Billeder på siden
PDF
ePub
[ocr errors][merged small]

Naphthaline in Ulcers....

554
Naphthaline in Urinary Troubles

332
Narcotics in Lactation.....

634
Nephritis, Nitro-Glycerine..
Nerve Suture....

77
Nervous Atrophy and Peripheral Function; Correlation 86
Neuralgia, Iodoform.....

434
Neuralgia, Salicylate of Cocaine..

154
Neuritis, Postfebrile Central and Peripheral

..561
Neurosis of Extremities. ...

266
Neurotherapy, Surgical..

513
Nitro-Glycerine, Nephritis.

552

“Noble Forehead” Fallacy

Notes and Items, 28, 36, 56, 80, 83, 110, 123, 132, 140, 168,196,

224, 230, 252, 280, 307, 335, 364, 392, 419, 447, 476, 504, 560,

.569, 586, 588

Nostrums, Value of.

497

[merged small][ocr errors]
[blocks in formation]

.311

.398

197

434

70

43

14

.519
283
..551
.428
492
658

.343

128

221

272

220

245

542

181

.616
3:21
183

Pain Expeller, Poisoning.

349

Pancoast, Dinner to...
Paralysis Consequent on Parotitis.

702
Paste Pencils.

561
Pasteur and Fritch..

..684
Pelvic Abscess; Abdominal Section.

194

Pelvic Hematocele........

.356

Pelvic Organs in the Female.

424
Pepsin, Pharyngeal Catarrh.

639
Perineoplasty..

.551

Perineum, Rupture of......

...313

Peri-Uterine Inflammation...

48

Permanganate of Potash in Burns, etc.

.553
Peroxide of Hydrogen in Ear Disease.

.219

Philadelphia Correspondent to the British Medical

Journal

37

Philadelpbia County Medical Society, Report of Dele-
gates ..

211
Philadelphia, Medico-Chirurgical College of.

139
Phthisical Sweats, Secale Coruntum..

.649
Phthisis and Tinea Versicolar.

213
Phthisis, Bacteriotherapy

346

Phthisis, Carbolic Acid....

432

Phthisis, Hydrofluoric Acid.

409

Phthisis, Iodine Carbolized.

..554
Phthisis, Prophylaxis,.....

56, 169
Physician's Privilege on the Witness Stand..

115

Pilocarpine, Adenitis,.....

Pilocarpine in Alcobolism.

553

Pilocarpine, Hepatic Abscess..

5549

Piperine in Intermittent Fever.

378

[blocks in formation]

348
554
228
398
505
349
239
396
2772
368
396
436
131

7705

1

[ocr errors]

4

434
.309
.331

Scarlet Fever, Biniodide of Mercury.

Scrofula and Tuberculosis...

Scrotal Tumors.....

Secale Cornutum in Phthisical Sweats.

Sebaceous Cyst of Scalp

Sensationalism in Therapeutics.

Skin Innervation.......

Sodium Sulphate....

Sparteine Sulphate..

Specialists and Specialty in Medicine...

Spinal Apparatus, Homemade.....,

Spine, Lumbar Curve in the Several Races.

"Splitting the Cervix;" Fatal Results..

Spondylitis....

Spondylitis, Etiology and Diagnosis

Step, Length of.....

Stomach, Ulcer Perforating Heart.

Stone in Bladder, Operation

Strabismus; Advancement of Tenon's Capsule

Strabismus, Origin .....

Stricture, Urethral...

Stricture, Treatment by Electrolysis..

Strychnine and Urethan..

Strychnine in Dipsomnia....

Strychnine, Urethan as an Antidote.

Sublimate, Solubility.

Subscribers, to Our New

Subscribers, To Our Old

Suicide, Remarkable...

Surgical Dressing, a Novel Mode.

Surgical Hints...

Syphilis, Hypodermic Treatment..

Syphilis of Stomach...

