib.; the University of London--the move-
physicians and cheap surgeons, 134 ; the ment for obtaining the franchise, 497; the
New Medical Reform Bill of the Provincial case of Mr. Cox-his retirement from the
Association, 157 ; necessity for medical mem- Provincial Association, 498; the New Medi-
bers of Parliament, ib. ; rescinding of the cal College, ib.; the New Medical Reform Bill,
Treasury minute respecting the adulteration 524 ; the movement in favour of extending
of coffee, 158; the late trial for manslaugh. the franchise to the University of London,
ter at Wells, 159 ; the British Medical 525; the vacancy for the office of physician
Directory, 160 ; the British Medical Directory

at St. Thomas's Hospital, 526; a quack doc-
and fictitious medical titles, 179; further tor at Fife, ib.; Bethlehem Hospital-the
evils of the gratuitous advice system, 180; Governors' reply, 527 ; New Medical College, of o
the vacancy at Bethlehem Hospital--duties of ib.; the regulations of the College of Sur. 1 water
the Governors on the occasion of filling it up, geons respecting the new certificates in mid-
ib. ; inoculation for small-pox in the Isle of wifery—their injurious tendency as regards
man, 181; a medical pluralist, St. Ann's, the profession, 550; the state of clinical sur.
Soho, 182 ; injustice of the income tax to- gery in Edinburgh-Mr. Syme's comicalities

,
wards medical practitioners, 197; the New 551 ; destitution and sickness, workhouses
Medical Bill-impor nce and necessity of and hospitals-their bad management in of wa
continued, vigorous, and united action, ib. ; respect to urgent cases, 552; Bethlehem Hos lead i
evils of gratuitous hospital services, 198; the pital and its irresponsible governors, 578; the purpo
Provincial Association and fees from life as- election of physician at St. Thomas's Hos-

ADAMS
surance offices, 199 ; another Bethlehem job, pital-termination of the contest, 574; erils

CL
ib. ; the regulations of the Society of Apo- of passenger-ships carrying unqualified sur.
thecaries, ib. ; the Hunterian Museum worthy geons, ib.; the Provincial Medical Journal
the support of the country, 223 ; rising im- on the New Medical Bill, 575 ; unsatisfactory

COULSO
portance of the University of London, ib.; nature of the medical evidence in the case of

Lei
an answer to a “Warning Voice" on old life William Bourke Kirwan, convicted for the

Leeture
offices, 224 ; injustice of life assurance offices murder at “Ireland's Eye,” 695; Bethle-

Ferri
to medical men, 225; the position of the hem Hospital, the history of this coporate

the fo

tario
profession in respect to cholera, 245; the institution, 598; necessity for qualified sur-
Suffolk imposture-credulity and ignorance, geons to passenger-ships ; death of the last
ib. ; Dr. Webster's report on the French surviving officer of the “Amazon," 599
lunatic asylums, 246 ; funeral “ perform-

after
ances"—the late Duke of Hamilton, 247 ; Mr.

strun
Farr and the income tax, ib. ; gratuitous

LECTURES.

ML
medical services-wretched remuneration of

instri
public medical officers, 268; injustice of the ALDERSON, DR. J.:
War-office authorities to surgeons of militia The Lumleian Lectures, delivered at the

strun
regiments, 269; the new charter of the Col-

Royal College of Physicians for the

Hay

tore
lege of Physicians, ib.; address to students,

Session 1852.
292 ; the College of Physicians and the ON THE EFFECTS OF LEAD UPON THE SISTEM.

Weis

Prot
Board of Health, 294 ; the British Medical -Remarks on the state of science, hydro-

Heur
Directory, 313; consultations with unquali- pathy, homeopathy, mesmerisin, 73; valuable

dion
fied practitioners-Mr. Toulmin, of Black- fruits of science, ozone, epidemics, quarantine,

gina
heath, ib. ; the motley group of medical history of lead disease, Citois, Sir George
officers of the London City Mission, 314; ob- Baker, Hippocrates, Nicander, Dioscorides,

bed.
stetric physicians and the college, 334; Pliny, Paulus Ægineta, Avicenna and Rhazes;

of t1
frightful evils from the indiscriminate sale of use of lead among the ancients, Vitruvits,
poisons, ib.; Bethlehem, the Lunacy Commis- Horace, Celsus; forms of the disease, 74; posit

Ceed
sioners and the public--recent disclosures, channels of reception, respiration, digestive

Lectur
335; opening of the session--the introduc- organs, state of the saliva and gastric juice,
tory lectures, 336 ; sanitary measures and reception accidentally and medicinally, skin
the cholera, 337; the subdivision of labour- and conjunctiva, preliminary signs, dis-
specialities in the practice of medicine and coloration of the gums and mouth, Tanquerel,

ope

L

Labour, induction of premature, 297 ; on the

induction of, by the water-dash, 431
Lactation, on the influence of, in causing abor.

tion, 510 ; tables illustrating the influence

of, 514, 533
Lacy, Mr. J. P., on a case of pelvic distortion,

in which premature labour was induced by

water-douche, 517
“Lady Montague," the mortality on board the,

trust

Lambeth M.D., 230; and St. Andrew's, 274
Lancashire Assurance Company, and the medi-

cal profession, 409
Lane, Dr. B., testimonial to, 536
Lankester, Dr., Quarterly Journal of Micro-

scopical Science (review) 353 ; on a new
acupuncture needle, 362; on the state of the

London Medical Society, 363
Lane, Mr., cases under the care of, 57
Laurie, Sir Peter, explanation of, concerning

the confidential report of the Commissioners

at Bethlehem, 447
" La Plata," the, 491
Lawrence, Mr., cases under the care of, 10, 104,

