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LEJAR, FELIX, M.D.
LORD, S. A., M.D.
LUND, F. B., M.D.
MACKENZIE, J. N., M.D.
MACLEOD, COL. K., M.D. (RET. I. M. S.).
MARCY, H. O., M.D.
MARX, S., M.D.
MAYLARD, A. E., M.D.
McCOLLOM, J. H., M.D.
MEAD, J. A., M.D.
MEEK, EDITH R., M.D.
MEMMINGER, ALLARD, M.D.
MEYER, ALFRED, M.D.
MILLER, E. F., PROF.
MILLS, CHAS. K., M.D.
MOOREHOUSE, GEO. W., M.D.
MORROW, P. A., M.D.
MORSE, H. L., M.D.
MOYER, H. N., M.D.
MUNRO, JOHN C., M.D.
MUSSER, J. H., M.D.
OGDEN, J. B., M.D.
PAUL, W. E., M.D.
PEGRAM, J. C., M.D.
POMEROY, H. S., M.D.
PORTER, C. A., M.D.
PORTER, C. B., M.D.
PORTER, P. B., M.D.
PORTER, WM. H., M.D.
POWERS, C. A., M.D.
PRINCE, MORTON, M.D.
PRYOR, WM. P., M.D.
PUTNAM, J. J., M.D.
READ, C. A. L., M.D.
REYNOLDS, EDWARD, M.D.
RICHARDS, G. L., M.D.
RICHARDSON, C., ESQ.
RICHARDSON, MAURICE H., M.D.
ROBSON, MAYO, PROF., M.D.
ROTCH, T. M., M.D.
RYDER, G., M.D.
SACHS, B., M.D.
SANDERSON, GEO. A., ESQ.
SCUDDER, C. L., M.D.
SEARS, GEO. G., M.D.
SHATTUCK, F. C., M.D.

SHATTUCK, GEO. B., M.D.
SHEPHERD, F. J., M.D.
SMITH, G. C., M.D.
SMITH, THEOBALD, M.D.
SMITH, WM. H., M.D.
SMITH-PYE, P. H., M.D., F.R.C.P.
SMITHWICK, M. P., M.D.
STANDISH, MYLES, A.B.
STEDMAN, C. E., M.D.
STEDMAN, HENRY R., M.D.
STEVENS, E. H., M.D.
STINSON, J. C., M.D., C.M.
STONE, A. K., M.D.
STONE, J. S., M.D.
STOREK, MALCOLM, M.D.
SWAN, W. H., M.D.
TAYLOR, E. W., M.D.
THOMAS, J. J., M.D.
THORNDIKE, PAUL, M.D.
THURBER, M. P., M.D.
TOBIE, W. E., M.D.
TOWNSEND, CHAS. W., M.D.
TRACY, E. A., M.D.
TREVES, FREDERICK, F.R.C.S.
VICKERY, H. F., M.D.
VIETOR, AGNES C., M.D.
VULPIUS, OSCAR, M.D.
WAINWRIGHT, J. W., M.D.
WALTON, W. J., M.D.
WARREN, J. C., M.D., LL.D.
WATSON, F. S., M.D.
WATTS, H. F. R., M.D.
WELCH, WM. H., M.D., LL.D.
WHITE, JAMES C., M.D.
WHITESIDE, G. S., M.D.
WHITNEY, W. F., M.D.
WILCOX, T. E., SURG. MAJ., U. S. A.
WILLIAMS, C. H., M.D.
WILLIAMS, F. H., M.D.
WILLIAMS, HAROLD, M.D.
WINSLOW, KENELM, M.D.
WORCESTER, ALFRED, M.D.
WORCESTER, WM. L., M.D.
WRIGHT, J. H., M D.
YOUNG, E. B., M.D.

INDEX TO VOLUME CXLIII.

Abbott, S. W. The coroner system in the United States at the their significance in general medicine, 662; Gardner, C. F., the care
close of the nineteenth century, 418.

of the consumptive, 664; Gould, G. M., the student's medical dic-
Abdomen. Remarks upon obscure non-traumatic tumors of the tionary, 588; Grassi, B., la malaria propagata exclusivamente da

jower abdomen suddenly appearing whore none had previously peculiari zanzare, 460; Green, T. H., pathology and morbid anat-
been detected, Richa dsou, M. H., 333, 345; a case of inflamed omy, 612; Grimwald, L., a treatise on nasal suppuration or sup-
peritoneal cyst simulating ovarian cyst with twisted pedicle, purative diseases of the nose and its accessory sinuses, 483; Halli-
Vietor, A. E., 339, 346; patient after thoracoplasty for sarcoma, burton, W. D., Kirkes' bandbook of physiology, 482; Hedley, W.S.,
probably of the diaphragmatic pleura, Munro, J. Č., 314; patient therapeutic electricity and practical muscle testing, 168; Heissler,
after pyloroplasty, Munro, J. O., 344; vaginal versus abdominal J. C., Heissler's embryology, 378; Hemmoter, J. C., diseases of the
hysterectomy, Walker, H. O., 607.

stomach, their special pathology, diagnosis and treatment, with
Accidents of summer, 95.

sections on anatomy, physiology, chemical and microscopical ex-
Achard, c. The diagnosis of renal insufficienoy, 239.

aminations of stomach contents, dietetics, surgery of the stomach,
Achlorhydria, its effects and their treatment, Howes, H. F., 447, etc., 94; Hillier, A., tuberculosis, its nature, prevention and treat-
452.

ment, 143; His, w., handatlas der anatomie des menschen, 611;
Actinomycosis. Porter, C. A., 251, 263; four cases of actinomyco. Howard, L. O., notes on the mosquitoes of the United States, 460;
sis, Munro, J. C., 255, 263.

Hyde, j. N., syphilis and the venereal diseases, 484; Ingalls, E.
Adiposis Dolorosa. Autopsy of a case of adiposis dolorosa, with F., diseases of the chost, throat, and nasal cavities, 484; inter-
microscopical examination, Dercum, F. X., 295.

national medical annual synoptical index to remedies and diseases,
Africa. British medical arrangements in South Africa, 69; condi- 68; Jardine, R., practical textbook of midwifery for nurses and
tions in South Africa, Doyle, A. C., 99.

students, 120; Kayser, R., anleitung zur diagnose und therapie der
Age. Old age as a cause of death, 46.

kehlkopf-, nasen- und ohrenkrankheiten, vorlesungen gehalten in
Allen. An unusual form of tumor of the scalp, 10.

fortbildungscursen für practische aerzte, 611; King, A. F. A., a
Allen, C. W. Two cases of rhinoscleroma, 10.

manual of obstetrics, 120; Kleen, E., diabetes mellitus and glyco-
Altitude. The hygiene of high altitudes, 223.