Sypbilis, Tannate of Mercury

Syphilis, Therapeutics.....

Syphilitic Albuminuria..

Surgical Notes....

T

Teeth Implantation.

Tendon Jerk in Disease..

Tendon Reflex and Tabes.

Terebene in Winter Cough..

Tetany...

The Absorption of Lanolin..

Thumb etc., Short Muscles..

Thyroidectomy; Myxedema..

Thyroid Gland, Function..

Tinea Circinata.

Tinnitus Aurium..

Tissue Metabolism; Salicylate of Soda..

Toilers Along the Dead..

To New Acquaintances.

Tooth Wash, Antiseptic.

Tracheotomy Dilator..

Tracheotomy, Membranous Laryngitis.

Treatment of Acute Gonorrhea...

Tubercular Meningitis; Iodoform..

Tuberculosis and Scrofula...

Tuberculosis, Contagion....

Tuberculosis; Hyposulphate of Soda..

Tuberculosis in Children....

Tuberculosis in Lungs, Sublimate..

Tuberculosis; Skin and Mucosa..

Tuberculous Infection of Wounds.

Tube-Ovarian Abscess; Operation
Turpentine, in Digestive Ailments.

Tympanic Membrane...

Typhoid Fever..

Typhoid Fever, Bone Affections.

U

Ulcer of Stomach; Albuminate of Iron....

375

18

85

.102

46

.705
421
598

332

436
170
449
706

659

599

433

5
453
347

.635

496

.81

649

.619

19

73

CONTRIBUTORS TO VOLUME XIV.

ARMSTRONG, L. C., Taylorville, II.

Carcinoma of Breast and its Removal by Amputa-

tion......

6

ASHBY, T. A., Baltimore, MD.

The Influence of Pregnancy and Parturition upon
Cardiac Disease..

34

ASHBY, THOMAS A., Baltimore, Md.

Dilatation of the Cervical Canal, for Stenosis of:

the Internal Os, Under Cocaine..

..625

BARCLAY, ROBERT, St. Louis, Mo.

Noises in the Head and Ears..
BERNAYS, A, C., St. Louis, Mo.
Note on Cholecystotomy.

.178

Booth, D. S., Sparta, Ill.

Fractures of the Leg and Treatment.

89

CHENOWETH, W.J . Decatur, Ill.
Trephining for Insanity..

96

..231
CROOK, JAMES K , New York City.

287

A Case of Stenosis at the Mitral Cardiac Orifice

Illustrating the Advantage of Digitalis.... .566
FERRO, CLAUDE M., Tracy, Minn,
Vomiting in Pregnancy.

..176
FIEGENBAUM, E. W; Edwardsville, Ill.
Obstetrical Notes...

627
FRENCH, W. W., New York.

Case of Cut Throat Involving the Larynx... .455
FRY, FRANK R., St. Louis Mo.
The Etiology and Treatment of Chorea...

289

GUTHRIE, H. R. Sparta, III.

School Hygiene.....

119

HALL, J.J.,

Rectal Diseases in Females.

627

HALLAM, J. S.. Centralia. Ill.

A Case of Puerperal Fever..

67

HAVEN, O. E., Evanston, Ill.

Goitre Treated by Carbolic Acid..

288

HUGHES, C. H., St. Louis, Mo

Bromide of Potassium and Lotions of Etherin Sun-

Stroke..

68

LEE, ALEXANDER F., Quincy, III.

Psoas Abscess.

180

LEE, ALEXANDER F., Quincy, Ill.

Report of a Case of Pelvic Abscess..

483

LEE, ALEXANDER F., Quincy III.

Tracheotomy Without Tubes..

677

LOOMIS, A. L., New York.

The Effect of High Altitudes on Cardiac Disease....203
LOVE, I. N., St. Louis, Mo.

Artificial Alimentation and Medication.-Epider-
mic, Rectal and Vaginal.....

