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Brown, W. S. Ovarian tumors, 50.
Buckingham, E. M. Tumor of uterus, 89.
Bulkley, L. D. Clinical lecture on animal para-

sitic skin diseases, 73, 141.
Bush, J. F. Penetrating gun-shot injury of tbe

elbow and knee joints, 144.
Byrd, W. A. Elastic caustic pencils or bougies,

557.

Cellular tissue. Cold abscess, Sayre, 299; chron-

ic mammary abscess, Cheever, D. W., 315.
Chadwick, J. R. Double uterus and vagina,

159; relief of wakefulness due to micturition, 468.
Cheever, D. W. Clinical lecture, chronic dis-

ease of knee, chronic mammary abscess, solid tu-
mor under the pectoralis, syphilitic constriction
of pharynx, 313; clinical lecture, spina bifida,
compound fractures of the arm, sypbilitic tumor of
the breast, periphlebitis, 381 ; clinical lecture, am-
putation of the lower end of the rectum, needle in
the knee-joint, excision of the wrist, foreign body
removed from larynx, 693 ; clinical lecture, galvano-
cautery, bæmorrhoid, prostatitis and abscess, glan-
dular abscess, wen, fatty tumor of back, 737.
Chemistry. Recent progress in medical chemistry,

Hills, W. B., 293.
Chenery, E. Case of pulmonary tuberculosis,

556.
Children, Recent progress in the treatment of

children's diseases, Hayden, D. H., 150, 183.
Circulatory System. Traumatic aneurism, Hef-

finger, A.C., 221; recent progress in the treatment
of thoracic diseases, Knight, F.I., 325, 329 ; peri-
phlebitis, Cheever, D. W., 385; blood-cell counting,
Henry, F. P., and Nuncrede, C. B., 489 ; aneurism
of the subclavian artery, etc., Minot, J. J., 499;
blood cell counting, Amory, R., 555; pulmonary
cedema, cerebral hæmorrhage and hemiplegia, Flint,
A., 665; treatment of hæmorrhoids by injection,
756 ; a complicated case, Driver, S. W., 786, hæm.
orrhoid, Cheever, .D. W., 738; ruptured pericar.
dium and diaphragm, Draper, F. W., 785 ; embo-

lism of left femoral artery, Hurd, E. P., 850.
Copeland, G. W. Medical witness fees, 621.
Correspondence. Letter from Philadelphia, 35;

letters from St. Louis, 70, 553 ; letters froun Lon.
don, 134, 2, 6, 238, 656, 689; letters from Vienna,
166, 834; letter from Washington, 274 ; letters from
New Orleans, 308, 618; shot-gun quarantines, 338;
the American Medical Association, F. W., 732;
lithola paxy, Bigelow, H. J., 757 ; letter from St.
Louis, 793; litholapaxy, Bigelow, II. J., 866.
Cotting, B. E. In-grown toe nail, 900.
Creveling, J. P. Laparotomy, 300.
Curtis, H. Bright's disease and induction of prem-

ature labor, 15); abortion, periuterine inflamma-

tion, etc., 470.
Curtis, T. B. Recent progress in urinary surgery,

508; hydrophobia, 784.
Cushing, E. W. Sun spots and epidemics, 58 ;

oleate of morphia, 396.
Cutaneous System. Clinical lecture on animal

parasitic skin diseases, Bulkley, L. D., 73, 141 ;
symmetrical gangrene of th: extremities, 76, 125 ;
a case of cutaneous calculus, Forster, E. J., 147 ;
felons, Bradford, E. H., 393; recent progress in
dermatology, White, J. C., 779, 816; wen, Cheever,
D. W., 740; in-grown toe nail, McCluer, B., 833 ;
in-grown toe nail, Whitney, J. o., 869; in-grown

toe nail, Cotting, B. E, 900.
Cutler, E. G. Myoma of the stomach, 513; mu.