327

frag
CODE

sup
surgery; 382; Bethlehem—the position of Burton; taste, change of complexion, state of
the medical officers in relation to the abuses the blood, symptoms of lead colic, pain, con-

mer
recently disclosed, 383 ; habitual drunkards stipation, retraction of the abdomen, nausea,
-how are they to be reformed ? 384 ; Beth- eructations, vomiting, exciting causes ; mang-
lehem-the Court of Common Council--their facture of white lead, ancient method ; Vitru-

the
duty in the case, 403; homicidal attack of a vius; alleged immunity of females, age of
patient at Bethlehem upon a keeper-evil patients attacked; Perceval, Pereira, Christi-

cha
effects of the late mismanagement, il. ; the son, 95; manufacture of minium, Vitruvius ;

tre
case of Cox v. Bourn, 404; Miss Squirrell, manufacture of litharge; Sir H. De la Beche,
the Suffolk wonder, 405; inequality in the report of Messrs. Pelouse and Rayer ; house
numbers of patients in the medical and sur- painters ; chemical analysis of secretions ;
gical wards of the London hospitals, 428 ;

post-mortem examinations ; Tanquerelli
the election of surgeons to the Bradford in- Bright, Louis, Andral; other forms of lead
firmary-legitimate medicine o. quackery, disease; pains in the limbs (metallic rhen-
429; The Hull Association for the Protec- matism of Sauvages-arthralgia of Tan.
tion of the Medical Profession, 430 ; the Uni- querel) ; paralysis of the upper extremities--
versity of London-the report of the select of the lower extremities; amaurosis, deafness,
committee of the senate on the future organ- loss of voice; inspections after death in para.

LEADING ARTICLES.

inst

i

The Irregularities of Bethlehem Hospital-Pro-

secution of Henry Baker, a former keeper at
Bethlehem, by the Commissioners in Lunacy,
18; the power of granting diplomas by the
Irish Medical Corporations and the Colleges,
14 ; libels upon the practitioners of medicine,
15 : the coming election of councillors of the
College of Surgeons, ib.; electioneering at
Bethlehem--the regenerate model asylum,
88; the vaccine question--evidence afforded
by naval and military statistics, ib.; appoint-
ment of Mr. Propert as Deputy-Lieutenant
for Cardiganshire, 39 ; the approaching anni.
versary meeting of the Provincial Association
at Oxford, 40; Bethlehem electioneering-

Lectio

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lysis; Hunter, Tanquerel, Devergie; compara- chronic disease of the prostate gland, en- Lecture VII.-Amputation at the shoulder-
tive influence of lead on the system; Andral largement, 171; atrophy, conditions of the joint, 117; operation by two flaps, by one
and Gavarat, Merat, 165; results of the ab- ureters and kidneys, obscurity of renal dis. flap; amputation immediately below the tu-
sorption of mercury by fumes exemplified in ease, 172

berosities of the humerus, excision of the
the water-gilder in metals; theory of modes Lecture VII.-Indications and contra-indica- head of the humerus, 118; amputation of the
of absorption of lead; treatment; empirical tions of lithotrity, nature of the calculus, size of arm, excision of the elbow-joint, 119; ampu-
treatment at La Charité; purgatives, warm the calculus, density, form and position, con- tation at the elbow-joint, of the fore-arm, at
baths ; opiates ; electricity; galvanism ; dition of the urinary organs, 209; state of the wrist; injuries of the hand; removal of the
tonics ; alkaloids ; other artisans in the use the prostate, partial or total enlargement, phalanges, 120
of lead in various manufactures compositors, enlargement of the middle lobe, 210 ; chronic Lecture VIII.-Secondary amputations, mode
plumbers, potters, glass-makers, sealing-wax inflammation or catarrh, hypertrophy, 211; and time of the operation ; tying the arteries,
makers, German card makers; use of lead in abnormal development of muscular fibres, animal substances as ligatures, 187; com-
cosmetics, 202; acute paralysis ; the Bath 212

pound fractures, condition of the wounded
waters, mineral baths in general, bath of Lecture VIII.-Sacculated condition of the after the battle of Toulouse; splintering of bone
sulphide of potassium for the poor; Henle; bladder, fungoid tumours, paralysis, atony, by a gun-shot, 188; lodging of ball in the
German opinions of lead disease, comments; morbid sensibility, constitutional disturb- bone; splintered femurshould not be saved, re-
acute poisoning by lead, treatment; un- ance, *233

moval of splinters ; position of patient of
scientific use of lead in medicine, exact loss Lecture IX.-Lithotomy, tabular classification, much importance, varieties of splints, 189;
of the acetate of lead when combined with embracing nearly all the various modes of best apparatus for compound fractures, ex-
extract of opium in practice; contamination operating, 295 ; the apparatus major of tempore bearers ; fractures of the arm by
of water for domestic purposes by lead ; Johannes de Romanis, 296 ; high operation; musket-shot, splints and pads for, 190
wines and fermented liquors, the beer-engine; infiltration of urine through the wound; in. Lecture IX.-Hospital gangrene, 256; treat-
refinement of sugar, 392 ; contamination of struments of the time of Franco, Cheselden, ment of, 257; conclusions, 258; returns of
rain-water kept in leaden cisterns; of water Dupuytren; Hawkins's gorget, 319

the number of cases, 259
containing lead at Claremont; the royal Lecture X.-Lateral operation, perinæal tri.
family of France; analytical examination of angle, 367; modern instruments, position of the HILTON, MR. J.
the water, and its mode of contamination patient, first incision, 368 ; parts divided by A course of Clinical Lectures delivered at
explained ; similar cases explained by Dr. the operation, 369; internal incision, various Guy's Hospital:
Paris in his “Life of Sir Humphry Davy;" ways of dividing the prostate, 370 ; lithotome Lecture IV.--Case of stone in the bladder, case
galvanic agency established; other sources caché ; seizing the stone; the modern French in which the patient died with the calculus
of contamination enumerated ; supply of operation, 371

in the bladder, exhibition of the preparation,
water to London by the Government; plan Lecture XI.-Obstacles which impede lithotomy: details of the case; the symptoms of stricture
of the Board of Health ; the Government enlargement of the prostate, morbid condi-

of the urethra and those of stone in the
Commission of Chemists; filtration of water tion of the bladder, mucous membrane re- bladder compared; the pathological signifi-
and disturbance of sediment remove the lead; laxed and thrown into folds; encysted cal- cancy of an habitually hot and dry skin; the
real cause of poisoning; leaden pipes and culi, irregular position of the calculus; the importance of consultations ; should, in the
cisterns; accidental causes of contamination presence of more than one calculus, small- present case, lithotomy or lithotrity be per-
of water; galvanic agency ; abandonment of ness of size, shape of the stone, fracture of formed ? circumstances favourable to litho-
lead in the distribution of water for domestic the calculus ; the calculus should always be trity ; question of the quantity of water which
purposes; conclusion, 416-419
extracted whole if possible, 415

should be in the bladder during the operation
Lecture XII.—Size of the calculus, modification of lithotrity; appearance of the urine, micro-
ADAMS, MR. J.-
Clinical Lecture on a case of Gonorrhcal

of the lateral operation for calculi beyond a scopical examination; determination of the

certain size, double incision, necessity for lesion which produces hæmaturia ; reasons for
Ophthalmia, 28.