64
LOVE, I. N., St. Louis, Mo.
Erysipelas Complicating Parturition.....

315

LUTZ, FRANK J., St. Lou s, Mo.

Laparotomy for Penetrating Gunshot Wound of

the abdomen...

514

MARSHALL, S. W., Sparta, Ill.
Vomiting of Pregnancy.

68

MCKEE, E. S., Cincinnati, O.

Consanguinity in Marriage.

6

MCKEE. E. S. Cincinnati, O.
Five Cases of Pruritus Pudendie.

515
MITCHELL, H. C.,

Peristaltic Action of Muscular Blood Vessels, Es-

pecially in Assimilation and Digestion..
OUTTEN, W. B., St. Louis, Mo.
An Analysis of 1769 Railway Accidente......

44
PALMER, C. D., Cincinnati, O.
The Early Diagnosis of Uterine Cancer.

317

PORTER, WILLIAM, St. Louis, Mo.

Some Practical Suggestions on the Treatment of

Diphtheria.....

321

POWERS, CHARLES A., New York.

Compound Fractures.-An Abstract of Eighteen Con-
secutive Cases..

260,372
ROWE, S. B., Rolla, Mo.
Presidents Address.

177

STEELE, A. J., Charleston, Ill.

Entero Colitis...

205

THOMHSON, JEROME, Evansville, III.
Tbe Philosophy of Homeopathy.

.589
VANCE, FRANK W., Memphis, Tenn.
Our Therapeutical Inheritance..

.341

WASHBURN, T. S., Hillsboro, Ni.

Obstruction of the Bowels..

152

WETMORE, A., Waterloo, ul.
Hereditament.........

625
WILE, WM. C. Newtown, Conn.
A New Ovariotomy Trocar.

372
WILSON, J.H. Beaver, Pa.

Fracture of Skull.
WILSON, ROBERT T., Baltimore, Md.

Hysterectomy for Removal of a Fibrocystic Tumor 7
WORKMAN, JOSEPH, Toronto, Canada.

Physiological Action of Cocaine, by Senor Brignon,
Peru, (Translation)..

679

WRIGHT, H. J. B., Olney, N.

Is the Pneumatic Cabinet Practical ?........ 149

ZINKE, GUSTAV, Cincinnati, O.

Puerperul Fever and the Early Employment of An-

tiseptic Vaginal Injections...

317

...650

SELECTIONS IN VOLUME XIV.

CLOUSTON, T. s., Edinburgh, Scotland.

The Relationship of Bodily and Mental Pain........600
HEWITT, GRAILY, London, Eng.

Laceration of the Os and Cervix Uteri and the Oper-
eration of Trachelorrhaphy..

628
HUMPHRY, FREDERICK ABELL., Sussex County, Eng.
The Medical Aspect of Surgery.

542
HUTCHINSON, JONATHAN, London, Eng.

Lettsomian Lectures on Some Moot Points in the
Natural Hirtory of Syphilis..

.402, 429, 485
Otis, FESSENDEN N., New York City.

On the Early Diagnosis and Treatment of Syphilil..632

CORRESPONDENCE IN VOLUME XIV.

ANONYMUS.
Medical Notes from Vienna.

109
BARTHOLOW, ROBERTS, Philadelphia, Pa.

The Jefferson Medical College..
HEFFNER, C. W., Bellefontaine, 0.

Abscess of the Brain....

LATTA, W. S., Lincoln, Neb.

Fracture of the Skull.......

LIELL, EDWARD N., New York

A Correction...

LONDON LETTER..

138, 321, 247, 334, 361, 416, 520,

MCLEAN, JOHN, Pullmann, II.

Dr. Bartholow vs. Egypt..

MULLANE, Jos., Lyons, Ind.

IT

Malaria and Quinine in Pregnancy.

NEW YORK LETTER..........54, 109, 167, 250, 395, 390, 415, 474

SHOEMAKER, JOHN. S., Philadelphia, Pa.