suria, 67; Korschelt, E., and Heider, K., embryology and inverte-
Ambler, C. P. Pulmonary tuberculosis, present condition of cases brates, 351; Lee, A. B., the microtomist's vade-inecum, 327; Leroy,

treated during 1898 and reported last year at the Columbus meet- L., Saunders' question compends, 508; Lester, J. C., and Gomez,
ing, 15.

v., ear records, 432; Letchworth, W. P., care and treatment of epi-
Anders, J. M. Diagnosis and treatment of prebacillary stage of leplics, 94; Levy, E., and Klemperor, F., elements of clinical bac-
pulinonary tuberculosis, 15.

teriology, 508; Lloyd, J. U., Stringtown on the pike, 641; Lutaud,
Anesthesia. Anesthesia by subarachnoid injections of cocaine in A, manuel complet de gynécologie médicale et chirurgicale, 44;

the lumbar region, Severeanu, 325; bronchial diseases not invari. Macpherson, J., mental atfections, 485; Martin and Rockwell's
ably a contraindication for ether anesthesia in abdominal surgery, chemistry and physics, 351; May, C. H., manual of the diseases of
Reamy, T. A., 376; intradural injections of cocaine for surgical the eye, 432; McFarland, J., a textbook upon the pathogenic bac.
anesthesia, 509; spinal anesthesia, 636; the neurophysiological teria, 563; Medical News visiting list for 1901, 611; Moody, S. E.,
aspect of the subject, Corning, J. L., 636; spinal analgesia in gen- essentials of medical and clinical chemistry with laboratory exer-
eral surgery, Fowler, G. R., 636; obstetrical and gynecological cises, 460; Nancrede, C. B., lectures upon the principles of surgery,
aspect of the subject, Marx, S., 637; intraspinal cocainization irom 327; Newman, G., bacteria, 193; Nichols, J. B., and Vale, F. P.,
the anesthetist's standpoint, Goldan, S. O., 638.

histology and pathology, 378; Norris, W. E., and Oliver, C. A.
Angell, E. B. Imperative ideas in the sane and their manage- system of diseases of the eye, 43; Notier, J. L., and Horrocks, W.
ment, 265.

H., the theory and practice of hygiene, 561; O'Brien, H.J., medi-
Animals. Report of the committee on animal diseases and animal cal and surgical nursing, 460; Paget, S., experiinents on animals,
food, Salmon, V. E., 587.

564; Pantaloni, J., chirurgie du foie et des voies biliaires, 663; Park,
Annus Medicus, 661.

R, a treatise on surgery by American authors, 144; Pick, T. P.,
Arizona. The climatology of Arizona, Duffield, W., 17.

surgery, 327; Potts, c. s., nervous and mental diseases, 19; 'Powell,
Army. The so-called poisoned bullet," Makins, G. H., 246; the W. M., Saunders' pocket medical formulary, 588; Robinson, B.,

annual report of the Surgeon-General of the Ariny, 434; gunshot colpoperineorrhapby, and the structures involved, 378; Salinari, s.,
injuries by the rifles of reduced calibre, La Garde, L. A., 439; le lesioni trauniatiche dei centri nervosi, 18; Salinger, J. L.,
suicide and homicide, U. S. Army, 18 8-1*97, 1898 and 1899, 540; the modern medicine, 612; Saunders' question compends, 193, 326;
army bill and the Medical Department, 643.

Schaeffer, O., atlas and epitome of gynecology, 243; Schede, M.,
Arsenic in manufactures, 413.

congenital dislocation of the hip, 44; Scott, L., the clinical exami-
Austin, A. E. A new test meal, 467.

nation of urine with an atlas of urinary deposits, 460; Scudder, C.
Autopsies and physical examinations, Harris, R. O., 420.

L., and Cotton, F. J., the treatment of fractures, 326; Shurly, E.
Babinski phenomenon, 329.

L., a treatise on diseases of the nose and throat, 483; Simon, C. E.,
Bacillus. Morbid conditions caused by bacillus aërogenes capsu- a manual of clinical diagnosis by microscopical and chemical
latus, Welch, W. H., 73.

inethods, 94; Smith, E. N., paralytic deformities of the lower
Baker, c. 8. Christian pseudoscience and psychiatry, 265.

extremities, 14; Smith, F. J., introductions to the outlines of the
Barbers. The spreading of disease in barber shops, Watts, H. F. principles of differential diagnosis, with clinical memoranda, 43;
R., 148.

Spalteboliz, W., band atlas of human anatomy, 611; Stedman, T.
Barker, L. F. The anatomicocytological relationship of the L., twentieth century practice, 484; Steel, G., the physical signs of
neuron to disease of the nervous system, 297.

pulmonary disease, 663; Stengel, A., a textbook of pathology, 563;
Baruch, s: Hydrotherapy in pneumonia, 389.

Summers, J. E., the medern treatment of wounds, 144; Taylor, R.
Basch. Pulmonary edema, 241.

W., a practical treatise on genito-urinary and venereal diseases aud
Bellevue Hospital. The proposed change in the control and man- syphilis, 662; Tbompsun, W. G., a textbook of practical medicine,
agement of Bellevue Hospital, 613.

578; Tuttle, G. M., diseases of children, 19; Warner, F., the nervous
Benedict, A. L. Ethnology and archeology at the Pan-American system of the child, its growth and health in education, 19; Warren,
Exposition, 72.

J. C., surgical pathology and therapeutics, 243; Wartbin, A. S.,
Bergmann, E., von. Progress in the treatment of fractures since a blank book for autopsy protocols, 193; Wells, W. H., quiz com-
the introduction of the Röntgen rays, 271.

pends, 327; Wilson, G. R., clinical studies in vice and in insanity,
Beri.Beri. The etiology of beri-beri, 565.