breaking of the calculus in the bladder not using leeches in peritonitis connected
COULSON, MR. W.-

hypertrophied fibres may be caught in the with diseased kidney; the advantages of wash-
Lectures on Lithotomy and Lithotrity. blades of the forceps, 484; injury to the ing out the bladder ; quotation of a case in
Lecture III. The ball extractor of Alphonso rectum, tearing and disorganization of the which this practice was especially useful ;
Ferri; the quadrupulus vesice of Franco ; rectum ; shock on the system, retention and symptoms of urea in the blood, somnolency,
the forceps of Fabricius Hildanus, 1; Sanc- incontinence of urine from the lateral ope- irritable bladder ; good effects of chloroform
torius' instruments; Thomassini; Gruithui- ration; impotency, 485

applied to the hypogastrium ; nervous irrita-
Sen's instruments for perforating and Lecture XIII.-Causes of death in lithotomy : bility brought on by poisoned blood; death by
crushing calculi; instruments for crushing hæmorrhage, arterial or venous, primary or coma, post-mortem examination; urine in the
after perforation; M. Civiale's original in- secondary ; bleeding from division of an Cavity of the abdomen, pus in the kidneys,
struments, 2; Mr. Elderton's instrument for

artery during the operation; arteries of the parietes of the thickened bladder of a green
crushing; M. Amussat's crushing forceps; perinæum ; primary hæmorrhage may arise colour ; attempt at an explanation of this
M. Leroy d'Etiolle's perforator, 3; improved from division of the superficial artery of the phenomenon ; cause of the thickening of the
instruments, 4; M. Civiale's improved in- perinæum, the transverse artery, and the bladder, and of the formation of sacculi;
struments; Mr. Weiss's instruments ; Dr. internal pudic; primary hæmorrhage from decomposition of the urine retained in these
Haygarth's instrument for crushing ; Re- irregular distribution of arteries, 507 ; venous sacculi, 167
toré's instrument for measuring, 23; Mr. hæmorrhage following division of a portion of Lecture V.-Remarks on the case of calculus
Weiss's catheter-forceps and screw scoop; the bulb, from the venous plexus about the in the bladder, related in the last lecture ;
Professor Jacobson's instruments; Baron neck of the bladder and prostate ; secondary recapitulation of the facts of this case, con-
Heurteloup's original instrument for percus- hæmorrhage, from various causes, opinion of siderations touching the amount of dilatation
sion; Dr. Costello's modification of the ori- Craveilhier, infiltration of urine, circum- which the urethra should undergo by the use
ginal percussor, 24 ; Mr. Weiss's instrument stances which give rise to, 508; purulent of catheters, rules regarding this dilatation,
for sawing the stone; Baron Heurteloup's infection ; inflammation of the bladder; table which is generally carried too far ; the meatus
bed, 25; Charrière's rack and pinion ; state of the causes of death in the Parisian hos- urinarius is the criterion or gauge ; case in
of the urethra, prostate, and bladder, 26; pitals; general tendency to disease of the which over-dilatation might have done much
position of the patient, and mode of pro- bladder, ureters, and kidneys, an impeding harm; another case in which over-dilatation
ceeding, 28

cause to the operation ; choice between litho- and slitting up of the meatus failed to effect a
Lecture IV.-Method of removing detritus and tomy and lithotrity in renal disease, 509

cure; good results in the same case obtained
fragments of calculus from the bladder, 71 ; Lecture XIV.-Parallel between lithotrity and by a second surgeon in adopting an opposite
conditions which present obstacles to the lithotomy; summing up in relation to both course; remarks on this case; question as to
operation, 72; accidents which sometimes methods considered merely as operations, when a stricture of the urethra may be consi-
supervene on the operation of lithotrity, 93; 540

dered cured ; distinction to be made as to the
instruments for crushing and removing frag- Lecture XV.-Comparison of the two methods, age of patients; enumeration of the signs which
ments lodged in the urethra, 94; breaking in the accidents they give rise to, and the cases point out that a stricture is quited cured,
or bending of the instruments, inclusion of to which they are respectively applicable, viz., 1. Unobstructed passage of the instru-
the inucous membrane within the blades of
561; conclusion, 564.

ment; 2. Nature of the stream ; 3. Complete
the crusher, 95

emptying of the bladder; 4. No ammoniacal
Lecture V.-Pain in lithotrity; chloroform, dis-GUTHRIE, Mr. G. J.

odour ; 5. Absence of mucus or pus; 6. Ab-
charge of blood, 141; retention of urine, A course of lectures on some of the more sence of any discharge; remarks on the
cystitis, peritonitis, retention of fragments Important Points in Surgery :

causes of constitutional disturbance in cases
in the bladder, 142 ; relapse of the disease, Lecture VI.-Wounds of the knee-joint, com- of stone in the bladder, disease of the kidney
143

pound fractures of the patella, excision of the one of the principal causes, danger of resort-
Lecture VI.-Pathological effects of urinary knee-joint, amputation of the leg, 47; exci. ing to operations of any kind with patients

calculi, 170 ; the urethra does not necessarily sion of the ankle-joint, 48 ; removal of the labouring under disease of the kidney ; paral-
suffer from the presence of stone; modifica- os calcis; gun-shot wounds of the foot; ampu- lel between the symptoms produced by the
tions of sensibility and contractility as a tation at the tarsus, 49; amputation of the presence of a stone in the bladder and those
consequence of stone; pathological effects of foot, Mr. T. Wakley's successful operation, depending on diseased kidney; symptoms
calculus, inflammation of the mucous mem- 50; amputation of a single metatarsal bone; exclusively owing to the presence of the cal-
brane, hypertrophy of the muscular tissue, M. de Beaufoy's rolling-foot, 51