cous polypus of the colon, diverticulum of the

ileum, 513.
Cutter, E. Rhizopods, 230; elec:rolysis of the

uterine fibroid, 396.
Davenport, F. H. Tubercular meningitis, 229.
Derby, H. Two cases of glaucoma, with some

remarks on the relative frequency of this disease in

America, 386.
Digestive System. Hernia, Marcy, II. O., 58 ;

hypertrophic cirrhosis of the liver, Doe, o.' w.
93 ; laparotomy, Creveling, J.P., 300; ab-enre of
saliva, Bradbury, E. P., 342; chronic gastro-duo-
denal catarrh, Oliver, J.P., 345 ; case of ce-opha-
gotomy, Gay, G. W., 356; large quantity of ascitic
fluid, 150; condition of the teeth as affected by
uterine disease, Richardson, W. L., 468 ; apparatus
for prolapse of the rectum, Putnam, C. P., 512;

myoma of the stomach, Cutler, E. G.,513: mucous
polypus of the colon, diverticulum of the ileum,
Cutler, E. G., 513; cancer of the esophagus, Cut-
ler, E. G., 51); amputation of the lower end of the
rectum, Cheever, D. W.,593; prolapse of rectum,
Whitney, J 0., 662; case of oesophagotomy, Ather-
ton, A. B., 777; dysmenorrhoea and tape-worm,
Bixby, G. II., 784.
Doe, O. W. Hypertrophic cirrhosis of the liver,

93 ; puerperal convulsions six hours after labor,

319.
Draper, F. W. Recent progress in forensic med-

icine, 245, 257; cancer of the oesophagus with com-
plications, 515; the post-mortem diagnosis of cer-
tain forms of asphyxia, 561, 597; ruptured peri-

cardium and diaphragm, 785.
Driver, S. W. Relaxation of the symphysis as

a result of parturition, 161; a complicated case,

785.
Dwight, T. Partial transposition of the viscera,

331 ; recent progress in anatomy, 391.
Ear. Recent progress in otology, Green, J. Orne,

23, 55, 833; limits of perception of musical tones

by the human ear, Turnbull, L. 741.
Editorials. The "tidal wave," 30; a department

of public health, 67 ; a board versus a department
of public health, 98; the congressional yellow
f-ver commission, 130, scarlatina in New York,
131 ; the educational movement in Philadelphia,
163; Illinois state examinations, 164 ; Wood berry
versus Robinson, 181; quarantine in yellow fever,
200; the plague, 232; the insane, 235; the Bu-
reau of Public Health, 267; report of the com-
mittee on yellow fever, 269, the medical prac-
tice act in Illinois, 270 ; worthless periodicals, 304 ;
the medical literature of the world, 305 ; health,
lunacy, and charity, 331; a national board of
health, 371 ; New York tenement houses, 371; staff
and line, 401; John Maynard Woodworth, 442;
the future head of the Marine Hospital Service,
403 ; sanitary condition of Boston, 439; the New
York State Board of Charities, 476; registration
report of Rhode Island, 479, the Connecticut
Board of Health, 518; recurrence of yellow fever
on board a refrigerated ship, 519; yellow fever on
board the Plymouth, 550 ; political expediency,
551; the walking mania, 551 ; health, lunacy, and
charity, 581; the meetings at Atlanta, 614; na-
tional health legislation, 65 ); croup and diph-
theria, 651; a moral disease and its cure, 652;
diphtheria and croup, 661; the convention of
American medical coileges, 680; the American
Medical College Association, 681; the Association
of American Medical Editors, 682; the American
Medical Association, 683; adulteration of food and
medicines, 684; the Harvard Medical School and
women, 727; the American Medical Association,
703; McDowell's monument, 753; the New York
County Melical Society, 754; the treatment of
hæmorrhoids by injection, 756 ; the admission of
women to Harvard University, 789; sanitary imper-
fections of public buildings at the national capital,
829; progress versus conservatism, 830; the san-
itary association of Lynn, 864; public health in

Minnesota, 837.
Ela, W. The use of the elastic ligature in fistulous

tracts, 115.
Ellis, c. Chest expansion in pleurisy, 196.
Eye. Color-blindness, Jeffries, B. J., 68, 436; epi-

thelioma of the limbus corueæ, Wadsworth, 0. F.,
33); two ce ses of glaucoma, Derby, II, 357; op-
tico-ciliary neurotomy, Wadsworth, 0. F., 397; re-
cent progress in opthalmology, Wadsworth, 0. F.,
539.

Faxon, W. L. A new method of treating disloca-

tion of the femur with fractured acetabulum, 276.
Fifield, W. C. B. Examination by the rectum,

4 2.
Fitz, R. H. Recent progress in pathology, 710,

744.
Fletcher, S. W. A new microtome, 254.
Flint, A. Clinical lecture, pulmonary oedema,

cerebral hæmorrhage, and hemiplegia, 665.
Folsom, N. The responsibility of insane criminals,

331.
Forster, E. J. A case of cutaneous calculus,

147.