664.
Bias in clinical medicine, Bury, J. S.,512.

Bichat, X. The strange adventures of an anatomist's head, 616.
Bibliography. Baker, W.M., and Harris, V.D., Kirkes' handbook Biography. Acland, #. W. D., 464; Acton, R., Jr., 570; Arcularius,

of physiology, 481; Ballenger, W. L., eye, ear, nose and throat, 611; A., 48; Ashurst, J., Jr., 71; Bartlett, B. W., 276; Beil, W. H., 466;
Böbm, A. A., and von Davidot, M., a textbook of histology, 661; Bigelow, H. J., 485; Booth, F., 223; Brown, J. M., 304; Browning,
Boston City Hospital, anuual report, 411; Bracken, H. M., disinfec- W. W., 381; Burns, J. F., 172; Chenery, E., 148; Curley, P. F., 646;
tion and disinfectants, 564; Bryant, J. D., operative surgery, 377; Curry, J. H., 356; Cutler, J. L., 438; Cutter, E. J., 489; Da Costa, J.
Batlin, H. T., and Spence, W.G., diseases of the tongue, 663; Bux- M., 303, 380; DeMund, F. C., 570; Edwards, T. P., 48; Elliott, G. H.,
ton, D. W., anesthetics, their uses and administration, 271; Cabot, 674; Eveleth, P., 21; Forrest, R. F., 332; Fruit nignt, J. H., 671;
R. C., physical diagnosis of diseases of the chest, 610; Cheyne, W. Gould, L. M., 381; Graves, F. W., 331; Hanks, H. T., 570; Hornbeek,
W., a manual of surgical treatment, 243; Collins, J., the treatment S. E. D., 384; Kidder, M. W., 196; Larkin, W. R., 438; Lincoln, R.
of diseases of the nervous system, 18; Cooke, J. B., a manual P., 592; McGuire, H. H., 332: Milbury, F. S., 248; Munn, W., 384;
of obstetrical technique as applied to privato practice, 119; Coplin, Noyes, H. D., 541,

615; Purple, S. S., 354; Robbins, J. H., 224, 248;
W. M. L., manual of pathology, including bacteriology, 563; Deaver, Ryan, J. F., 248; Sayre, L. A., 331, 510; Sibley, W. A., 490; Skene,
J. B., a treatise on appendicitis, 327; surgical anatomy, 562; Dor- A. J. C., 47; Smith, F., 414; Squibb, E. R., 466, 488; Stillé, A., 332;
land, 'W. A. N., the American illustrated dictionary, 041; Duane's Stokes, w., 196; Sullivan, J. L., 276; Taft, C. S., 674; Turnbull, L.,
medical dictionary, 378; Dunbam, E. K., normal biste.logy, 168; 465; Ward, W. S., 276; Waterman, W. B., 223; White, M. C., 463;
Dürck, H., atlas and epitome of spocial pathological his ology, 68; Zabriskie, W. A., 190.
Eckley, W. T., and Eckley, C. D., practical anatomy, 304; Egbert, Bishop, L. F. A clinical study of myocarditis, 14.
S, a manual of hygiene and sanitation, 612; Einhorn, M., diseases Blackader, A. D. Enteric fever in childhood, 458.
of the intestines, 94; Fenwick, E. H., ulceration of the bladder, Blake, J. B. Colostomy for obstruction due to malignant disease, 6;
simple, tuberculous and malignant, 640; French, E. C., food for the results of operations on varicose veins, 598.
the sick and how to prepare it, with a chapter on food for the Bloch, 0. The ireatment of infected wounds, 299.
baby, 94; Friedrich, E. P., rhinology, laryngology and otology, and Boland, E. S. Immediate repair of perineal tears, 185, 189.

Bottomley, J. T. The operative treatment of tuberculous perito thoracic insertion of the rectus abdominis, Voïnitch-Sianojentzky,
nitis, 617.

A., 325; case of patent foramen ovale in advanced life, Worcester,
Bowditch, V. Y. Effects of dust upon the lungs, 108, 116.

W. L.,' 312; suppurative pericarditis and its surgical treatment,
Bowen, J. T. Bullous dermatitis (dermatitis herpetiformis) in Porter, C. B., 385; physiological dilatation and the mitral sphincter
children, 7; report on dermatology, 314.

as factors in functional and organic disturbances of the heart,
Bracken, H. H. Report of the committee on national leper Prince, M., 423; congenital cardiac malformation with endocardi-
home, 586.

tis and anuria, Cotton, A. C., 432; pericarditis with effusion, Sears,
Bradford, E. H. Congenital dislocation of the hip joint, 415. G. G., 595, 605; the results of operations on varicose veins, Blake,
Bradford, E. H,, and Cotton, F. J. Treatment of Pott's disease J. B., 598; leucocyte count in gerous pleurisy, Morse, H, L., 605.
after the development of the deformity, 277.

Clark, J. P. Cyst of the vocal cord, 556.
Breast. Results of the operative treatment of cancer of the breast, Climate. The climatology of Arizona, Duffield, W., 17.

Gage, H., 203; irritable breasts, or chronic lobular mastitis, Cabot, Cocainism, Crothers, T. W., 454.
R.O., 535, 557.

Codman, E. A. A study of the x-ray plates of one hundred and
Briggs, F. M. A case of contracting scar of the palm of the band forty cases of fracture of the lower end of the radius, 305, 318.
remedied by a flap from the abdomen, 422.

Coleman, W. Kirkes' physiology, a reply, 541.
Bronson, E. B. Malignant diseases of the skin, their classification Collins, J. Clinical study of the reflexes, 295.
and clinical features, 9.

Corlett, W. T. The prevalence of parasitic diseases of the skin
Brooks, W. A., Jr. Removal of the greater part of stomach for and measures necessary to limit their spread, 8.

carcinoma, closure of the pyloricond, anastomosis between jejunum Corning, J. L. The neurophysiological aspect of spinal anesthesia,
and cardiac end, recovery. 424.

636.
Brown, F. T. The best method for obtaining urine direct from Coroners. The coroner system in the United States at the close of
the ureters for diagnostic purposes, 346.

the nineteenth century, Abbott, S. W., 418.
Brown, T. B. The agglutination by the patient's serum of the Cotton, A. C. Congenital cardiac malformation with endocarditis

bacteria found in cystitis and pyelitis, with a consideratiou of the and anuria, 432.
pleomorphism of the bacteria found in ese infections, especially Cotton, F. J. Recurrent luxation of the ulnar nerve, 111; subperi-
as regards chromogenic properties of the staphylococci, 473.

osteal fractures, 553, 558.
Bryce, P. H. Address before American Public Health Association, Councilman, w.T. Address before the Harvard Medical Alumni
561.

Association, 38.
Bryson, J. P. Chronic unilateral pyelonephritis and its pathogenic Courtney, J. W. A case of morbid fear, 5.

relation to disease of the opposite kidney, 320; the differential Cremation. Another argument for cremation, 301.
diagnosis of circumscribed lesions of the upper, middle and lower Crothers, T. D. Cocainism, 451; curability of inebriety by medical
parts of the ureter, 348.

treatment, 610.
Buck, A. W. Criminal neglect, report of a case, 502, 608.

Cumston, C. G. General remarks on the pathology and symptom-
Bullet. The so-called. poisoned bullet,” Makins, G. H., 246.

atology of acute pelvic suppurative processes in the female and
Burke, W. E. A prolific woman, 100.

their treatment by posterior colpotomy, 51,59; calcium hydrosul.
Burr, C. W. A case of multiple sclerosis with autopsy, 298.

phate paste as a surgical epilatory, 275; neoplasms of the thyroid
Barrage, W. L. Tbe remote results of conservative operations on gland, 651, 664.
the ovaries and tubes, 374; a modification of the old Sims needle Cushing, E. W, Hysterectomy for myoma in America, 183, 191.
forceps, 604.

