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weeks prior to her death she had missed her courses for the first time, and suffered no pain up to the night of the 17th (month ?), when she was taken with severe pain of the abdomen, which was supposed to be bilious colic. The next day she said she was better ; but Dr. Steele found the pulse small, quick, and feeble; she was still complaining of a pain of a spasmodic character over the whole abdomen. She died suddenly about an hour after. On opening the cavity of the abdomen, there was found effused about a gallon and a half of blood ; that in the pelvic cavity was coagulated ; in removing this, an embryo of about six weeks was found, lying near a rupture in the middle of the Fallopian tube. Dr. Steele conjectures that this accident may happen oftener than is supposed. Unless hæmorrhage be severe, recovery might take place without the occurrence of very formidable symptoms, what had passed being unsuspected.

4. Dr. Küneke relates at great length a case of placenta prævia succenturiata. The following are the important facts. A woman, aged twenty-three, said to be pregnant for the first time, was admitted into the Lying-in Hospital of Göttingen on June 4th, 1858. Whilst engaged in field-labour she had been suddenly seized with a profuse flooding, attended with weak labour pains. Forty-five minutes after this flooding she was in the hospital. The os uteri was partially dilated. Auscultation revealed the sounds of the foetal heart. The child was born alive by means of the natural efforts. The after-birth was removed without difficulty in ten minutes. The placenta consisted of two perfectly distinct parts, the cotyledons being planted in two points of the superficies of the chorion, separated by a space of free chorion between. There was no vascular connexion between the two portions of placenta. The fupis was inserted into the edge of the larger oval-shaped portion of placenta ; whilst distinct vessels proceeded from the root of the cord to the placenta succenturiata. Without doubt, says Dr. Küneke, this accessory cotyledon had lain over the os uteri, and had given rise to the hæmorrhage.

5. Professor Scanzoni relates a case which he describes as one of laceration of the sacroiliac synchondrosis during labour. A woman aged thirty-two, who had previously borne one child normally, suffered during her second labour with severe pains, accompanied by the most acute pain in the sacral region. The child was unusually large. After delivery, the patient felt much exhausted, and complained of violent pain in the region of the right hip, running aloug the back of the thigh to the knee. Morphia internally and locally applied gave no relief. She could not bear the slightest movement without the most acute suffering; and in the seat of pain a crepitation was perceived. On examination of this spot a very painful swelling, the size of the hand, long, flat, and somewhat red, was found in the region of the sacro-iliac synchondrosis. The most intense pain attended lateral pressure on the hip; and also internal exainination, through disturbance of the sacral ligaments. Crepitation was felt and heard on moving the patient. The existence of a separation of the sacro-iliac synchondrosis through the long-sustained eccentric pressure caused by the large and hard head of the foetus in the pelvic canal was undoubted. The antiphlogistic treatment adopted effected little alteration. On the fourteenth day after labour there appeared along Poupart's ligament a swelling the breadth of two fingers, hard, and which by fomentations and poultices was dissipated in a fortnight. Otherwise the state of the disease was the same. For the first time, in the middle of July, gentle locomotive attempts could be made, by resting the body on both arins on the right knee. At the end of July, violent pain returned in the region of the sacro-iliac synchondrosis. The swelling there exhibited fluctuation at the beginning of August; and on the 7th, an incision being made, a pound of thick pus escaped. By means of the probe, the rough bare bones were felt, without, however, the instrument penetrating into the joint. Much relief ensued; when, two days later, about two ounces of limpid albuminous fluid had been discharged, the opening healed, and the patient walked, although somewhat lamely.