31.

Hurd, E. P. Embolism of left femoral artery

consequent on valvular heart disease, death, 850;

animal beat and fever, 886.
Hygiene, Health, and Boards of Health.

A department of public health, 67; a board versus
a department of public health, 98 ; a national board
of health, Bowditch, II. I., 102; memorial of the
American Public Health Association on congression-
al legislation affecting the public health, 105 ; quar-
antine in yellow fever, 200; sanitary protective as-
sociation of Newport, R. I., 210; sewerage systems,
239; the bureau of public health, 267 ; report of
the committee on yellow fever, 269; adulteration
of food and medicine, a state board of bealth,
Squibb, E. R.,

302; health, lunacy, and charity,
334 ; a national board of health, 371; New York
tenement houses, 371; shot-gun quarantines, 338 ;
arsenical wall-papers, Brown, F. 11., 389; imperfect
plumbing, Bowditch, 11. I., 396; an act to prevent
the introduction of infectious or contagious diseases
into the United States, 412 ; sanitary condition of
Boston, 439; registration report of Rhode Island,
479; the Connecticut Board of Ilealth, 518; re-
currence of yellow fever on board a refrigerated
ship,519; French quarantine, 526 ; National Board
of Health, 583,616, 687; yellow fever on the Ply-
mouth, 550 ; health, lunacy, and charity, 581;
political expediency, 551; national health legisla-
tion, 650 ; bill for prevention of epidemic diseases,
791 ; sanitary imperfections of public buildings at
the national capital, 829; the sanitary association
of Lynn, 864 ; public health in Minnesota, 897.

Garland, G. M. Peculiar movements in pus cells,
Garland, G. W. Annual address before Massa-

chusetts Medical Society, 801.
Garland, J. E. Letter from Vienna, 166.
Gay, G. W. A case of oesophagotomy, 356 ; am-

putation at the hip-joint, 395; treatment of in-
gro*n toe nail, 631; surgical cases of Dr. Geo. W.
Gay, 655.
General Diseases. Diphtheria, Whitney, J.O.,
60; mental derangement from syphilis, Rowe, G.
IL M., 87; neerosis of the frontal bone in syphilis,
Ayer, J. B., 89; an outbreak of diphtheria and
erysipelas in a small hospital, Shattuck, K. C., 90;
scarlatina, Minot, F., 126 ; the congressional yel-
low fever commission. 130; scarlatina in New
York, 131 ; typboid fever, Stedman, C. E., 197;
quarantine in yellow fever, 200; physiological pa-
thology of syphilis, Otis, F. N.,213, 529 ; tuber-
ealar meningitis, Davenport, F. H., 229; the
plague, 232 ; report of the committee on yellow
fever, 209; baptisia tinctoria in typhoid fever,
Johnson, L., 301; syphilitic constriction of the
pharynx, Cheever, D. W., 317; syphilitie tumors
of the breast, Cheever, D. W., 383 ; famine and
pestilence in Brazil, R. W., 448; cancer of æsoph-
agus, Draper, F. W., 515 ; yellow fever on a re-
frigerated ship, 519, case of pulmonary tubercu-
losia, Chenery, E, 556 ; typhoid fever in advanced
age, 621; laryngeal pl'hisis, Bosworth, F. H., 544;
case of supp sed acute tuberculosis resembling
typhoid fever, Minot, F., 567; recent progress in
syphilology, Wigglesworth, E, 569, 602, a new
elassification of pulmonary phthisis, Leaming, J.
R, 673; cancer of the face including - rodent
uleer, '' Warren, J.C., 625; diphtheria and croup,
Whitney , J O., 661 ; typhoid fever, its causes and

sources, as explained by the germ theory of dis-
exte, Becker, A, R., 697.
Generative System. Ovarian tumors, Brown,

W. S., 50 ; dysmenorrhoea, Hardon, v. 0., 60;
tumor of uterus, Buckingham, E. M.,89; cases of
Orariotomy, Homans, J., 109; recent progress in
goseology, Baker, W. H., 121; phlebitis in con-
sequence of periuterine inflammation or peritonitis,
Sinclair, A. D., 159 ; double uterus and vagina,
Chadwick, J. R., 159 ; fibroil tumor in the og
uteri obstructing the menstrual flow, Lyman, G.
H., 160 ; inversion of the uterus, Stevens, E. H.,
351; small ovarian cyst mistaken for fibroid, Baker,
W. H., 355; electrolysis of uterine fibroid, Cutter,
E, 396; condition of the teeth as affected by uter-
ine disease, Richardson, W. L., 468; abortion, peri-
aterine inflammation, etc., Curtis, H., 470 ; exam-
ination by the rectum, Fifield, w.'C. B., 472;
fibroid tumor removed from uterine wall by eng-
cleation, Minot, F., 750, dysmenorrhoea and tape-
Form, Bixby, G. II., 784 ; involution of uterus,
Stereos, B. H , 783; extirpation of the ovaries for

some disorders of menstrual life, Goodell, W., 841.
Glandular System. Glandular abscess, Cheever,