Cutaneous System. Address before the American Dermatological
Burrell, H. L. Address before the Suffolk District Medical Association, Stelwagon, H. W., 7; two cases of persistent exfolia-
Society, 536.

tion of the lips, Stelwagon, A.W.,8; bullous dermatitis (dermatitis
Burrell, H. L., and Cushing, H. W. Report on progress in herpetiformis) in children, Bowen, J. T., 7; loss of hair, Jackson,
surgery, 139, 161, 187, 209.

G. T., 7; an unusual phenomenon of syphilis, othematoma, Zeisler,
Burt, s. s. Purpura hemorrhagica, or morbus maculosus of Werl. J., 7; a case of Brocq's erythrodermie pityriasique en plaques
hof, 441.

disseminées, White, J. C., 8; tbe prophylaxis and control of
Bury, J. S. Bias in clinical medicine, 512.

leprosy in this country. Morrow, P. A., 8; the prevalence of para-
Cabot, A. T. Some observations upon hydronephrosis, 321; address sitic diseases of the skin and measures necessary to limit their
before the Suffolk District Medical Society, 531.

spread, Corlett, W. T,8; the etiology and pathology of cutaneous
Cabot, R. C. Irritable breasts, or chronic lobular mastitis, 555, cancer, Ravogli, A., 8; malignant diseases of the skin; their classi-
557.

fication and clinical features, Bronson, E. B., 9; etiology and
Cæsarean Section. A case of Cæsarean section, Kittredge, J., 35; pathology, Hartzell, M. B.,9; treatment, Shepherd, F. J., 9; a case

the treatment of placenta previa by Cæsarean section, with report of nevus cancer, metastasis, operation, cure. Pollitzer, 10; syphili.
of a successful case, Donoghue, F.D., 571, 582.

tic lesions of the " wheal" type, Klotz, H. G., 10; endothelioma of
Caille, A. Clinical observations upon the operative treatment of the skin developing in the scar tissue of lupus vulgaris, angiosar-

tuberculous peritonitis, 430; sudden death from perforation of coma of the skin, Fordyce, J. A., 10; two cases of rhinoscleroma,
trachea and bursting of caseous gland, 432.

Allen, C. W., 10; an unusual form of tumor of the scalp, Allen, C.
Cancer. A review of recent studies on the nature and origin of W., 10; a case of xanthoma tuberculatum diabeticorum, showing

cancer, Warren, J. C., 25; the early diagnosis of laryngeal cancer rapid disappearance of lesions under antidiabetic regimen and
and the treatment, Mackenzie, J. N., 61; statistics relating to the treatment, Sherwell, S., and Johnston, J. C., 11; blastomycetic
treatment of cancer by the ditferent methods, Delavan, D. B., dermatitis and its relation to yaws, Dyer, I., 11; cutaneous diseases
65; results of the operative treatment of cancer of the breast, accompanying diabetes, Hartzell, M, B., 16; method of staining
Gage, H., 203; surgery of cancer, Faure, J. L., 325; cancer of the the elastic tibres of the skin, Meek, E. R., 23; the Finsen treatment
cheek, Morestin, M., 326.

of lupus, 171; notes on dermatitis venenata, Harding, G. F., 227;
Car Sanitation. Woodbridge, S. H., 559.

report on dermatology, Bowen, J. T., 314; unusual prevalence of
Ceccherelli, A. Surgery of the pancreas, 267.

impetigo contagiosa, White, J. C., 645.
Celluloid as material for flat foot supports, Freiberg, A. H., 471. Cutler, E. G. Joseph W. Eugland's fat-free tincture of digitalis,
Chadwick, J. R. Address before the Harvard Medical Alumni

283, 293.
Association, 42.

Davenport, F. H. The use of the angiotribe, 4, 11; the mortality
Chairs. The injurious effects of improperly constructed school of hysterectomy for fibroids, 181, 190; intra-abdominal amputation

chairs, Stone, J. S., 206, 212; a chair devised to meet the anatomi. of the uterus; a modification of hysterectomy, 375.
cal requirements, Miller, E. F., 212.

Davis, E. P. The treatment of hydrocephalus by craniectomy, 431;
Championniere, L. Massage and movement in the treatment of treatment of the patient during the weeks preceding the expected
fractures, 217.

confinement, 454.
Cheever, D. W. Address before the Harvard Medical Alumni Davis, L. Statistics of operative treatment of thyroid tumors, 649,

Association, 36; address before the Suffolk District Medical So 661.
ciety, 533.

De Blois, T. A. Fractures of the nose, 63.
Chemistry. Report upon physiological chemistry, Hewes, H. F., Delavan, D. B. Statistics relating to the treatment of cancer by
234.

the different methods, 65.
Children. Acute dilatation of the heart in influenza of children, Denny, F. P. Diphtheria bacilli in healthy throats and uoses, with

Forchheimer, F., 135; the ambulatory and hospital management of report of cases, 515.
the gastro-intestinal derangements of infancy in the summer Dercum, F. X. Autopsy of a case of adiposis dolorosa, with micro-
months among the poor of large cities, Koplik, H., 429; intestinal scopical examination, 295.
obstruction through a loop formed by Meckel's diverticulum with Diabetes. Diagnosis of diabetes, Herrick, J. B., 16; mortality from
ligamentous attachment, Snow, I. M., 429; pancreatic digestion of diabetes mellitus in the city of New York during the decade 1889-
casein, Rachford, B. H., 430; clinical observations upon the opera 99, Stern, H., 16; cutaneous diseases accompanying diabetes, Hart-
tive treatment of tuberculous peritonitis, Caille, A. 430; the treat zell, M. B., 16.
ment of hydrocephalus by craniectomy, Davis, E. P., 431; nephritis Digestive system. Colostomy for obstruction due to malignant
of influenza in children, Freeman, R. G., 431; congenital cardiac disease, Blake, J. B., 6; purgation with opium, Wainwright, J. W.,
malformation with endocarditis and apuria, Cotton, A. C., 432; 160; a case of volvulus complicated by peritonitis; operation; re-
sudden death from perforation of trachea and bursting of caseous covery, Giddings, W. P., 160; bacteriology of acute tropical dysen.
gland, Caille, A., 432; report on the diseases of children, Rotch, T. tery. Flexner. s., 223; treatment of mucomembranous colitis,
M., 449; enteric fever in childhood, Blackader, A. D., 458; a case of Mathieu, A., 240; the radical cure of hernia, Warren, J. C., 249,
rbachischisis, Rotch, T. M., 458; a fatal post-otitic cerebral ab 261; post-operative hematemesis, Winslow, K., 313; intestinal and
scess with amnesic aphasia, Fruitnight, J. H., 458.

gastro-intestinal anastomoses, Roux, 322; exploratory operations
China. The medical situation in China, 68.

on the stomach, Maylard, A. E., 323; gastro-enterostomy, Mon-
Cholera as a pyogenic disease, 23.

protit, A., 324; patient after pyloroplasty, Munro, J. C., 344; an
Christian Science. Christian pseudoscience and psychiatry, Baker, operation for primary vaginal carcinoma, applicable also to cancer
E. S., 265.

of the rectum in woinen, Pryor, W. P., 373; fecal tistulæ, Stone, I.
Churches. The bygiene of churches, 328.