Reply to Dr. Bartholow's Letter.

..53

A

SOCIETY PROCEEDINGS IN VOLUME XIV

..3010

American Dermatological Association..

American Gynecological Society.

.383, 41

American Ophthalmological Society.

. 220,

American Otological Society...

Association of American Physicians..

Baltimore Gynecological and Obstetrical Society..

50, 78. 648, 4

.11

Chicago Gynecological Society, 82, 106, 133, 164. 189, 350,

.351, 443, 465, 525, 556, 683, 610, 725

Chicago Medical Society.... 135, 160, 272, 296, 357, 467, 500,

521, 581, 692, 718

Heidelberg University Celebration.
International Medical Congress...

241, 251

Medical Press and Library Association..

26

Medico-Chirurgical Society of St. Louis.

.280, 473
Mississippi Valley Medical Association,... 27, 37, 98, 102, 210
New York State Medical A sociation

.661, 687

Obstetrical Society of Philadelphia......81, 500, 557, 616,641

Rolla District Medical Society..

181, 187

Sanitary Convention at Big Rapids, Michigcan.. 722

Southern Illinois Medical Association..

26, 307, 260

St. Louis Medical Society, 350, 379, 410, 437, 464, 498. 520.

608, 649, 660, 687, 710

....320

[merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small]
[ocr errors]

one case

THE

REPORTS ON PROGRESS.

and discussions, claims that have no founda

tion either in truth or in possibility, and that REPORT ON OBSTETRICS AND GYNE

are conclusively and finally vetoed by the COLOGY.

revelations of the dead-house, and by the BY W. L. BARRET, M. D.

examination of the

organs

removed. The

author asserts that of all of the extirpated 1. Is DiSEASE OF THE UTERINE APPEN- tubes he has examined, and he has examined DAGES AS FREQUENT AS IT HAS BEEN REPRE

a large portion of all of those removed in SENTED. – By Henry C. Coe, American Jour. New York, he has found pyo-salpinx in only nal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women.

out of five; that in a large proII. SUCCESSFUL LABOR AFTER RECOVERY portion of the cases, there was no positive FROM RUPTURE OF THE UTERUS.—North Carevidence of pathological changes of a serious olina Medical Journal, April 1886.

nature in the ovaries. III. AN UNUSUAL SEQUELA OF OVARIOT

The inference to be drawn from his obserOMY.-Medical and Surgical Reporter.

vations, is that a large proportion of the

patients operated upon were in no way beneIV. A CASE OF VAGINITIS DUE TO

fited by the operation, while some of them PRESENCE OF RED ANTS IN THE VAGINA.

were made worse. Gillette, American Journal of Obstetrics. He does not, of course, undervalue the

V. MANAGEMENT OF PLACENTA Previa. importance of Tait's operation, nor of the -Dr. Malcolm McLean, K. C. Med. Rec. removal of the ovaries, when the necessity

exists. His objection is to operations based Is DISEASE OF UTERINE APPENDAGES

on insufficient data, and he adduces evidence AS FREQUENT AS IT HAS BEEN REPRESENTED?

to show that in many instances these operaThis is the title of an interesting and in with pernicious results. We regret our space

tions have been performed needlessly and structive paper by Dr. Henry C. Coe, the

prevents extensive quotations. accomplished pathologist to the Woman's

The author says in conclusion, the followHospital, New York. It deserves a careful

ing deductions may be regarded as legitimate: perusal from all who have any interest in the

1. Ovarian disease is not as subject, and no one can read it, except with

as it has been represented; the surgeons, pleasure and profit. It is a timely and well directed protest against the unreasoning

and not the pathologists, being responsible and unreasonable resort to Tait's operation, far the prevalence of the contrary opinion. ,

. and to oophorotomy which bas raged with 2. Because an ovary is partially diseased, the virulence and indiscrimination of an epi- it does not follow either that its functions demic.

have been materially impaired, or that its The doctor also denies, with the voice of removal is imperative. authority, the brazen claims set up to preci- 3. The expression“cirrhosis” and “cystic sion in the diagnostication of these lesions, degeneration” commonly applied to the ovary that we see so often paraded in the papers

are mischievious terms, which are too often

THE

common a

case.