culus; case illustrating such influence, for-

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merly treated by Mr. Aston Key; the opera- in sixteen days ; recovery ; question as to patients in the medical and surgical wards
tion of puncturing the bladder through the how long a canula may remain in the rec- of, 428
rectum for the complete retention of urine, tum; late case of retention, and puncturing Lord Chancellor, proposed reforms of the, at
dislike of some surgeons to the operation; the bladder through the rectum; fall on the Bethlehem, 476
case of complete retention of urine; enume- perinæum, and subsequent stricture; reten- Lords of the Admiralty and cholera, 365
ration of the various symptoms of stricture, tion; puncture of the bladder through the Loss of hair, 116, 140
and remarks touching their cause; tumours rectum ; slipping out of the canula ; second Lumleian lectures, on the effects of lead on the
in the perinæum, necessity of opening them puncture of the bladder through the sanie system, 73, 95, 165, 212
early; fistulous apertures, complete retention, bowel; variable symptoms ; final recovery ; Lunacy commissioners and St. Pancras work-
bleeding from the urethra from forced at- answers to objections offered to the operation house, 411
tempts at catheterism; evil effects of this of puncturing the bladder through the rec- increase of, amongst the working classes,
practice, 234
tum, 460

274, 389; returns, 412
Lecture VI. — Continuation of the case of Smith, DR. TYLER-

Lunatic asylum, Cork, 457 ; Hanwell, 69;
retention of urine in which the bladder was

A lecture on the Induction of Premature

Thorpe Asylum, 582
punctured through the rectum; fruitless at-

Labour, by the method of Professor

asylums, 505: the assistant medical
tempts at passing a catheter; discharge of

kiwisch of Würzburg, 297

officers of, 249; balance of accounts, 251;
pus through the meatus urinarius ; the use of

inspection of, 251
opium in cases of retention; the surgeon SOLLY, MR.--

Luxation of the elbow-joint of seven years
should endeavour to give relief without an Clinical lectures on Injuries and Diseases

date; anchylosis, excision, recovery, 320
operation ; symptoms of a full and distended

of the Joints; delivered at St. Tho-
bladder; distinction between suppression and mas's Hospital, 121, 144
retention; anatomical reasons why the blad.
WINSLOW, DR. FORBES-

M
der distends in a particular direction; pa- Lettsomian Lectures, No. II., on the
rallel between the urinary apparatus and Medical Treatment of Insanity, 253, 321

M'Cormack, Dr., on a case of rupture of the jeju-
the hydraulic press ; operation of puncturing

num, 78
the bladder through the rectum, description Lectures on insanity and the East India Com- Macdonald, Dr. W., case of ranula successfully
of the operation ; precautions to be taken

treated on the principle of mechanical pres.
when the patient returns to his bed; progress Lee, Dr. R., on cancerous disease of the

sure, 238
of the case after the operation ; great im- uterus, 40

Mackarsie, Mr. W., case of epilepsy treated by
provement; blood in the urine; removal of Mr. II., a calculus with a cork nucleus, tracheotomy, communicated by Dr. Hall,
the canula ; severe constitutional symptoms,

430, 441 ; cases under the care of, 264, 265 337, 349 ; Dr. Dick on, 402
death ; remarks upon the likelihood of peri- Mr. Richard, on a case of rupture of the Mackmurdo, Mr., cases under the care of, 53
tonitis having taken place; safety of the peritonæal coat of the uterus, 192

McWilliam, Dr., on the climate of hill stations,
operation; post-mortem examination ; ana- Leeds School of Medicine, 304

in India, 379
tomical preparation showing the course of Leipsic, the University of, alleged sale of Maisonneuve, M., on a case of deligation of the
the trocar; pathological peculiarity of this degrees at, 12 ; declaration of the Medical vertebral artery, 195; on the syphon-douche,
patient's bladder; considerations about the Faculty of, 12

474
cause of death in this case; reasons why this Leg, atrophy of the, a simple boot for, 467, Malgaigne, M., new mode of treating varicose
patient's bladder was punctured through the 495

aneurism by, 37
rectum; review of the several methods of Legion of Honour given to quacks, 341

Malpractice, actions for, against qualified
puncturing or relieving the bladder distended | Legitimate medicine versus quackery at Brad. medical men, 132
with urine-1. By forcing a catheter into the ford, 429

Manchester Royal School of Medicine and
bladder ; 2. By puncturing above the pubes ; Lens, sub-conjunctival dislocation of, 486

Surgery, 206, 289
3. By puncturing through the perinæum; Letter to Dr. Lyon Playfair, on his recent Manslaughter at Wells, the late trial for, 159;
4. By puncturing through the rectum; re- Analysis of the Buxton Tepid Water Charge of, against a surgeon, 115
capitulation of the reasons which support the (review), 301

Manual of Elemental Chemistry (review), 381
operation of puncturing the bladder through | Leucorrhiæa, on the pathology and treatment Margate Royal Sea-Bathing Infirmary, quar.
the rectum; analogy with tracheotomy in of, 10

terly court, 536
disease of the larynx, and rest to the stric- Libel, Lizars v. Syme, 162 ; Queen r. Jackson, Marischal College, Aberdeen, 22, 116, 225, 246;
tured esophagus in giving nourishment by 505

and University, 308
the lower bowel ; case of patient nourished Libels upon the practitioners of medicine, 14 Marine Life and Casualty Mutual Assurance
by enemata for thirty-four days, 343
Liberality, mcdica), 251

Society and Mr. F. Fussell, 535
Lecture VII. - Additional observations on Librarian, the indefatigable, Mr. Panizzi, 536 Markwick, Mr. A., letter on the prevention of
puncturing the bladder through the rectum; Liebig medal, 559

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bed-sores, 458
principles uponwhich the operation is founded; Life prolonged from food artificially introduced Marley, Mr. R., use of sulphuric acid in the
complete rest of the urethra; reasons derived into the stomach, by Mr. F. W. Casson, 518 diarrhea of the insane, 432
from analogy; the same treatment used in Lille, new School of Jedicinc at, 341

Marson, Mr., on transmission of liquid vaccine
the affections of bones, salivary fistula, arti- Limerick, St. John's Fever Ilospital, 388

lymph, 42; on preservation of, 114
ficial anus, &c. ; directions as to the manage- Limes, preserved, 135

Marylebone Institution for Diseases of Women,
mcnt of the patient after the operation ; es- Lincoln Dispensary, 185