6. Dr. Braun proposes another plan, in addition to the many known, for exciting premature labour. He objects to many methods the danger of too easily rupturing the membranes. He employs catgut-bougies of a foot long and two or three lines thick; he steeps the end in soft water to full softening, and passes it, well-oiled, into the uterus, by means of twisting motions, until a length of only one or two fingers’ brealth remains in the vagina. Uterine contractions are set up in from six to twenty hours. The bougie never (?) injures the membranes; it may be removed shortly before the rupture of the membranes or the birth of the child. During 1857 or 1858 the author had twelve opportunities of employing this uterine catheterization. By its means eleven children were born alive, five dead; eight mothers recovered, and no one sank from any puerperal process. The modes of death were : one from pneumonia; one from miliary tuberculosis ; and two from Bright's disease. In esti

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7. Dr. Kapler's case of rupture of the uterus. A woman in labour with her second child had passed the period of gestation favourably. She had, however, suffered from metritis after her first labour. The pains were good, but labour made no progress; she was therefore taken into the Lying-in Hospital. She was now collapsed; abdomen much distended. The conjugate diameter was shortened by half an inch. The delivery was effected with great difficulty by perforation and turning. The patient died fifty-one hours after delivery. About half a pound of blood was found in the abdominal cavity. The uterus was extremely pale and flaccid. One part had a harder consistency, and on being cut reminded one of the nonpregnant uterus; the cut edges retracted and became concave. The right wall of the cervix was in the form of a long irregular gaping rent. Below this rent was a second smaller one in the portio vaginalis. It is conjectured that the rupture in this case was due to the pressure exerted on parts which had undergone an inflammatory change in the first labour.



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Abortion, by phosphorus
388 Bruit, new

Academy of Medicine, Memoirs of
33 Braun on premature labour.

Acland and Ruskin on Oxford Museum 68 Butcher on Surgery

Addison on blood.
378 Budge on Sympathetic

Ailantus, a vermifuge

Bucknill on Shakspeare

Althaus on Electricity
113 Cahill on Delirium Tremens

Amici on muscular fibre
375 Cartilage, Barwell on

Anästhesia, Hayward on

Cellular Pathology

Aneurism, Brady on

Chatto's Surgical Reports

193, 397
Anus, artificial
397 Church's Handbook

Aran on chorea
183 Chapin on mental disease

Arnold on fever

116 Child's Letter to the Rector of Exeter. 68
Arsenic in dead bodies

Chlorate of soda

Arsenic, poisoning by

383, 384
Clemens on hernia

Arteries, Scott on
152 Cooper on Injuries of the Eye

Asthma, Salter on
145 Conington's Handbook

Atkinson on Delirium Tremens

Corvisart on the Pancreas

Balassa on calculus in Hungary

Coca, Mantegazza on.

Barclay's Manual
114 Cromwell's Soul and Future Life

Barnes Obstetric Reports
200, 403 Cragie on Drunkard's fever

Barker on Infancy
115 Crocq on nitrate of silver

Barwell on Cartilage
353 Cyclopædia of Anatomy

Bauch et on ysts ,
33 Da Costa on pulmonary artery

Beck on bone formation

Dalton's Physiology

Bennett on Delirium Tremens
259 Deville on ergot

253 Dislocations, Maclise on

Practice of Medicine
114 Diday on Syphilis in infants

Bernard on placenta .

Diphtheria, Boullon-Lagrange on

in Albany

Bezold on spinal cord
170 De Méric on Syphilis.

Bladder, Gant on

Dixon on the Eye .

Blondlot on Arsenic
44 Duncan on cervix uteri

Blood crystals
390 Dutroulau on Yellow Fever

Borie on Cæsarean Operation
44 Duchenne on ataxie

Botkin on blood
379 Duncan, God in Disease

Bouley on ligature of @sophagus
165 Draper on blood globules

Brady on-Aneurism
318 Eccles on Lunatics

Brinton on the Stomach
79 Eckhard on sympathetic

Briquet on hysteria

on saliva

Brodhurst on Anchylosis
320 Electricity, Althaus on

Brown-Séquard on asphyxia
166 Entoptics, Jago on

166 Epiphora

excretory ducts 168 Esophthalmia

ligature of oesophagus. 165 Eye, Cooper on

Nervous System

Dixon on

170 Falck on Alcoholismus


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Fever, Arnold on
116 Maclise on Dislocations .

Food, iodized
177 Malgaigne on fracture

Food Collection, Guide to

Manz on conjunctiva :

Foramen ovale .
395 Mannkopff on oil of elemi

Fracture, treatment of

400 Medicine, Religion, and Philosophy. 241
Friedrich on epithelium
374 Midwifery, Sinclair and Johnston's

Frerichs on Liver
58 Milk, effects of Swill .

