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labour went on tediously, notwithstanding strong pains. At 10:30. of the 3rd May, the os was fully expanded, but the head had not altered for many hours; a miscoloured, stinking fluid escaped from the vagina ; the pains bad ceased. The uterus was strongly contracted round the fætus; the abdomen was of irregular form, but free from pain. With the lever the head was first brought into the pelvic brim, and hen delivered by the forceps, dead. The uterus contracted well. For the first few days the woman did well. The uterus, however, preserved a large size, but remained painless. The labia pudendi began to swell, and gangrene appeared in the mucous membrane of the vulva. Sloughs fell. On the seventh day a light fever appeared, with shivering resembling ague. This was successfully encountered by quinine. On the tenth day, when the patient seemed doing well, the uterns having sunk into the pelvis, & copious flooding suddenly came on and destroyed the patient. It was concluded that, through a gangerous softening at a higher part, vessels had been injured, and caused the flooding. The uterus was found at the neck and the upper part of the vagina, especially at the lefc, and behind, quite gangrenous, and a large round Lole with sharp edges quite through. The muscular fibres were fatty. Abuut 1:50" from the neck was a second smaller hole ; in this divided vessels were seen which had given rise to the fatal flooding. At the posterior side of the body of the uterus which had lain against the promontory, was an incomplete rupture of 1.50" long. The pelvis was narrowed at the brim ; the conjugate diameter measured 3.20”. The symphysis pubis was very thin and softened ; the ossa pubis through ciastasis separated more than one inch. Purulent fluid escaped from the articular cavity. The ossa pubis and the innominata were moveable. [One cannot help observing that several of these women were in labour too long, and that delivery by perforation or turning at an earlier period would have saved the lives of some.—REPORTER.)


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223 2. Lectures on Chancre. Delivered by M. RICORD, Surgeon to the Hôpital du Midi; pub

lished by FOURNIER, with Notes and Cases; and translated from the French by Č. F. MAUNDER, Demonstrator of Anatomy at Guy's Hospital

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236 Manual of the Geographical History of Disease. By Dr. August HIRSCH, of Dantzic. First Part: Acute Infectious Diseases

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other Diseases. By WILLIAM CRAIG, Consulting Surgeon to the Ayr Fever Hospital . ib. 3. Report on the Nervous System in Febrile Diseases and the Classification of Fevers by the Nervous System. By HENRY FRASER CAMPBELL, A.M., &c.

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ib 4. Man and his Dwelling Place

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253 2. Outlines of Physiology. By John HUGHES BENNETT, M.D., &c. .

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(Clinical Lectures on the Principles and Practice of Medicine,' pp. 409. Second Edition) 258 8. Meningitis Phantasmatophora ; Brain Fever of Drunkards. (Elements of the Practice

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Art. I.-—The Psychology of Shakspeare. By Joan Charles BUCKNILL, M.D. Lond., &c. . 314 Art. II.—Five Essays. By John KEARSLEY MITCHELL, M.D., &c. Edited by S. WIER MITCHELL, M.D., &c.

316 Art. III.- On the Treatment of Internal Aneurism by the Method of Valsalva. By THOMAS BRADY, M.B., &c.

318 Art. IV.—A Guide

to the Food Collection in the South Kensington Museum. 'By Edwin LanKESTER, M.D., &c.

ib. Art. V.—Epiphora, or Watery Eye: its successful Treatment by the new method of Dilatation; with Illustrative Cases. By JAMES VOSE SOLOMON, F.R.C.S. Lond., &c.

319 ART. VI.—The Mortality after Operations of Amputation of the Extremities, and the Causes of

that Mortality. By ARTHUR ERNEST SANSOM, Associate of King's College. The Prize Essay of the Medical Society of King's College, London, for the year 1858 .

ib. ART. VII.-1. Conservative Surgery. Reports in Operative Surgery. Series III. By RICHARD G. H. BUTCHER, Esq., M.R.S.A., &c.

320 2. Contributions to the Surgery of Diseased Joints, with special Reference to the Operation

of Excision. No. 1. The Knee. Illustrated with engravings on Wood. By P. C. PRICE, Surgeon to the Great Northern Hospital, &c.

ib. 3. On the Treatment of Anchylosis, or the Restoration of Motion in Stiff Joints. By BERNARD E. BRODHURST, &c. Second Edition

ib. Art. VIII.-A Handbook of Hospital Practice; or, an Introduction to the Practical Study of Medicine at the Bedside. By ROBERT D. LYONS, K.C.C., &c.

321 Art. IX.-Summary of New Publications.

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Art. I.-Observations on the Outbreak of_Yellow Fever among the Troops at Newcastle,

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324 Art. II.—Remarks on Anästhesia, and the Agents employed to produce it. By George HarWARD, M.D., &c. .

349 Art. III.— Nutrition, Inflammation, and Ulceration of Articular Cartilage. By Rd. BARWELL,

F.R.C.S., Assistant-Surgeon, Charing-Cross Hospital . ART, IV.-Series of Clinical Cases (with Observations) illustrating the Views recently put for

ward by Dr. Brown-Séquard, as regards certain points connected with the Physiology of the Nervous System. By John W. OGLE, M.D. Oxon, &c. .



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