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Bactofugation and the Bactotherm process
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On the Effect Upon the Human Body of a Diet Consisting Entirely of Lean Meat and Water
, The Lancet 134(3454): 950-951 (1889)

Fibrinous Bronchial Casts in the Sputum of Acute Croupous Pneumonia
, The Lancet 134(3455): 997-998 (1889)

A Case of Intra-Peritoneal Hmatocele Due to Rupture of a Tubal Pregnancy Treated by Abdominal Section, and Removal of the Ruptured Tube
, The Lancet 134(3456): 1054-1055 (1889)

Dr. Klein'S Position with Regard to the Comma Bacillus and his Replies to Criticism Answered
, The Lancet 134(3456): 1082-1083 (1889)

A Case of Intussusception Successfully Treated by Inflation
, The Lancet 134(3457): 1107-1108 (1889)

The Arrest of Growth in Cancer by the Interrupted Voltaic Current
, The Lancet 134(3457): 1108-1109 (1889)

On Inguinal Colotomy for Malignant Disease of the Rectu M
, The Lancet 134(3457): 1111-1112 (1889)

Investigations on the Relation of Putrefactive to Parasitic Bacteria
, The Lancet 134(3458): 1162-1164 (1889)

Inguinal Colotomy": a Novel Method of Performing the Operation
, The Lancet 134(3458): 1198-1199 (1889)

On the Occurrence of Acute Hmorrhagic Nephritis in Suppurative Meningitis
, The Lancet 134(3459): 1216-1219 (1889)

On Transplantation of Rabbit'S Conjunctiva to the Human Eye
, The Lancet 134(3459): 1219-1221 (1889)

On two Rapidly Fatal Cases of Diphtheritic Paralysis
, The Lancet 134(3459): 1222-1223 (1889)

New AuraIInjector and Excavator, with a Flexible Eustachian Catheter
, The Lancet 134(3460): 1271-1272 (1889)

Fracture of Skull Through Anterior Fossa (?); Symptoms of Compression; Trephining; Recovery
, The Lancet 134(3460): 1272-1273 (1889)

A Case in which Peritonitis Was Caused by Vaginal Syringing After two Successive Confinements
, The Lancet 134(3460): 1274-1275 (1889)

Tooth Extraction and its Alternatives for the Relief of Pain
, The Lancet 134(3461): 1331-1332 (1889)

Observations on Abscess and other Diseases of the Liver
, The Lancet 135(3463): 68-70 (1890)

Note on An Improvement in the use of the Hmocytometer
, The Lancet 135(3463): 73-74 (1890)

Repeated Recurrence of Intussusception of the Bowel; Reduction by the Hydrostatic Method
, The Lancet 135(3463): 76-77 (1890)

The Prevention of Influenza Based on the Germ Theory, and Notes on the Present Epidemic
, The Lancet 135(3464): 127-128 (1890)

Part II. General Experiments Without Recording Apparatus
, The Lancet 135(3464): 152-159 (1890)

The Midland Counties Veterinary Medical Association, and its Report on Roaring in Horses
, The Lancet 135(3464): 168-169 (1890)

On the Treatment of Intractable Circular Ulcer of the Leg by Amputation at the Anklejoint,
, The Lancet 135(3466): 231-232 (1890)

Utilisation of County Hospitals and Asylums for Teaching Purposes
, The Lancet 135(3466): 267-268 (1890)

Case of Tubercular Disease of Kidney; Nephrectomy ; Recovery
, The Lancet 135(3467): 289-290 (1890)

On Atresia of the Vagina; its Pathology and Treatment
, The Lancet 135(3467): 290-292 (1890)

Pneumothorax in An Apparently Healthy Young man Without Realised Injury; Tapping ; Recovery
, The Lancet 135(3467): 292-293 (1890)

On the Importance of Securing Coaptation of the Lids in Certain Diseases of the Eye
, The Lancet 135(3467): 293-294 (1890)

Chloralamide as a Hypnotic, with Special Reference to its Action in the Insane
, The Lancet 135(3468): 339-341 (1890)

Manchester Clinical Hospital for Women and Children
, The Lancet 135(3468): 347-348 (1890)

On the Actionsantidotal and Summative that the Products of Bacteria Exert on the Course of Infective Disease
, The Lancet 135(3469): 393-396 (1890)

The Treatment of Prolapse of the Rectum by Excision
, The Lancet 135(3469): 396-397 (1890)

Disease of the Heart Resulting from Emotional Causes
, The Lancet 135(3469): 399-400 (1890)

Remarks on Orbital Tumour from Mucous Distension of the Frontal Sinus, with Cases
, The Lancet 135(3470): 456-458 (1890)

A Case of Syphilitic Growth in Dura Mater; Operation ; Death from Septicmia ; Necropsy
, The Lancet 135(3470): 460-461 (1890)

Double Current Tubes for Vaginal and Intra-Uterine Injections in Obstetric Practice
, The Lancet 135(3471): 533-534 (1890)

Trophopathy in the Fatty and Fibroid Degenerations.1
, The Lancet 135(3471): 535-536 (1890)

A French Catheter in the Male Bladder Removed by Supra-Pubic Lithotomy
, The Lancet 135(3471): 539-540 (1890)

Typical Cases of Immediate Reduction of Deformity After Tenotomy
, The Lancet 135(3472): 591-592 (1890)

A Collection of Cases of Hydrophobia Reported as Successfully Treated
, The Lancet 135(3472): 593-594 (1890)

On the Therapeutical Uses and Toxic Effects of Cannabis Indica
, The Lancet 135(3473): 637-638 (1890)

The Irish Medical Schools' and Graduates' Association
, The Lancet 135(3473): 666-667 (1890)

The Prevention of Rabies and Hydrophobia. Remarks on Certain Phases of the Subject
, The Lancet 135(3474): 695-696 (1890)

Series of Eighty - Four Cases of Abdominal Section in Women
, The Lancet 135(3474): 696-698 (1890)

Note on a Case in which the Ilium Was Trephined for Iliac Abscess
, The Lancet 135(3475): 743-744 (1890)

Two Cases of Cheyne-Stokes Respiration in Chronic Bright'S Disease, in one of which that Symptom Was Recovered fro M
, The Lancet 135(3475): 744-745 (1890)

Operation for Badly United Fracture of Femur Fifteen Months Previously
, The Lancet 135(3475): 745-746 (1890)

A new Operation for the Relief of Entropion of the Upper Eyelid
, The Lancet 135(3475): 748-749 (1890)

A Case of Hydrochloric Acid Poisoning, Fatal on the Ninety-Fourth day
, The Lancet 135(3476): 797-798 (1890)

Retroversion of the Gravid Uterus; Reposition and Recovery
, The Lancet 135(3476): 799-800 (1890)

A Plug and Dilator for use After the Operation for Inguinal Colotomy
, The Lancet 135(3476): 809-810 (1890)

On Acute Intestinal Obstruction and its Treatment by Abdominal Section, with Illustrative Cases
, The Lancet 135(3477): 844-846 (1890)

The Skewer Method of Preventing Hmorrhage During Operations
, The Lancet 135(3477): 847-848 (1890)

A Case of Severe Chorea, Terminating Fatally from Acute Paralytic Distension of the Stomach
, The Lancet 135(3477): 848-849 (1890)

The Composition of Beef-Tea, and its Value as Compared with some other Preparations of Beef
, The Lancet 135(3477): 849-850 (1890)

A Case of Acute Pemphigus, with Transference of the Local Lesion by Direct Contagion
, The Lancet 135(3477): 850-851 (1890)

A Case of Supra-Pubic Lithotomy with Suture of the Bladder
, The Lancet 135(3478): 898-899 (1890)

A Case of Intussusception of Nine Days' Duration Successfully Treated by Inflation
, The Lancet 135(3479): 961-962 (1890)

Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford. Three Cases of Abdominal Section; Remarks
, The Lancet 135(3480): 1014-1015 (1890)

A Contribution to the Clinical History of Graves' Disease (Exophthalmic Goitre)
, The Lancet 135(3481): 1055-1057 (1890)

On the Removal of Pymic Thrombi from the Lateral Sinus
, The Lancet 135(3482): 1114-1118 (1890)

Notes of a Case of Thrombosis of the Cerebral Sinuses
, The Lancet 135(3483): 1171-1172 (1890)

A Case of Large Mucous Polypus Growing from the Laryngeal Portion of the Pharyn X
, The Lancet 135(3483): 1173-1174 (1890)

The Influenza Epidemic at the State Criminal Lunatic Asylum, Broadmoor, Berks
, The Lancet 135(3484): 1235-1236 (1890)

On Head-Nodding and Head-Jerking in Children, Commonly Associated with Nystagmus
, The Lancet 135(3485): 1293-1295 (1890)

Collapse Following the Internal Adminis. Tration of Salicylate of Sodiu M
, The Lancet 135(3485): 1299-1300 (1890)

Traumatic Subclavian Aneurysm ; Ligature of Innominate and Carotid Arteries ; Death
, The Lancet 135(3486): 1352-1353 (1890)

St. Thomas'S Hospital. Inversion of the Uterus, Due to a Large Polypus ; Superficial Necrosis of Both Uterus and Tumour; Sudden Extrusion of the Entire Mass Through the Vulva; Removal of Tumour, with Subsequent Reduction of the Inversion ; Remarks
, The Lancet 135(3486): 1355-1357 (1890)

On a Method of Making Plaster Splints, more Especially for the Treatment of Fractures of the Leg
, The Lancet 135(3487): 1418-1419 (1890)

Belgrave Hospital for Children. a Case of Operation for Deviated Septum; Remarks
, The Lancet 135(3487): 1425-1426 (1890)

Two Cases of Gastro-Enterostomy for Pyloric Carcinoma
, The Lancet 136(3489): 68-69 (1890)

Urethral Calculus of Large Size in a Boy two Years and a Half Old; Operation ; Cure
, The Lancet 136(3489): 72-73 (1890)

A new Operation for Prolapsus or Procidentia of the Rectu M
, The Lancet 136(3490): 117-118 (1890)

Wolverhampton General Hospital. some Cases of Tracheotomy for Scald of the Larynx; Remarks
, The Lancet 136(3490): 125-126 (1890)

The Operative Treatment of Dislocations Irreducible by Ordinary Means
, The Lancet 136(3491): 172-173 (1890)

On the use of the Dental Trephine in the Treatment of Spurs and Deviations of the Nasal Septum and Synech of the Nasal Foss
, The Lancet 136(3491): 173-174 (1890)

Voyaging for Health: a Contribution to the Therapeutics of the Sea
, The Lancet 136(3492): 226-228 (1890)

Uterine Hq Morrhage After the Menopause not Dependent on Malignant Growths
, The Lancet 136(3492): 228-230 (1890)

A Case of Exploration of the Pylorus for Supposed Obstruction
, The Lancet 136(3492): 230-231 (1890)

Cumberland Infirmary. a Case of Chorea, with Aphasia, Followed by Acute Rheumatism; Remarks
, The Lancet 136(3492): 234-235 (1890)

Congenital Enlargement of the Thyroid; Removal; Recovery
, The Lancet 136(3493): 279-280 (1890)

The Malarial Fever of Mauritius; its Microbic Origin and its Complications
, The Lancet 136(3495): 391-392 (1890)

The Conditions which give Rise to the So-Called "Ballooning" of the Rectu M
, The Lancet 136(3495): 392-393 (1890)

Five Consecutive Cases of Gunshot Wounds of the AbdominaIViscera Treated by Laparotomy
, The Lancet 136(3498): 556-558 (1890)

On the Analgesic Value of Antipyrin Intra- and Post-Partu M
, The Lancet 136(3499): 605-607 (1890)

The Comparative Climatology of London and the Chief English Health Resorts
, The Lancet 136(3499): 609-612 (1890)

Adenoid Growths in the Nasopharynx, Commonly Called Post-Nasal Growths
, The Lancet 136(3499): 614-616 (1890)

Observations on the Administration and Dangers of Ansthetics
, The Lancet 136(3500): 659-661 (1890)

Perforating Gunshot Wounds of the Chest and of the Wrist-Joint, Both in the Same Patient, and Followed by Recovery
, The Lancet 136(3500): 661-662 (1890)

A Case of Patent Foramen Ovale, with An Attempt to Explain the Symptoms Observed
, The Lancet 136(3500): 664-665 (1890)

The True Nature of Subungual Exostosis of the Great Toe
, The Lancet 136(3500): 666-667 (1890)

On the Association of Oxalate of Lime Crystals in the Urine with Hq Maturia or Hq Moglobinuria
, The Lancet 136(3501): 709-711 (1890)

Note on the Value of a Saturated Solution of Epsom Salts in the Treatment of Acute Dysentery
, The Lancet 136(3501): 711-713 (1890)

Three Cases of Infective Pneumonia Occurring in one Family
, The Lancet 136(3502): 760-761 (1890)

A new Means to Assist in the Removal of Intra-Vesical Growths Through a Supra-Pubic Cystotomy
, The Lancet 136(3503): 809-810 (1890)

On Amenorrha with Mental Depression, and from Mental Shock
, The Lancet 136(3503): 810-811 (1890)

An Analysis of one Hundred Cases of Cataract Extraction
, The Lancet 136(3504): 869-870 (1890)

Note on a new Method of Bleeding in some Forms of Pulmonary Congestion, with Four Cases
, The Lancet 136(3505): 915-916 (1890)

Notes of Three Cases of Severe Injuries Caused by the Explosion of a Cannon During a Guy Fawkes' Celebration
, The Lancet 136(3505): 916-917 (1890)

The Aniline Dyes as Antiseptics, and their use in Practice
, The Lancet 136(3506): 965-966 (1890)

An Operation for Vesico-Vaginal Fistula Through a Supra-Pubic Opening in the Bladder
, The Lancet 136(3506): 966-967 (1890)

Calculus Impacted in the Ureter for Twenty Years; Removal; Recovery
, The Lancet 136(3506): 967-968 (1890)

Expectant Treatment Versus Operative Interference in Cases of Tubercular Joint Disease
, The Lancet 136(3507): 1018-1020 (1890)

Case of Diaphragmatic Hernia; Perforation of the Stomach Within the Pleural Cavity
, The Lancet 136(3508): 1095-1096 (1890)

Demonstration of Cases Treated by Koch'S Anti-Tubercular Liquid
, The Lancet 136(3508): 1120-1122 (1890)

Impressions of the Results of Dr. Koch'S Treatment of Tuberculosis
, The Lancet 136(3509): 1149-1151 (1890)

Supra-Vaginal (Abdominal) Hysterectomy with the Scissors
, The Lancet 136(3509): 1155-1156 (1890)

Intense Hypersthesia of the Stomach, Associated with An Excessive Formation of Acid
, The Lancet 136(3510): 1212-1213 (1890)

Improved Pedal Attachment for the Administration of Nitrous Oxide Gas
, The Lancet 136(3511): 1274-1275 (1890)

The Bacillus Coli as a Cause of Enteric Fever (Rodet)
, The Lancet 136(3512): 1326-1327 (1890)

Persistent Dandruff, Acne, and the Seborrha of Unna
, The Lancet 136(3513): 1376-1378 (1890)

The Employment of Pilocarpine in Certain Affections of the Ear and the Abuses of this Remedy
, The Lancet 137(3514): 10-11 (1891)

Diverticulum of Oesophagus Causing Obstruction; Gastrostomy; Death Six Years Afterwards
, The Lancet 137(3514): 11-13 (1891)

On An Epidemic of Measles at the Foundling Hospital
, The Lancet 137(3514): 15-16 (1891)

On the Stenosis of the Trachea and Larynx which Occasionally Follows the use of a Tracheotomy Tube; with Remarks on the Present Position of Intubation.1
, The Lancet 137(3515): 76-78 (1891)

Cholecystotomy for Gall-Stones, Performed on the Strength of Symptoms Without Physical Signs
, The Lancet 137(3515): 79-80 (1891)

A Case of Aneurysm of the ExternaIIliac Artery Cured by Compression
, The Lancet 137(3515): 80-81 (1891)

Remarks on the Administration of Anq Sthetics in Oral and Nasal Surgery
, The Lancet 137(3515): 81-82 (1891)

Kasr-El Aini Hospital, Cairo. Ligature of the Abdominal Aorta for Ruptured Aneurysm of that Vessel ; Death
, The Lancet 137(3515): 85-86 (1891)

Bath Lift for the Paralysed and Helpless and for Prolonged Immersion
, The Lancet 137(3515): 92-93 (1891)

An Improved Insufflator with Adjustable Tongue Depressor
, The Lancet 137(3515): 93-94 (1891)

On the Stenosis of the Trachea and Larynx which Occasionally Follows the use of a Tracheotomy Tube;
, The Lancet 137(3516): 137-139 (1891)

A Case of Epilepsy Following on a Depressed Fracture Produced by Forceps at Birth After An Interval of Fourteen Years;
, The Lancet 137(3516): 139-140 (1891)

Ileostomy, and Digital Dilatation of SmalIIntestine
, The Lancet 137(3517): 221-222 (1891)

Hodgkin'S Disease; Pyrexia; Sudden Death, with Copious Sanguineous Effusion into the Lung
, The Lancet 137(3518): 244-245 (1891)