D, W., 739.
Goodell, w. The commoner forms of vesical dis-

order in women, 173; the extirpation of the nvaries

for some of the disorders of menstrual life, 841.
Gowers, W. R. The physiological pathology of

the hydrophobic paroxysm, 178.
Green, J. Orne. Recent progress in otology, 23,

50, 853.
Hamilton, J. B. Notes of seven cases in which

the aspirator was used during the year 1878, 375.
Hardon, V. 0. Dysmenorrhæa, 60.
Hayden, D. H. Recent progress in the treat-

ment of children's diseases, 150, 183.
Heffinger, A.C. Traumatic aneurism the result
of rupture of one of the right lumbar arteries, 221.
Henry, F. P. Blood-cell counting: a series of
observations with the hématimètre of M. M. Hayem
and Machet, and the hæmacytometer of Dr. Gow-
era, 469.
Hills, W. B. Recent progress in medical chemis-

try, 293.
Homans, O. D. Labor complicated by fibrous

lamors of the cervix uteri, 160; rupture of the
bladder, 512.
Homans, J. Cases of ovariotomy, 109.
Hosmer, A. Wounds of the knee-joint, 537.
Hunkin, C. D. Embryology of the lungs, 26.

Ingalls, w. Novel method of surmounting the

difficulties of labor, 162; surgical cases of Dr. Will-

iam Ingalla, 793.
Instruments and Apparatus. New instru.
ments, Baker, W. H., 88; the use of the elastie lig-
ature in fistulous tracts, Ela, W., 116; a new micro-
tome, Fletcher, S. W., 251; modification of Du Bois
Raymoud's unpolarisable electrode, Bowditch, H.
P., 334; Dr. Baker's vaginometer, 377; apparatus
for prolapse of the rectum, Putnam, C. P., 612 ;
the use of the freezing microtome, Longstreth, M.,
632: galvano-cautery, Cheever, D. W., 737 ; obstet.
rical instruments, Richardson, W.L., 750 ; laryn-
geal mirrors as aids to the speculum, Morgan, W.
P., 797.

Jeffries, B. J. Color-blindness, 58, 436.
Jewett, G. A case of unusual injury from a cir-

cular saw, 119.
Johnson, L. Baptisia tinctoria in typhoid fever,

301.
Jurisprudence. Report on malpractice, Sanger,

E. F., 14, 41; medical witnesses, Turner, H. E., 59;
medical examiners, Williams, Al. W., 60; Wood berry
versus Robinson, 181 ; recent progress in forensic
medicine, Draper, F. W., 225, 257; the medical
practice act in Illinois, 270; medical witness fees,
Copeland, G. W., 621; the post-mortem diagnosis
of certain forms of asphyxia, Draper, F. W., 661,
597; adulteration of food and medicine, 684 ; suit
of Proctor versus Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospi-

tal, 731.
Knight, F. I. Recent progress in the treatment

of thoracic diseases, 325, 359.
Lathrop, W. H. Consanguineous marriager,

837.
Leaming, J. R. A new classification of pulmo-

niry phthisis, 573.
Local Injuries. Case of unusual injury from a

circular saw, Jewett, G., 119; penetrating gun-shot
injury of the elbow and knee joints, Bush, J. F.,
144 ; dislocation of the femur, with fractured ace-
tabulum, Faxon, W. L., 276 ; fractures of the fe-
mur, Snow, N. L., 301 ; case of fracture of the
skull, Brown, M. L., 354; compound fracture of
the arm, Cheever, D. W., 383; wounds of the knee.
joint, Hosmer, A., 537.
Locomotion, Organs of. Chronic disease of

knee, Cheever, D. W., 313; notes of seven cases in
which the aspirator was used during the year 1878,

Hamilton, J. B., 375.
London. Letters from London, 134, 206, 238, 656,

689.