S., 373; the relationship between dysmenorrhea and appendicitis,
Circulatory System. The relative importance of valvular and McLaren, A., 376; removal of the greater part of stomach for carci-

muscular lesions of the heart, Solis-Cohen, S., 13; a clinical study poma; closure of the pyloric end; anastomosis between jejunum
of myocarditis, Bishop, L. F., 14; a plea for a more rational prog and car liac end; recovery, Brooks, w. a., Jr., 424; the ambulatory
nosis in cardiac atfections, Morrissey, J. J., 14; a case of mural and hospital management of the gastro-intestinal derangements of
endocarditis, Williams, H., 33; myocarditis, Musser, J. H., 92; infancy in the summer months among the poor of large cities,
myocarditis in infancy and childhood, Koplik, H., 93; acute dilata Koplik, H., 429; intestinal obstruction through a loop formed by
tion of the heart in influenza of children, Forchheimer, F., 135; Meckel's diverticulum with ligamentous attachment, Snow, I. M.,
a needle in the heart, 275; recent progress in thoracic diseases, 429; pancreatic digestion of casein, Rachford, B. K., 430; clinical
Sears, G. G., and Bartol, J. W., 290; pericardotomy through the observations upon the operative treatment of tuberculous perito-

nitis, Caille, A., 430; eye strain as a cause of gastro-intestinal neo- modification of milk in milk laboratories, Rotch, T. M., 357, 372;
roses, Smithwick, M. P., 444, 453; a note on rectal feeding in peptic breast feeding, Worcester, A., 361, 371; home modification of milk,
ulcer, Sears, G. 'G., 446, 452; achlorhydria; its effects and their Townsend, c. w., 363, 372, a new test meal, Austin, A. E., 467.
treatment, Hewes, H. F., 441, 452; observations upon the symp. Foramen Ovale. Case of patent foramen 'ovale in advauced life,
toms and treatment of hyperacidity of the stomach, Hewes, H. F., Worcester, W. L., 342.
550, 556; obstipation, Taylor, S. B., 609; influences of digestion on Forchheiner, F. Acute dilatation of the heart in influenza of
animal heat processes, Reichert, E. T., 617; two cases of perforat children, 135.
ing da

enal ulcer with subphrenic abscess, Pegram, J.C., Jr., 658. Fordyce, J. A. Endothelioma the skin, developing in the scar
Digitalis. Joseph W. England's fat-free tincture of digitalis, Cut- tissue of lupus vulgaris, angiosarcoma of the skin, 10.
ler, E. G., 283, 293.

Fourth of July and tetanus, 21; the penalties of the Fourth of
Diphtheria. Observations on an outbreak of diphtheria, 274; diph- July, 45.

theria bacilli in healthy throats and noses, with report of cases, Fowler, G. R. Spinal analgesia in general surgery, 636.
Denny, F. P., 515; Newark's diphtheria antitoxin plant, Herald, Fractures. Massage and movement in the treatment of fractures,
H. c. H., 561; a plea for larger doses of antitoxin in the treatment Championnière, L., 217; radiography in the study of fractures and
of diphtheria, McCollom, J. H., 627.

of luxations, Maunoury, G., 270; progress in the treatment of
Donaldson, H. H. The pysiological significance of the size and fractures since the introduction of the Röntgen rays, Bergmann,
shape of the neuron, 296.

E., von, 271; the study of the x-ray plates of one hundred and
Donoghue, F. D. The treatment of placenta previa by Cæsarean forty cases of fracture of the lower end of the radius, Codman, E.
section, with report of a successful case, 571, 582.

A., 305, 318; subperiosteal fractures, Cotton, F. J., 553, 558.
Doyle, A. C. Conditions in South Africa, 99.

Freeman, R. G. Nephritis of influenza in children, 431.
Doty. A. H. New quarantine methods and changes which are Freiberg, A. H. Celluloid as material for flat-foot supports, 471.
called for in marine sanitation, 560.

Freudenthal, W. In what relation does occupation stand to tuber.
Duffield, w. The climatology of Arizona, 17.

culosis? 15.
Dust. Asphalt pavements; their nature and desirability, Richard Fruitnight, J. H. A fatal post-otitic cerebral abscess with am-

son, C., 101; the transportation of disease by dust, Ernst, H.C., 107; nesic aphasia, 458.
effects of dust upon the lungs, Bowditch, V. Y., 108; the effects of Fuller, E. Anteroposterior subdivision of the bladder, an impor-
dust on the upper respiratory tract, Langmaid, S. W., 110; the dust tant anomaly, 317.
problem and asphalt paving. 247.

Fuller, G. W. Report of the committee on pollution of water
Dyer, I. Blastomycetic dermatitis and its relation to yaws, 11. supply, 562.
Dysentery. Bacteriology of acuto tropical dysentery, Flexner, S., Gage, H. Results of the operative treatment of cancer of the
223.

breast, 203; traumatic joints, 309.
Ear. A brief report of a case of cerebral abscess of otitic origin; Galveston Disaster, 273.
operation; death, Richards, G. L., 159.

Garland, G. M. Report of the Committee on the Harvard Medical
Editorials. The pollution of water supplies, 20; the Boston Float- School, 37.