Fibromata of the Naso-Pharyngeal Space, their Successful Treatment by new Methods
, The Lancet 137(3518): 246-247 (1891)

Gastrotomy ; Removal from the Stomach of a Skewer which Had Been Swallowed, and Had Penetrated the Thoracic Wall; Recovery
, The Lancet 137(3518): 249-250 (1891)

Spontaneous Amputation of the Small Toe in Africans
, The Lancet 137(3519): 306-307 (1891)

Remarks on the Operation of Ileo-Colostomy for Organic Disease of the Ccum, Causing Obstruction
, The Lancet 137(3520): 358-359 (1891)

Note on Aldepalmitic Acid, the Recently Discovered Chief Component of the Butter of the Cow
, The Lancet 137(3520): 389-390 (1891)

Narrative of a Case in which An Enlarged Spleen Associated with a Large Increase of the White Corpuscles Disappeared Under Treatment
, The Lancet 137(3521): 422-423 (1891)

The Treatment of Chronic Disease of the Uterine Appendages
, The Lancet 137(3521): 458-459 (1891)

The Value of Diminished Electrical Resistance of the Human Body as a Symptom in Graves' Disease
, The Lancet 137(3522): 483-485 (1891)

On the Operative Treatment of Disease of the Uterine Appendages
, The Lancet 137(3522): 513-514 (1891)

On the Effect of the Division of Certain Constituents of the Spermatic Cord in the Radical Cure of Varicocele and other Operations Upon the Vitality of the Testicle
, The Lancet 137(3523): 532-533 (1891)

Practical Notes on the Administration of Ether and Chlorofor M.1
, The Lancet 137(3524): 591-593 (1891)

A Note on the Bone Lesions (Usually Insidious) of Mammary Carcinoma
, The Lancet 137(3524): 595-596 (1891)

Intestinal Obstruction Caused by Tumour; Ileostomy; Disappearance of Tumour; Subsequent Enterorraphy; Recovery
, The Lancet 137(3525): 646-647 (1891)

The Diagnostic Value of the Physical Sign "Tracheal Tugging" in Thoracic Aneurys M
, The Lancet 137(3525): 650-651 (1891)

Case of Puerperal Fever Commencing Nine Days After Delivery
, The Lancet 137(3525): 657-658 (1891)

On the Effect of the Division of Certain Constituents of the Spermatic Cord in the Radical Cure of Varicocele
, The Lancet 137(3525): 688-689 (1891)

On Peroxide of Hydrogen, or Ozone Water, as a Remedy.: Continued from a Research Commenced in the year 1858 1
, The Lancet 137(3526): 707-709 (1891)

A Case of Ulceration of the Trachea Produced by Intubation
, The Lancet 137(3526): 713-714 (1891)

The Hyderabad Commission and the use of Chlorofor M
, The Lancet 137(3526): 740-741 (1891)

On, Peroxide of Hydrogen, or Ozone Water, as a Remedy
, The Lancet 137(3527): 760-763 (1891)

On the Physiology of Asphyxia and on the Ansthetic Action of Pure Nitrogen
, The Lancet 137(3528): 814-815 (1891)

Observations on Additional Cases Illustrating Hepatic Surgery
, The Lancet 137(3528): 821-823 (1891)

The Importance of the Post-Prostatic (Or Trigonal) Pouch in the Surgery of Vesical Calculus, Illustrated by Several Cases
, The Lancet 137(3529): 867-869 (1891)

Traumatic Contraction of Fingers Treated During Hypnosis
, The Lancet 137(3529): 876-877 (1891)

The Bulbar Crises of Diphtheritic Paralysis Occurring in Children
, The Lancet 137(3530): 927-928 (1891)

On Koch'S Treatment in Tuberculosis of the Lung and in Lupus Vulgaris
, The Lancet 137(3531): 974-979 (1891)

Note on a Successful Case of Sophagotomy for Removal of a Tooth-Plate Impacted in the Sophagus for Five Years and Nine Months
, The Lancet 137(3531): 979-980 (1891)

A Rare Form of Hydatid of the Liver Treated by the Cautery
, The Lancet 137(3531): 982-983 (1891)

Report of 104 Cases of Entire Excision of the Tongue for Cancer
, The Lancet 137(3532): 1032-1035 (1891)

Rupture of Gall-Bladder. Retention of a Considerable Quantity of Bile in the Peritoneal Cavity for Five Weeks; Operation; Recovery
, The Lancet 137(3533): 1091-1092 (1891)

Sussex County Hospital. a Case of Right Diaphragmatic Hernia; Death; Necropsy
, The Lancet 137(3533): 1095-1096 (1891)

Koch'S Treatment at the Royal National Hospital for Consumption, Ventnor
, The Lancet 137(3534): 1141-1143 (1891)

On the Action of MethyIViolet (Pyoktanin), with Especial Reference to its use in Gonorrha and in the Treatment of Ulcers
, The Lancet 137(3534): 1147-1148 (1891)

The Treatment of Chronic Diseases of the Heart by Means of Baths and Gymnastics
, The Lancet 137(3535): 1199-1200 (1891)

Case of Cerebral Abscess, Localised by "Focal" Symptoms, and Successfully Treated by Trephining; Intercurrent Hq Maturia
, The Lancet 137(3535): 1200-1202 (1891)

Note on a Case of Empyema Treated Successfully by Resection of the Ribs
, The Lancet 137(3535): 1202-1203 (1891)

Johanniter Hospital, Beirut, Syria. a Record of some Cases Injected with Tuberculinum Koch II
, The Lancet 137(3535): 1204-1206 (1891)

An Analysis of 1008 Cases of Scarlet Fever Admitted into the South-Western Fever Hospital During the year 1890
, The Lancet 137(3536): 1249-1251 (1891)

Fatal Tetany as a Sequela of Dilatation of the Stomach
, The Lancet 137(3536): 1251-1252 (1891)

A Case of Vaginitis with Gas Cysts, or So-Called "Emphysematous Vaginitis."
, The Lancet 137(3536): 1252-1254 (1891)

On Departure from the Normal Length of Bones Following Injuries and Diseases of the Epiphysial Line
, The Lancet 137(3536): 1254-1255 (1891)

On the Treatment of Syphilis, Especially of the Nervous System, by the Subcutaneous Injection of Perchloride of Mercury
, The Lancet 137(3536): 1255-1256 (1891)

Ovarian Cyst: in a Woman Aged Thirty-Five, who Had Never Menstruated Until Probably the Cystic Change Had Begun in the Ovary
, The Lancet 137(3537): 1310-1311 (1891)

Two Cases of Foot-And-Mouth Disease in the Human Subject
, The Lancet 137(3537): 1311-1312 (1891)

St. George'S Hospital. a Case of Intussusception ; Laparotomy; Recurrence of Intussusception ; Death
, The Lancet 137(3537): 1312-1313 (1891)

Victoria Hospital for Children. a Case of Intussusception; Reduction by Inflation; Continuance of Symptoms; Subsequent Laparotomy ; Death
, The Lancet 137(3537): 1313-1314 (1891)

A Case of Recovery from Acute Infective Endocarditis
, The Lancet 137(3538): 1375-1377 (1891)

Treatment of Goitre by Partial Excision, with Four Cases
, The Lancet 137(3538): 1378-1379 (1891)

Cases of Intestinal Obstruction Treated by Laparotomy
, The Lancet 137(3539): 1422-1423 (1891)

The use of Acetanilide in the Treatment of Acute and Chronic Bronchitis
, The Lancet 137(3539): 1424-1426 (1891)

Notes on a Case of Gunshot Injury of the Arm; Amputation Through the Surgical Neck of the Humerus; Recovery
, The Lancet 138(3540): 11-12 (1891)

Notes on a Case of Aneurysm of the Abdominal Aorta
, The Lancet 138(3540): 12-13 (1891)

Extensive Hydatid Disease of the Abdomen; Recovery
, The Lancet 138(3540): 9-11 (1891)

On the use of Modified Opium-Smoking in Pulmonary Tuberculosis
, The Lancet 138(3541): 60-61 (1891)

The Practical Electro-Therapeutics of Graves' Disease
, The Lancet 138(3541): 64-66 (1891)

On the Value of Suspension in the Treatment of Tabes Dorsalis
, The Lancet 138(3542): 114-117 (1891)

Paroxysmal Heart Hurry Associated with Visceral Disorders.1
, The Lancet 138(3542): 118-119 (1891)

More than two Hundred Cases of Influenza Treated with Large Doses of Salicin
, The Lancet 138(3542): 121-122 (1891)

Four Cases of Osteomalacia Occurring in Insane Patients
, The Lancet 138(3543): 169-171 (1891)

The Mortality of Ten Thousand General Surgical Operations in the Kashmir Mission Hospital
, The Lancet 138(3543): 171-172 (1891)

Observations on the Occurrence of An Epidemic of Gastrointestinal Catarrh
, The Lancet 138(3544): 228-229 (1891)

Supposed Death from Ptomaine Poisoning After Eating Tinned Salmon
, The Lancet 138(3544): 266-267 (1891)

On Tuberculin in Relation to Surgical Tuberculous Diseases.1
, The Lancet 138(3545): 283-285 (1891)

A Case of Strangulated Retro-Peritoneal Hernia (Mesenteric Hernia of Cooper)
, The Lancet 138(3545): 286-287 (1891)

An Anatomico-Physiological Contribution on the Ossicula Auditus
, The Lancet 138(3545): 287-288 (1891)

A Case of General Paralysis of the Insane, with "Crossed Reflexes."
, The Lancet 138(3545): 288-289 (1891)

Colotomy for Malignant Disease Performed in a Cottage; Recovery
, The Lancet 138(3545): 289-290 (1891)

An Electric Transformer for Surgical, Medical, and Dental Purposes
, The Lancet 138(3545): 292-293 (1891)

A Case of Hepatic Abscess Implicating the Pleura, Lung, Kidney, and Colon; Recovery
, The Lancet 138(3547): 417-419 (1891)

A Case of Uniocular Proptosis with Intracranial Bruit and Ophthalmoplegia; Ligature of Carotid;
, The Lancet 138(3548): 476-477 (1891)

Notes of two Hundred Cases of Influenza in Sheffield
, The Lancet 138(3548): 477-478 (1891)

On some Exceptional Cases of Operation for Cataract
, The Lancet 138(3548): 479-480 (1891)

On the Radical Cure of Hernia, with Especial Reference to Certain Methods of Operating
, The Lancet 138(3550): 599-601 (1891)

Remarks on the Pathogeny of Cancer, with Special Reference to the Microbe Theory
, The Lancet 138(3550): 606-607 (1891)

Charing-Cross Hospital. Nephro-Lithotomy; Twenty Calculi Removed from the Left Kidney; Recovery
, The Lancet 138(3550): 611-612 (1891)

Leeds GeneraIInfirmapy. a Case of Spontaneous Rupture of the Bladder
, The Lancet 138(3550): 612-613 (1891)

The Permanent Cure of Stricture by External Urethrotomy
, The Lancet 138(3551): 652-654 (1891)

Cases of Tumour of Nerve Trunks, Illustrating the Results of Excision of the Tumour Along with the Affected Portion of Nerve
, The Lancet 138(3551): 654-657 (1891)

A Case of "Anthrax" Successfully Treated by Excision and MercuriaIIrrigation
, The Lancet 138(3551): 658-659 (1891)

On Saline Transfusions in Cholera, Hmorrhage, and Chloroform Collapse
, The Lancet 138(3552): 701-702 (1891)

Chloride of Ammonium in the Treatment of Hepatic Disease
, The Lancet 138(3552): 706-708 (1891)

Remarks on the Malarial Fevers of the Peshavvue Valley, and their Prophylactic Treatment
, The Lancet 138(3552): 710-713 (1891)

New Method of Removing Foreign Bodies from the Ear
, The Lancet 138(3553): 763-764 (1891)

A Case of Carcinoma of the Brain, Secondary to that of the Breast
, The Lancet 138(3553): 764-766 (1891)

Suppurating Hydatid of the Liver, Simulating Gall-Stones; Rupture Through the Lung.1
, The Lancet 138(3554): 804-805 (1891)

The use of Atropine in the Administration of Chlorofor M
, The Lancet 138(3554): 843-844 (1891)

A Study of the Pulse in Stupor (" Stenotic Dystrophoneurosis")
, The Lancet 138(3555): 866-867 (1891)

Suppression of Urine in a Case of Single Kidney, with An Unusual Malformation of the Generative Organs
, The Lancet 138(3555): 869-870 (1891)

The Direct Representation of the Medical Profession
, The Lancet 138(3555): 896-897 (1891)

Recent Experiences in the Treatment of Tuberculosis (With Special Reference to Pulmonary Consumption) by Koch'S Method
, The Lancet 138(3556): 917-920 (1891)

A Case of Successful Removal of a Fragment of Steel from the Retina by Means of the Electro-Magnet
, The Lancet 138(3556): 926-927 (1891)

Lectures on the Various Forms of Hysterical or Functional Paralysis
, The Lancet 138(3557): 969-973 (1891)

Acute Primary CerebraIInflammation, Producing Hemiplegia and other Forms of Paralysis
, The Lancet 138(3557): 973-974 (1891)

A Case of Acute Perforating or Ulcerative Aortitis in which the Bacilli of Anthrax Were Found
, The Lancet 138(3558): 1033-1035 (1891)

Acute Rheumatism and the Temporo-Maxillary Joint."
, The Lancet 138(3559): 1127-1128 (1891)

Lesions of the Pre-Frontal Lobes as a Cause of Motor Symptoms on the Same Side
, The Lancet 138(3559): 1129-1130 (1891)

Two Cases of Amputation of the Entire Upper Extremity
, The Lancet 138(3560): 1158-1159 (1891)

Two Cases of Traumatic Epilepsy Treated by Trephining
, The Lancet 138(3560): 1159-1161 (1891)

The Approaching Election of Direct Representatives
, The Lancet 138(3560): 1194-1195 (1891)

Statistics of Eighth-Five Operations for Strangulated Hernia in Hospital Practice
, The Lancet 138(3561): 1217-1218 (1891)

Pulsations and Murmurs in the Great Veins of the Neck;
, The Lancet 138(3562): 1268-1270 (1891)

Spear Wound in the Abdomen, and Subsequent Recovery of Patient
, The Lancet 138(3563): 1332-1333 (1891)

Bloodletting for the Relief of Cerebral Congestion Following Inluenza
, The Lancet 138(3563): 1333-1334 (1891)

The Sanitation of Florence and Sir Douglas Galton'S Report
, The Lancet 138(3564): 1414-1415 (1891)

"Acute Rheumatism and the Temporomaxillary Articulation."
, The Lancet 138(3565): 1468-1469 (1891)

On the Treatment of Spreading Ulcer of the Cornea with Hypopion
, The Lancet 139(3566): 15-16 (1892)

Treatment of Fractures of Tibiamore Especially Compoundby Means of Screw Extension
, The Lancet 139(3566): 20-21 (1892)

"Acute Rheumatism and the Temporomaxillary Joint."
, The Lancet 139(3566): 55-56 (1892)

The Bearing of Recent Biological Researches on the Practice of Medicine and Surgery
, The Lancet 139(3568): 129-131 (1892)

Perineal Drainage in Inveterate Stricture of the Penile Part of the Urethra
, The Lancet 139(3568): 132-133 (1892)

On the Origin and Spread of Leprosy at Parcent in Spain
, The Lancet 139(3568): 134-136 (1892)

The Treatment of "Attic" Suppuration by Excision of the Membrana Tympani and Auditory Ossicles.1
, The Lancet 139(3568): 136-138 (1892)

Case of a Bronchiectatic Abscess Due to the Impaction of An O'Dwyer'S Tube
, The Lancet 139(3569): 188-190 (1892)

A Case of Anmia, Consequent Upon Lung Disease and Starvation, Treated by Transfusion of Blood and Saline Fluid
, The Lancet 139(3569): 192-193 (1892)

Pathological Conditions in the Mamma Associated with Cancer
, The Lancet 139(3569): 222-223 (1892)

A Suggestion for the Treatment of Irreducible Intussusception of the Bowels
, The Lancet 139(3569): 223-224 (1892)

Food Intemperance : Hyperphagy, Poly Phagy, Opsomania, Sitomania
, The Lancet 139(3569): 225-226 (1892)

Observations on Certain Disputed Points in Renal Pathology.1
, The Lancet 139(3570): 248-249 (1892)

Retro-Pharyngeal Abscess in Infancy and its Treatment
, The Lancet 139(3572): 350-352 (1892)

The Mechanism of Delivery of the Ftal Head in Vertex Presentations; also the Perineum in Labour and its Management
, The Lancet 139(3572): 355-357 (1892)

Note of a Case of Tumour of the Brain the Result of An Apoplexy
, The Lancet 139(3572): 357-358 (1892)

Remarks on the Operation of Excision of the Breast and its Aftertreatment
, The Lancet 139(3573): 411-412 (1892)

A Complicated Case of Fractures of Lower Limb, Treated by a Modification of the Double Inclined Plane
, The Lancet 139(3573): 415-416 (1892)

On Irreducible Dislocations of the Great Toe and of the Thumb Successfully Treated by Operation
, The Lancet 139(3574): 459-461 (1892)

