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PHILADELPHIA: HENRY O. LE A.
College of Physicians and Surgeons of New
Virginia State Medical Society
Clinical Lecture on Ganglions
1 Foreign Intelligence.--The After-Treatment
Clinical Lecture on Abdominal Neuralgia 2 of Cataract
New Operation for Erectile Tumours
HOSPITAL NOTES AND GLEANINGS.
Hypodermic Treatment of Syphilis
Cases in St. Bartholomew's Hospital, with
Radical Cure of Hydrocele by the Seton 12
Clinical Remarks .
Simulation of Hip-Joint Disease by Suppu-
ration of the Bursa over the Trochanter
Supposed Case of Acute Tuberculosis in Guy's
Hospital, with Clinical Remarks
Cancer of the Pancreas, simulating Hepatic' Ab-
Temperature in Hæmatemesis
Domestic Intelligence.—To Subscribers 7 Cardiac Murmurs in Chorea
Antiphlogistic Value of Ergot
Oil of Peppermint as a Local Anæsthetic 14
Large Doses of Chloral
Death from chloroform
Death from Chloroform
Death from the Inhalation of Ether
Deaths from Snake-bites.
Surgeon General's Report
9 Professor Skoda
College of Physicians of Philadelphia
9 Mixed Medical Classes
GUERSANT ON SURGICAL DISEASES OF INFANTS, ETC., 16 PAGES.
many hours of the day to the practice of
their profession. But they are not con-
fined exclusively to this class of persons.
Clinical Lecture on Ganglions. By FRE- Although free from pain, they are un-
DERIC C. SKEY, F.R.S., &c.—These small sightly, and are always attended with
swellings, composed of a toughish cyst, some weakness of the hand, probably of
are formed on one or other of the nume- the extensor muscles only. They are
rous tendons of the wrist. They rarely usually treated by rupturing the sac, and
increase to a considerable size, and are allowing its contents to invade the sur-
not often seen larger than a child's mar- rounding tissue. The instrument of vio-
ble. Their cause must be referred to un- lence commonly employed, and which has
due and excessive action of the tendon, been, doubtless, handed down and adopted
or rather of the extensor muscle leading for many generations, is a thick bound
to the tendon on which it is placed. Why book. The force of the blow is necessa-
they occur on that particular tendon I do rily great, and the rupture of the sac does
not know. My reason for so thinking is not invariably follow. This entails the
because I have treated many cases in the necessity of a second blow. It is not cer-
persons of violin players, in whom the ma- tain that the force may be applied in the
lady has been confined to the left hand, exact direction. To say nothing of the
the right or bow hand being free; and it pain and the shock to a delicate girl, this
is not uncommon in pianists who devote treatment is by no means attended with
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