549
cape of fæcal matter at the umbilicus treated

election of Mr. Robert Gardner Hill as Maxwell, Dr. W. G., on bin-iodide of mercury
on the same principle; so also the passage of mayor of, 176,481

in syphilis, 491
urine through the umbilicus in persistent Liquid (vaccine lymph, the transmission of, Meatus, chancre of the, 570
urachus: case of umbilical urinary fistula ; Mr. Chatterley on, 41; Mr. Marson on, 42 ; Mechi, Mr., and the hygeia of the fields, 110
comments on some points of the case men- Mr. Faxon on, 67

Medal, Liebig, 559
tioned in the preceding lecture; blood from Litchfield, Mr. V., on the treatment of ery- Medical assistants, 114; letter from Mr. Spong,
the urethra ; danger of healing the wound sipelas, 517

316; assistants and the diggings, 274
made by the trocar too soon ; observations Lithotomy and lithotrity, lectures on, 1, 23,

Association of South Staffordshire, 69
on the post-mortem examination; the rare 71, 93, 141, 170, 209, 231, 295, 319, 561

Benevolent College, 160 ; donations to
occurence of peritonitis ; stricture before and Lithotrite, modification of the, 474

the, 481
after death ; gonorrhoea not the cause of the Lithotrity, who invented ? 70

Benevolent Fuud, munificent bequest
corrugated state of the urethral mucous mem- Liverpool College of Chemistry, 289; In- to, 432
brane; displacement of the bladder by firmary School of Medicine, ib.

Bill, and unqualified assistants, 557;
distention, and altered relation of parts Lizars v. Syme, libel, 162

certificates and evidence, 45; certificates at
in retention; danger of false passages ; Lloyd, Mr,, cases under the care of, 174, 241, Berlin, 273;

charities, Miss Hardwick's
wounding the ejaculatory duct of little im-
422, 423

bequest, 432 ; College, Epsom, 444; College,
portance; the cause of death in this case ; Local action of poisons, 488

the New, 527
case of retention of urine; puncturing Lock Hospitals, 557, 581

common-councilman, 273
the bladder through the rectum; very severe Longevity of the English, 206

department of the Indian army, 475
symptoms; impermeable stricture resisting

Dr. Denis Burke, 185

Directory, British, 9:2, 140, 164, 179,
various methods of treatment ; puncture of London Hospital Medical School, 600

182, 186, 208, 227; 230, 252, 274, 313, 318,
the bladder through the rectum ; injecting

and Provincial Medical Directory, 342, 366, 537, 550
the bladder with warm water ; slipping out letter on, 386

evidence in the case of William Bourke 新
of the instrument; second puncturing; hæ-

City Mission, motley group of medical Kirwan, non-satisfactory nature of the, 895
morrhage ; favourable progress, the canula officers, 314

inspector at Corfu, 251; jurists, ques.
remaining twenty-nine days in the rectum ;
Dispensary, state of the funds, 317 tions for, 237; Manual for Apothecaries

'
discharge from the hospital ; puncturing of

Hospital and Medical and Surgical Hall, and other Boards, review of, 12;
the bladder through the rectum should only School, 292; meeting of governors, 139 ; members of Parliament, necessity for,
be performed when other means fail, 435; number of cases, 251

157, 205: men and passports, 207; men and
second case ; severe symptoms of stric-
University, movement for obtaining the state-funeral of the great Duke of Wel

.
ture; puncturing of the bladder through the franchise, 497 ; regulations, 275

lington, 496; patriarch, Dr. Denis Burke.
rectum; favourable progress; canula kept hospitals, inequality in the numbers of 185; practitioners, injustice of the income

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tax to, 197; practitioners in Cuba, 130 ; of the more important points of the pathology lower portion of the femur; amputation high
profession and American slavery, 523; and of rheumatic and non-rheumatic pericarditis, up; new tourniquet ; recovery, (with an
life assurance companies, 248, 272, 409, 535; deduced from an analysis of cases; on the engraving) 7; encephaloid disease of the
and assurance offices, 68; compliment to cure of nævus and erectile tumours by elastic clavicle and scapula, 31; cases of amputation
the, 317; congress of in Germany, 318; subcutaneous strangulation and section, 477 ; at the shoulder-joint; severe injury to the
Protection Society at Hull, 581; reform, on the development of torulæ in the urine, upper part of the arm by machinery; ampu-
amended draught bill on, 496 ; reform bill, and on the relation of these fungi to albu- tation at the shoulder-joint, 85; amputation
339, 524, 534, 535, 549; reform bill of the minous and saccharine urine, 631; case of of the little finger; dangerous symptoms
Provincial Association, 157; reform, extended fracture of the thigh-bone occurring sponta-

manifested after the administration of
report on, 129; registrars, letter on, 204; neously, 591; sequel to a case of albuminous chloroform ; resuscitation by galvanism, 103 ;
Societies, opening of the session of the 357; and fatty urine, published in the Medical and ununited fracture of the tibia in an old sub-
the new College, 498; titles, assumed, 432; Chirurgical Transactions for 1850, with some ject; union promoted by the introduction of
treatment of the Duke of Wellington, 355 ; account of two other cases of so-called chy- ivory pegs, according to Dieffenbach's method,
witnesses, payment of, 205; fees to, 316; lous urine, 592; cases of peritonitis with (with engravings), 152 ; cysts of the female
unqualified, 482

copious purulent effusion and empyema, breast in communication with a lactiferous
Medical news, 12, 40, 68, 91, 115, 138, 162, ib.; on a new method of treating fractures, tube; operation; microscopic investigation
184, 206, 229, 251, 273, 317, 340, 364, 388, ib.