With a Note on the Action of this Treatment, and of some Antiseptic Injections on the Gonorrhal Discharge,
, The Lancet 139(3574): 461-462 (1892)

On a Case of Hereditary Suppression of Fingers, and the Relation of this Kind of Defect to Crooked Little Finger, with Remarks on the Disappearing Little Toe
, The Lancet 139(3574): 462-464 (1892)

A Case of Scirrhus of the Brain Secondary to that of the Breast
, The Lancet 139(3574): 464-466 (1892)

A Case of Influenza Pneumonia Treated by the External Application of Cold
, The Lancet 139(3574): 466-467 (1892)

Twenty Cases of Fibro - Myoma and other Morbid Conditions of the Uterus Treated by Apostoli'S Method
, The Lancet 139(3574): 467-468 (1892)

An Inquiry into the Relation that Exists Between Mild and Severe Forms of some Diseases
, The Lancet 139(3574): 469-470 (1892)

Some Remarks on Dr. Ruffer'S Last Publication on the Destruction of Micro Organisms by Amboid Cells
, The Lancet 139(3575): 521-522 (1892)

On Amputation at the Hip-Joint; with Record of Ten Cases
, The Lancet 139(3576): 570-571 (1892)

St. Bartholomew'S Hospital. Acute Yellow Atrophy of Liver; Necropsy
, The Lancet 139(3577): 630-631 (1892)

Chislehurst, Sidcup, and Cray Valley Cottage Hospital. Complete Excision of the Right Elbow-Joint Twice Within Seven Months ; Result
, The Lancet 139(3577): 631-632 (1892)

Pulsations and Murmurs in the Great Veins of the Neck:
, The Lancet 139(3579): 740-741 (1892)

A Case of Strangulated Femoral and Obturator Hern I
, The Lancet 139(3579): 744-745 (1892)

On a Method Better than Suspension of Applying a Plaster Jacket
, The Lancet 139(3580): 792-793 (1892)

On the Treatment of Stricture of the Urethra by Holt'S Method of Dilatation,
, The Lancet 139(3580): 793-794 (1892)

Chronic Interstitial Mastitis (Tubercular) with Carcinoma
, The Lancet 139(3580): 795-796 (1892)

The Influence of Mental Disturbance in Producing Organic Disease
, The Lancet 139(3582): 904-905 (1892)

Cure of Stricture of the Urethra by Means of Physiological Rest
, The Lancet 139(3582): 906-907 (1892)

Relation of Influenza to Climatic Conditions and to Zymotic and Respiratory Diseases
, The Lancet 139(3582): 909-910 (1892)

Note of a Case Where a Mass of Lead Was Impacted in the Tympanic Cavity, and Removed by the Aid of Metallic Mercury
, The Lancet 139(3583): 970-971 (1892)

A Case of Secondary Cancer of the Rib, Vertebr, and Ovary,
, The Lancet 139(3584): 1024-1025 (1892)

Dissecting Aneurysm of the Thoracic and Abdominal Aorta, the Innominate and Common Iliac Arteries
, The Lancet 139(3585): 1068-1070 (1892)

The Holy Places of Arabia: their Water-Supply and General Sanitary Condition
, The Lancet 139(3585): 1072-1075 (1892)

Remarks on some Forms of Acute Urine Fever in Surgical Practice
, The Lancet 139(3586): 1126-1127 (1892)

Vacuolation of Nerve-Cell Nuclei in the Cortex in two Cases of Cerebral Concussion
, The Lancet 139(3586): 1127-1129 (1892)

Concealed Ante-Partum Hq Morrhage and Placental Apoplexy.21
, The Lancet 139(3588): 1237-1238 (1892)

Royal Free Hospital. a Case of Recovery After Complete Paraplegia Dependent on Fracture Dislocation in the Upper Dorsal Region of the Spine
, The Lancet 139(3588): 1242-1243 (1892)

Intravenous Injection of "Normal" Salt Solution for the Grave Hmorrhages of Midwifery
, The Lancet 139(3589): 1289-1291 (1892)

A Modification of the Operation of Partial or Complete Excision of the Tongue
, The Lancet 139(3589): 1291-1292 (1892)

Treatment of a Case of Chronic Pleurisy by Continuous Drainage
, The Lancet 139(3589): 1298-1299 (1892)

Note on the Fevers Prevalent on the Shores of the Mediterranean and Red Seas
, The Lancet 139(3590): 1359-1360 (1892)

On the Advisability of Adopting the Term "Tropical Measles."
, The Lancet 139(3591): 1413-1416 (1892)

Lithotrity. Case of Stone in the Bladder Treated with the Brise-Coque,
, The Lancet 14(350): 240-242 (1830)

Case of Enlarged Spleen Occurring Without Any Known Cause
, The Lancet 14(358): 585-586 (1830)

Aberdeen Ophthalmic Institution. Case of Dislocation of the Crystalline Lens, &c
, The Lancet 14(362): 737-738 (1830)

Inflammation of the Pleura, Lungs, and Pericardium, Mistaken for Rheumatis M
, The Lancet 14(364): 828-832 (1830)

Case of After-Haemorrhage in Compound Fracture of the Leg
, The Lancet 14(364): 841-843 (1830)

An Inquiry into the Circumstances which have Brought into Disrepute the Operation of Firing
, The Lancet 14(364): 843-844 (1830)

Excision of a Congenital Tuberculous Tumour Occurring in An Infant
, The Lancet 14(364): 845-847 (1830)

Mr. Castle'S Case of Stone, Treated by Baron Heurteloup
, The Lancet 14(365): 863-865 (1830)

A Case of Intussusception Associated with Cancer of the Ccu M
, The Lancet 140(3592): 15-16 (1892)

Remarks on the Evacuation of Debris After Lithotrity
, The Lancet 140(3592): 17-18 (1892 )

The Elimination of Water and the Pathology of Dropsy
, The Lancet 140(3593): 81-84 (1892)

Some Points in the Etiology and Pathology of Diabetes Mellitus
, The Lancet 140(3593): 85-86 (1892)

A Preliminary Note on Flexion and Version of the Uterus
, The Lancet 140(3594): 136-137 (1892)

The Electrical Resistance of the Urine as An Aid in Diagnosis."
, The Lancet 140(3594): 140-141 (1892)

Gastric Ulcer with Hmorrhage, Terminating Fatally from Thrombosis of Pulmonary Artery
, The Lancet 140(3594): 141-142 (1892)

A Demonstration of Acute Pneumonia, its Forms and Issues.1
, The Lancet 140(3595): 196-197 (1892)

Some Modes of Thermal Treatment at Strathpeffer Spa
, The Lancet 140(3595): 219-220 (1892)

A Case of Cerebellar Abscess Successfully Treated by Operation
, The Lancet 140(3596): 250-252 (1892)

A Report on Thirty-Seven Cases of Tuberculous Disease of the Hip-Joint,
, The Lancet 140(3596): 254-256 (1892)

A Report on Thirty-Seven Cases of Tuberculous Disease of the Hip-Joint, for which Excision of the Joint Was Performed in Thirty-Six Cases
, The Lancet 140(3597): 302-304 (1892)

On Missed Abortion: with Notes of Three Typical Cases
, The Lancet 140(3597): 306-307 (1892)

Unusual Effects from the use of Atropine and Homatropine Eye-Drops in Infants
, The Lancet 140(3597): 307-308 (1892)

St. Bartholomew'S Hospital. Case of Hysterical Paralysis of the Abductors of the Larynx and of the Diaphragm, Associated with Peculiar Movements of the Palate
, The Lancet 140(3597): 309-310 (1892)

The Skin Eruptions which Occur in Septicq Mia Following Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria
, The Lancet 140(3598): 362-364 (1892)

Royal Free Hospital. Primary Tuberculous Ulceration of Large Intestine
, The Lancet 140(3598): 367-368 (1892)

The Condition of Twenty-Four Cases of Empyema in Children After Cure by Resection of Rib
, The Lancet 140(3599): 414-416 (1892)

A new Method of Excising the two Upper Portions of the Rectum and the Lower Segment of the Sigmoid Flexure of the Colon
, The Lancet 140(3600): 473-476 (1892)

The Importance of Obstruction to the Outflow of Urine as a Cause of Puerperal Eclampsia.1
, The Lancet 140(3600): 477-480 (1892)

On the Influence of Nasal Stenosis on the General Health.1
, The Lancet 140(3602): 601-604 (1892)

On the Pathology of Syphilis: a Theory Founded on a Consideration of Colles' Law and other Phenomena of the Hereditary Disease
, The Lancet 140(3602): 604-605 (1892)

The Remote Effects of Peritoneal Adhesions Consequent on Removal of the Ovaries
, The Lancet 140(3602): 607-608 (1892)

Fatal Case of Asphyxia in An Infant from Foreign Body in Sophagus
, The Lancet 140(3602): 609-610 (1892)

Fracture (Dislocation) of Spine; Reduction; Temporary Recovery
, The Lancet 140(3603): 661-662 (1892)

St. Bartholomew'S Hospital. Osteo-Sarcoma of the Humerus Weighing Thirty-Three Pounds and Measuring Thirty-One Inches in Circumference; Ligature at the Subclavian Artery and Amputation at the Shoulder-Joint; Recovery
, The Lancet 140(3603): 662-663 (1892)

Bristol General Hospital. a Case of Dislocated Calcareous Lens Causing Sympathetic Irritation ; Excision
, The Lancet 140(3603): 663-664 (1892)

An Analysis Fifty Cases of Valvular Disease of the Heart, with Remarks
, The Lancet 140(3604): 707-708 (1892)

The Sanitary Condition and Sanitary Administration of Rural Districts
, The Lancet 140(3604): 715-716 (1892)

Permanganate of Potash in the Preparation of Fresh Sections
, The Lancet 140(3604): 716-717 (1892)

A Case of Cerebellar Abscess, Secondary to Ear Disease, Treated by Trephining and Drainage of Abscess; Death
, The Lancet 140(3605): 763-764 (1892)

Notes on some Cases of Diabetes Insipidus with Marked Family and Hereditary Tendencies
, The Lancet 140(3605): 767-768 (1892)

Manchester RoyaIInfirmary. a Case Illustrating the Treatment of Fq Cal Fistulq After Typhlitis
, The Lancet 140(3606): 835-836 (1892)

North-Eastern Hospital for Children. Ileo-Cq CaIIntussusception ; Injection of Water ; Laparotomy; Recovery
, The Lancet 140(3607): 880-881 (1892)

Some Practical Difficulties Arising in the Diagnosis of Phthisis Pulmonalis.1
, The Lancet 140(3608): 931-933 (1892)

Metropolitan Hospital. Compound Depressed Fracture of the Skull; Trephining ; Replantation of Bone ; Complete Closure of the Wound ; Recovery
, The Lancet 140(3609): 992-993 (1892)

Remarks on the Scope and Origin of Fibroid Phthisis
, The Lancet 140(3610): 1041-1042 (1892)

The Treatment of the Peritoneum in Abdominal Surgery.1
, The Lancet 140(3610): 1042-1044 (1892)

Alveolar Abscess ; Pyq Mia; Excision of Thrombosed Veins; Death
, The Lancet 140(3610): 1044-1045 (1892)

Hospital Federation in London for Clinical Purposes
, The Lancet 140(3610): 1062-1065 (1892)

The Ethics of Opium and Alcohol. the Anti-Opium Circular to the Medical Profession of Great Britain and Ireland
, The Lancet 140(3612): 1152-1154 (1892)

On the Method of Esmarch and Bier for the Conservative Treatment of Tuberculous Joints
, The Lancet 140(3612): 1157-1158 (1892)

Investigations into the Etiology of Mediterranean Fevers
, The Lancet 140(3614): 1265-1266 (1892)

Two Cases of Non-Suppurative Traumatic Peritonitis in Children
, The Lancet 140(3615): 1327-1328 (1892)

The Condition of the Competitors Feet After the Long Distance March
, The Lancet 140(3615): 1357-1358 (1892)

Twenty-Five Cases of Supra-Vaginal Amputation of the Cervix Uteri for Carcinoma
, The Lancet 140(3617): 1432-1433 (1892)

Case of Drainage of the Bladder Through the Perineum, with Complication
, The Lancet 140(3617): 1435-1436 (1892)

An Obscure Case of Cancer of the Pylorus Undetected During Life
, The Lancet 140(3617): 1436-1437 (1892)

Malaria with Rupture of the Spleen at the End of the first Week
, The Lancet 140(3617): 1437-1438 (1892)

Ovariotomy at the Age of Seventy-Eight Years and Five Months
, The Lancet 140(3617): 1438-1439 (1892)

A Case of Rupture of the Ligamentum Patell ; with Treatment
, The Lancet 141(3619): 15-16 (1893)

Two Cases of Strangulated Femoral Hernia with Recovery After Operation
, The Lancet 141(3619): 16-17 (1893)

The Organisation of Medical Relief in the Metropolis
, The Lancet 141(3619): 45-47 (1893)

"On the Diagnosis of the Different Forms of Prostatic Enlargement."
, The Lancet 141(3619): 59-60 (1893 )

Ophthalmic Knowledge Considered as Essential to General Medical and Surgical Work
, The Lancet 141(3620): 76-78 (1893)

The Relationship Between the Phrenic and Inferior Laryngeal Nerve,
, The Lancet 141(3621): 128-130 (1893)

A Case of Traumatic Aneurysm of the Popliteal Artery:
, The Lancet 141(3621): 130-132 (1893)

On Paracentesis of the Chest in Cases of Pulsating Pleurisy and Pneumothora X
, The Lancet 141(3621): 133-135 (1893)

Treatment of a Case of Pymia Resulting from Disease of the Middle Ear
, The Lancet 141(3621): 138-139 (1893)

Observations on the Prevalence of Typhoid Fever Amongst British Soldiers in Garrison in Egypt
, The Lancet 141(3622): 190-191 (1893)

Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, London
, The Lancet 141(3622): 194-195 (1893)

Ileo-Colic Intussusception with very Low Temperature
, The Lancet 141(3623): 244-245 (1893)

The Thyroid Treatment of Myxdema: the Selection of Thyroid Gland for Administration
, The Lancet 141(3623): 273-274 (1893)

On the Treatment of Anq Mia and Chlorosis by the Chief Iron Preparations Commonly in use
, The Lancet 141(3625): 352-356 (1893)

Royal Free Hospital. Pneumonia Followed by Ulcerative Endocarditis and Meningitis
, The Lancet 141(3625): 357-359 (1893)

Chislehurst, Sidcup and Cray Valley Cottage Hospital. a Case of Fracture with Dislocation in the t Cervical Region ; Necropsy
, The Lancet 141(3625): 359-360 (1893)

On the Treatment of Anmia and Chlorosis by the Chief Iron Preparations Commonly in use
, The Lancet 141(3626): 402-405 (1893)

A Case of Homicidal Strangulation in An Adult, with Extensive Fracture of the Laryn X
, The Lancet 141(3626): 410-411 (1893)

Some Remarks on the Pathology and Treatment of Typhoid Fever
, The Lancet 141(3627): 464-467 (1893)

Homicidal Strangulation in the Adult with Extensive Fracture of Laryn X."
, The Lancet 141(3627): 495-496 (1893)

A Case of Removal of a Portion of the Sigmoid Flexure
, The Lancet 141(3628): 521-522 (1893)

Dislocation of the Hip Occurring in Acute Rheumatis M
, The Lancet 141(3628): 524-525 (1893)

On the Organisation of Medical Relief in the Metropolis
, The Lancet 141(3628): 546-549 (1893)

On the Indications for Supra-Pubic Cystotomy in Cases of Tumour, Stone, Prostatic Retention and Cystitis
, The Lancet 141(3629): 583-586 (1893)

Resection of the Ccum, Greater Part of Ascending Colon and Five Inches of Ileum for Malignant Disease of Ascending Colon
, The Lancet 141(3630): 648-649 (1893)

A Case of Pleural Effusion at the Rate of Three and a Half Fluid Ounces An Hour
, The Lancet 141(3630): 649-650 (1893)

A Critical Examination of the So-Called "Leicester System" of Isolation and Quarantine
, The Lancet 141(3630): 671-673 (1893)

On some ClinicaIVarieties of Chronic Albuminuria, Chiefly with Regard to Prognosis
, The Lancet 141(3632): 778-781 (1893)

Observations on the Prevalence of Typhoid Fever in the Garrisons of Lower Egypt
, The Lancet 141(3632): 790-792 (1893)

On some Anomalies in the Clinical Manifestations of Enteric Fever and Pneumonia
, The Lancet 141(3633): 852-854 (1893)

Diseases of the Eye Most Frequently Met with in Gyncological and Obstetrical Practice
, The Lancet 141(3633): 854-858 (1893)

Associated Movements of the Upper Eyelid and Lower Jaw
, The Lancet 141(3633): 858-859 (1893)

Case of Embolism of the Pulmonary Artery, Death Occurring Six and a Half Hours Subsequently
, The Lancet 141(3633): 859-860 (1893)

An Analysis of one Thousand Cases of Primary Sciatica, with Special Reference to the Treatment of one Hundred Cases by Acupuncture
, The Lancet 141(3633): 860-861 (1893)

Cases of Acute Maniacal Delirium Treated by Inhalation of Chloroform and Hypodermic Injection of Morphia
, The Lancet 141(3633): 861-862 (1893)