Longstreth, M. The use of the freezing micro-

tome, 632.
Loomis, A.,L. Clinical lecture on empyema, 873.
Lyman, G. H. Fibroid tumor in the os uteri ob-

structing the menstrual flow, 160; Dr. Jacob Big.
elow, 436.

McCluer, B. In-grown toe nail, 838.
Marcy, H. 0. Hernia, 58.
Marine Hospital Service. John Maynard

Woolworin, 402; the future head of the marine
hospital service, 403 ; a needful change, 412; the
marine hospital service, H. W. S., 485; the marine

hospital service, 590.
Mason, A. L. Medical cases of Dr. A. L. Mason,

407; recent progress in the theory and practice of
medicine, 426, 459.
Mastin, C. H. Stricture of the prostatic urethra,

878.
Materia Medica and Therapeutics. Sun

spots and epidemics, Cushing, E. W., 58 ; officinal
and unofficinal preparations of medicine, Amory,
R, 90; elastic ligature in fistulous tracts, Ela,
W., 115; jaborandi, Webber, S. G., 126; thymol,
Williams, C. H., 230; Jaborandi and pilocarpine in
the treatment of albuminuria and convulsions,
Barker, F., 265; baptisia tivctoria in typhoid
fever, Johnson L., 301, oleate of morphia, Cush-
ing, E. W., 396, electrolysis of uterine fibroid,
Cutter, E., 396 ; dialyzed iron, Amory, R., 453;
ergot in parturition, Richardson, W. L., 469; Santa
Barbara, with remarks on California, Parks, E. L.,
523; elastic caustic pencils or bougies, Byrd, W.A.,
557 ; croton chloral in neuralgia, Bowditch, H. I.,

784.
Medical Schools and Colleges. The educa-

tional inovement in Puiladelphia, 163; Illinois state
examinations, 164; abstract of an address on med-
ical education, Mercer, A., 417; the convention of
American medical colleges, 650 ; the American
Medical College Association, 681 ; the Harvard
Medical School and women, 727; the admission of
women to Harvard University, 789.
Medicine, Theory and Practice of. Med-

ical cases of Dr. A. L. Mason, 407 ; recent progress
in the theory and practice of medicine, Mason, A.

L., 426, 459.
Mercer, A. Abstract of an address on medical

education, 417.
Metric System. Metric system, Mitchell, J. W.,

60; the metric system, Lathrop, W. H., 210; met-
ric system, 545; the metric system in medicine,

Seguin, E., 708.
Miller, H. G. Catarrh, 60.
Mind. Mental derangement from syphilis, Rowe,

G. II. M., 87; ten cases of melancholia, Ayer, J.
B., 197; iosane, 235; responsibility of insane
criminals, Folsom, N., 364; the insane, 413.
Minot, c. S. Exhaustion of muscle, 261.
Minot, F. Scarlatina, 126 ; disease of the spinal

cord, 432 ; Dr. J. B. S. Jackson, 437; a case of
supposed acute tuberculosis resembling typhoid
fover, 567; fibroid tumor removed from the uterine

wall by enucleation, 750.
Minot, J. J. A case of chronic catarrhal pneu-

mouia with aneurism of the subclavian artery,
chronic parenchymatous nephritis and paroxysmal
hæmatiouria, 499.
Mitchell, J.'w. Metric 'system, 60.
Mitchell, s. W. Clinical observations upon pa-

ralysis following typhoid fever, pseudo-hypertro-
phic muscular paralysis, amyotrophic unilateral
spinal sclerosis, and other cases at the Orthopædic
Ilospital, Philadelphia, 245 ; cases at the Orthope-
dic Hospital, Philadelphia, 444.
Morgan, W. P. Laryngeal mirrors as aids to the

speculum, 797.
Myers, R. P. A remarkably large foetus, 133.
Nancrede, C. B., and Henry, F. P. Blood-

cell counting, 489.
Navy. Staff and line, 401.
Nervous System. Brain tumor, Stedman, C.

