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Orbital Mucocele, Endonasal Treatment of,
Axenfeld-101, Nov. 16.
Photometer, A, for use of School Doctors, N.
B. Harman-66, Nov. 4.
Retina, Probable Cyst of, G. S. Derby-27,
Laryngeal Polypus, Removal of Under Guid-
ance of Pharyngoscope, O. Glogau—185, Oct.
Larynx, Discussion on Treatment of Tuber-
culosis of, Grant and others-156, Nov.
Nasal Accessory Sinuses-75, Nov.
Salvarsan in Eye Diseases, Dolganoff-57,
Salvarsan, I yrs' Experience with, 230 Injec-
tions with Special Reference to Eye and Ear,
B. C. Corbus-202, Nov. 18.
Sclerotomy, Herbert's, Conjunctival Incisions
in, N. B. Harman-249, Nov.
Silver, Protest against Indiscriminate Use of
Organic Compounds of in Ophthalmic Prac-
tice, S. Theobald-70, Nov.
Squint, Convergent, and Heterophoria, Etiol-
ogy, Diagnosis and Treatment of, C. Worth
-66, Nov. 4.
Strabismus, Divergent, with Divergence in
Excess as its Essential Muscular Anomaly,
H. W. Wooton-27, Oct.
Tarsitis, Syphilitic, Case Treated with Salvar-
san, A. C. Sautter-27, Oct.
Trachoma, M. V. Safford-202, Nov. II.
Trachoma Bodies, Present Position of the
Question Regarding, R. Greef-249, Nov.
Trachoma Bodies, Relation of to Conjunctival
Affections, Noguchi and Cohen-41, Nov.
Tuberculin and the Eye, Krusius-101, Nov.
Mastoiditis, Atypical, E. B. Dench—141, Nov.
Middle-ear and Mastoid, Case of Primary Sar-
coma of, Operation; Recovery, G. L. Tobey,
Jr.-61, Nov. 9.
Radiography in Oto-laryngology, J. C. Beck-
Vestibular Paralysis, Vertigo of, P. D. Kerri-
Nasal Accessory Sinuses, Acute and Chronic
Suppuration of, H. Tilley-184, Oct. 28.
Nasal Lotion, Remarks on a, W. Glegg-261,
Nasal Septum, Deviations of and Submucous
Resection, 100 Cases, J. W. Wood-66, Oct.
Nasal Septum, Submucous Resection of, C. J.
Nasal Septum, Submucous Resection of, Indi-
cations and Contra Indications; Technic, H.
Naso-pharyngeal Walls, Obscure Malignant
Tumors of, W. Trotter-66, Oct. 28.
Nose and Throat, 3 New Plastic Operations
on, J. E. MacKenty-202, Nov. 25.
Gas Bacillus, Infection with in Coal Mines,
Klotz and Holman-155, Nov.
Illuminating Gas, Relation of to Public Health,
Sedgwick and Schneider-155, Nov.
Mankato Typhoid Fever Epidemic of 1908,
Bracken, Bass and others-155, Nov.
Medical Inspection of Schools, Report of Com-
mittee on-147, Nov. 25.
Mental Inspection in Schools, S. J. Steward—
60, lvii, 239.
Open-air. Rooms and Hospital Schools, Bad-
ger and Hawes-61, Nov. 23.
Physical Examination of School Children, Re-
port of Committee on Administration
Methods of-147, Nov. 25.
Plague, Spread of, C. J. Martin-66, Nov. II.
Poliomyelitis, Epidemiology of, F. E. Batten
-62, xxxiv, I.
Prevention of Most Common Diseases, Duty
of Our Profession and the Public in, J. B.
Sanitation of Villages and Small Towns, with
Ameboid Movements in Macrocytes and Me-
galoblasts, Morris and Thayer-40, Nov.
Anaphylaxis, J. H. Barach-39, Oct.
Anaphylaxis, Acute, Salvarsan and, J. Auer
Anaphylaxis, Discussion on, W. d'Este Emery
-66, Nov. 4.
Anaphylaxis, Lethal Cardiac in the Rabbit, iv,
J. Auer-151, Nov.
B. Coli, Pathogenic Effect of, H. D. Rolles-
ton-66, Nov. 4.
B. Coli, Varities of Associated with the House
Fly, W. Nicoll-152, xi, 3.
B. Coli Communis, Interpretation of Tests for,
Copeland and Hoover-155, Nov.
B. Diphtheriae, Variations in Virulence of
Different Strains of, J. A. Arkwright-152,
Bacterial Anaphylatoxin and Toxic Bacterial
Extracts, Origin of, Dold-57, Nov. 6.
Beri-beri, Experiments into Causation of,
Cooper and Fink-184, Nov. 4.
Bile Salts, Anti-bacterial action of, S. L.
Cummins-152, xi, 3.
BACTERIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY
Suicide from Cut-throat and Drowning, D. J.
Tuberculosis, Pulmonary, Causes of Prev-
alence of in South-east China, G. D. Whyte-
Typhoid Fever Epidemic, The Englewood,
Observations on, A. G. Bosler-136, Nov.
Vacuum Cleaners, Cleaning Efficiency and
Sanitary Value of, Frost and Armstrong-
Venereal Diseases Among Soldiers and Sail-
ors, What are the best Measures to Dimin-
ish and along what lines should we seek
the Coöperation of Federal, State and Mu-
nicipal Authorities? E. B. Vedder-215,
Cell Ferments, Oxydizing, Gierke-227, Oct.
Choroid Glands of Cerebral Ventricles, Func-
tion of and Its Relation to Toxicity of
Cerebrospinal Fluid, S. P. Kramer—62, xxx,
Coagulation time of Blood as Affected by
Various Conditions, (Cont.) M. Solis-
Complement Fixation Test in Lues, Further
Observations on, C. F. Craig-155, Nov.
Creatin and Creatinin in Animal Metabolism,
T. A. Wallace-66, Oct. 28.
Cultivation of Tissues in Vitro as a Method
for Study of Cytotoxins, Lambert and Hanes
Dysentery Organisms, Action of Nitrates and
Nitrites of, Killed by Various Processes
and of Filtrates from Fluid Cultures, W. J.
Logie-152, xi, 3.
Fever after Intravenous, Injections, Heubner
-227, Nov. 14.
Feces, Source of Error in Test for Occult
Blood in, W. A. Newbold-147, Nov. 4.
Fever, Origin and Significance of, Rolly-101,
Hematoporphyrinuria, L. B. Sachs-39, Oct.
Hormonal Action, Knowledge of, Dittler and
Mohr-227, Nov. 14.
Hormones and Their Possible Practical Value,
Jacoby-101, Nov. 16.
Hypernephromas, Malignant, Absence of Ad-
renalin in, C. Brooks-151, Nov.
Immunity, a New Conception of, C. C. Bass
-147, Nov. 4.