"Treatment of Certain Cases of Shock by Saline Injections."
, The Lancet 141(3633): 887-888 (1893)

Report of the Lancet Commission Appointed to Investigate the Subject of the Administration of Chloroform and other Anesthetics from a Clinical Standpoint
, The Lancet 141(3633): 899-914 (1893)

On the Importance of Early Operation in Cases of Intestinal Obstruction
, The Lancet 141(3634): 923-924 (1893)

A Case of Gastro-Intestinal Hmorrhage in An Infant
, The Lancet 141(3634): 927-928 (1893)

Treatment of Abdomino-Thoracic Injury in the Seventeenth Century
, The Lancet 141(3634): 956-957 (1893)

Report of the Lancet Commission Appointed to Investigate the Subject of the Administration of Chloroform and other Ansthetics from a Clinical Standpoint
, The Lancet 141(3634): 971-978 (1893)

Case of Spondylolisthesis Associated with Progressive Paraplegia; Laminectomy
, The Lancet 141(3635): 991-992 (1893)

Tertian Ague Occurring During An Attack of Enteric Fever
, The Lancet 141(3635): 996-997 (1893)

The Treatment of Constitutional Syphilis by External Methods of Administration of Mercury
, The Lancet 141(3636): 1059-1061 (1893)

A Case of Nocturnal Spasm of the Larynx in An Adult
, The Lancet 141(3637): 1129-1130 (1893)

A Case of Pyloroplasty for Non-Malignant Stenosis of the Pylorus; Recovery
, The Lancet 141(3638): 1183-1185 (1893)

A Simple Method of Performing Supra-Pubic Cystotomy
, The Lancet 141(3639): 1254-1255 (1893)

Expectoration of Bronchial Casts After Hmoptysis in Phthisis
, The Lancet 141(3640): 1316-1317 (1893)

Collisions Between General Practitioners and Medical Officers of Health."
, The Lancet 141(3640): 1338-1339 (1893)

The Clinical Course, Diagnosis and Structure of Duct Cancers or Villous Carcinomas of the Breast
, The Lancet 141(3641): 1369-1372 (1893)

A Rare Case of Hereditary Syphilis, with Remarks on Interstitial Keratitis
, The Lancet 141(3641): 1372-1374 (1893)

Acute (?) Toxmic Multiple Neuritis, Terminating Fatally within Eleven Days
, The Lancet 141(3641): 1374-1375 (1893)

The Employment of Iodoform in Abdominal Operations
, The Lancet 141(3641): 1375-1377 (1893)

Double Ovariotomy for Multilocular Cysts Performed During An Attack of Peritonitis
, The Lancet 141(3642): 1440-1441 (1893)

The Symptoms and Treatment of Septic Intoxication (Saprmia) During the Puerperiu M
, The Lancet 141(3643): 1505-1506 (1893)

Two Cases of Complete Intestinal Obstruction Considered with Reference to Treatment by Abdominal Taxis
, The Lancet 141(3643): 1507-1508 (1893)

Intestinal Obstruction by a Band; Abdominal Section; Recovery
, The Lancet 141(3643): 1508-1509 (1893)

On the Minute Changes Occurring in Vesicular Emphysema
, The Lancet 142(3644): 20-21 (1893)

A Case of Pneumonia Associated with Fraenkel'S Diplococcus
, The Lancet 142(3644): 23-24 (1893)

Ligature of the ExternaIIliac Artery for Aneurysm of the Popliteal and Femoral Arteries Occurring in the Right Limb
, The Lancet 142(3644): 27-28 (1893)

Some Points of PracticaIImportance in the use of Curved Skin Incisions
, The Lancet 142(3645): 84-85 (1893)

Three Cases of Puerperal Eclampsia (Two in Sisters)
, The Lancet 142(3645): 86-87 (1893)

Compound Dislocation of the Elbow-Joint: Recovery with Unimpaired Movements of Joint
, The Lancet 142(3645): 87-88 (1893)

Melbourne Hospital, Victoria, Australia. two Cases of Cut-Throat Treated by Tracheotomy and Immediate Suture
, The Lancet 142(3645): 91-92 (1893)

Gastro-Enterostomy: Being a Modification of Senn'S Method
, The Lancet 142(3646): 129-131 (1893)

Scirrhus of the Pancreas Versus Scirrhus of the Liver
, The Lancet 142(3646): 131-133 (1893)

Obesity Treated by An Exclusively Nitrogenous Diet and Copious Libations of Warm Water
, The Lancet 142(3646): 133-134 (1893)

Notes on a Case of Chronic Eczema, Associated with the Development of Certain Nervous Symptoms (Hysteropsychopathy)
, The Lancet 142(3646): 134-135 (1893)

What Constitutes the Aching Structure in Headache?
, The Lancet 142(3647): 184-188 (1893)

Amputation at the Shoulder-Joint in a Boy Aged Six Years
, The Lancet 142(3647): 195-196 (1893)

Ganglion: Twenty-Five Consecutive Cases Successfully Treated
, The Lancet 142(3648): 242-245 (1893)

Bronchial Casts in Connexion with Mitral Regurgitation
, The Lancet 142(3648): 247-248 (1893)

Ischio-Pubiotomy: An Operation for the Contracted Pelvis of Naegele, with Report of a Successful Case
, The Lancet 142(3649): 301-302 (1893)

Three Cases of Hereditary Ataxy (Friedreich'S Disease)
, The Lancet 142(3649): 304-306 (1893)

A Case of Pancreatic Hmorrhage and Fat Necrosis, with a Consideration of Acute Inflammation of the Pancreas
, The Lancet 142(3650): 358-361 (1893)

On the Occurrence of An Organism Resembling the Plasmodium Malari in a Case of Malignant Disease of the Bladder
, The Lancet 142(3650): 361-362 (1893)

A Case of Abscess of the Liver in which the use of the Aspirator Was Misleading in Diagnosis; Operation; Recovery
, The Lancet 142(3651): 432-433 (1893)

A Fatal Case of Hernia Due to Sloughing of the Omental Stump
, The Lancet 142(3651): 434-435 (1893)

A Case of Typhoid Fever Followed by Septicmia, in which Recovery Took Place After the Inhalation of Oxygen Gas
, The Lancet 142(3651): 438-439 (1893)

On some Points in the Diagnosis of Small-Pox as Illustrated in the Warrington Epidemic
, The Lancet 142(3652): 485-488 (1893)

Acute Pericarditis, Endocarditis and Pneumonia: Complications of a Case of Acute Rheumatism; Recovery
, The Lancet 142(3652): 488-490 (1893)

Case of Tuberculous Abscesses Following the Treatment of Enlarged Cervical Glands with Tuberculin
, The Lancet 142(3652): 494-495 (1893)

A Fatal Case of Urmic Coma Occurring at the Termination of the Second Stage of Labour
, The Lancet 142(3652): 495-496 (1893)

Metropolitan Medical Schools Having a Complete Curriculu M
, The Lancet 142(3653): 559-568 (1893)

English Provincial Hospitals Having Special Classes and Facilities for Clinical Study
, The Lancet 142(3653): 577-578 (1893)

Plugged Subclavian and Innominate Veins from Injury; Sudden Death from Plugging of Pulmonary Artery
, The Lancet 142(3654): 629-631 (1893)

An Observation on the Amount of Uric Acid Eliminated During An Attack of Gout
, The Lancet 142(3654): 631-632 (1893)

The Report of the Committee on Registration of Midwives."
, The Lancet 142(3654): 653-655 (1893)

Extra-Meningeal or Subcranial Hmorrhage: with the Report of a Successful Operation
, The Lancet 142(3655): 684-687 (1893)

Extraction by Laparotomy from the Human Bladder of the Largest Stone Ever Recorded as Successfully Removed
, The Lancet 142(3655): 687-688 (1893)

Case of Acute Intestinal Abscess; Laparotomy; Recovery
, The Lancet 142(3655): 690-691 (1893)

Remarks on the Mortality and Causes of Death After Extirpation of the Breast for Cancer
, The Lancet 142(3656): 745-746 (1893)

"The Report of the Select Committee on Midwives' Registration."
, The Lancet 142(3656): 774-776 (1893)

A Further Report on the Complete Abandonment of the Cutting Operations, for Removing Calculi Entire from the Bladder, and the Methods Employed Instead in the Civil Hospital, Hyderabad, Sind
, The Lancet 142(3657): 800-804 (1893)

Jaundice, Due to Simple Obstruction, Successfully Treated by Olive Oil
, The Lancet 142(3658): 870-871 (1893)

The Advantages of Dry Desert Air and the Application of Mineral Waters in Gout, Rheumatism and Early Phthisis
, The Lancet 142(3658): 871-872 (1893)

The Complete Washing-Out of the Intestinal Tract as a Treatment for Cholera and Allied Conditions
, The Lancet 142(3659): 926-927 (1893)

Poly-Articular Rheumatoid Arthritis in a Child Six Years Old
, The Lancet 142(3659): 928-929 (1893)

A Study of the Influence of Chloroform Upon the Respiration and Circulation
, The Lancet 142(3660): 996-999 (1893)

The Treatment of Habitual Abortion by Chlorate of Potassiu M
, The Lancet 142(3661): 1057-1058 (1893)

Notes of the two Suspicious Cases of Cholera at the Coton-Hill Asylu M
, The Lancet 142(3661): 1058-1059 (1893)

Some Cases of Sporadic Cretinism, Treated by the Administration of Thyroid Extract
, The Lancet 142(3662): 1113-1116 (1893)

A Case of Sporadic Cretinism Treated by Feeding with Thyroid Extract
, The Lancet 142(3662): 1117-1118 (1893)

Some Cases of Neuralgia and Migraine Treated by the use of the Percuteur
, The Lancet 142(3662): 1125-1126 (1893)

Rodent Cancer and its Treatment by Electricity; with Cases
, The Lancet 142(3663): 1175-1177 (1893)

The Diagnosis of Paralysis of the Elevators and Depressors of the Eyeball
, The Lancet 142(3664): 1243-1244 (1893)

Rare Malformation of the Large Intestine Resulting in Fatal Strangulation
, The Lancet 142(3664): 1245-1246 (1893)

The Detachment of the Epiphysis for the Anterior Inferior Spinous Process of the Ilium Through Enforced Muscular Action
, The Lancet 142(3665): 1302-1304 (1893)

Case of Fracture of the Base of the Skull; Recovery
, The Lancet 142(3665): 1306-1307 (1893)

On Cerebrine Alpha and Myeline Alpha in the Treatment of Certain Neuroses
, The Lancet 142(3666): 1376-1378 (1893)

The Administration of Large Loses of Quinine During Pregnancy
, The Lancet 142(3666): 1378-1379 (1893)

A Case of Disease Affecting the Cervical and Lumbar Verterr
, The Lancet 142(3666): 1380-1381 (1893)

Hemiansthesia and Ataxy from Lesion in the Pons VaroIII
, The Lancet 142(3667): 1437-1439 (1893)

On the Advantage of the Steel Screw in the Treatment of Ununited Fractures
, The Lancet 142(3668): 1500-1501 (1893)

Case of Cerebellar Hmorrhage, with Hydatid Disease of Liver
, The Lancet 142(3668): 1501-1502 (1893)

On the Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus, Especially of its more Advanced Forms
, The Lancet 142(3670): 1613-1615 (1893)

Mild Influenza; Cardiac Thrombosis; Sudden Fatal Syncope
, The Lancet 142(3670): 1616-1617 (1893)

Gangrenous Abscess of the Lung; Operation; Recovery
, The Lancet 143(3672): 87-88 (1894)

Cerebral Embolism Occurring in a Girl Aged Nine Years and Eleven Months
, The Lancet 143(3673): 146-147 (1894)

The Lancet Special Sanitary Commission on Public Health Measures at Southampton
, The Lancet 143(3673): 172-174 (1894)

On some Fatal After-Effects of Chloroform on Children
, The Lancet 143(3674): 193-197 (1894)

Traumatic Subacute Peritonitis and Cysts of the Pancreas
, The Lancet 143(3674): 201-202 (1894)

Acute Absce3S of the Left Frontal Sinus Simulating Orbital Cellulitis
, The Lancet 143(3674): 204-205 (1894)

Notes on some Cases of Nervous Disease Treated with Dr. Brownsequard'S Orchitic Fluid
, The Lancet 143(3675): 263-265 (1894)

Some Practical Points Concerning the Diagnosis of Cardiac Murmurs
, The Lancet 143(3676): 325-326 (1894)

The Significance of the "Funnelshaped " and "Button-Hole" Openings in Stenosis of the Cardiac Valves
, The Lancet 143(3676): 326-327 (1894)

The Recent Pandemic of Influenza: its Place of Origin and Mode of Spread
, The Lancet 143(3676): 329-331 (1894)

Case of Hemorrhage from a Branch of the Middle Meningeal Artery; Trephining; Recovery
, The Lancet 143(3678): 469-470 (1894)

The Tartarated Sublimate Test (Spiegler'S) for Albumen in Urine, and some Errors Attending its use
, The Lancet 143(3679): 536-537 (1894)

On the Resistance Offered by the Blood Capillaries to the Circulation
, The Lancet 143(3680): 594-596 (1894)

A Case, Diagnosed as Tubercular Meningitis, Treated by Trephining and Drainage of the Subarachnoid Space; Recovery.1
, The Lancet 143(3680): 597-599 (1894)

A Case of "Suppurative Pylephlebitis" in which Laparotomy Was Performed
, The Lancet 143(3681): 663-665 (1894)

Some Advances in General and Preventive Medicine Due to Comparative Pathology
, The Lancet 143(3682): 730-733 (1894)

Two Cases of Operation for Perforated Ulcer of the Stomach
, The Lancet 143(3682): 733-734 (1894)

Esophagotomy and Gastrotomy for the Removal of a Denture with Five Artificial Teeth from the Sophagus
, The Lancet 143(3682): 734-737 (1894)

A Case of Acute Pemphigus in a Child; Gangrene of Hands and Calves; Death
, The Lancet 143(3682): 773-774 (1894)

On the Features which Distinguish Epidemic Roseola (Rose Rash) from Measles and from Scarlet Fever
, The Lancet 143(3683): 791-795 (1894)

Traumatic Pancreatic Effusion into the Lesser Peritoneal Cavity; Aspiration; Recovery
, The Lancet 143(3683): 799-801 (1894)

Supernumerary Mamma in Axilla, Forming Cyst; Excision; Cure
, The Lancet 143(3683): 801-802 (1894)

Some Remarks on Certain Pathological Conditions of the Ovaries Associated with Menorrhagia
, The Lancet 143(3684): 852-854 (1894)

Four Cases of Extra-Uterine Gestation Successfully Treated by Abdominal Section.1
, The Lancet 143(3684): 854-857 (1894)

Bichromate of Potassium as a Remedy in Gastric Affections
, The Lancet 143(3685): 923-926 (1894)

The Condition of the Pancreas in Fourteen Consecutive Cases of Diabetes Mellitus
, The Lancet 143(3685): 927-929 (1894)

Intra-Laryngeal Therapeutics, with Notes of two Cases
, The Lancet 143(3685): 930-931 (1894)

"Localised Suppurative Peritonitis with Gaseous Decomposition."
, The Lancet 143(3685): 971-972 (1894)

A Case of Cirrhosis of the Liver Presenting some Unusual Symptoms
, The Lancet 143(3686): 1000-1001 (1894)

Guy'S Hospital. Sarcoma in the Meso-Sigmoid ; Resection of Sigmoid with Growth; use of Murphy'S Button; Recovery
, The Lancet 143(3686): 1006-1007 (1894)

York County Hospital. Lympho-Sarcoma of the SmalIIntestine. Sarcoma of the Femur
, The Lancet 143(3686): 1007-1008 (1894)

On a Case of High-Lying Pyosalpinx Concealed by Retroversion of the Uterus.1
, The Lancet 143(3686): 996-999 (1894)

Can Atrophy of the Enlarged Prostate be Induced by Partial Removal?
, The Lancet 143(3686): 999-1000 (1894)

Intra-LaryngeaIInjections in the Treatment of Diseases of the Larynx, Trachea, and Bronch I
, The Lancet 143(3687): 1062-1063 (1894)

Result of a Year'S Treatment of a Case of Sporadic Cretinism by Thyroid Juice
, The Lancet 143(3687): 1063-1064 (1894)

A Case of Left Hemiplegia, Hemiansthesia, and Hemianopia from Softening: with Remarks on Diagnosis and Treatment
, The Lancet 143(3688): 1123-1124 (1894)

Enteric Fever Complicated with Diphtheria; Tracheotomy; Recovery
, The Lancet 143(3688): 1130-1131 (1894)

The Starting Points of Tuberculous Disease in Children
, The Lancet 143(3689): 1177-1181 (1894)

A Group of Cases of Hepatic Abscess, with some Remarks on their Diagnosis and Surgical Treatment
, The Lancet 143(3689): 1181-1183 (1894)

On the use of Cocaine in the Treatment of Rheumatic and other Inflammatory Conditions of the Eye
, The Lancet 143(3689): 1183-1184 (1894)

A Serious Case of Complicated Gall-Bladder Derangement Illustrating the Benefits of Operative Interference
, The Lancet 143(3689): 1184-1185 (1894)

