The American Practitioner, Volumes 13-14

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412 McCormack makes resolution at KMA to endorse AAMC on preliminary education and 3 year terms. Wathen on behalf of Louisville medical schools, seconds it.
30 McCormack tells county health boards to enforce medical practice act
Bodine starts Southern Medical College Association

Contents

Jaundice
57
Ectopic Pregnancy Five Cases
58
Professional Standard A Higher
59
Alopecia Areata The Treatment of 84 Cantharidin Therapeutic Effects of 21
60
Ergot as a Hemostatic in Urine Hemorrhage
79
Essential Paroxysmal Tachycardia Treat
88
Keeley Cure Psychologic
92
American Medical Association A Lesson for CerebroSpinal Sclerosis and the Acute Spe
97
A Substitute for Iodoform 376
100
Exophthalmic Goitre Ptomaines in the Urine
106
Extracts of Animal Tissues The Therapeutic
113
Addisons Disease The Pathology of
118
Fetid Perspiring Feet
119
Prostitution To Reduce the Evils
120
American Medical Association The 409 Cheatham W M D
127
Army and Navy Medical Intelligence 128 Concussion of the Spinal Cord Two Cases of 406
133
Aitkin Charles W M D
135
MethylBlue by W F Boggess M D
136
Riibies The Prevention
147
Artificial Neurasthenia
150
Balneology The Journal
160
Thyroid Grafting in Myxedema
179
Fluid with Meals On Taking
183
Barrow David M D
186
Tomatoes and Cancer
191
J M D
192
Tonsillitis Calcium Sulphide
214
Flying Membrane in Man The Socalled 254
215
Alcoholism Increasing among American
217
Double Synchronous Amputation by R Craig
219
Microbe The Deadly
227
Benzol
228
Drake J W M D
235
Drinking Water The Dangers
251
Ray J Morrison M D
257
Dupuytrens Finger Contraction by Steele
265
Dysentery Ice
280
Kentucky State Medical Society 285 288 335
285
Reviews and Bibliography 20 133 174 210 Tomato the Apple of Longevity The 191
286
Fraenkels Pneumococcus in Suppuration Proc
287
Scapula The Excision
309
London Letter 43 103 177 240 313 368
313
Edema of the Lungs in Acute Pneumonia 444
316
Torsion of Arteries On
319
Sciatica Suggestions Respecting
343
Alkaloidal Poisons on Leucocytes Action of
344
Sexual Perversion
350
Eminent Foreign Medical Men Deaths of 31
352
Alumni Address by T C Evans M D 4
353
Long Wm H Surgeon of the U S Marine
356
Medical and Surgical Society of Baltimore 28 41
28
Medicine Dangerous Dabbling with
62
A New Form of Epidemic 74 Typhoid Fever Mercury
76
Medicines The Use and Abuse of by
78
Gold Cure Abroad
93
American Public Health Association
94
Obesity The Dietetic Treatment of 413 Smoking Opium
96
Blood in Disease Researches in the 242 Diphtheria by J W Williams M D 163
120
Paper Money and Bacteria
121
Gold Cure Specific
125
Anesthesia from Ether On by James
129
Anesthetics The Administration
147
Grady Hospital at Atlanta
152
Paroxysmal Tachycardia
153
Society Cincinnati Obstetrical 313 Typhus Fever Etiology and Nature of 213
155
Tubal Gestation and Oophoritis
160
Greenley T B M D 163 321 353 385 417
163
Society MedicoChirurgical of Louisville 19 Typhoid Fever Treated by Yeast
164
Patton Joseph M M D
167
Microcephalus Linear Craniectomy for 189
172
Berlin Cholera Regulations
175
Tuberculosis Injections of Testicle Juice in 179
179
Burns
181
Paupers Pipe
192
Mitchell District Medical Society
199
Phenocoll Hydrochloride
214
French Laws Regarding Professional Secresy 32
225
Society Louisville Surgical
236
Glanders in Great Britain The Prevalence of 252
252
Twenty five Cases of Extirpation of
262
Societies The State
278
Typhoid Fever Its Etiology Pathology
289
Mouth Disinfection of
291
Typhoid Fever Its Etiology Pathology
295
Typhus Fever in New York
301
Cancer Injection of Testicle Juice in 310
310
Phthisis A New Treatment
311
Some Answers of Student
328
Kidney Disease of the by Joseph M Patton
353
Special Notices 32 96 128 192 224 256 384 416
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Placenta Previa On the Treatment of 410 Inhalation
409
Injections of Ammonia Citrate of Iron
417
Pregnancy Vomiting
443
Presidents Message and Immigration
Parasitical Plants on their Hosts The Action
Pneumonia in Diabetics Treatment
Intubation in 189091
Spermatorrhea Monobromide of Camphor for 247 Vance Ap Morgan M D
Disinfected Chirurgical Leather or Artificial

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