(uith engrarings), 216; kick on the abdo-
411, 432, 436, 480, 504, 536, 558, 582

WESTERN MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SOCIETY men ; previous reducible inguinal hernia ;
M. D., degradation of the title of, 339, 364, or LONDON- Paraplegia ; dilatation of the anomalous symptoms; perforation of in-
387, 456, 480

bladder in a new-born infant, 386; on the testines ; peritonitis; death; autopsy, 300.
Medicine, a Practical Dictionary of, (review), therapeutical effects of gold, 455 ; on exos- Two cases of hemiplegia: one commected
572

tosis and some other diseases of the teeth, with diseased arteries and ramollissement of
Jedullary cancer of the superior maxilla and and their consequences, 554; death of the the brain; the other presenting the pecu-

malar bone, 194; in chest, without morbid President; suppurative peritonitis, attended liarity of metastatic paralysis; death and
symptoms, 192

with the evacuation of the pus through the autopsy in the first case; partial recovery in
Meeting of medical officers of hospitals for the abdominal walls, and followed by recovery, the second.—Hemiplegia ; metastasis; par-
insane, 115
579

tial recovery, 400 ; cases of gonorrhea,
Melanosis of left eye, extirpation of the globe, Mercury, bin-iodide of, in syphilis, 491

treated by M. Jozeau's Copahine. Dège, a
58; of the eye in a child five years old, 587 Méric, Mr. de, on the saccharine capsules of peculiar mode of administering copaiba, 42 ;
Melanotic tumour growing from the heel, am. copaiba and cubebs, 553; on prophylactic stone in the male bladder; nucleus formed
putation of the leg, 173; in different parts and curative syphilization, 593

of the stem of the parsley plant; extraction
of the trunk, 176
Merriman, death of Dr., 498

recovery, 442 ; thoracic aneurism, consequent
Microscope, questions about the, 70

upon a blow on the right side of the chest.-
Microscopical lectures by Prof. Quekett, 375 Diffuse aneurism of the femoral artery occur-
MEDICAL SOCIETIES.

Middlesex Hospital, 115 ; Mr. W. H. C. Plow- ring six months after an injury; deligation

den, 273; and medical school, 284; intro- of the vessel ; recovery, 469; case of kelis
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SOCIETY-On an epidemic ductory lecture, 330

in a little girl, twelve years old, 567
“ Suette Miliaire,” in the Hérault, 480 ; on Midwifery board, Royal College of Surgeons, KING'S COLLEGE HOSPITAL Encephaloid
the climate of the hill stations in India, 579 581

cancer of the testicle; removal of the
HARVEIAN SOCIETY-Dr. James Bird's intro-

boards, 457, 536, 580; regulations organ, 35 ; scirrrhus of the testis ; removal,
ductory address, 408

respecting candidates for certificates of qua- 106 ; gout from infancy, 126; fracture of
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON-Spontaneous lifications in 550, 558

the tibia and fibula at the age of three
or idiopathic emphysema; infusoria in can-

Lectures on the Principles and Prac- months; non-union from neglect; great de-
cer of the mouth; excision of the elbow-joint; tice of (review), 242 ; Elements of Practical formity; operations for its rectification, the
necrosis of the humerus, 385; cases of em- (review), 427 ; contribution to clinical, 174 last operative measure being the use of
pyema, and the character of of the prevalent

on some of the more important Dieffenbach's pegs. (With engravings), 153;
pleuro-pneumonia ; laceration of the umbi- points in the physiology, pathology, and Ununited fracture of the ulna.- Dieffenbach's
lical cord; internal strangulation; on the practice of, by Dr. J. Power :-Introductory operation for promoting union, 154; me-
constitutional treatment of scald-head and observations, 4: anatomy of the uterine sys- lanotic timours in different parts of the
ringworm, 405; congenital deficiency of the tem; the cervix ; normal parturition, or la- trunk.--Recurrence of an osteo-cartilaginous
diaphragm; a calculus with a cork nucleus. bour ; active labour, 5; the exciting causes tumour connected with the nasal process of
430; on the surgical treatment of some forms of labour, 31; diagram illustrative of excito- the superior maxilla ; second removal ; re-
of scrofulous disease; on the question of motory action, 32; abnormal parturition; covery.-Fracture of the os calcis, 176;
relation between phthisis and hysteria, 452 ; deviations connected with the exciting causes spasm of the muscles of the larynx, simu-
on the pathology of affections allied to of uterine action ; deficiency of nervous lating hiccup, and supposed to be excited
epilepsy, 478; diphtheritic exudation in power: mental emotions; various accidental by the presence of the tænia solium in the
scarlet fever, &c.; case of nigrities; bella- causes, 79; abnormal parturition, 101; re- digestive canal, 218; trephining of the
donna as a prophylactic or curative agent flex action ; painful affections of the uterus ; tibia in two cases: in one for abscess in the
in scarlatina, 503; a

new styptic; dis- treatment, 103; painful reflex action; treat- interior of the bone, and in the other for
cussion on Dr. Barnes's paper on men- ment, bleeding, opium, anæsthetics, 146; necrosis unconnected with any tegumentary
struation, conception, and lactation, 532; M. fomentation, friction, pressure, promotion of solution of continuity.—Trephining of the
Jozeau's saccharine capsules of copaiba and uterine action, ergot of rye, 147; convulsion, tibia for necrosis, unconnected with any
cubebs ; scirrhus of the uterus complicated 148

tegumentary solution of continuity, 264 ;.
with pregnancy, funis presentation, delivery; Military medicine, and medical statistics of tic douloureux, seated in the mental branch
on the pathology and treatment of sangui- Indian goals, 91

of the inferior dental nerve ; division of that
neous pelvic cysts, 553; on the treatment of Militia, the, 388, 412 ; bill and medical prac- branch ; recovery, 376 ; large calculus in the
vesico-vaginal fistula (with engravings); titioners, 366; injustice of the war office female, of which the nucleus was a piece of
encephaloid disease of the lower end of the authorities to surgeons of militia regiments, cork; previous paraplegia ; extraction ; re-
left femur; "suppurative derivation ” as a 269 ; surgeons, inadequate pay of, 315

covery, 441; acute inflammation of the
therauputic agent, 576 ; prophylatic and Miller, Dr., on the treatment of diarrhæa by knee-joint; protracted morbid state of the
curative syphilization, 593
sulphuric acid, 323, 495

articulation ; amputation of the thigh ;
PATHOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON—The Mineral acids, 489

death, 471; excision of the knee-joint.-
muscular fibres of the valve of the foramen Ministerial budget and professional incomes, 557 Luxation of the elbow-joint of seven years'
ovale; fatty degeneration of the uterine

date; anchylosis of the humero-ulnar ar-
fibres after delivery; co-existence in the

ticulation ; excision of the joint; recovery
lungs of cancer and military tubercle (?); MIRROR OF THE PRACTICE OF MEDI- with satisfactory motion in the articulation.
intestine in typhoid fever, 409; granular

CINE AND SURGERY IN THE HOS- -Excision of the elbow-joint; recovery,
and incipient fatty degeneration of the heart, PITALS OF LONDON.