An Acute Epizootic and Epidemic Outbreak of Hydrophobia at Madeira
, The Lancet 143(3690): 1244-1245 (1894)

Note on a Case of Adenoma of the Breast which After Nine Years Developed Carcinoma
, The Lancet 143(3690): 1245-1246 (1894)

On the Distribution of the Mortality from Influenza in England and Wales During Recent Years
, The Lancet 143(3691): 1292-1295 (1894)

A Case of Paralysis Following Diphtheria of the Genitals only
, The Lancet 143(3691): 1301-1302 (1894)

A Case of Perforated Gastric Ulcer; Gastrorrhaphy; Recovery
, The Lancet 143(3692): 1369-1370 (1894)

St. Thomas'S Hospital. a Case of Rupture of Urethra Treated by Immediate Suture of the Divided Ends of the Canal; Recovery
, The Lancet 143(3692): 1372-1373 (1894)

Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading. a Case of Perforating Gastric Ulcer; Operation; Death on the Eighth Day; Necropsy; Remarks
, The Lancet 143(3692): 1373-1374 (1894)

Adenoma of the Breast in Young Children : Treatment of Retracted Nipples
, The Lancet 143(3692): 1401-1402 (1894)

Results of the Major Amputations Treated Antiseptically in the RoyaIInfirmary, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne,
, The Lancet 143(3693): 1438-1439 (1894)

Acute Rheumatism; Hyperpyrexia; Treatment by Cold Bath; Recovery
, The Lancet 143(3693): 1445-1446 (1894)

The Notes of a Case of Malignant Stricture of the Sophagus Treated by Intubation
, The Lancet 143(3693): 1446-1447 (1894)

Csarean Section at the Beginning of the Sixth Month of Pregnancy for Pelvic Obstruction from a Large Tumour of the Uterus; Death
, The Lancet 143(3694): 1494-1495 (1894)

Remarks Upon Twenty-Eight Cases of Adult Female General Paralysis Admitted to the Royal Edinburgh Asylum During the Five Years 1889 to 1893
, The Lancet 143(3694): 1495-1497 (1894)

Two Cases of Stricture of the Intestine Successfully Treated by Enteroplasty
, The Lancet 143(3695): 1551-1553 (1894)

A Note on the Treatment of Tertiary Ulcers of the Pharynx by the Topical Application of Sulphate of Copper
, The Lancet 143(3695): 1554-1555 (1894)

The Principles of Therapeutic Progress and Success
, The Lancet 143(3695): 1556-1559 (1894)

The Report of the Sanitary Commissioner with the Government of India for 1892
, The Lancet 143(3695): 1575-1577 (1894)

Rest, Physiological and Therapeutical, in the Treatment of Eye Diseases
, The Lancet 143(3696): 1612-1613 (1894)

Some Cases of Hallux Rigidus : their Symptoms, Pathology, and Treatment
, The Lancet 143(3696): 1613-1614 (1894)

Typhoid Fever; Perforation (?) of the Intestine; Subsequent Ulceration of the Fauces; Recovery
, The Lancet 143(3696): 1614-1615 (1894)

Stone Impacted in the Ureter : its Consequences, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment
, The Lancet 143(3696): 1615-1618 (1894)

The Malignant Transformation of Benign Laryngeal Tumours as a Consequence of Endo-Lakyngeal Operations: a Rejoinder."
, The Lancet 143(3696): 1645-1646 (1894)

The Croonian Lectures on a new Departure in Connexion with Diabetes
, The Lancet 144(3697): 1-3 (1894)

On the Treatment of Urinary Fistul by Suture or Resection of the Urethra
, The Lancet 144(3697): 10-11 (1894)

A new Instrument for Surgical Drainage, and a Ready Method of Making a Self-Retaining Drainage-Tube
, The Lancet 144(3697): 13-14 (1894)

Spinal Thrombosis and Hmorrhage Due to Syphilitic Disease of the Vessels
, The Lancet 144(3697): 14-16 (1894)

Phthisical Family History in Relation to Life Assurance
, The Lancet 144(3697): 16-18 (1894)

The Treatment of Certain Conditions of the Tonsils by Means of a new Tonsil Punch
, The Lancet 144(3697): 18-19 (1894)

A Communication on the Cholera Vibrio and the Bacteriological Diagnosis of Cholera
, The Lancet 144(3697): 3-6 (1894)

"The Malignant Transformation of Benign Laryngeal Tumours as a Consequence of Endo-Laryngeal Operations."
, The Lancet 144(3698): 109-110 (1894)

Notes on the Cultivation of the Tetanus Bacillus and other Bacteriological Methods
, The Lancet 144(3698): 73-74 (1894)

A Case of Sero-Purulent Cyst, Probably of the Right SeminaIVesicle
, The Lancet 144(3698): 74-75 (1894)

New Splints for use in Fractures of the Long Bones of the Lower Extremity, Embodying the Principle of the Everted Footpiece
, The Lancet 144(3698): 84-85 (1894)

The Improbability of a Parasitic Origin of Malignant Disease
, The Lancet 144(3700): 180-182 (1894)

Closure of the Jaws from Injury and Arthritic Inflammation
, The Lancet 144(3700): 187-190 (1894)

Fatty Heart as a Cause of Sudden Death During Labour
, The Lancet 144(3700): 193-194 (1894)

The Indications for the Induction of Premature Labour
, The Lancet 144(3702): 314-316 (1894)

Note on Nine Hundred and Twentyfive Extractions of Cataract
, The Lancet 144(3702): 316-318 (1894)

Cases of Asthma at the City of London Hospital for Diseases of the Chest, Victoria Park
, The Lancet 144(3702): 318-319 (1894)

A Case of Foreign Body in the Air Passages for a Period of Nine Months
, The Lancet 144(3702): 321-322 (1894)

Treatment of Diphtheria by the Soluble Salts of Mercury
, The Lancet 144(3703): 379-380 (1894)

Aspects of Public Health in the Scandinavian Capitals
, The Lancet 144(3703): 399-401 (1894 )

Compression of the Common Carotid Arteries for Urmic Convulsions
, The Lancet 144(3704): 438-439 (1894)

English Provincial Hospitals Having Special Classes and Facilities for Clinical Study
, The Lancet 144(3705): 525-527 (1894)

Deaf-Mutism : An Examination of the Inmates of the Northern Counties Institution for the Deaf and Dumb
, The Lancet 144(3706): 566-570 (1894)

Recovery from Ovariotomy: Five Weeks Subsequently Death from Cancer of the Pancreas and Duodenu M
, The Lancet 144(3706): 573-574 (1894)

On Supra-Pubic Fixation of the Uterus in Certain Cases of Retroversion and Prolapse
, The Lancet 144(3708): 679-681 (1894)

A Case of Leucocythmia Apparently Cured by Bone Marrow
, The Lancet 144(3708): 682-683 (1894)

Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle. Ten Consecutive Cases of Operation for Diseases of the Thyroid Gland
, The Lancet 144(3708): 688-689 (1894)

A Further Contribution on An Epidemic Skin Disease
, The Lancet 144(3709): 732-733 (1894)

Royal Hospital for Children and Women, Waterloo-Road, S. E
, The Lancet 144(3709): 741-742 (1894)

The Action of Methylene Blue on Lffler'S Bacilli, with Clinical Suggestions
, The Lancet 144(3710): 792-794 (1894)

School Hygiene and the Dissemination of Infectious Diseases by Boarding Schools
, The Lancet 144(3711): 844-846 (1894)

The Effect of Thyroid Feeding on some Types of Insanity
, The Lancet 144(3711): 846-848 (1894)

Lodgment of a Half-Sovereign in the Larynx, and Subsequently in the Left Bronchus; Necropsy
, The Lancet 144(3711): 848-849 (1894)

A Successful Case of Enterectomy with the use of Murphy'S Button
, The Lancet 144(3712): 909-910 (1894)

Case of Congenital Hydronephrosis Treated Successfully by a Novel Method
, The Lancet 144(3712): 910-911 (1894)

What Should be Classed as Dangerous Infectious Diseases ?
, The Lancet 144(3713): 967-968 (1894)

On the Improbability of a Parasitic Origin of Malignant Disease.1
, The Lancet 144(3714): 1024-1025 (1894)

The Treatment of Aneurysms of Arteries of the Extremities by Extirpation of the Sac.1
, The Lancet 144(3716): 1143-1145 (1894)

A Successful Case of Laparotomy for Perforating Gastric Ulcer with Subphrenic Pneumothora X
, The Lancet 144(3716): 1147-1148 (1894)

A Visit to Paris to Inquire into the Practical Treatment of Diphtheria with Antitoxin Seru M
, The Lancet 144(3716): 1173-1175 (1894)

The Phenomena Concerned in the Production of Abdominal Dropsy
, The Lancet 144(3717): 1210-1211 (1894)

A Case of Cerebellar Abscess Successfully Treated by Operation
, The Lancet 144(3719): 1338-1341 (1894)

Pericranial Grafting in the Case of a Victim of the Hurricane in the Mauritius in 1892
, The Lancet 144(3719): 1344-1345 (1894)

Two Cases of Ovariotomy Performed Twice on the Same Patient.1
, The Lancet 144(3720): 1415-1417 (1894)

The Results of Radical Operation for Malignant Disease of the Larynx, from the Experiences of Private Practice
, The Lancet 144(3722): 1532-1535 (1894)

Heart Pain and Sensory Disorders Associated with Heart Failure
, The Lancet 145(3723): 16-22 (1895)

Cases Treated by the Tallerman-Sheffield Dry Air Bath at the North-West London Hospital.1
, The Lancet 145(3724): 112-113 (1895)

Some Cases of Graves' Disease, Succeeded by Thyroid Atrophy
, The Lancet 145(3725): 145-146 (1895)

Difficulties Under the Infectious Disease (Notification) Act
, The Lancet 145(3725): 171-172 (1895)

On a more Frequent use of Forceps in Midwifery Practice
, The Lancet 145(3726): 216-217 (1895)

Ankylosis of the Jaw of Long Standing Treated by Operation
, The Lancet 145(3727): 282-283 (1895)

Westminster Hospital. Addison'S Disease of very Rapid Course; Remarks
, The Lancet 145(3727): 283-284 (1895)

"The Absence of Sugar from Normal Urine Proved by a new and Simple Method."
, The Lancet 145(3727): 313-314 (1895)

The Influence of the Force of Gravity on the Circulation
, The Lancet 145(3728): 338-339 (1895)

A Case of Raynaud'S Disease or Neuropathic Gangrenous Trophoneurosis of the Lower Extremities
, The Lancet 145(3728): 341-342 (1895)

Charing-Cross Hospital. Enucleation of Hydatid Cyst of Liver; Recovery Remarks
, The Lancet 145(3728): 344-345 (1895)

The Means of Cultivating Organic Reactions in Air and their Relation to Zymotic Disease
, The Lancet 145(3729): 446-447 (1895)

Case of Large Polypoid Growth in the Uterus Becoming Sarcomatous;
, The Lancet 145(3730): 480-481 (1895)

A Contribution to the Pathology of Chloroform Syncope
, The Lancet 145(3730): 481-482 (1895)

Further Cases Illustrating the Results to the Employs of Imperfect Vision Testing on Railways and in the Mercantile Marine
, The Lancet 145(3730): 482-483 (1895)

Successful Ovariotomy on a Patient in her Eighty-Seventh year
, The Lancet 145(3731): 542-543 (1895)

The Presystolic Apex Murmur of Aortic Regurgitation: with Notes of a Well-Marked Example
, The Lancet 145(3732): 608-610 (1895)

Note on "The Surgical Significance of Small Calibre Rifles."
, The Lancet 145(3732): 610-612 (1895)

London Hospital. two Cases in which Small Suppurated Ovarian Cysts Were Easily Enucleated and Removed Entire
, The Lancet 145(3732): 613-614 (1895)

Basingstoke Cottage Hospital. a Case of Laparotomy; Remarks,
, The Lancet 145(3732): 614-615 (1895)

A Case of Sarcoma of the Brain Successfully Removed by Operation
, The Lancet 145(3733): 665-667 (1895)

Case of a Girl Said to have Been Miraculously Cured of Paralysis at St. Winefride'S Well, North Wales
, The Lancet 145(3733): 667-668 (1895)

The Thheory and Practice of Pro Tective Inoculations
, The Lancet 145(3733): 697-698 (1895)

A Case of Cholecystenterostomy with the use of Murphy'S Button
, The Lancet 145(3734): 741-744 (1895)

A Case of Snake-Bite Treated by Injections of Strychnine ; Recovery
, The Lancet 145(3734): 744-745 (1895)

An Operation Suggested for some Cases of Intussusception
, The Lancet 145(3735): 800-801 (1895)

The Mechanico - Gymnastic and Balneo - Therapeutic Treatment of Chronic Cardiac Disorders
, The Lancet 145(3735): 802-804 (1895)

A Case of Acute Periostitis Followed by Rapid Pymia and Death
, The Lancet 145(3735): 804-805 (1895)

A Modification of Phelps'S Operation for the Relief of Talipes Equino-Varus
, The Lancet 145(3735): 805-806 (1895)

Two Cases of Abdominal Section Illustrating the Diagnosis of Tubal Pregnancy Prior to Rupture of the Sac
, The Lancet 145(3736): 858-860 (1895)

Interstitial Keratitis and Synovitis, 1With Report of a Case in which Both Were Unilateral.1
, The Lancet 145(3736): 860-861 (1895)

On the Assurance of Impaired Lives, Chiefly with Reference to Special Forms of Assurance.1
, The Lancet 145(3736): 865-867 (1895)

North Devon Infirmary. a Case of Injury to the Abdomen and Left Lung ; Frequent Aspirations, with Subsequent Recovery ; Remarks
, The Lancet 145(3736): 872-873 (1895)

A Case of Rupture of the Uterus Occurring at the first Onset of Labour
, The Lancet 145(3737): 925-926 (1895)

Note on the Relation Between Dysentery and Liver Abscess
, The Lancet 145(3737): 926-927 (1895)

"The London and Manchester Industrial Assurance Company, Limited."
, The Lancet 145(3737): 954-955 (1895)

Two Cases of Syphilis with Early Nervous Manifestation
, The Lancet 145(3738): 986-987 (1895)

A Case of Pregnancy in one Half of a Uterus Septus Bicornis
, The Lancet 145(3738): 988-989 (1895)

Cases of Intestinal Anastomosis by Means of the Murphy Button
, The Lancet 145(3740): 1101-1103 (1895)

Hepatic Abscess Followed by Ambic Dysentery; Operation ; Recovery
, The Lancet 145(3740): 1109-1111 (1895)

"The Necessity for a Central Medical Organisation."
, The Lancet 145(3740): 1147-1148 (1895)

Two Cases of Ulcer of the Duodenum in which Laparotomy Was Performed, with Remarks on Ulcers of the Duodenu M
, The Lancet 145(3741): 1169-1174 (1895)

Influenza Toxmia of 1895 (February to March), with Special Reference to its Cardiac Manifestations and Pulmonary Complications
, The Lancet 145(3741): 1178-1180 (1895)

Case of Dilatation of the Common Bile-Duct Simulating Distension of the Gall-Bladder
, The Lancet 145(3741): 1180-1181 (1895)

A Case of Extra-Uterine Ftation of Three Years' Standing
, The Lancet 145(3741): 1181-1182 (1895)

Cerebellar Hmorrhage in a Young Woman ; Glycosuria ; Death Thirteen Hours Afterwards
, The Lancet 145(3742): 1237-1238 (1895)

The Rle of Alcohol in the Treatment of Heart Disease
, The Lancet 145(3742): 1241-1243 (1895)

On So-Called Trophic Intestinal Affections in the Insane
, The Lancet 145(3742): 1243-1245 (1895)

Enteric Fever Among European Troops Serving in India
, The Lancet 145(3742): 1246-1247 (1895)

A Case of Persistent Branchial Cleft of Unusual Length ; Successful Removal
, The Lancet 145(3742): 1247-1248 (1895)

The Diagnosis of Retro-Peritoneal Sarcoma, with Cases
, The Lancet 145(3743): 1300-1301 (1895)

Cerebral Tumour; Operation; Death Fourteen Hours Later with Symptoms of Implication of Medulla
, The Lancet 145(3743): 1306-1307 (1895)

The Vestry of St. George, South-Wark, and their Medical Officer of Health
, The Lancet 145(3743): 1331-1332 (1895)

Two Cases of Carbolic Acid Coma Induced by the Application of Carbolic Compresses to the Skin
, The Lancet 145(3744): 1362-1364 (1895)

The time of Onset of Syphilitic Disease of the Nervous System and the Three Stages of Syphilis
, The Lancet 145(3744): 1368-1371 (1895)

Salicin and Salicylates in the Treatment of Psoriasis and some other Skin Affections.1
, The Lancet 145(3745): 1421-1423 (1895)

On a Severe Form of Ulcerative Colitis Occurring in Young Children in the Argentine
, The Lancet 145(3745): 1424-1426 (1895)

Theoretical and Practical Considerations on Whooping-Cough,
, The Lancet 145(3745): 1429-1432 (1895)

The Measurements of the Skull of Sir Thomas Browne
, The Lancet 145(3745): 1453-1454 (1895)