ing Hospital, 21; the Fourth of July and tetanus, 21; the Harvard Generative System. Remarks on the surgery of uterine fibroids,
Medical Alumni Association, 44; the penalties of the Fourth of with especial reference to the importance of early removal in the
July, 45; old age as a cause of death, 46; the medical situation in young, Richardson, M. H., 1, 12; cysts in the abdominal wall struct.
China, 68; British medical arrangements in South Africa, 69; the urally identical with ovarian cysts, Homans, J., 34; general re-
accidents of summer, 95; the need of practical laboratory methods marks on the pathology and symptomatology of acute pelvic sup-
of instruction, 95; the sanitation of Boston schools. 96; progress in purative processes in the female and their treatment by posterior
the treatment of insanity. 120; post graduate study, 121; medical colpotomy, Cumston, C. G., 51, 59; glandulopenile hypospadias, two
literature, 144; the Red Cross in China, 145; American routine; uretbras, one extending to the bladder, the other two and one-half
German originality, 169; oral sepsis a possible cause of disease, 169; inches long and terminating in a blind poucb, Stinson, J.C., 58; the
the intradural injection of cocaine, 193; State health inspectors, mortality of hysterectomy for fibroids, Davenport, F. H., 181, 190;
194; Dr. Elliston's address before the British Medical Association, hysterectomy for myoma in America, Cushing, E. W., 183, 190; a
220; hysteria an organic disease, 221; penalties of progress, 21; case of parovarian cyst with twist of the pedicle occurring durivg
theory and practice, 27?'; as to professional visits, 272; the Galves. the fourth month of pregnancy, operation, recovery, normal deliv.
tou disaster, 273, another argument for cremation, 301; solitary ery at term, Lund, F. B., 208; two cases of abnormal sexual devel-
imprisonment, 301; the hygiene of churches, 328; the Babinski opment, Sears, G. G., 232, 238; a critical review of thirty cases of
phenomenon, 329; the opening of the medical schools, 352; the pyosalpinx, Whiteside, G. S., and Walton, W. J., 310; prostatio
New York State Hospital for consumptives, 353; specialism in deformities due to loss of tissue, Guiteras, R., 348; primary cancer
medicine, 379; plague, 410; annual report of the Boston City Hos- of the prostate, King. E. E., 348; the evolution of my technique in
pital, 411; physicians as speakers, 433; the annual report of the the treatment of tibroid uterine growths, Kelly, 1. A., 375; an
Surgeon General of the Army, 434; sanatoria for pulmonary tuber- appreciation of Kelly's method of removing fibroids of the uterus,
culosis, 461; recent researches in yellow fever. 162; Henry Jacob Smith, A. L., 375; intra-abdominal amputation of the uterus; a
Bigelow, 485; a new employment for women, 486; intradural injec- modification of hysterectomy, Davenport, F. H., 375; the relation-
tions of cocaine for surgical anesthesia, 509; prizes as a stimulus to ship between dysmenorrhea and appendicitis, McLaren, A., 376
research, 510; newspaper medicine, 537; the United States tax on the internal secretion of the ovary, Johnstone, A. J., 377; tech'
legacies to educational, charitable and religious organizations, 538; nique, indications and ultimate results of suturing the round liga-
Thanksgiving Day, 665; the etiology of beri-beri, 565; oysters and ments to the vaginal walls for retroversions and flexions of the
disease, 688; revision of charter of city of New York, 589; the uterus, Vineberg, H. N., 377; recent progress in genito-urinary
Third Pan-American Medical Congress, 589; the proposed garbage surgery, Watson, F. S., and Thorodike, P., 425; the management
plant on Long Island, Boston Harbor, 612; the proposed change in of abdominal testicular ectopia associated with inguinal hernia,
the control and management of Bellevue Hospital, 613; the third Powers, C. A., 475; vaginal versus abdominal hysterectomy, Walker,
Pan-American Medical Congress, 613; peripheral neuritis due to H. 0., 607; cancer of the uterus, Sutton, R. S., 608; remarks upon
arsenic in beer, 614; twentieth century cerebral physiology, 642; questions arising during the removal of tibroids, with especial refer-
the army bill and the Medical Department, 643; newspaper exagger. ence to the technique of the operation, Richardson, M. H., 619, 636.
ation, 614.

Giddings, W. P. A case of volvulus complicated by peritonitis;
Edson, C. E. The importance of rest in pulmonary tuberculosis, operation; recovery, 160.
15.

Goitre. Exophthalmic goltre, Osborne, 0. T., 17.
Education. Harvard Medical Alumni Association, 36, 44; the need Goldan, s. 0. Intraspinal cocainization from the anesthetist's
of practical laboratory methods of instruction, 95; the sanitation of standpoint, 638.
Boston schools, 96; post-graduate study, 121; a method of teaching Goldthwait, J. E. Knee-joint surgery for non-tubercular condi-
practical medicine, Harrington, T. F., 256; the opening of the tions, 286.
medical schools. 352; the endowment of professional schools, Ross, Gorgas, w. C. Vital statistics of Havana, 568.
J. H., 436; classical education for medical students, 464.

Gout. Pathogeny of gout, Le Gendre, P., 218.
Elevator Disease, 513.

Grant, J. Address before the New York State Medical Association,
Elgin, F. W. Influence of temperature on vaccine virus, 561.

453.
Elliston, W. A. Some incidents in the evolution of the modern Green, C. M. The value of the hot-water immersion bath in the
physician, 220.

treatment of threatening puerperal eclampsia, 624, 635.
Enebuske. c. J. Chronic diffuse interstitial nephritis, 518, 528. Greenleaf, R. W. The psychic factor in disease, 155, 166.
Enteric Fever in childhood, Blackader, A. D., 458.

Guiteras, R. Prostatic deformities due to loss of tissue, 348.
Epidemic. Report of the committee to detine what constitutes an Gunshot wounds. Gunshot injuries by the rifles of reduced
epidemic, Lee, B., 586.

calibre, La Garde, L. A., 439; three cases of gunshot wounds, Faren-
Ernst, H. c. The transportation of disease by dust, 107, 116; the holt, A., 503; general remarks on gunshot wounds of 1898 and 1899,
progress of medicine, 130.

512.
Examining Board. The true function of the State Medical Exam. Gynecology. Recent progress in gynecology, Reynolds, E., 258;
ining Board, Memminger, A., 88.

an operation for primary vaginal carcinomna, applicable also to
Eye. Power of the eye, 196; recent progress in ophthalmology, cancer of the rectum in women, Pryor, W. P., 373; the remote
Standish, M., and Hall, W. D., 342, 369; lesion of chiasm; temporal results of conservative operations on the ovaries and tubes, Bur-
hamiopia, optic atrophy; probable pituitary tumor, with gigantism rage, W. L., 374; the evolution of my tecbnique in the treatment of
and defective development, Lord, S. A.. 365; eye strain as a cause fibroid uterine growihs, Kelly, H. A., 375; an appreciation of
of gastro-intestinal neuroses, Smithwick, M. P., 444, 453; a case of Kelly's method of removing tibroids of the uterus, Smith, A. L.,
alexia, nind bliudness, etc., with autopsy, Jack, E. E., 577.

