Remarks on the Subject of Lactation
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Remarks on the Subject of Lactation

By Edward Morton
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  • REMARKS ON THE SUBJECT OF LACTATION, &c. &c.
  • REMARKS ON THE SUBJECT OF LACTATION;
    • EDWARD MORTON, M.D. Cantab.
      • LONDON:
    • LONDON:
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • Of the Breast-Milk, &c. &c.
    • Of the Breast-Milk, &c. &c.
    • CHAPTER II.
      • On Lactation, and the Disorders frequently produced in Women by that process.
      • CASE.
    • On Lactation, and the Disorders frequently produced in Women by that process.
    • CASE.
    • CHAPTER III.
      • On the various Diseases which frequently arise in Children from Lactation, especially when protracted.
      • CASES IN ILLUSTRATION OF THE FOREGOING VIEWS.
      • I.
      • Cases of Meningitis[I] supervening upon protracted suckling.
        • CASE I.
        • CASE II.
        • CASE III.
        • CASE IV.
        • CASE V.
        • CASE VI.
        • CASE VII.
        • CASE VIII.
        • CASE IX.
        • CASE X.
        • CASE XI.
        • CASE XII.
        • CASE XIII.
        • CASES XIV. XV.
        • CASE XVI.
        • CASE XVII.
        • CASE XVIII.
      • CASE I.
      • CASE II.
      • CASE III.
      • CASE IV.
      • CASE V.
      • CASE VI.
      • CASE VII.
      • CASE VIII.
      • CASE IX.
      • CASE X.
      • CASE XI.
      • CASE XII.
      • CASE XIII.
      • CASES XIV. XV.
      • CASE XVI.
      • CASE XVII.
      • CASE XVIII.
      • II.
      • Cases of Meningitis, arising at an after period, in consequence of protracted suckling.
        • CASE XIX.
        • CASE XX.
        • CASE XXI.
        • CASE XXII.
        • CASE XXIII.
        • CASE XXIV.
        • CASE XXV.
        • CASES XXVI. XXVII. XXVIII.
        • CASE XXIX.
        • CASE XXX.
        • CASE XXXI.
        • CASE XXXII.
        • CASE XXXIII.
        • CASE XXXIV.
        • CASE XXXV.
        • CASE XXXVI.
      • CASE XIX.
      • CASE XX.
      • CASE XXI.
      • CASE XXII.
      • CASE XXIII.
      • CASE XXIV.
      • CASE XXV.
      • CASES XXVI. XXVII. XXVIII.
      • CASE XXIX.
      • CASE XXX.
      • CASE XXXI.
      • CASE XXXII.
      • CASE XXXIII.
      • CASE XXXIV.
      • CASE XXXV.
      • CASE XXXVI.
      • III.
      • Cases of Meningitis in Children who had been suckled an undue length of time, supervening upon other complaints.
        • CASE XXXVII.
        • CASE XXXVIII.
        • CASE XXXIX.
        • CASE XL.
        • CASE XLI.
        • CASE XLII.
        • CASE XLIII.
        • CASE XLIV.
        • CASE XLV.
        • CASE XLVI.
        • CASE XLVII.
        • CASE XLVIII.
        • CASE XLIX.
        • CASE L.
        • CASE LI.
      • CASE XXXVII.
      • CASE XXXVIII.
      • CASE XXXIX.
      • CASE XL.
      • CASE XLI.
      • CASE XLII.
      • CASE XLIII.
      • CASE XLIV.
      • CASE XLV.
      • CASE XLVI.
      • CASE XLVII.
      • CASE XLVIII.
      • CASE XLIX.
      • CASE L.
      • CASE LI.
      • IV.
      • Case of Meningitis produced in consequence of the Child being suckled from its birth by a Woman who had at that time been delivered one Year.
        • CASE LII.
      • CASE LII.
    • On the various Diseases which frequently arise in Children from Lactation, especially when protracted.
    • CASES IN ILLUSTRATION OF THE FOREGOING VIEWS.
    • I.
    • Cases of Meningitis[I] supervening upon protracted suckling.
      • CASE I.
      • CASE II.
      • CASE III.
      • CASE IV.
      • CASE V.
      • CASE VI.
      • CASE VII.
      • CASE VIII.
      • CASE IX.
      • CASE X.
      • CASE XI.
      • CASE XII.
      • CASE XIII.
      • CASES XIV. XV.
      • CASE XVI.
      • CASE XVII.
      • CASE XVIII.
    • CASE I.
    • CASE II.
    • CASE III.
    • CASE IV.
    • CASE V.
    • CASE VI.
    • CASE VII.
    • CASE VIII.
    • CASE IX.
    • CASE X.
    • CASE XI.
    • CASE XII.
    • CASE XIII.
    • CASES XIV. XV.
    • CASE XVI.
    • CASE XVII.
    • CASE XVIII.
    • II.
    • Cases of Meningitis, arising at an after period, in consequence of protracted suckling.
      • CASE XIX.
      • CASE XX.
      • CASE XXI.
      • CASE XXII.
      • CASE XXIII.
      • CASE XXIV.
      • CASE XXV.
      • CASES XXVI. XXVII. XXVIII.
      • CASE XXIX.
      • CASE XXX.
      • CASE XXXI.
      • CASE XXXII.
      • CASE XXXIII.
      • CASE XXXIV.
      • CASE XXXV.
      • CASE XXXVI.
    • CASE XIX.
    • CASE XX.
    • CASE XXI.
    • CASE XXII.
    • CASE XXIII.
    • CASE XXIV.
    • CASE XXV.
    • CASES XXVI. XXVII. XXVIII.
    • CASE XXIX.
    • CASE XXX.
    • CASE XXXI.
    • CASE XXXII.
    • CASE XXXIII.
    • CASE XXXIV.
    • CASE XXXV.
    • CASE XXXVI.
    • III.
    • Cases of Meningitis in Children who had been suckled an undue length of time, supervening upon other complaints.
      • CASE XXXVII.
      • CASE XXXVIII.
      • CASE XXXIX.
      • CASE XL.
      • CASE XLI.
      • CASE XLII.
      • CASE XLIII.
      • CASE XLIV.
      • CASE XLV.
      • CASE XLVI.
      • CASE XLVII.
      • CASE XLVIII.
      • CASE XLIX.
      • CASE L.
      • CASE LI.
    • CASE XXXVII.
    • CASE XXXVIII.
    • CASE XXXIX.
    • CASE XL.
    • CASE XLI.
    • CASE XLII.
    • CASE XLIII.
    • CASE XLIV.
    • CASE XLV.
    • CASE XLVI.
    • CASE XLVII.
    • CASE XLVIII.
    • CASE XLIX.
    • CASE L.
    • CASE LI.
    • IV.
    • Case of Meningitis produced in consequence of the Child being suckled from its birth by a Woman who had at that time been delivered one Year.
      • CASE LII.
    • CASE LII.
    • POSTSCRIPT.
    • NOTES
      • Note A (page 1).
      • B (page 4).
      • C (page 8).
      • D (page 10).
      • E (page 25).
      • F (page 25).
      • G (page 25).
      • H (page 26).
      • I (page 26).
      • K (page 37).
      • L (page 42).
      • M (page 48).
      • N (page 52).
      • O (page 53).
    • Note A (page 1).
    • B (page 4).
    • C (page 8).
    • D (page 10).
    • E (page 25).
    • F (page 25).
    • G (page 25).
    • H (page 26).
    • I (page 26).
    • K (page 37).
    • L (page 42).
    • M (page 48).
    • N (page 52).
    • O (page 53).
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