The Lancet Special Supplement in Support of the Metropolitan Hospital Sunday Fund
, The Lancet 145(3745): 1487-1492 (1895)

The Remuneration of Medical Officers to Provident Associations, Clubs, Etc
, The Lancet 145(3747): 1604-1605 (1895)

An Inquiry into the Relative Advantages of Vaginal Hysterectomy and the Supra-Vaginal Amputation of the Cervix in Cancer of the Cervix Uteri, Based on An Observation of Forty-Three Cases Treated by one or the other of these two Operations,
, The Lancet 146(3749): 23-27 (1895)

A Case of Forward Dislocation of the Semilunar Bone
, The Lancet 146(3749): 30-31 (1895)

A Case of Ftal Malformation Showing Ectopy of the Liver, Omentum, and Bladder
, The Lancet 146(3751): 142-143 (1895)

On the Mechanical Treatment After Partial Excision of the Lower Jaw
, The Lancet 146(3751): 148-149 (1895)

On Functional Heart Murmurs : the Mimicry of Organic Disease.1
, The Lancet 146(3752): 193-196 (1895)

On the Presence of Typhoid Bacilli in the Urine of Patients Suffering from Typhoid Fever
, The Lancet 146(3752): 196-199 (1895)

A Few Words on some Common Forms of Reflexes of Nasal Origin.1
, The Lancet 146(3752): 204-205 (1895)

A Case of Post-Partum Tubo-Ovarian Abscess in a Peculiar Position
, The Lancet 146(3752): 205-206 (1895)

A Modification of the Operation of Enteroplasty for Simple Stricture of the Intestine
, The Lancet 146(3753): 258-259 (1895)

Two Cases of Septicmia Due to Middle-Ear Disease; Operation ; Recovery
, The Lancet 146(3753): 259-260 (1895)

A Case of Tubercle of the Left Optic Thalamus Exhibiting Intention-Tremor, and Attacks of Tetanoid Rigidity ; Necropsy; Remarks
, The Lancet 146(3753): 260-262 (1895)

Case of Ftal Endocarditis Associated with An Arrest of Development of the Inter-Ventricular Septu M
, The Lancet 146(3754): 327-328 (1895)

Some Remarks on Typhoid Fever Made at a Clinical Demonstration in the Wards of the Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading
, The Lancet 146(3754): 328-329 (1895)

A Case of Tetanus Treated with Tetano-Antitoxin, and a Review of Thirty-Eight Others
, The Lancet 146(3754): 329-331 (1895)

On the Recognition of Peripheral Neuritis and some Points in its Treatment
, The Lancet 146(3755): 391-396 (1895)

Guy'S Hospital. Case of Fracture of Os Calcis; Union of Fragments in Bad Positions; Resection of Portion of Os Calcis; use of Steel Screw ; Recovery ; Remarks
, The Lancet 146(3756): 463-464 (1895)

Salop Infirmary. Notes of a Series of Cases of Dilatation of the Stomach Treated by Syphonage and other Methods.1
, The Lancet 146(3756): 464-466 (1895)

Notes on Six Cases of Central Respiratory Paralysis
, The Lancet 146(3757): 517-518 (1895)

Spinal Softening Limited to the Parts Supplied by the Posterior Arterial System of the Cord
, The Lancet 146(3757): 520-522 (1895)

Trephining and Drainage for Basal Cerebral Hmorrhage; Death
, The Lancet 146(3757): 528-529 (1895)

Hospitals Affording Facilities for Clinical Observation
, The Lancet 146(3758): 619-620 (1895)

Laboratory Notes on the Bacteriology of Diphtheria
, The Lancet 146(3759): 665-668 (1895)

A Clinical Study of the Anti-Sudorific Properties of Picrotoxine.1
, The Lancet 146(3759): 668-669 (1895)

On Curetting the Uterus in Cases of Puerperal Septicmia
, The Lancet 146(3759): 669-670 (1895)

On Granular Kidney following Scarlatinal Nephritis
, The Lancet 146(3759): 670-671 (1895)

On the Value of Bichromate of Potash in Certain Affections of the Stomach
, The Lancet 146(3759): 671-672 (1895)

Treatment of Sunburn (Erythema Solare) During the Volunteer Week at Aldershot
, The Lancet 146(3759): 672-673 (1895)

Discussion on Nerve Deafness in the Section of Otology of the British Medical Association
, The Lancet 146(3759): 696-697 (1895)

On Presystolic Apex Murmur without Mitral Stenosis
, The Lancet 146(3760): 716-721 (1895)

Melancholia, with Special Reference to its Characteristics in Cumberland and West-Morland
, The Lancet 146(3760): 722-726 (1895)

The Preparation of Antirabic Serum and the Method of Determining its Strength
, The Lancet 146(3760): 727-731 (1895)

Ruptures of the Pancreas: their Relation to Pancreatic Cysts, with some Remarks Upon Treatment.1
, The Lancet 146(3761): 770-777 (1895)

A Case of Ulcerative Endocarditis Associated with Coarctation of the Aorta
, The Lancet 146(3761): 777-778 (1895)

A Case of Trephining for Injury to the Head Performed at Sea
, The Lancet 146(3761): 787-788 (1895)

Report of the Medical Officer to the Local Government Board, 1893-94.1
, The Lancet 146(3761): 805-806 (1895)

Three Cases of Parosmia; Causes, Treatment, &c
, The Lancet 146(3763): 907-908 (1895)

The Question of Latent Hypermetropia in the Visual Examination of Candidates for the Public Services
, The Lancet 146(3763): 908-909 (1895)

Remarks on the History and Dis Cipline of English Prisons in some of their Medical Aspects
, The Lancet 146(3763): 909-911 (1895)

Erythematous Rash After Operation Due to the Enema, not to the Ansthetic
, The Lancet 146(3763): 912-913 (1895)

The Operation for the Radical Cure of Hydrocele by Excision of the Sac, Illustrated by a Series of Cases
, The Lancet 146(3764): 968-972 (1895)

A Case of Extra-Uterine Ftation; Operation Near Full Term; Child Living; Death of Mother Three Weeks After Delivery
, The Lancet 146(3764): 972-974 (1895)

Three Cases of Cancer of the Gastrointestinal Tract Developing During Pregnancy
, The Lancet 146(3764): 978-979 (1895)

Two Cases of Infective Fever Showing the Therapeutic Value of Ing the Therapeutic Value of Intestinal Antisepsis
, The Lancet 146(3765): 1036-1037 (1895)

Tropical Abscess, Rarely a Primary, Usually a Secondary, Affection of the Liver
, The Lancet 146(3765): 1037-1039 (1895)

Case of Recovery After Trephining in Tuberculous Meningitis
, The Lancet 146(3765): 1041-1042 (1895)

A Case of Traumatic Tetanus Treated with Tetanus Antitoxin ; Recovery
, The Lancet 146(3766): 1101-1103 (1895)

The Influence of Inheritance on the Tendency to have Twins
, The Lancet 146(3766): 1105-1106 (1895)

Infectious Diseases in man and Beast : a Suggestion
, The Lancet 146(3766): 1134-1135 (1895)

Sporadic Goitre: its Varieties, and the Results of Modern Treatment
, The Lancet 146(3767): 1155-1159 (1895)

The Various Methods of Operating on the Mastoid Process and the Indications for the Same
, The Lancet 146(3767): 1159-1161 (1895)

Notes of a Case of Primary Thrombosis of the Superior Longitudinal Sinus in An Adult, Followed by Recovery
, The Lancet 146(3767): 1162-1163 (1895)

"A very Effectual Method of Treating Malignant Disease of the Breast."
, The Lancet 146(3767): 1189-1190 (1895)

Ovarian Tumour (Axial Rotation) with Retro-Peritoneal Cyst of Same Side; Removal; Recovery
, The Lancet 146(3768): 1217-1219 (1895)

Sequel of a Case Treated by Koch'S Tuberculin, with the Results of the Necropsy
, The Lancet 146(3768): 1219-1221 (1895)

A Note on Cystic Degeneration of the Mamm, with Three Cases of "Recurrence" on the Opposite Side
, The Lancet 146(3768): 1222-1223 (1895)

Radical Cure of Hydrocele by Injection of Perchloride of Mercury
, The Lancet 146(3768): 1223-1224 (1895)

A Note on the Therapeutics of Saline Laxative Mineral Waters
, The Lancet 146(3769): 1286-1288 (1895)

The Treatment of Acute Inflammation of Bone and its Joint Complications.1
, The Lancet 146(3770): 1350-1355 (1895)

A Severe Case of Foot-And-Mouth Disease Occurring in a Boy
, The Lancet 146(3770): 1355-1356 (1895)

Notes on a Case of Hq Moptysis as a Complication of Typhoid Fever; Recurrence and Death
, The Lancet 146(3770): 1356-1357 (1895)

"A Case of Double Phlegmasia Alba Dolens in a Young Virgin"
, The Lancet 146(3770): 1392-1393 (1895)

A Case of Microcephalus for which Linear Craniectomy Was Done by two Stages
, The Lancet 146(3771): 1422-1424 (1895)

A Case of Diphtheria Treated by Anti-Diphtheritic Seru M
, The Lancet 146(3771): 1427-1428 (1895)

Two Cases Illustrating the Therapeutic Value of Oxygen
, The Lancet 146(3771): 1428-1429 (1895)

Notes of a Case of Threatened Fatal Result from Chloroform Ansthesia
, The Lancet 146(3771): 1430-1431 (1895)

Medico-Psychological Association of Great Britain and Ireland
, The Lancet 146(3771): 1436-1437 (1895)

Case of Ordinary Oblique Fracture of Tibia and Fibula
, The Lancet 146(3772): 1495-1496 (1895)

A Contribution to the Study of some Forms of Albuminuria Associated with Kidney Tension and their Treatment
, The Lancet 147(3775): 18-20 (1896)

Cases of Heart Disease Treated by the "Schott" Method
, The Lancet 147(3775): 26-28 (1896)

Branch Seamen'S Hospital, Royal Albert Dock. two Cases of Hepatic Abscess; Operation; Recovery
, The Lancet 147(3775): 30-31 (1896)

Case of a Large Cystic Bronchocele Necessitating Complete Removal of the Thyroid Gland
, The Lancet 147(3775): 7-8 (1896)

On An Outbreak of Peri-Oral Eczema in the East-End of London
, The Lancet 147(3775): 9-15 (1896)

A Criticism of the Recent Surgical Treatment of Malignant Disease of the Breast
, The Lancet 147(3776): 132-133 (1896)

A Case of Varicose Aneurysm of the Ascending Aorta
, The Lancet 147(3777): 155-156 (1896)

Notes on two Cases of Tetanus Treated with Tetanus Antitoxin
, The Lancet 147(3777): 157-158 (1896)

"A Plea for the Pasteur Treatment of Hydrophobia."
, The Lancet 147(3777): 197-198 (1896)

Extensive Lupus of the Face Greatly Improved in Appearance by An Artificial Nose and Mask
, The Lancet 147(3778): 229-230 (1896)

On some Points in Pernicious Anmia, with Special Reference to Treatment with Bone Marrow
, The Lancet 147(3779): 282-286 (1896)

A Case of "Phonic Spasm" Successfully Treated by Electricity
, The Lancet 147(3779): 288-289 (1896)

Metro-Peritoneal Fistula in a Criminal Prosecution
, The Lancet 147(3779): 325-326 (1896)

Some of the Recent Results of Orchotomy for Enlarged Prostate
, The Lancet 147(3780): 348-350 (1896)

The Influence of Inheritance on the Tendency to have Twins
, The Lancet 147(3780): 352-353 (1896)

Critical Remarks Upon the Nauheim Treatment of Heart Disease
, The Lancet 147(3781): 413-415 (1896)

Salford Royal Hospital. Three Surgical Cases, (1) Nephro-Lithotomy; (2) Nephrorrhapy; and (3) Nephrectomy
, The Lancet 147(3781): 417-418 (1896)

On Diarrha in Manchester in 1895, with Special Relation to Infant Feeding : a Preliminary Investigation
, The Lancet 147(3783): 535-540 (1896)

Note on the Venous Murmur as Heard in the Chest: a Practical Point
, The Lancet 147(3783): 540-542 (1896)

A Case of Bilateral Paralysis of the Abductors of the Vocal Cords Due to Syphilis
, The Lancet 147(3783): 544-546 (1896)

The High Altitudes of South Africa: some Practical Points in their Aero-Therapeutics
, The Lancet 147(3783): 546-548 (1896)

Sulphate of Atropine in the Treatment of Poisoning by Opiu M
, The Lancet 147(3783): 548-549 (1896)

With Dr. Jameson'S Men on Board the "Harlech Castle."
, The Lancet 147(3783): 582-583 (1896)

The Clinical Estimation of the Alkalinity of the Blood
, The Lancet 147(3784): 615-617 (1896)

Supernumerary Fingers and Malformation of the Ftal Head
, The Lancet 147(3784): 619-620 (1896)

The Prevention of Large Mammary Abscesses by Expression of the Milk."
, The Lancet 147(3784): 654-655 (1896)

Pathological and Therapeutic Value of the Roentgen Rays
, The Lancet 147(3784): 655-656 (1896)

Two Cases of Gangrenous Stomatitis, one Ending Fatally
, The Lancet 147(3785): 704-705 (1896)

A Case of Double Uterus with Submucous Fibroid Tumour
, The Lancet 147(3786): 754-755 (1896)

An Inquiry into the Physiology of the Action of Thermal Saline Baths and Resistance Exercises in the Treatment of Chronic Heart Disease (The Nauheim and Schott Systems)
, The Lancet 147(3786): 757-761 (1896)

Results of Major Amputations Created Antiseptically in the RoyaIInfirmary, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, During the year 1895, and for a Period of Seventeen Years and Nine Months
, The Lancet 147(3786): 763-764 (1896)

Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond-Street. Torsion of Ovarian Pedicle in Hernial Sac
, The Lancet 147(3786): 765-766 (1896)

"Functional Aphonia in Man; Treatment, Etc.; with Special Reference to So-Called Varicose Veins at the Base of the Tongue." the SurgicaIImportance of Varicose Veins at the Base of the Tongue
, The Lancet 147(3786): 802-803 (1896)

A new and Easy Method of Preparing Serum Agar-Agar : An Aid to the Diagnosis of Diphtheria
, The Lancet 147(3787): 835-836 (1896)

The Gyncological Complications of GonorrhaIInfection
, The Lancet 147(3787): 838-840 (1896)

An Inquiry into the Physiology of the Action of Thermal Saline Baths and Resistance Exercises in the Treatment of Chronic Heart Disease
, The Lancet 147(3787): 841-844 (1896)

A Case of Motor Paralysis Due to Cervical Caries Treated by Laminectomy
, The Lancet 147(3787): 844-845 (1896)

"Functional Aphonia in man ; Treatment, Etc.; with Special Reference to So-Called Varicose Veins at the Base of the Tongue."
, The Lancet 147(3787): 885-886 (1896)

The Duties of Divisional Surgeons in Cases of Infectious Diseases."
, The Lancet 147(3789): 1022-1023 (1896)

A the Role of the Streptococcus Pyogenes in Human Pathology
, The Lancet 147(3789): 982-985 (1896)

Twenty-Five Consecutive Cases of Strangulated Hernia; one Death
, The Lancet 147(3789): 987-990 (1896)

Some Unusual Cases of Swelling of the Parotid Gland
, The Lancet 147(3790): 1056-1058 (1896)

On the Dissection to Expose the Lenticular Ganglion
, The Lancet 147(3790): 1059-1060 (1896)

The History, Methods, Expenditure, and Policy of the Civil Rights Defence Committee
, The Lancet 147(3790): 1089-1090 (1896)

Rheumatoid Arthritis : its Clinical History, Etiology, and Pathology
, The Lancet 147(3791): 1120-1125 (1896)

Cancer of the Rectum: Treatment, Operative or Palliative
, The Lancet 147(3791): 1133-1134 (1896)

Large Hydatid Tumour of the Left Pleural Cavity Simulating Hydatid Disease of the Liver; Operation; Recovery
, The Lancet 147(3791): 1134-1135 (1896)

Lithotrity in Cases of Stone : Simple and Complicated
, The Lancet 147(3792): 1212-1216 (1896)

Juvenile Smoking: the Duty of the Medical Profession
, The Lancet 147(3792): 1250-1251 (1896)

The History, Methods, Hindrances, Expenditure, and Policy of the Civil Rights Defence Committee
, The Lancet 147(3793): 1305-1306 (1896)

The Evolution of the Surgical Treatment of the Broad Ligament Pedicle
, The Lancet 147(3794): 1338-1341 (1896)

A Note on Surgeon-Lieutenant-Colonel Lawrie'S Address on the Cause of Malaria
, The Lancet 147(3795): 1414-1417 (1896)

Rational Therapeutics and the use of Common Remedies
, The Lancet 147(3796): 1474-1479 (1896)

Actinomycosis Involving the Skin, and its Treatment by Iodide of Potassiu M
, The Lancet 147(3797): 1553-1557 (1896)

The Symptoms and Treatment of Diseases of the Attic (Upper Part of the Middle Ear)
, The Lancet 147(3797): 1557-1558 (1896)