375; intra-abdominal amputation of the uterus; a modification of
Farenholt, A. Three cases of gunshot wounds, 503.

hysterectomy, Davenport, F. H., 375; the relationship between dyg-
Farlow, J. W. A case of ozena of probably sphenoidal origin, 66. menorrhea and appendicitis, McLaren, A., 376; the internal secre.
Faure, J. L. Surgery of cancer, 325.

tion of the ovary, Johnstone, A. 1., 377; technique, indications and
Fear. A case of morbid fear, Courtney, J. W., 5.

ultimate results of suturing the round ligaments to the vaginal
Fibroids. Remarks on the surgery of uterine fibroide, with es. walls for retroversions and texions of tbe uterus, Vineberg, H. N.,
pecial reference to the importance of early removal in the young, 377; vaginal versus abdominal bysterectomy, Walker, H. o., 607.
Richardson, M. H., 1, 12; parturition complicated with suppurating Hair Loss of hair, Jackson, G. T., 7; an improvement in instru-
fibroids, Stevens, E. H., 56, 60.

ment and method for removing superfluous hair by the electric
Fidsen treatment of lupus, 171.

method, Pomeroy, H. S., 527.
Fisher, E. D. Address before American Neurological Association, Hand. A case of contracting scar of the palm of the hand remedied
264.

by a tlap froin the abdomen, Briggs, F. M., 422.
Flerner, S. Bacteriolngy of acute tropical drgentery. 223.

Hanley, J. J. An imposter, 276.
Floaring Hospital. Tue Boston Floating Hospital, 21.

Harding, G. F. Notos on dermatitis venenata, 227.
Food. Stilk; its production, its care, its use, Rotch, T. M., 19; the Harrington, T. F. A method of teaching practical medicine, 256.

Harris, M. L. A new electrocystoscope, 347; & cystoscope for the Larynx. Address before the American Laryngological Association,
catheterization of both ureters, 317.

Johnston, S., 63; the early diagnosis of laryngeal cancer and the
Harris, R. 0. Autopsies and physical examinations, 420.

treatment, Mackenzie, J. N., 64; statistics relating to the treat-
Hartzell, M. B. Malignant diseases of the skin, their etiology and ment of cancer by the different methods, Dolavan, D. B., 65.

pathology, 9; cutaneous diseases accompanying diabetes, 16. Lazarus, B. A contribution to the therapeutic action of heroin,
Hatch, E. S. Tendon suture, 256, 264.

600.
Havana. Vital statistics of Havana, Gorgas, W. C., 568.

Learned, J. B. "The dew method of inducing sleep without
Heart. A needle in the heart, 275.

drugs." One hundred dollar prize, 47.
Hematemesls. Post-operative hematemesis, Winslow, K., 313. Lee, B. Report of the committee to define what constitutes an epi-
Hernia. The radical cure of hernia, Warren, J. C., 249, 261.

demic, 586.
Heroin. A contribution to the therapeutic action of heroin, Laza- Legal Medicine. Arsenic in manufactures, 413; the coroner sys-
rus, B., 600.

tem in the United States at the close of the nineteenth century,
Herold, H. C. H. Newark's diphtheria antitoxin plant, 561.

Abbott, S. W., 418; autopsies and physical examinations, Harris,
Herrick, J. B. Diagnosis of diabetes, 16.

R. O., 120; the co-operation of the medical and legal professions,
Hewes, H. F. Report upon physiological cheinistry, 231; achlor Sanderson, G. d., 499, 506; criminal neglect; report of a case, Buck,

hydria; its effects and their treatment, 447, 452; observations upon A. W., 502, 508; the duties of the medical examiner in Massachu.
the symptoms and treatment of byperacidity of the stoniach, 550, setts, Mead, J. A., 574.
556.

Le Gendre, P. Pathogeny of gout, 218.
Higgins, F. A. Report on progress in obstetrics, 631.

Lemke, A. F. Tuberculosis of the lungs, 15.
Hip. Congenital dislocation of the hip joint, Bradford, E. H., 415. Leprosy. The prophylaxis and control of leprosy in this country,
Hoffman, F. L. The practical use of vital statistics, 653.

Morrow, P. A., 8; lepers in France, 172; report of the committee on
Homans, J. Cysts in the abdominal wall structurally identical national leper home, Bracken, H. H., 586.
with ovarian cysts, 34.

Leszynsky, W. M. Spasmodic wry neck and its treatment, 592.
Hopkins, F. E. Secondary hemorrhage after the use of suprarenal Lewis, B. The pathogeny of gonorrheal nephritis, 321; & ureter
extract, 65.

cystoscope (for male or female) built on a new model, 347.
Horlbeck, H. B. Report of the committee on the etiology of Lips. Two cases of persistent exfoliation of the lips, Stelwagon, H.
yellow fever, 561.

W., 8.
Hospitals. The Boston Floating Hospital, 21; hospital statistics, Literature. Medical literature, 114.
247.

Liver. Surgical treatment of hydatid cysts of the liver, Jonnesco,
Hydrotherapy in pneumonia, Baruch, S., 389.

T., 325.
Hygiene, Health and Boards of Health. The pollution of Logan, J. E. Atrophic rhinitis, 64.

water supplies, 20; the sanitation of Boston schools, 96; State health London. Lotter about Paris and London, 382.
inspectors, 194; the hygiene of churches, 328; public health labora- Lord, S. A. Lesion of chiasm; temporal hemiopia, optic atrophy;
tories, Smith, T., 491; car sanitation, Woodbridge, S. H., 559; new probable pituitary tumor, with gigantism and defective develop-
quarantine methods and changes which are called for in marino ment, 365; neuropathic joints, 406.
sanitation, Doty, A. H., 560; report of the committee on cause and Love, Í. N. Address before Mississippi Valley Medical Association,
prevention of infectious diseases, Suiter, A. W., 560; etiology of 608.
yellow fever, Reed, W.,560; report of the committee on the etiology Lund, F. B. A case of parovarian cyst with twist of the pediclo
of yellow fever, Horlbeck, H. B., 561; influence of temperature on occurring during the fourth month of pregnancy; operation; re-
vaccine virus, Elgin, F. W., 561; Newark's diphtheria antitoxin covery; normal delivery at term, 208; acute hemorrhagic pancrea-
plant, Herold, H. C. H., 561; presidential address, Bryce, P H., 561; titis, its surgical tre ent, with report of six cases, 543.
report of the committee on the pollution of water supply, Fuller, Mackenzie, J. N. The early diaguosis of laryngeal caucer and
G. W., 562; teaching of hygiene and granting of degrees of doctor the treatment, 64.
of public health, Johnston, W., 562; vital statistics of Havana, Macleod, K. The scope and aim of the section's work, 225.
Gorgas, W. C., 568; report of the committee on disinfection, Rob- Macy, W. A. Observations on an outbreak of diphtheria, 274.
inson. F. C., 685; report of the committee to define what constitutes Makins, G. H. The so-called "poisoned bullet," 246.
an epidemic, Leo, B., 586; report of the committee on national Marcy, A., Jr. Movable kidney from the standpoint of the general
leper home, Bracken, H. H., 586; report of the committee on animal practitioner, 17.
diseases and animal food, Salmon, D. E., 587; the proposed garbage Marx, s. Obstetrical and gynecological aspect of spinal anesthesia,
plant on Long Island, Boston Harbor, 612.

