St. Louis Medical and Surgical Journal, 6


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˹ 43 - Woodcuts from Dissections. Fifth Edition, by T. HOLMES, MA Cantab. With a New Introduction by the Editor.
˹ 283 - The several incorporated bodies, thus addressed, shall also be requested by the President to submit the Pharmacopoeia...
˹ 460 - ... than in others. In the superficial layer, which is pale, they are round, oval, fusiform, and angular, but not numerous. The second and darker layer is densely crowded with cells of a similar kind, in company with others that are pyriform and pyramidal, and lie with their tapering ends either toward the surface or parallel with it, in connection with fibres which run in corresponding directions.
˹ 283 - The several medical and pharmaceutical bodies shall be further requested to transmit to the President of this Convention the names and residences of their respective delegates as soon as they shall have been appointed, a list of whom shall be published, under his authority, for the information of the medical public, in the newspapers and medical journals, in the month of March, 1850.
˹ 430 - ... will not hinder the spreading. I have seen carbuncles spread in as large a proportion of cases after incisions as in cases that have never been incised at all. I have in my mind a striking case that occurred to me early in practice, when I followed the routine, and, in a friend of my own, divided a carbuncle most freely. I cut it after the most approved fashion in depth and length and width, and then it spread. After two or three days more all the newly-formed part was cut as freely as the first,...
˹ 557 - ... of a remedy on one animal from its influence upon another. But have we any reason to conclude that in the present instance there exists such difference in the action of mercury as to prevent any inference being drawn from the dog regarding man ? All the facts with which we are acquainted show that it is legitimate to infer that the action of mercury ought to be regarded as similar in both cases. We have demonstrated that, as regards its action upon the salivary glands, mouth, intestine, appetite,...
˹ 461 - ... layers. These arciform fibres run in different planes transversely, obliquely, and longitudinally and appear to be partly continuous with those of the divergent set which bend round, as already stated, to follow a similar course. All these fibres establish an infinite number of communications in every direction between different parts of each convolution, between different convolutions, and between these and the central white substance.
˹ 430 - ... well. These are only general impressions that I give you, because one cannot count the cases in which cutting has been practised, and those similar cases in which it has not ; nor even then could it be said whether those in which the cutting was practised would have spread if left alone. On a very strong general impression, however, I say that carbuncles will spread after cutting in as large a proportion of cases as they will spread in without cutting.
˹ 549 - ... resistance. The cases above narrated and referred to have taught me that opium possesses the power of relaxing the circular fibres, at least of the os, and of stimulating the longitudinal and oblique fibres into active contraction. It is upon these principles that opium is exhibited in dysmenorrhcca. when it is dependent upon spasmodic contractions of the circular fibres; or where it is owing to the presence of " menstrual decidua,