E., 58; cutaneous distribution of the brachial and
cervical plexuses, Putnam, J. J., 118; puerperal
hysteria, Richardson, W. L, 157; physiological
pathology of the hydrophobic paroxysm, Gowers,
W. R., 178; tubercular meningitis, Davenport, F.
II., 229; paralysis following typhoid pseudo-fever,

hypertrophic muscular paralysis, amyotrophic uni-
lateral spinal sclerosis, Mitchell, 8. W., 245 ; inner-
vation of the apex of the frog's heart, Bowditch,
H. P., 259; physiological position of the so-called
motor nerves of the brain, Putnam, J. J., 260; ex-
haustion of muscle, Minot, 0. S., 261; a case of
hydrophobia, Bauks, C. E 283 ; section of the
ulnar uerve, Webber, 8. G., 330; modification of
Du Bois Raymond's unpolarisable electrode, Bow-
ditch, H. P., 332 ; spina bifida, Cheever, D. W.,
331; cases at the Orthopædi: Hospital, Philadel-
phia, Mitchell, S. W., 444; relief of wakefulness
due to micrurition, Chadwick, J. R., 468; epilepsy
due to phymosis and to irritation from a tooth,
Webber, s. G., 513; pulmonary edema, cerebral
hæmorrhage and hemiplegia, Fiint, A., 665 ; gen-
eral paresis, Russell, I., 704; croton chloral in
neuralgia, Bowditch, 11. I., 784; hydrophobia,
Curtis, T. B., 784 ; a case of ear cough," Bowen,

W. S., 869.
New Orleans. Letter from New Orleans, 308,

618.
New York. New York State Board of Charities,

476.
Nose. Rhizopods, Cutter, E., 230.
Oliver, J. P. Chronic gastro-duodenal catarrh,

345.
Otis, F. N. Clinical lectures on the physiological

pathology of syphilis, 213, 529.
Parks, E. L. Santa Barbara, with remarks on

California, 523.
Pathology. Myoma of the stomach, Cutler, E. G.,

513; mucous polypus of the colon, diverticulum of
the ileum, Cutler, E. G., 513; the post-mortem
diagnosis of certain forms of asphyxia, Draper, F.
W., 561, 597 ; recent progress iu pachology, Fitz,
R. II., 710, 714.
Peters. Vaccination followed by death, 894.
Philadelphia. Letter from Philadelphia, 35; the

educational movement in Philadelphia, 163.
Physiology. Junervation of apex of the frog's

heart, Bowlitch, II. P., 259; exhaustion of mus.
cle, Minot, C. S., 261; peculiar movements in pus
cells, Garland, G. M, 331; absence of saliva, Brad-
bury, E. P., 312; the walking mania, 551; auimal

heat and fever, Ilurd, E. P., 886.
Poisons. Arsenical wall-papers, Brown, F. U.,

389; case of carbolic-acid poisoning, Walker, J. E.,

797.
Pregnancy, Affections connected with.

Recent progress in obstetrics, Richardson, W. L.,
85; a remarkably large fætus, Myer, R. P., 138;
Bright's disease and induction of premature labor,
Curcia, 11., 155 ; puerperal hysteria, Richardson, W.
L., 157 ; labor complicated by fibrous tumors of the
cervix uteri, Homans, C. D., 160 ; imperforate os,
complicating labor, Townsend, G. J., 160 ; relax-
ation of the symphysis pubis as a result of partu-
rition, Driver, s. w., 161; povel method of sur-
mounting the difficulties of labor, Ingalls, W.,162 ;
puerperal convulsioos six hours after labor, Doe,
0. W., 849 ; ergot in parturition, Richardson, W
L., 469; incontinence of urine after labor, Wel-
lington, W. W , 468; abortion, peri-uterine inflam-
mation, etc., Curtis, II, 470; irregular coutraction
of the uterus in the third stage of labor, Welling-
ton, W. W., 749; placenta prævia, Tuck, 11., 750 ;
dystocia from dorsal displacement of the arm,
Brockway, C. H., 848.
Putnam, c. P. Apparatus for prolapse of the
rectum,

512.
Putnam, J. J. A contribution to our knowledge

of tbe cutaneous distribution of the brachial and
cervical plexuses, 118; physiological position of the

80-called motor centres of the braio, 260.
Respiratory System. Embryology of the lungs,

Hunkin, c. D.; 26; sanitary ode to " catarrh,"
37; catarrh, Miller, H. G., 60; chest expension in
pleurisy, Ellis, C., 196; syphilitic constriction of
the pharynx, Cheever, D. W., 317; recent progress
in the treatment of thoracic diseases, Knight, f. I.,
325, 359; case of chronic catarrhal pneumonia, etc.,
Minot, J.J., 499; latent pneumonia, Stedman, C. E.,
614; case of pulmonary tuberculosis, Chenery, E.,
556; laryngeal phthisis, Bosworth, F. H., 544; for-
eiga body removed from the larynx, Cheever, D. W.,