637.
Hysteria an organic disease, 221.

Massage. Massage and movement in the treatment of fractures,
Imposter, Hanley, J. J., 276.

Championnière, L., 217; massage in Japan, Wood, H. C., 568.
Imprisonment. Solitary imprisonment, 301.

Materia Medica and Therapeutics. Silver injection treatment
Infectious Diseases. Report of the committee on cause and pre of pulmouary consumption, Mays, T. J., 15; purgation with opium,
vention of infectious diseases, Suiter, A. W., 560.

Wainwright, J. W., 160; the intradural injection of cocaine, 193;
Insolation catastrophe at Aldershot, 71.

calcium hydrosulphate paste as a surgical epilatory, Cumstom, C.
Instruments and Appliances. The use of the angiotribe, Daven G., 275; Joseph W. England's fat-freo tincture of digitalis, Cutler,

port, F. H., 4, 11; the modern urethroscope, Otis, W. K., 321; the E. G., 283, 293; anesthesia by subarachnoid injections of cocaine in
best method for obtaining urine direct from the ureters for diag the lumbar region, Severeanu, 325; verum therapy in pneumonia,
Dostic purposes, Brown, F. T., 346; a new electrocystoscope, Har Smith, W. H., 340; the therapeutics of urotropin, Keyes, E. L., 347;
ris, M. L., 317; a cystoscope for the catheterization of both ureters, hydrotherapy in pneumonia, Baruch, S., 389; recent progress in
Harris, M. L., 347; a ureter cystoscope (for male or female) built therapeutics, Joslin, E. P., 477; intradural injections of cocaine for
on a new model, Lewis, B., 347; a new spinal jacket, Tracy, E. A., surgical anesthesia, 509; a contribution to the therapeutic action of
522; an improvement in instrument and method for removing super heroin, Lazarus, B., 600; the neurophysiological aspect of spinal
fluous bair by the electrio method, Pomeroy, H. S., 527; a moditica anesthesia, Corning, J. L., 636; spinal analgesia in general surgery,
tion of the old Sims needle forceps, Burrago, W. L., 692.

Fowler, G. R., 636; obstetrical and gynecological aspect of spinal
Jack, E. E. A case of alexia, mind blindness, etc., with autopsy, anesthesia, Marx, S., 637; intraspinal cocainization from the anos.
577.

thetist's standpoint, Goldan, S. O., 638.
Jackson, G. T. Loss of hair, 7.

Mathieu, A. Treatment of mucomembranous colitis, 240.
Jeffries, B. J. Address before the Suffolk District Medical So- Maunoury, G. Radiography in the study of fractures and of luxe-
ciety, 530.

tions, 270.
Johnston, S. Address before the American Laryngological Associ- Maylard, A. E. Exploratory operations on the stomach, 323.
ation, 63.

Mays, T. J. Silver injection treatment of pulmonary consumption,
Johnston, W.. Teaching of hygiene and granting of degrees of 15.
doctor of public health, 662.

McCollom, J. H. A plea for larger doses of antitoxin in the treat-
Johnstone, A. J. The internal secretion of the ovary, 377.

ment of diphtheria, 627.
Joints. Traumatic joints, Gage, H., 309; to what extent does McLaren, A. The relationship between dysmenorrhea and appen-

"rheumatic and gouty diathesis" enter into traumatic joints dicitis, 376.
(sprains and bruises), septic and gonorrheal joints, acute articular McLean, M. Contribution to the management of face presenta-
rheumatism, neuropathic joints, arthritis deformans (osteoid, rheu. tions, with report of two cases, 376.
matoid), as an etiological factor? What is the scientitic basis for Mead, J. A. The duties of the medical examiner in Massachusetts,
such a term ? Porter, W. H., 391; septic and gonorrhea joints, 574.
Porter, C. A., 401; neuropathic joints, Lord, S. A., 406; congenital Measles. A case of measles, period of incubation, Smithwick, M.
dislocation of the hip joint, Bradford,'E. H., 415.

P., 465.
Jonnesco, T. Surgical treatment of hydatid cysts of the liver, 325. Medicine. The progress of medicine, Ernst, H. C., 130; medicine
Joslin, E. P. Recent progress in therapeutics, 477, 504.

as a science and medicine as an art, Pye-Smith, P. H., 173.
Kolly, H. A. The evolution of my technique in the treatment of Meek, E. R. Method of staining the elastic tibres of the skin, 23.
tibroid uterine growths, 375.

Memminger, A. The true function of the State Medical Examin-
Keyes, E. L. The therapeutics of urotropin, 347.

ing Board, 88.
King, E. E. Primary cancer of the prostate, 348.

Meyer, A. The city and its consumptive poor, a plea for a munici-
Kirkes' physiology, a reply, 569.

pål sanatorium outside of the corporate limits, 479.
Kittredge, T. A case of Cæsarean section, 35.

Milk. Milk; its production, its care, its use, Rotch, T. M., 49; the
Klotz, H. G. Syphilitio lesions of the " wheal" type, 10.

modification of milk in milk laboratories, Rotcb, T. M., 357, 372;
Knapp, P. C. Recent progress in neurology, 89, 113.

breast feedihg, Worcester, A., 361, 371; home modification of milk,
Knee. Knee-joint surgery for non-tubercular conditions, Gold Townsend, C. W., 363, 372.
thwait, J. E., 286.

Miller, E. F. A chair devised to meet the anatomical require-
Koplik, H. Myocarditis in infancy and childhood, 93; the ambula ments, 212.

tory and hospital management of the gastro-intestinal derange- Mills, C. K., and Keen, w. w. Tumor of the superior parietal
ments of infancy in the suninier months among the poor of large convolution accurately localized and removed by operation, 266.
cities, 429.

Mind. A case of morbid fear, Courtney, J. W., 5; progress in the
Laboratory. The need of practical laboratory methods of instruc treatment of insanity, 120; the psychic factor in disease, Greenleaf,
tion, 95; public health laboratories, Smith, T., 491.

R. W., 155, 166; Christian pseudoscience and psychiatry, Baker, S.,
La Garde, L. A. Gunshot injuries by the rifies of reduced calibre, 265; report on progress in mental diseases, Stedman, H. R., 579, 602
439

Monprofit, A. Gastro-enterostomy, 324.
Langmaid, S. W. The effects of dust on the upper respiratory Moorhouse, G. W. Fording in typhoid fever, with a report of
tract, 110, 116.

cases, 494,
Lannelongue, M. Farewell address before the Thirteenth Inter- Morrissey, J.J. A plea for a more rational prognosis in cardiac
national Medical Congress, 349.

affectious, 11.

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