Funke on peptons

Missoux, on sulphate of copper

Fuhrer on circulation
166 Mitchell's Essays

Gant on Bladder
112 Moissenet on hydatid cysts

Garnier on tannin .

175 Mondret on Death of Puerperal Women 41
Gilbert on fractures

Mortality after operations .

Gibbs on placenta .
203 Morehead on Delirium Tremens

Gerhardt on heart
166 Müller on ossification

God in Disease .

241 Murchison on Co-existence of Morbid Poisons 129
Gosselin on fractures
401 Murphy on Cæsarian section

Griesinger on diabetes
397 Navy, Health of

Gubler on white corpuscles
396 Nervous System, Brown-Séquard on

-on muguet
43 Nonat on spinal cord.

Hayward on Anästhesia

349 Northcote's Manual of Chemical Analysis. 68
Hardee on extra-uterine gestation
405 Ogle on Nervous System

Haber on curare

170, 174
Oīlier on periosteum .

Hæmin crystals
379 Ovum, Mattei on

Hecker on extra-uterine gestation
405 Oxford, Influence of, on Medicine

Hecquet on Measles
37 Pancreas, Corvisart on

Heschl on cerebral deficiency
185 Packhard's edition of Malgaigne

Hospitals, building of

39! Pearson's Letter to the Provost of Oriel 68
Hoppe on bile.
168 Perchloride of iron in angina

Hunter, article on
95 Peddie on Delirium Tremens

Hydrochloric acid, poisoning by

388 Phosphorus, poisoning by
Infancy, Barker on

117 Piédagnel on air in veins
Jago on Entoptics
119 Pitha on foreign bodies in bladder

Jaw, fracture of
401 Pflüger on axis cylinder.

Jeannel on fatty bodies

on inhibitory system

Johnston's Midwifery.

86 Potassium, poisoning by sulpho-cyanide of 386
Jones, Handfield, on iodide of potassium 180

poisoning by cyanide of . 386
Kapler on rupture of uterus
405 Potato berries, poisoning by

Klaatsch on taste

Price on surgery

Klob on ductus arteriosus
190 Pregnancy, extra-uterine

Kollock on uterine chancre
200 Quinometry

Köhler on absorption
168 Rape on a child

Kramer on membrana tympani
398 Report on Forensic Medicine

Kühne on icterus

Health of Navy.

Küneke on placenta

Materia Medioa .

Kussmaul on ovum


185, 392
Law on Delirium Tremens


Larrey on nerve lesion


200, 403
Laycock on Delirium Tremens


Lawson on Yellow Fever


Scotch Lunacy Commissioners 307
Lee on Nerves of Uterus


193, 397
Legouest on fracture of last rib
195 Ricord on Chancre

Leudet on contraction of aorta

189 Richardson's Report on Toxicology
Lehmann on uterus
203 Robin on blood-globules .

Lead, poisoning by
388 Robinson on Mental Disorders

Larcher on hypertrophy of heart
201 Robert on fracture of femur

Lankester on Food Collection .
318 Rodet on muscular atrophy

Liver, Frerichs on .
58 Roger on ulcers of trachea

Lister on inhibitory system
170 Sansom on Mortality after Operations

Lotzbeck on enchondroma .
380 Sangalli on cerebral hypertrophy

Luschka on hepatic-tumour
380 Salter on Asthma .

Lucilia homini vorax
393 Sanitary Science, Ladies on

Lunacy, article on

Schuh on tattooing lips

Lyons, fomulæ of

182 Scanzoni on sacro-iliac synchondrosis 405
Lyons, Handbook of Dr.

on carbonic acid

Man and his Dwelling Place

Scott on arteries

Macpherson on Delirium Tremens
258 Seymour on Lunatic Asylums .

Marcé on chorea
186 Shakspeare, Psychology of

Mayer on esophagus
187 Sieveking's Medical Reports

185, 392
Mantegazzı on Coca
110 Silbert on Bloodletting



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