596; a new classification of pulmonary phthisis,
Leaming, J. R., 573; diphtheria and croup, Whit-
ney, J. 0., 661; pulmonary ædema, cerebral bæm-
orrhage and hemiplegia, Flint, A., 665 : contagious
pleuro-poeumonia, or lung plague, White, R., 807;
pleuritie effusion, Bowditch, H.J., 784; empyema,

Loomis, A. L., 873.
Richardson, W. L. Recent progress in obstet-

rics, 85 ; puerperal hysteria, 157 ; the condition of
the teeth as affected by uterine disease, 468 ; ergot
in parturition, 469; obstetrical instruments, 750.
Rowe, G. H. M. Mental derangement from syph-

ilis, 81
Russell, I. General paresis, 704.
St. Louis. Letters from St. Louis, 70, 553, 796.
Sanger, E. F. Report on malpractice, 14, 41.
Sayre, L. S. Cold abscess, 299.
Seguin, E. The metric system in medicine,

708.
Shattuek, F. C. An outbreak of diphtheria and

erysipelas in a small hospital, 90.
Short Communications. Sanitary ode to
" catarrh, 37;

memorial of the American Public
Health Association on congressional legislation
affecting the public health, 105; a remarkably large
fotus, Myers, R. P., 138 ; James Wat-an Robbins,
169; Philadelphia County Medical Society, 170;
St. Louis journals, 170; the Sanitary Protective
Association of Newport, R. I., 210; the metric sys-
tem, Lathrop, W. II., 210; a new method of treat-
ing dislocation of the femur, with fractured acetab-
alam, Faxon, W. L., 276; absence of saliva, Brad-
bary, E. P., 342; Dr. Baker's raginometer, 377;
Dr. Joseph L. Stevens, 411; a needful change, 412;
an act to prevent the introduction of infectious or
contagious diseases into the United States, 412;
the insane, 113; subperiosteal resections, White
Dey, J.0., 413; large quantity of ascitic fluid, 450 ;
French quarantine, 526; Dr. William F. Stevens,
566; blood-cell counting, Amory, R. 555; case of
pulmonary tuberculosis, Chenery, E., 656; elastic
caustic pencils or bougies, Byrd, w. A., 557; the
marine hospital service, 590 ; medical witness fees,
Copeland, Ġ, W, 621; typhoid fever in advanced
age, 621 ; diphtheria and croup, Whitney, J.0., 661;
Dr. Samuel Howe, 662; prolapse of rectum, Whit-
ney, J. 0., 662; case of carbolic acid poisoning,
Walker, J. E., 797; laryngeal mirrors as aids to
the speculum, Morgan, W. P., 797 ; consanguin-
sous marriages, Lathrop, W. H., 837; contagia,
Smith, J. W., 837; ingrown toe nail, McCluer,
B., 38; ingrown toe nail, Whitney, J. 0., 869; a
ease of "ear cough," Bowen, W. 8., 869; Frank
F. Maury, 69; in-grown toe nail, Cotting, B. E.,
900.
Sinclair, A. D. Phlebitis in consequence of peri-

uterine iutlammation or peritonitis, 159.
Snow, N. L. Fractures of the femur, 301.
Societies. Essex North District Medical Society, 26;

896Saffolk District Medical Society, 58, 229, 395,
452, Rhode Island Medical Society, 59; Boston
Society for Medical Observation, 87, 125, 196,

364,
733; Obstetrical Society of Boston, 155, 468, 749;
Philadelphia County Medical Society, 170; Boston
Society for Medical Improvement, 189, 512; Sani-
tary Protective Association of Newport, R. I., 210;
Boston Society for Medical Sciences, 259, 330; Med-
ical Society of the State of New York, 262, 299;
American Otological Society, 476; American Med-
ical Association, 527, 560, 614, 683, 715, 732, 753;
Association of American Medical Editors, 614, 682
New York County Medical Society, 544, 640, 754;
New York Academy of Medicine, 573, 606; Ameri-
can Medical College Association, 681 ; Massachusetts
Medical Society, 801, 852; Pennsylvania State Med-
ical Society, 820; Connecticut Medical Society, 821;
Connecticut River Valley Medical Association, 859;
Sagitary Association of Lynn, 864; Norfolk Dis-

trict Medical Society, 894.
Squibb, E. R. Adulteration of food and medicine,

a state board of health, 302.
Stedman, C. E. Brain tumor, 88; typhoid fever,
197; latent pneumonia, 514.
Stevens, E. H. A case of inversion of the uterus
of nine months' standing, 251 ; involution of ute-
rus, 183

