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THE

NEW-YORK MEDICAL AND PHYSICAL

JOURNAL

CONDUCTED BY

JOHN B. BECK, M.D. Professor of Materia Medica in the University of the State of New York; Corresponding

Member of the Medical Society of London, &c.

J. AUGUSTINE SMITH, M.D.
Prof. of Anatomy and Physiology in the University of the State of New-York.

THEODRIC ROMEYN BECK, M.D.
Professor of the Theory and Practice of Physic and Medical Jurisprudence in the University

of the State of New-York.

D. L. M. PEIXOTTO, M.D.
One of the Physicians to the New York City Dispensary.

ALEXANDER H. STEVENS, M.D.
Professor of Surgery in the University of the State of New-York.

JOSEPH M. SMITH, M.D.
Professor of the Theory and Practice of Physic in the University of the State of New-York.

VOL. VII.

NEW-YORK: PUBLISHED BY C. S. FRANCIS, 252 BROADWAY, AND WEARE C. LITTLE, SUCCESSOR TO E. F. BACKUS, ALBANY:

SOLD ALSO BY MUNROE & FRANCIS, R. P. & C. WILLIAMS, & BOWLES & DEARBORN, BOSTON : E. J. COALE, BALTIMORE; E. LITTLE, PHILADELPHIA.

1828.

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CONTENTS OF VOL. I.

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Art. I. Annual Address delivered before the Medical Society of the

State of New York, Feb. 6, 1828. By T. Romeyn Beck, M.D.

President of the Society,

9

Art. II. Observations on Apoplexy and Hydrocephalus. By JOHN

R. RHINELANDER, M.D.

34

ART. III. On the Nature of the Compounds usually denominated

Chlorides of Soda, Lime, &c. With Remarks on their Uses as

Disinfecting Agents. By Lewis C. Beck, M.D.

47

Art. IV. On the Uvularia grandiflora, as a remedy for the bite of

the Rattlesnake. By J. G. Tracy, Esq. of Albany,

65

ART. V. Cases of Compound Fracture of the Elbow-joint success-

fully treated without Amputation. By Alex. H. STEVENS, M.D. 68

ART. VI. Case of Nyctalopia. By John Watts, jun. M.D. 71

ART VII. A Case of Protracted Indigestion, simulating other dis-

eases, and finally cured by the Oxide of Bismuth. By DANIEL

L. M. Peixotto, M.D. of New York,

73

ART. VIII. Cases in Morbid Anatomy.-Case 1. Disease of the

Stomach, Pancreas, and Liver. By HENRY SCHENCK, M.D. of

Lebanon, Penn.-Case 2. Disease of the Uterus. By John W.

GLONINGER, M.D..of Lebanon, Penn.

78

Art. IX. Effects of Venesection in Abdominal Dropsy, superven-

ing on a suppression of the Catamenia. By ROBERT BAYARD,

M.D. of Nova Scotia. Communicated by Dr. Watts,

81

Art. X. Case of Amputation at the Elbow-joint successfully per-

formed. By J. KEARNEY RODGERS, M.D.

85

ART. XI. Remarks on Sudden Death, contained in a letter to the

Editors of the New-York Medical and Physical Journal. By Dr.

XAVIER TESSIER, of Quebec,

87

REVIEW.

Art. I. A Synopsis of the Diseases of the Eye, and their Treat-

ment; to which are prefixed a short Anatomical Description, and

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