with a useful arm.-Chronic disease of the
causing sudden death; internal strangulation

elbow-joint; excision of the articulation, 518
caused by adhesion of the vermiform process CHIARING CROSS HOSPITAL-Hysterical para- LONDON HOSPITAL-Encephaloid disease of
to the ovary, 578

lysis, 81; rapid necrosis of the tibia; ampu- the pelvis aud upper part of the femur, 9 ;
ROYAL MEDICAL AND CHIRURGICAL SOCIETY tation above the knee according to Mr. fracture of the skull in a chlld ; trephining;

-A memoir on the pathology and treatment Luke's method ; fissure of the soft and hard hernia cerebri; recovery ; subsequent death,
of leucorrhæa, based upon the microscopical palate ; operation, 193; medullary tumour 54; inguinal hernia; imperfect descent of
anatomy of the os and cervix uteri, 10; an of large size, situated in the right inguinal the testicle; strangulation; reduction with-
analysis of one hundred cases of cancerous region, partial removal, death, autopsy, 265; out operation, 241; popliteal aneurism suc-
disease of the uterus; an account of a case amputation of the leg in utero (with an en- cessfully treated by compression of the
of pulsating tumour in which the urine graving), 326; melanosis of the eye in a arterial trunk, 325 ; fibrous tumour of the
contained cancer-cells; remarks the child five years old, 587; secondary melanotic lower jaw; removal of the portion of bone
pathology of hydrophobia, with an account tumour of the orbit, after removal of the eye; involved in the disease; recovery, 424
of a case of that disease, 40; first meeting of melanosis of the liver, 588

MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL-Two cases of scirrhous
the session, 452 ; a comparative view of some Guy's HOSPITAL.-Encephaloid disease of the cancer of the breast of twelve years' stand-

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ing; former ablations of the organ in the temporary success; subsequent death ; | New Lunatic Asylums, 505
first case ; non interference in the second, autopsy, 568

Medical College, 498
128; enormous enlargement of the clitoris ; UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL.-Strangu- Medical Directory and foreign degrees,
removal of the mass-(With an engraving.) lated hernia in a child five months old ; ope- 182; medical reform bill, 524, 534, 535
468 ; scrofulous caries of the upper cervical ration ; recovery.--Strangulated congenital - Medical Bill, importance and necessity of
vertebræ ; sudden death ; autopsy, 585

hernia in a child ten weeks old ; operation; continued vigorous and united action, 197;
ROYAL FREE HOSPITAL-Irreducible femoral death.-Strangulated congenital hernia in a medical college, 527
hernia ; severe pain occasioned by the truss ; child ten weeks old; operation, recovery, 105;

Sanitary Barracks at Octamund, 249
removal of the adherent omentum and a bite from the hooded snake, (cobra de ca- method of treating dyspepsia, by] Dr.
portion of the sac by operation, 218

pello ;) rapid death; autopsy, (with en- Spurgin, 77
ST. BARTHOLOMEW's HOSPITAL--Encephaloid gravings,) 397 ; excision of the elbow-joint | News, medical, 12, 40, 68, 91, 115, 138, 162,

disease of the femur; amputation ; small upon a child of five years; inflammation of 184, 206, 229, 251, 273, 317, 310, 364, 383,
fungus of the bone soon after the operation; the humerus ; phlebitis ; death.-Excision 411, 432, 456, 480, 504, 586, 558, 582, 599
death ; autopsy, 8; encephaloid disease of of the elbow-joint upon a child of twelve Nitrate of silver in pruritus of the vulva, 474
the femur and ilium, 10 ; encephaloid disease years ; recovery with a useful arm.-Exci- Neuralgia arrested by surgical operation, 83
of the humerus ; amputation at the shoulder- sion of the elbow-joint upon a child eight Nigrities, case of, 503
joint, 33; strangulated hernia in a child years old ; recovery with a useful arm.-Ex- Nisi-Prius Court, Newcastle, action for compen-
ten weeks old; operation; recovery, 104: cision of the head of the humerus ; recovery

sation, alleged want of care and skill, 187
epidemic of carbuncular inflammation of with a moveable joint.-Remarks upon the Nitric acid, death from the fumes of, 162; in
the lip, 174; encysted hernia in the right
cases, 546

rain water, 86
inguinal canal ; abnormal situation of the WESTMINSTER HOSPITAL.--Thoracic aneurism Non-medical Board of Health, 318
right testicle; strangulation ; operation ; re- of uncertain seat, 469.

North medical district of St. Pancras, 457
covery.--Inguinal hernia on the right side ;

Northern Circuit, Trial of Jane Harland, 138
imperfect descent of the testicle on the Misrepresentations, Dr. Wallis and his con- -- Sea Bathing Infirmary, Scarborough,
same side ; strangulation ; formation of a frères, 434

216, 226, 229
watery cyst; operation; recovery, 239 : Modification of the lithotrite, 474

Notes, Clinical, on influence of posture in
constriction of the thigh in utero. (With Molloy, Dr. R., on questions for medical jurists, treament of epilepsy, 564
an engraving.) – Congenital deficiency of 237; on excessive vomiting in connexion Notices to correspondents, 21, 46, 70, 92,
the muscular fibres in the left half of the with profound coma, 396

116, 140, 164, 186, 208, 230, 274, 294, 318,
diaphragm ; displacement of the stomach ; Monmouth and South Wales Branch of the 342, 366, 390, 412, 434, 458, 452, 506, 537,
double pneumonia ; death, autopsy, 327 ; Provincial Medical and Surgical Association, 560, 584
cases of Gonorrhea treated by V. Jozeau's 250
Copahine-mège; a peculiar mode of ad- Monmouth Dispensary, annual meeting, 457

0
ministering copaiba, 422 ; catgut introduced Monstrosity, fætal, and placenta prævia, 590
into the urethra ; consequent urethritis; or- Moore, Mr., on a case of pulsating tumour, in Obituary, Dr. John Taylor, 21; Dr. Moreno,
chitis; suppuration of the epididymis on which cancer-cells were found in the urine, 40; Dr. John Kidd, Dr. R. B. Dennison,
both sides; recovery, 443; medullary cancer 40; on stricture of the urethra, with a new 45; Professor Recamier, 46; Mr. Vincent,
occupying a great portion of the chest, method of treating the disease, 351