Sturgis, F. R. Responsibility of the medical pro-

fession for the abuses of medical charities, 545, 606,

610.
Surgery. Influence which the prevailing methods

of education have on the production of deformity
in young persons of both sexes, Brown, B., 281 ;
surgical cases of Dr. Warren, 483; needle in the
knee-joint, Cheever, D. W., 594; excision of the
wrist, Cheever, D. W., 595 ; foreign body removed
from the larynx, Cheever, D. W., 596; treatment
of ingrown toe nail, Gay, G. W., 631; recent prog.
ress in orthopædic surgery, Bradford, E. H., 637,
677 ; surgical cases of Dr. Geo. W. Gay, 655; the
modern art of promoting the repair of tissues,
Bigelow, H. J., 769; cases of Dr. William Ingalls,

793 ; vaccination followed by death, Peters, 894.
Surgical Operations. Subperiosteal resection

of a portion of the tibia, Bradford, E. H., 148; lap-
arotomy, Creveling, J. P., 300; case of oesophagot-
omy, Gay, G. W., 356 ; potes of seven cases in
which the aspirator was used during the year 1878,
Hamilton, J. B., 375; amputation at the hip-joint,
Gay, G. W., 395; optico-ciliary neurotomy, Wads-
worth, 0. B., 397 ; subperiosteal resections, Whit-
ney, J. O., 413; excision of the hip, Bradford, E.
I., 513; amputation of the lower end of the rec-

tum, Cheever, D. W., 593.
Taylor, C. F. Mechanical treatment of disease of

the hip joint, 318.
Townsend, 'G. J. Imperforate os complicating

labor, 160.
Tuck, H. Placenta prævia, 750.
Tumors. Brain tumor, Stedman, C. E., 88; tu-

mor of uterus, Buckingham, E. M., 89; solid tu-
mor under the pectoralis, Cheever, D.' w., 316;
syphilitic tumors of the breast, Cheever, D. W.,
383; fatty tumor of the back, Cheever, D. W.,

740.
Turnbull, L. The limits of perception of musical

tones by the human ear, 741.
Turner, H. E. Medical witnesses, 59.
Urinary System. Bright's disease and induction

of premature labor, Curtis, H., 155; vesical dis-
order in women, Goodell, W., 173; incontinence of
urine after labor, Wellington, w. W., 468; relief of
wakefulness due to micturition, Chadwick, J. R.,
46&; chropic parenchymatous nephritis, paroxysmal
hæmatinuria, etc., Minot, J. J., 499; recent prog-
ress in urinary surgery, Curtis, T. B., 508; rupt-
ure of the bladder, Homans, 6. D., 512; lithola-
paxy, Bigelow, II. J., 757; prostatitis and abscess,
Cheever, D. W., 738 ; litholapaxy, Bigelow, H. J.,
866; stricture of the prostatic urethra, Mastin,
C. H., 878.
Vienna. Letters from Vienna, 166, 834.
Wadsworth, 0. F. Epithelioma of the limbus

corneæ, 330; optico-ciliary Deurotomy, 397; re-
cent progress in ophthalmology, 539.
Walker, J. E. Case of carbolic acid poisoning,

797.
Warren, J. C. Symmetrical gangrene of the ex-

tremities, 76, 125; surgical cases of Dr. Warren,
483 ; clinical lecture on cancer of the face, includ-

ing“ rodent ulcer,” 625.
Washington. Letter from Washington, 274.
Webber, s. G. Jaborandi, 126 ; section of the

ulnar nerve, 330; epilepsy due to phymosis and to

irritation from a tooth, 513.
Wellington, W.W. Incontinence of urine after

labor, 468; irregular contraction of the uterus in

the third stage of labor, 749.
White, J.C. Recent progress in dermatology, 779,

816.
White, R. Contagious pleuro-pneumonia, or lung

plague, 807.
Whitney, J.0. Diphtheria, 60; subperiosteal re-

sections, 413; diphtheria and croup, Whitney, J.
0., 661 ; prolapse of rectum, 662; ingrown toe

nail, 869.
Wigglesworth, E. Recent progress in syphi-

lology, 569, 602.
Williams, c. H. Thymol, 230.
Williams, H. W. Medical examiners, 60,

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