Fatal Cases of Poisoning by Ordinary Sorrel (Rumex Oxalis)
, The Lancet 147(3798): 1642-1643 (1896)

Royal Albert Hospital and Eye Infirmary, Devonport
, The Lancet 147(3798): 1643-1644 (1896)

Augmentation of the Blood-Mass in Chronic Heart Failure
, The Lancet 147(3798): 1670-1671 (1896)

"The Prevalence of Diphtheria in Connexion with Elementary Schools."
, The Lancet 147(3798): 1671-1672 (1896)

The St. John Ambulance Association and its Lecturers
, The Lancet 147(3799): 1753-1754 (1896)

The Practical Application of "X" Rays to Surgery and Surgical Teaching
, The Lancet 147(3800): 1789-1790 (1896)

Station Hospital, Sirdarpur, CentraIIndia. a Case of Atropine Poisoning and a Doubtful one of Stramonium Poisoning
, The Lancet 147(3800): 1794-1795 (1896)

Operative Interference in Perforated Ulcer of the Stomach
, The Lancet 148(3801): 11-14 (1896)

Gangrene of the Leg in Puerperal Women, with Severe Pain In, and Analgesia Of, the Affected Limb
, The Lancet 148(3801): 15-17 (1896)

A Case of Ruptured Extra-Uterine Pregnancy; Tubal Mole; Intraperitoneal Hmorrhage; Abdominal Section; Recovery
, The Lancet 148(3801): 18-19 (1896)

On the Treatment of Inoperable Cases of Carcinoma of the Mamma: Suggestions for a new Method of Treatment, with Illustrative Cases
, The Lancet 148(3803): 162-165 (1896)

Is Mitral Regurgitation from Valvular Disease Common or Serious ?1
, The Lancet 148(3803): 170-171 (1896)

On some Cases of Non-Malignant Pyloric Stenosis Treated by Operation, with Remarks on the Pathology of the Disease
, The Lancet 148(3804): 236-238 (1896)

On the Pathology of Itching and its Treatment by Large Doses of Calcium Chloride, with Illustrative Cases
, The Lancet 148(3805): 300-304 (1896)

The Examination of Water Suspected to be Contaminated by Cholera Virus
, The Lancet 148(3805): 329-330 (1896)

A Case of Supra-Vaginal Amputation of the Cervix for Carcinoma During the Fifth Month of Pregnancy,
, The Lancet 148(3806): 366-368 (1896)

Some Statistical Observations on Carcinoma of the Female Breast
, The Lancet 148(3806): 374-377 (1896)

A Case of Aneurysm by Anastomosis Involving the Vessels of the Hard Palate
, The Lancet 148(3807): 450-451 (1896)

Roentgen Rays in Ophthalmic Surgery. a new Method for the Application of Roentgen Rays in Ophthalmic Surgery with the View of Detecting the Presence of Foreign Bodies in the Eye and Determining their Position
, The Lancet 148(3807): 452-454 (1896)

On the Absorption of the Extreme Violet and Ultra-Violet Rays of the Solar Spectrum by Hq Moglobin, its Compounds, and Certain of its Derivatives
, The Lancet 148(3807): 454-455 (1896)

The Influence of Glycerine in Culture Media on the Diphtheria Bacillus
, The Lancet 148(3807): 458-459 (1896)

Notes on the Treatment of Heart Disease by Mechanically-Resisted Movements
, The Lancet 148(3807): 460-461 (1896)

On Cerebellar Softening in Infants, with Clinical and Pathological Details of a Case
, The Lancet 148(3808): 520-522 (1896)

A Plea for the Early Recognition and Treatment of Puerperal Fever
, The Lancet 148(3808): 525-528 (1896)

Thirty-Six Cases of Operation for the Radical Cure of Hernia
, The Lancet 148(3808): 530-531 (1896)

"The Relative Strengths of Diphtheria Antitoxic Serums."
, The Lancet 148(3808): 558-559 (1896)

Local Hot-Air Treatment in Rheumatism and Allied Affections
, The Lancet 148(3809): 593-598 (1896)

The Poison - Bearing Fishes, Trachinis Draco and Scorpna Scropha: the Effects of the Poison on man and Animals and its Nature
, The Lancet 148(3809): 600-602 (1896)

"On the Dosage of some of the Vasomotor Dilators."
, The Lancet 148(3809): 634-635 (1896)

Hospitals Affording Facilities for Clinical Observation
, The Lancet 148(3810): 707-708 (1896)

An Essay on Clinical Urology in Infancy and Childhood
, The Lancet 148(3811): 736-742 (1896)

A Case of Deep-Seated Tropical Abscess of the Liver Treated by Trans-Thoracic Hepatotomy; Recovery
, The Lancet 148(3811): 742-745 (1896)

A Contribution to the Operative Treatment of Malignant Disease of the Rectum, Illustrated by Eight Cases
, The Lancet 148(3811): 745-748 (1896)

Preliminary Note on the use of the Agglutinative Action of Human Serum for the Diagnosis of Enteric Fever
, The Lancet 148(3812): 806-807 (1896)

On the Association of Serous Hmorrhages with Conditions of Defective Blood-Coagulability
, The Lancet 148(3812): 807-809 (1896)

Pregnancy Complicated by An Ovarian Tumour; Rupture of the Cyst Nineteen Days After Delivery; Recovery
, The Lancet 148(3812): 809-810 (1896)

A Case of Sarcoma of the Orbit; Recurrence Fifteen Months After Removal
, The Lancet 148(3812): 811-812 (1896)

Bilateral Paralysis of the Recurrent Laryngeal Nerves Due to Malignant Stricture of the Sophagus
, The Lancet 148(3812): 813-814 (1896)

On the Detection of Small Quantities of Sugar in Urine
, The Lancet 148(3812): 814-815 (1896)

An Investigation of the Frontal Sinuses in 120 Skulls from a Surgical Aspect, with Cases Illustrating Methods of Treatment of Disease in this Situation
, The Lancet 148(3813): 866-870 (1896)

Two Cases of Rupture of Intestine Caused by the Separation of Adhesions to Diseased Ovaries
, The Lancet 148(3813): 871-872 (1896)

A Case of Foot and Mouth Disease in the Human Subject
, The Lancet 148(3813): 872-874 (1896)

A Plea for Early Operation in Dilated Stomach Due to Pyloric or Duodenal Obstruction
, The Lancet 148(3813): 874-875 (1896)

Intra-CervicaIInjection of Glycerine; a Modification of Pelzer'S Method of Inducing Premature Labour
, The Lancet 148(3814): 936-937 (1896)

On the Value of An Early Cystotomy in Acute Hmorrhagic Cystitis
, The Lancet 148(3814): 938-939 (1896)

Two Hundred Consecutive Cases of Litholapaxy ; with Remarks
, The Lancet 148(3815): 1007-1011 (1896)

The Estimation of the Size and Shape of the Heart by the Roentgen Rays
, The Lancet 148(3815): 1011-1012 (1896)

The Causation and Consequences of Gall-Stones in the Insane, with Cases
, The Lancet 148(3816): 1069-1074 (1896)

Excision of a Large Carbuncle of the Back ; Salivation from Cyanide Gauze Dressing
, The Lancet 148(3817): 1147-1148 (1896)

A Contribution to the Study of Jacksonian Epilepsy
, The Lancet 148(3817): 1150-1152 (1896)

Extracts from the Court Rolls of the City of Norwich Relating Chiefly to Instances of Stone in the Bladder
, The Lancet 148(3817): 1181-1182 (1896)

The Importance of Bimanual Examination of the Urinary Bladder in Diagnosing Hmaturia of Vesical from that of Renal Origin
, The Lancet 148(3818): 1210-1212 (1896)

A Case of Fcal Fistula Due to Selfmutilation Occurring Twice in the Same Patient;
, The Lancet 148(3818): 1213-1215 (1896)

Metatarsal Neuralgia or Morton'S Disease, with Four Cases
, The Lancet 148(3818): 1217-1219 (1896)

The Prevention of Diseases other than Infectious Diseases
, The Lancet 148(3819): 1291-1296 (1896)

Seventeen Cases of Diphtheria Without a Deathfifteen Treated by Antitoxin
, The Lancet 148(3819): 1298-1301 (1896)

The Effect of the Roentgen Rays on Urinary and Biliary CalcuII
, The Lancet 148(3820): 1367-1370 (1896)

Sulphonal Poisoning in a Case of Melancholia Agitans
, The Lancet 148(3820): 1372-1373 (1896)

On the Internal Administration of Guaiacol and Creosote in Phthisis Pulmonalis
, The Lancet 148(3820): 1373-1375 (1896)

Two Cases of Perforated Gastric Ulcer Successfully Treated by Abdominal Section.1
, The Lancet 148(3821): 1444-1445 (1896)

A Case of Dyslexia : a Peculiar Form of Word-Blindness.1
, The Lancet 148(3821): 1451-1454 (1896)

Gangrene of the Lung; Incision and Drainage; Recovery.1
, The Lancet 148(3821): 1454-1455 (1896)

Malignant Disease of the Breast of Twenty Years' Duration Three Times Successfully Operated on
, The Lancet 148(3822): 1523-1524 (1896)

The Hmatozoon of Malaria and its Discovery in Water and Soil
, The Lancet 148(3823): 1589-1595 (1896)

An Outbreak of Typhoid Fever in a Provincial Town its Probable Cause
, The Lancet 148(3823): 1597-1598 (1896)

Note on a Case of Acute Glaucoma in which Sight Was Restored After Prolonged Abolition of Perception of Light
, The Lancet 148(3823): 1600-1601 (1896)

The Practical Application of the Roentgen Rays in Diseases of the Heart and Great Vessels
, The Lancet 148(3824): 1676-1677 (1896)

Two Cases of Dermatitis Venenata Produced by Wearing Fur
, The Lancet 148(3824): 1677-1678 (1896)

A Case of Appendicitis; Acute Abscess; Perforation; Operation; Recovery
, The Lancet 148(3825): 1744-1746 (1896)

Note on the Diagnostic Value of the Serum of Typhoid Fever Patients
, The Lancet 148(3825): 1746-1747 (1896)

On the Agglutinative Action of Human Serum in its Relation to the Sero-Diagnosis of Enteric Fever
, The Lancet 148(3825): 1747-1748 (1896)

A Case of Gastric Ulcer with Recovery After Symptoms of Perforation
, The Lancet 148(3825): 1751-1752 (1896)

Notes on An Abortive Attack of Typhoid Fever in a Patient who Had Previously Suffered from that Disease,
, The Lancet 148(3826): 1809-1810 (1896)

A Case of Unreduced Dislocation of the Head of the Femur into the Obturator Foramen Treated by Excision
, The Lancet 149(3827): 33-34 (1897)

Amputation Statistics at the London Temperance Hospital
, The Lancet 149(3828): 102-103 (1897)

Treatment of a Case of Adult Hydrocephalus by Supra-Tentorial and Sub-Tentorial Operations
, The Lancet 149(3828): 94-96 (1897)

Note on the Smegma Bacillus : its Diagnostic Importance and its Cultivation
, The Lancet 149(3828): 98-99 (1897)

Cerebellar Abscess following Mastoid Disease; Death; Necropsy
, The Lancet 149(3828): 99-100 (1897)

Creosote 'In the Treatment of Pleuro-Peritoneal Tuberculosis in Children
, The Lancet 149(3829): 159-160 (1897)

A Case of Excision of the Upper Half of the Rectum for Cancer
, The Lancet 149(3829): 162-164 (1897)

The Removal of Suppurating Pelvic Tumours : Illustrated by two Cases
, The Lancet 149(3830): 231-233 (1897)

The Active Principle of Indian Hemp: a Preliminary Communication.1
, The Lancet 149(3830): 235-238 (1897)

On Certain Apparently Organic Tumours of the Orbit which Disappear Under Medicinal Treatment.1
, The Lancet 149(3830): 238-239 (1897)

On some Cases of Unusual and Persistent "Slow Ness" of Pulse, Presumably Dependent Upon Interference with the Intrinsic Nerves and Ganglia of the Heart
, The Lancet 149(3831): 296-298 (1897)

On Mental and Physical Feebleness with Analysis of Cases
, The Lancet 149(3832): 374-375 (1897)

Two Cases of Deformity of the Hand Relieved by Operation
, The Lancet 149(3833): 431-432 (1897)

Two Cases of Ectopic Gestation in which Rupture of the Sac Took Place in the Third Week; Abdominal Section in one Case; Recovery
, The Lancet 149(3834): 516-518 (1897)

Report of the Lying-In Wards of the Liverpool Workhouse Hospital for the year 1895 and 1896; Or, Workhouse Midwives, their Training and Practice
, The Lancet 149(3834): 545-546 (1897)

Three Cases Illustrating the Importance of a Minor Point in the Anatomy of Femoral Hernia
, The Lancet 149(3835): 588-589 (1897)

A Case of Traumatic Intra-Thoracic Rupture of the Trachea Without Fracture of the Chest Wall
, The Lancet 149(3836): 660-661 (1897)

Ligature of the Superficial Femoral Artery for Popliteal Aneurys M
, The Lancet 149(3837): 779-773 (1897)

The Crasmus Wilson Lectures on the Pathology of the Lymphadenoid Structures
, The Lancet 149(3838): 792-796 (1897)

Foreign Body in the Lens for Sixteen Years, the Lens Remaining Clear
, The Lancet 149(3838): 803-804 (1897)

Hospital Abuse: the Leeds Work-People'S Hospital Fund
, The Lancet 149(3838): 838-839 (1897)

The Medical Staffs of Hospitals and Hospital Abuse."
, The Lancet 149(3838): 839-840 (1897)

Remarks Suggested by Dr. Clifford Allbutt'S Paper Upon Albuminuria in Pregnancy
, The Lancet 149(3839): 875-876 (1897)

English Mission Hospital, Jerusale M. a Case of Large Congenital Scrotal Hernia; Radical Cure; Recovery
, The Lancet 149(3839): 880-881 (1897)

Historical Notes on Medicine, Surgery, and Quackery
, The Lancet 149(3839): 904-907 (1897)

The Lumleian Lectures on some Problems in Connexion with Aphasia and other Speech Defects
, The Lancet 149(3840): 933-942 (1897)

The Goulstonian Lectures on the Chemistry and Pathology of Gout
, The Lancet 149(3840): 942-949 (1897)

The Administrative Treatment of Undefined Cases Certified as Scarlet Fever
, The Lancet 149(3840): 949-950 (1897)

On Functional Murmurs: a Further Contribution in Illustration of the Mimicry of Organic Heart Disease
, The Lancet 149(3841): 1017-1018 (1897)

Note on a Case of Supposed Poisoning by Pennyroyal
, The Lancet 149(3841): 1022-1023 (1897)

The Auckland Hospital, new Zealand. two Consecutive Cases of Tetanus Treated with Tetanus Antitoxin and Chloral Hydrate ; Recovery
, The Lancet 149(3842): 1088-1090 (1897)

The Lancet Special Commission on the Metropolitan Water-Supply
, The Lancet 149(3842): 1108-1111 (1897)

Two Cases of Intussusception Successfully Treated by Laparotomy; one Presenting Several Unusual Features
, The Lancet 149(3843): 1137-1140 (1897)

The Present Aspect of the Treatment of Congenital Displacement of the Hip
, The Lancet 149(3844): 1199-1201 (1897)

The Malignant Tumours of Infancy, Childhood, and Youth
, The Lancet 149(3845): 1259-1262 (1897)

On Senile Tuberculosis and Subcutaneous (Tuberculous) Ulceration
, The Lancet 149(3845): 1262-1264 (1897)

A Case of Rupture of the Liver Successfully Treated by Abdominal Section
, The Lancet 149(3845): 1271-1272 (1897)

On Stenosis of the External Auditory Meatus After Operations for Middle-Ear Disease
, The Lancet 149(3846): 1333-1334 (1897)

Note on "Neurotic" Symptoms of Uricacidmia in the Young
, The Lancet 149(3846): 1338-1339 (1897)

A Note on the Bacteriological Conditions Present in Ulcers Treated by Oxygen Gas
, The Lancet 149(3848): 1465-1466 (1897)

Foreign Medical Students and Practitioners in France
, The Lancet 149(3848): 1501-1502 (1897)

Deaths After Ovariotomy, with Remarks on the Value of Flushing Without Subsequent Drainage of the Peritoneal Cavity
, The Lancet 149(3849): 1534-1538 (1897)

A Case of Traumatic Tetanus Treated Successfully by Antitoxin
, The Lancet 149(3849): 1539-1540 (1897)

Note on a Case of Gunshot Wound Penetrating the Chest: a Pathognomonic Sign of Hmothora X
, The Lancet 149(3849): 1542-1543 (1897)

The Antitoxin Treatment of Diphtheria at St. George'S Hospital
, The Lancet 149(3850): 1606-1608 (1897)

Notes on two Cases of Toxic Amblyopia from Iodofor M
, The Lancet 149(3850): 1608-1609 (1897)

Notes on the Anatomy, Development, Pathology, and Surgery of the Frontal Sinuses
, The Lancet 149(3850): 1609-1611 (1897)

The Continuous Administration of Nitrous Oxide Gas and Oxygen During Minor Surgical Operations
, The Lancet 149(3850): 1612-1613 (1897)