The pa

used in justification of unjustifiable opera- cessful labor after the recovery from ruptare tions.

of the uterus, viz., that by Dr. D. W. Moore, 4. Actual disease of the tubes is far less Milwaukee, Wis., 1881, in Transactions Wisfrequent than is generally believed. Lesser consin Medical Society, Vol. XV. p. 128. In degrees of inflammation, especially slight this case the uterus was ruptured the second “ catarrhal salpingitis,” are seldom apprecia. time, followed by recovery. ble to the pathologist, still less to the surgeon.

5. Many of the symptoms ascribed to dis- AN UNUSUAL SEQUELA OF OVARIOTOMY. eases of the uterine appendages are really due To the Clinical Society of London (March to localized peritonitis, and will not be removed 13), Mr. R. Barwell read a paper on by a removal of the appendages.

At the latter end of last October he removed 6. · The physiology of the ovaries and the left ovary of an unmarried woman, aged tubes is still imperfectly understood, their 29. The local results were perfect; but cerpathology must then remain sub judice, and tain sequela ensued which had not hitherto

, operations for their removal, on the ground been recorded, but, on questioning other sur

, of limited disease alone, must be regarded as geons, Mr. Barwell found the event not to be largely empirical. To which I would venture isolated, and notably that Dr. Keith, Mr. to add the prediction :

Thornton, Mr. Dent, Dr. Bantock and others, 7. The present enthusiasm in this country had met with a like complication. in favor of Tait's operation will not endure, tient was of fair complexion, and mobile tembecause it will eventually be discovered that perament. She came into Charing Cross Hosthe number of permanent cures is entirely out pital, and it was agreed that ovariotomy of proportion to the number of operations. should be performed. On October 28th, Mr.

Barwell removed the left ovary, first with

drawing twenty-three pints of fluid; the pediSUCCESSFUL LABOR AFTER RECOVERY FROM

cle was tied with silk, and allowed to fall RUPTURE OF THE UTERUS.

back into the abdomen. The usual mode of The remarkable case of rupture of uterus suture was employed. During the three suboccurring in the practice of Dr. D. W. Bul sequent days menstruation recurred, and some lock, of Whitaker's (North Carolina Med- hematuria was observed; it then ceased. On ical Journal, July, 1882, p. 8), will be the third day the thermometer stood for two remembered by most of our readers, but we hours at 102.4°, but with this exception she will hastily recapitulate the prominent fea. never had a temperature worthy of notice. tures : A colored multipara, 34 years

age, The deep sutures were removed after fortyhad rupture of the uterus after being in labor eight hours. The abdominal wound four hours. The head was “button-holed " healed on November 2d; there was hardly any through the uterus, as Dr. Bullock expressed tenderness in the left groin or elsewhere. The it, and a loop of intestine was prolapsed patient, who was naturally very docile and through the vagina. There was nothing amenable, showed, on November 3rd, a conwanting to show the correctness of the diag. tradictory and aggressive temper; on the 5th nosis. The woman made a good recovery in (eighth day of operation) this bad developed about seven weeks. We are now able to into insanity. On November 7th she had be. record the fact that this patient was recently come so violent that she had to be secured, safely delivered of a living child, and made a and this could only be effected by giving a a good recovery.

little chloroform. A subcutaneous injection Cases are on record of the safe delivery of four minims of solution of morphia only after Cesarean section, but after a consider calmed her for three hours. On the 21st, able hunt we found only one case of a suc- with various phases of comparative violence

of

was

« ForrigeFortsæt »