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[1st of OCTOBER, 1841, to 31st of MARCH,]
VOL. XVI. of DECENNIAL SERIES.
BY JAMES JOHNSON, M.D.
PHYSICIAN EXTRAORDINARY TO THE LATE KING,
HENRY JAMES JOHNSON, Esq.
LECTURER ON ANATOMY AT THE SCHOOL OF ST. GEORGE'S HOSPITAL IN KINNERTON
PUBLISHED BY S. HIGHLEY, 32, FLEET-STREET.
REPUBLISHED BY RICHARD & GEORGE S. WOOD.
Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, published by the Royal Medical and Chirurgical
i. Observations on the Structure of the Entozoa belonging to the Genus
Cysticercus. By GEORGE GULLIVER,
2. Case of Osseous Union of a Fracture of the Neck of the Femur within
the Capsule. By WALTER JONES, Esq.
3. Observations on Vaccination and Small-pox, &c. By GEORGE GREGORY,
4. On Gouty Concretions, with a new Method of Treatment. By ALEX.
5. History of a Case of Phlebitis, with Observations. By THOMAS H.
6. Cases of Cancerous or Malignant Disease of the Spinal Column, with
Remarks. By CESAR HAWKINS, Esq.
7. A Case of Slow Pulse with Fainting Fits, which first came on two years
after an Injury of the Neck from a Fall. With Observations. By
8. Memoirs on some Principles of Pathology in the Nervous System. By
lopian Tubes; Disease of Left Ovary. By R. BOYD, M.D.
14. Pathological and Surgical Observations on the Diseases of the Ear. By
Traité des Maladies des Reins, &c. Par P. RAYER
9. On Dislocations, especially of the Hip-joint, accompanied by Elongation
of the Capsule and Ligaments. By EDWARD STANLEY, F.R.S..
10. Observations on the Anatomy of the Lungs. By THOMAS ADDISON, M.D. 32
11. Results of Amputations at University College Hospital, London, Statis-
tically arranged. By JOHN PHILLIPS POTTER, Esq. With some Re-
marks on the Mode of Amputation and Method of Dressing there
adopted. By ROBERT LISTON. Esq.
12. Colica Pictonum treated with Warm Water. By JOHN WILSON, M.D.
13. Malposition of the Kidneys; Absence of the Vagina, Uterus, and Fal-
15. Two Cases of Dislocation of the Tendon of the Long Head of the Biceps
Humeri from its Groove. By JOHN SODEN, jun. Esq.
16. An Account of Two Cases of Aneurism of the Superior Mesenteric Ar-
tery, in one of which Jaundice was induced by Pressure of the Sac, &c.
17. On Congenital Tumors of the Pelvis. By EDWARD STANLEY. F.R.S. 48
Derangements, Primary and Reflex, of the Organs of Digestion. By R. Dică, M.D. 65
1. Effects of Nitrate of Silver
2. The Dyspeptic's Melancholy Tale