A Case of Addison'S Disease in a Child Treated for a Few Days with Suprarenal Extract Without Benefit; Characteristic Lesions Found Post Morte M
, The Lancet 149(3851): 1678-1680 (1897)

A Simple Apparatus for Gaseous Distension of the Colon:
, The Lancet 149(3851): 1680-1681 (1897)

Surgery: its Remarkable Progress During the Reign
, The Lancet 149(3851): 1694-1697 (1897)

On the Diagnosis of Certain Socalled Rheumatic Diseases from Each other and from Rheumatis M
, The Lancet 149(3852): 1735-1738 (1897)

Reflections on the Foes of Truth, and the Enemies of Medical Coroners
, The Lancet 15(369): 30-31 (1830)

Observations on Symptoms Attributed to Cerebral Disease
, The Lancet 15(370): 36-37 (1830)

Disease of the Valves of the Right Side of the Heart
, The Lancet 15(371): 66-69 (1830)

Death of Mr. Huskissonrejoinder from Dr. Weatherill
, The Lancet 15(375): 223-224 (1830)

On the use of the Stethoscope for the Detection of Twins in Utero, the Presentation, &c. &c.,
, The Lancet 15(376): 232-234 (1830)

Dr. Blicke on Puerperal Fever and PeritoneaIInflammation
, The Lancet 15(378): 305-307 (1830)

Subscription for the Widow and Orphans of the Late Dr. Nuttall
, The Lancet 15(379): 335-337 (1830)

On the use of the Stethoscope for the Detection of Pregnancy, a Ftus in Utero, &c
, The Lancet 15(381): 395-400 (1830)

On the Employment of Acetate of Lead in Ulcers of the Cornea, and of Nitrate of Silver in Opacities
, The Lancet 15(382): 430-431 (1830)

Case of Extensive Injury, in which Amputation Was Performed Without Success
, The Lancet 15(382): 431-432 (1830)

On the use of the Stethoscope in the Detection of Pregnancy, &c
, The Lancet 15(384): 497-502 (1831)

Practical Observations on the Pathology and Treatment of Deafness
, The Lancet 15(385): 533-535 (1831)

Remuneration for Professional Attendance on Paupers
, The Lancet 15(388): 639-640 (1831)

Practical Observations on the Pathology and Treatment of Deafness. No. II
, The Lancet 15(389): 645-648 (1831)

An Essay on the Ligature of the Innominata and Subclavian Arteries,
, The Lancet 15(391): 728-733 (1831)

Practical Observations on the Pathology and Treatment of Deafness. No. III
, The Lancet 15(392): 740-743 (1831)

Practical Observations on the Pathology and Treatment of Deafness. No. IV
, The Lancet 15(393): 777-781 (1831)

On the Association of Medical Practitioners at Newcastle, and the Establishment of Scales of Medical Fees
, The Lancet 15(393): 781-782 (1831)

On the Connexion (If Any) Between Mental and Non-Puerperal Uterine Diseases
, The Lancet 150(3853): 13-14 (1897)

Notes of two Cases of Dermatitis from Contact with the Plant "Angelica."
, The Lancet 150(3853): 18-19 (1897)

Case of Intestinal Obstruction Complicated with Malposition, Apparently Congenital, of the Colon
, The Lancet 150(3853): 8-10 (1897)

A Second Series of Fourteen Cases of Excision of the Rectu M
, The Lancet 150(3854): 78-81 (1897)

Local Hot Dry-Air Treatment in Acute and Chronic Gout
, The Lancet 150(3854): 88-91 (1897)

Case of Pyo - Salpinx and other Cases in which Injection of Saline Solution Was Used
, The Lancet 150(3855): 139-140 (1897)

The Therapeutical Aspects of Talking, Shouting, Singing, Laughing, Crying, Sighing, and Yawning
, The Lancet 150(3855): 140-142 (1897)

Note on a Case of Ruptured Duodenum ; Death in Sixteen Hours
, The Lancet 150(3855): 144-145 (1897)

A Case of Atrophic Cirrhosis with Ascites Followed by a Large Cyst of the Liver; with some Remarks on the Question of Diagnosis
, The Lancet 150(3856): 189-191 (1897)

A Case of Ischio-Rectal Hernia Due to 'Dislocation of a Sub-Peritoneal Fibroma
, The Lancet 150(3856): 191-192 (1897)

On the Value of Arsenic and Belladonna in the Treatment of Chorea
, The Lancet 150(3857): 248-250 (1897)

The Surgical Treatment of Ankylosis of the Temporo-Maxillary Articulation
, The Lancet 150(3858): 304-306 (1897)

Points of Possible Medico - LegaIInterest in Certain Cases of Disseminated Miliary Tuberculosis
, The Lancet 150(3858): 306-307 (1897)

A Case of Puerperal Septicmia Treated with Anti-Streptococcic Serum; Death
, The Lancet 150(3858): 309-310 (1897)

The Result of Operations for Strangulated Hernia, and the Radical Cure of Hernia
, The Lancet 150(3859): 375-380 (1897)

On the use of Alcoholic Beverages in Rheumatic and Gouty Conditions
, The Lancet 150(3859): 380-384 (1897)

A Case of Septicmia Successfully Treated with Anti-Streptococcic Seru M
, The Lancet 150(3859): 387-388 (1897)

Decalcified Ivory Discs for End to End and Lateral Anastomosis of the Intestine
, The Lancet 150(3861): 522-523 (1897)

The Operative Treatment of Displacement of the Uterus
, The Lancet 150(3861): 534-535 (1897)

The Relative Heights and Weights of Bengal Prisoners
, The Lancet 150(3862): 598-599 (1897)

A Case of Cesarean Section for Cyesis Complicated by Malignant Disease of the Rectu M
, The Lancet 150(3862): 600-601 (1897)

Litholapaxy in the Civil Hospital, Hyderabad, Sind
, The Lancet 150(3863): 648-653 (1897)

A Case of Double Vasectomy; Death; Partial Necropsy
, The Lancet 150(3863): 658-659 (1897)

North London Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest. a Case of "Chronic Malignant Endocarditis"; Necropsy
, The Lancet 150(3863): 660-661 (1897)

Derbyshire RoyaIInfirmary. a Case Diagnosed as Acute Inflammation of the Pancreas, in which Recovery Took Place
, The Lancet 150(3863): 661-662 (1897)

Police Fees and the Medical Profession: An Appeal to the Large Towns
, The Lancet 150(3863): 684-685 (1897)

A Case of Ulcerative Endocarditis Successfully Treated with Anti-Streptogoccic Seru M
, The Lancet 150(3864): 707-708 (1897)

Partial and Complete Dislocation of the Semilunar Cartilage of the Knee; Operation on Six Cases
, The Lancet 150(3864): 708-710 (1897)

A Case of Ankylosis of all the Joints with Complete Closure of the Jaws, in which the Power of Mastication Was Restored by Division of the Necks of the Lower Jaw:
, The Lancet 150(3864): 712-714 (1897)

On the Increase of the Eosinophilic Cells in the Circulating Blood in Trichinosis.1
, The Lancet 150(3865): 787-788 (1897)

Strangulated Hernia I Ninfancy with a Report of a Case of Inguinal Hernia Successfully Operated Upon in a Child Aged Twenty-Two Days
, The Lancet 150(3865): 788-789 (1897)

Case of Attempted Poisoning by Tincture of Opium and Antipyrin; Recovery
, The Lancet 150(3865): 792-793 (1897)

The Comparatively Stationary Death-Rate in Private Obstetric Practice
, The Lancet 150(3866): 882-883 (1897)

Helouan, its Climate, Waters, and Recent Improvements
, The Lancet 150(3867): 932-937 (1897)

The Prehensile Power of the Hands of the Human Infant
, The Lancet 150(3868): 1009-1010 (1897)

Twenty-Six Cases in which An Abdominal Section Has Been Performed a Second time
, The Lancet 150(3868): 970-974 (1897)

Etiology of Diphtheria, with Special Reference to two Localised Outbreaks in Wandsworth
, The Lancet 150(3868): 974-976 (1897)

On the Conveyance of Diphtheritic Infection by Apparently Healthy Individuals
, The Lancet 150(3869): 1038-1039 (1897)

The Association of Corporate and Medical Reform and the Direct Representatives
, The Lancet 150(3869): 1072-1073 (1897)

Some Intestinal Experiments: a Rapid Method of Enterectomy
, The Lancet 150(3870): 1098-1106 (1897)

A Method of Producing Immunity Against Tuberculous Infection
, The Lancet 150(3870): 1106-1109 (1897)

Two Cases of Perforated Gastric Ulcer Treated by Operation
, The Lancet 150(3870): 1109-1111 (1897)

A Case of Strangulation of the Ileum by Passage Through a Congenital Mesenteric Hole; Operation; Recovery
, The Lancet 150(3870): 1111-1112 (1897)

Administration of Ansthetics Through a Tracheal Wound
, The Lancet 150(3871): 1184-1185 (1897)

Chronic Meningitis as a Sequela of Epidemic Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis
, The Lancet 150(3871): 1185-1186 (1897)

A Case of Pyloric Stenosis Treated first by Loreta'S Operation and Afterwards by Posterior Gastro-Enterostomy (Doyen)
, The Lancet 150(3872): 1235-1238 (1897)

Contribution to the Surgical Anatomy of the Tympanic Antru M
, The Lancet 150(3872): 1241-1242 (1897)

Pneumothorax Caused by Direct Violence Without Fracture of the Ribs
, The Lancet 150(3872): 1243-1244 (1897)

Remarks and Suggestions with Regard to Disinfection of Clothes by Heat
, The Lancet 150(3873): 1305-1306 (1897)

Puerperal Septicmia Treated without Streptococcic Serum; Recovery
, The Lancet 150(3873): 1308-1309 (1897)

Concerning the Action of X Rays on Cultivations of Tubercle Bacillus
, The Lancet 150(3873): 1314-1315 (1897)

Arterial Obstruction in An Old Man; Embolism; Endocarditis; Recovery
, The Lancet 150(3873): 1315-1316 (1897)

The British Medical Association and Medical Defence
, The Lancet 150(3873): 1348-1349 (1897)

On the Value of Olive Oil in the Treatment of Typhoid Fever
, The Lancet 150(3874): 1383-1384 (1897)

The Royal Commission on the Metropolitan Water-Supply
, The Lancet 150(3874): 1406-1407 (1897)

The Lungs as Dust Ejectors, Viewed Mainly from a Pathological Standpoint
, The Lancet 150(3875): 1444-1447 (1897)

Case of Hiccough of Unusual Duration and Severity ; Successful Treatment by Galvanis M
, The Lancet 150(3875): 1451-1452 (1897)

A Case of Tetanus Treated with Injections of Seru M
, The Lancet 150(3875): 1452-1453 (1897)

The Vis Medicatrix Natur in Disease of the Kidneys
, The Lancet 150(3876): 1518-1522 (1897)

Cases of Paralysis of Muscles of the Upper Extremity of Peripheral Origin, with Special Reference to their Causation
, The Lancet 150(3876): 1522-1525 (1897)

A Case of Tetanus Complicating Ulcers of the Leg Treated with Antitoxin; Recovery
, The Lancet 150(3877): 1583-1584 (1897)

Notes on two Typical Examples of Varieties of Ovarian Tumour
, The Lancet 150(3877): 1587-1588 (1897)

The Result of the Adoption of Holmgren'S Test by the Board of Trade
, The Lancet 150(3877): 1620-1621 (1897)

The Optimum Reaction of Culture Bouillon in Serum Diagnosis of Typhoid Fever by the Dried Blood Method
, The Lancet 150(3877): 1621-1622 (1897)

The use of Hydrocyanic Acid as An Antidote to Chlorofor M
, The Lancet 151(3879): 27-28 (1898)

Congenital Absence of the Right Eye and Fissure of the Nose
, The Lancet 151(3879): 28-29 (1898)

"The Comparatively Stationary Death - Rate in Private Obstetric Practice."
, The Lancet 151(3879): 59-60 (1898)

The Action of Veratrum Viride in a Case of Puerperal Eclampsia
, The Lancet 151(3881): 144-147 (1898)

Conservative Surgery of the Spleen: a Bloodless Method of Partial Excision Performed on Twenty-Two Dogs with Twenty-One Recoveries
, The Lancet 151(3882): 208-217 (1898)

On a Case of Supposed Transmission of Syphilis to the Third Generation
, The Lancet 151(3882): 217-218 (1898)

On the Chrome-Silver Impregnation of Formalin-Hardened Brain
, The Lancet 151(3882): 218-219 (1898)

The Detection and Estimation of Iron in a Measured Drop of Blood
, The Lancet 151(3882): 219-221 (1898)

The Prevention of Large Mammary Abscesses by Expression of Milk
, The Lancet 151(3882): 260-261 (1898)

A Case of Complete Removal of a Multilocular Cyst of the Pancreas; Recovery
, The Lancet 151(3883): 279-282 (1898)

Considerations on the Possible Influence of the Nervous System in the Tissue-Life of the Higher Animals
, The Lancet 151(3883): 290-292 (1898)

The Treatment of Inoperable Sarcoma by Means of Coley'S Fluid
, The Lancet 151(3884): 354-359 (1898)

Alkalised Serum as a Culture Medium for the Bacterial Diagnosis of Diphtheria
, The Lancet 151(3884): 362-363 (1898)

Case of Rupture of the Right Ventricle of the Heart from a Blow in the Epigastric Region
, The Lancet 151(3885): 434-435 (1898)

The Etiology and Treatment of Suppurative Disease of the Frontal Sinuses
, The Lancet 151(3886): 486-490 (1898)

The Bacteriological Diagnosis of Certain Infectious Diseases in Connexion with Public Health Work
, The Lancet 151(3886): 490-494 (1898)

Immediate Reduction of the Deformity in Caries of the Spine
, The Lancet 151(3886): 497-498 (1898)

On the History and Prevalence of Lepra in Australia
, The Lancet 151(3888): 627-630 (1898)

A Case of Anthrax Treated with Large Doses of Carbolic Acid
, The Lancet 151(3888): 639-640 (1898)

Ossifying Chondroma of the Fifth and Sixth CervicaIVertebr
, The Lancet 151(3888): 640-641 (1898)

The Relation of Variations in the Level of the Ground-Water to the Incidence and Seasonal Distribution of Malarial Fevers in India
, The Lancet 151(3889): 706-711 (1898)

A Second Report to the Registered Practitioners of England and Wales
, The Lancet 151(3889): 744-745 (1898)

A Case Showing some of the Features of Erythro-Melalgia and of Raynaud'S Disease
, The Lancet 151(3890): 781-783 (1898)

Coal-Gas Poisoning Followed by Symptoms Simulating Rabies
, The Lancet 151(3890): 784-785 (1898)

On the Treatment of Affections of the Heart and the Circulation by Baths, Exercises, and Climate
, The Lancet 151(3891): 850-854 (1898)

The Royal Commission on the Metropolitan Water-Supply
, The Lancet 151(3891): 884-886 (1898)

A Suggestion for the Open Method of Suture of Old Fractures of the Patella
, The Lancet 151(3892): 922-923 (1898)

A Case of Neuromimesis Simulating Perforated Gastric Ulceration
, The Lancet 151(3892): 927-928 (1898)

Notes on a Case of Extradural Cerebral Abscess of Aural Origin with Thrombosis of the Lateral Sinus, in which the Sinus Was not Opened; Operation; Recovery
, The Lancet 151(3892): 928-929 (1898)

Double Phlegmasia Followed by Gangrene of the Right Foot
, The Lancet 151(3893): 995-996 (1898)

On Pneumonia Following Injuries to the Chest and the Possible Occurrence of Pulmonary Tuberculosis as a Sequence to Trauma
, The Lancet 151(3894): 1045-1048 (1898)

Third Report to the Registered Practitioners of England and Wales
, The Lancet 151(3894): 1075-1076 (1898)

A Case of Purulent Pericarditis and Double Empyema; Operation; Death
, The Lancet 151(3895): 1109-1112 (1898)

A Simple Method for Controlling Hmorrhage During Disarticulation at the Hip
, The Lancet 151(3895): 1112-1113 (1898)

Tumour of the Kidney Containing Embryonic Muscle Fibres
, The Lancet 151(3895): 1113-1114 (1898)

The Management of Patients Before and After Laparotomy
, The Lancet 151(3896): 1173-1176 (1898)

The Operation of Gastrorrhaphy (Gastroplication), with Notes of a Case
, The Lancet 151(3896): 1177-1179 (1898)

On Primary Enterectomy in Cases of Intestinal Gangrene, with An Illustrative Case
, The Lancet 151(3896): 1182-1184 (1898)

A Method of Prolonging Nitrous Oxide Ansthesia in Dental Practice
, The Lancet 151(3897): 1244-1246 (1898)

A Case of Ovariotomy in which a Primary Ovarian and Six Omental Dermoid Cysts Were Removed
, The Lancet 151(3897): 1246-1248 (1898)

On the Walking Value of the Lesser Toes of the Human Foot
, The Lancet 151(3897): 1250-1251 (1898)

Case of Fractured Ribs Followed by Tuberculous Caseous Pneumonia and Death
, The Lancet 151(3897): 1253-1254 (1898)