91; Dr. Gosden, 92; Mr. Lacas Bennett,
without morbid symptoms until a few days Mopping out the air-passages, 318, 342, 366 116; Mr. H. Mayo, Dr. D. O'Flynn, 207;
before the patient's death, 492; diseased Morphia, 490

Mr. W. Robinson, 230; Mr. II. G. King,
elbow-joint; removal of the olecranon and Mortality of London during the week, 69, 139, Dr. T. Brown, 274; Mr. J. Stokoe, Na-
coronoid process.-Chronic inflammation of

163, 186, 230, 251, 274, 318, 341, 365, 389, poleon's surgeon; Dr. A. J. Impey, Dr.
the elbow-joint; exploration of the joint 412, 434, 457, 482, 505, 559, 583

M'Can, Dr. H. M. Smith, Dr. A. Fitzgerald,
without removal of the bone, 521; fall on Mortality among the troops in China, 251; at Dr. John Shaw Wells, 317; Dr. J. Barlok,
the nape of the neck; compression of the the seat of war, 185; on board the “ Lady Dr. J. Guillemard, Dr. H. Galloway, 389;
medulla spinalis; death ; autopsy, 586
Montague," 44

Dr. J. Peeble, Dr. J. B. Watson, Dr. W. B.
ST. GEORGE'S HOSPITAL. – Encephaloid dis-

Mosse, Mr., on the use of yeast in the treatment Gilgeous, 434; Francis Whitestone, Dr. T. W.
ease of the lower portion of the femur ; am- of boils, 113

Calder, and Dr. Hewitt, at Barbadoes, 437;
putation; recovery, 9; encephaloid disease Motley group of medical officers of the London Dr. G. A. Mantell, 481; Dr. Merriman, 498;
of the testicle presenting an enchondro- City Mission, 314

Mr. Alex. Walker, Dr. Rodrick McLeod,
matous induration, 35 ; supposed spina bi- Movement at University of London for obtain- Mr. John Smith, 583; Dr. G. Soulby; Mr.
fida in a young man ; enormous size of the ing franchise, 496

J. Berry, 600
tumour; puncture ; tetanus ; death ; autopsy, Mucous membranes of the air-passages ; topical Obré, Mr. II., On the induction of labour by
56 ; discase of the hip-joint of several medication in the treatment of, 259

the water dash, 431
years' standing ; death ; examination of the Munificence, 116; Miss Abigail Pratten, 230

Observations, London Medical Society of, what
joint, 106; strangulated femoral hernia ; Munificent donations, 536

to observe at the bedside, and after death,
mortification and rupture of the intestine; Murder by a quack, alleged, 389; committed by

in medical cases, 591
operation ; death ; autopsy, 493

a patient vpon his medical adviser, 317 Observations on the impulse of the heart, 467,
ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL.- Aneurism of the left Muscular tic, Dr. Hall on, 510

566
cartoid artery close to the origin of the vessel; Museum, IIunterian, 223, 457

Obstetric dynamics, 130, 178; physicians and
Brasdor's operation, 57; injury to the upper Mushrooms, test for, 434

the college, 334
part of the left arm; amputation at the

Oculists in Turkey, 58
shoulder-joint ; death, 84; compound fracture

Ogle, Dr., notes from, on fibrinous concretions of
of the hand, with extensive laceration of

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heart, 226, 339
the integuments and tendons; recovery with-

Oldfield, Mr., on the inadequate remuneration
out amputation, 127 ; two cases of ovarian Napoleon's surgeon, ath of, 317

of medical men, 204
disease : one of ovarian dropsy, the other of Narcotine, 490

Olecranon and coronoid process, removal, 521
ovarian tumour ; deaths; autopsies.-Ova- Naval appointments, 582

Olives, preserved, 135
rian tumour; extirpation ; death ; autopsy, assistant-surgeons, 47, 161, 251 ; medical Opening of the New Crystal Palace on Sundays,
877; encephaloid cancer developed in the service, 302

and the public health, 474 ; of the session ;
abdomen of a child five years old; death; | Navy, the, and College of Surgeons in Ireland, introductory lecture, 336; of the medical 80-
autopsy, 193
582

cieties, 357
St. Thomas's HOSPITAL.—Encephaloid disease Nap after dinner, 274 ; letters on a, 318, 342, Operation for directing the orifices of the ureters
of the testicle ; removal of the organ.--En- 360

into the rectum, 568
cephaloid disease of the testicle ; post-mortem Necessity for qualified surgeons to passenger- Operations, University College Hospital, 558
examination, 35; severe neuralgia arrested ships, 599

Opiates, immense doses of, 672
by surgical operation, 83; melanotic tumour Necrosis of the sixth cervical vertebra; death, Opium, 490; statistics, 412; in delirium tre-
growing from the heel; amputation of the 195
leg, 175 ; cephaloma developed in the me- Nees von Esenbeck's herbarium, 116

Ordnance medical department, 303
dullary canal

lower part of the right Neligan, Dr., on Discases of the Skin (Review), Ormerod, Dr., on some of the inore important
ulna; removal of the discased portion of 156

points in the pathology of rheumatic and
bone, 378; cases of gonorrhoea treated by Neuroma pervading all the nerves; curious case non-rheumatic pericarditis, 477
M. Jozeau's Copahine-mège, a peculiar mode of, 219

Orange, Mr., note on mopping out the air pas
of administering copabia, 422 ; calculus in Newcastle-upon-Tyne College of Medicine and
the female; extraction without incision or Practical Science, 290; in connexion with Orthopædic Hospital, City, anniversary dinner
crushing, and with the assistance of instan-

the University of Durham, 290; Infirmary, of, 43
taneous dilatation of the urethra, 442 ; ex- 291; tracheotomy and extraction of a portion Os calcis, fracture of the, 177
cision of the elbow joint; erysipelas ; death; of broken glass, 471

Os uteri, occlusion of the, note from Dr. Power,
545; ectropia vesicæ ; (absence of the ante- New acupuncture needle, 362

272 ; notes from Dr. Highmore and Mr.
rior walls of the bladder and pubic abdo- Charter of the College of Physicians, 269 Hendry, 248 ; supposed occlusion of the,

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minal parietes ;) operation for directing the Fellows, Royal College of Surgeons, 582 ; 204 ; Dr. Whitworth, note from, 227
orifices of the ureters into the rectum; letter on the, 228

Ovarian abscess, on two cases of, with remarks,

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