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A System of Practical Medicine By American Authors, Vol. II General Diseases (Continued) and Diseases of the Digestive System

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  • A
    • SYSTEM
      • OF
    • OF
  • PRACTICAL MEDICINE.
    • BY
      • AMERICAN AUTHORS.
        • EDITED BY
      • EDITED BY
      • WILLIAM PEPPER, M.D., LL.D.,
        • ASSISTED BY
      • ASSISTED BY
      • LOUIS STARR, M.D.,
      • VOLUME II.
    • AMERICAN AUTHORS.
      • EDITED BY
    • EDITED BY
    • WILLIAM PEPPER, M.D., LL.D.,
      • ASSISTED BY
    • ASSISTED BY
    • LOUIS STARR, M.D.,
    • VOLUME II.
    • GENERAL DISEASES (CONTINUED)
    • DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM.
      • PHILADELPHIA: LEA BROTHERS & CO. 1885.
    • PHILADELPHIA: LEA BROTHERS & CO. 1885.
    • CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.
      • GENERAL DISEASES (CONTINUED).
        • DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM.
      • DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM.
    • GENERAL DISEASES (CONTINUED).
      • DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM.
    • DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM.
    • CONTRIBUTORS TO VOLUME II.
    • ILLUSTRATIONS TO VOLUME II.
    • GENERAL DISEASES
      • RHEUMATISM.
        • Acute Articular Rheumatism.
        • Subacute Articular Rheumatism.
        • Mono- or Uni-Articular Acute and Subacute Rheumatism.
        • Chronic Articular Rheumatism,
        • Muscular Rheumatism.
        • Rheumatoid Arthritis.
        • Gonorrhoeal Rheumatism, or Gonorrhoeal Arthritis.
      • Acute Articular Rheumatism.
      • Subacute Articular Rheumatism.
      • Mono- or Uni-Articular Acute and Subacute Rheumatism.
      • Chronic Articular Rheumatism,
      • Muscular Rheumatism.
      • Rheumatoid Arthritis.
      • Gonorrhoeal Rheumatism, or Gonorrhoeal Arthritis.
      • GOUT.
      • RACHITIS.1
        • Acute Rachitis.
      • Acute Rachitis.
      • SCURVY.
      • PURPURA.
      • DIABETES MELLITUS.
      • SCROFULA.
      • HEREDITARY SYPHILIS.
    • RHEUMATISM.
      • Acute Articular Rheumatism.
      • Subacute Articular Rheumatism.
      • Mono- or Uni-Articular Acute and Subacute Rheumatism.
      • Chronic Articular Rheumatism,
      • Muscular Rheumatism.
      • Rheumatoid Arthritis.
      • Gonorrhoeal Rheumatism, or Gonorrhoeal Arthritis.
    • Acute Articular Rheumatism.
    • Subacute Articular Rheumatism.
    • Mono- or Uni-Articular Acute and Subacute Rheumatism.
    • Chronic Articular Rheumatism,
    • Muscular Rheumatism.
    • Rheumatoid Arthritis.
    • Gonorrhoeal Rheumatism, or Gonorrhoeal Arthritis.
    • GOUT.
    • RACHITIS.1
      • Acute Rachitis.
    • Acute Rachitis.
    • SCURVY.
    • PURPURA.
    • DIABETES MELLITUS.
    • SCROFULA.
    • HEREDITARY SYPHILIS.
    • DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM.
      • DISEASES OF THE MOUTH AND TONGUE.
        • Stomatitis.
        • Stomatitis Catarrhalis.
        • Aphthous Stomatitis.
        • Stomatitis Parasitica.
        • Stomatitis Ulcerosa.
        • Stomatitis Gangrenosa.
        • Toxic Stomatitis.
        • Mercurial Stomatitis.
        • Abnormalities and Vices of Conformation of the Tongue.
        • Ankyloglossia.
        • Macroglossia.
        • Glossitis.
        • Superficial Glossitis.
        • Glossitis Parasitica.
        • Parenchymatous Glossitis.
        • Chronic Glossitis.
        • Chronic Superficial Glossitis.
        • Chronic Parenchymatous Glossitis.
        • Glossanthrax (Carbuncle of the Tongue, Malignant Pustule of the Tongue).
        • Ulceration of the Tongue.
        • Hemorrhage from the Mouth.
        • Morbid Dentition.
      • Stomatitis.
      • Stomatitis Catarrhalis.
      • Aphthous Stomatitis.
      • Stomatitis Parasitica.
      • Stomatitis Ulcerosa.
      • Stomatitis Gangrenosa.
      • Toxic Stomatitis.
      • Mercurial Stomatitis.
      • Abnormalities and Vices of Conformation of the Tongue.
      • Ankyloglossia.
      • Macroglossia.
      • Glossitis.
      • Superficial Glossitis.
      • Glossitis Parasitica.
      • Parenchymatous Glossitis.
      • Chronic Glossitis.
      • Chronic Superficial Glossitis.
      • Chronic Parenchymatous Glossitis.
      • Glossanthrax (Carbuncle of the Tongue, Malignant Pustule of the Tongue).
      • Ulceration of the Tongue.
      • Hemorrhage from the Mouth.
      • Morbid Dentition.
      • DISEASES OF THE TONSILS.
        • Tonsillitis.
      • Tonsillitis.
      • DISEASES OF THE PHARYNX.
        • Acute Pharyngitis.
        • Tuberculous Pharyngitis.
        • Chronic Pharyngitis.
        • Syphilitic Pharyngitis.
      • Acute Pharyngitis.
      • Tuberculous Pharyngitis.
      • Chronic Pharyngitis.
      • Syphilitic Pharyngitis.
      • DISEASES OF THE OESOPHAGUS.
        • Oesophagitis.
        • Acute Oesophagitis.
        • Chronic Oesophagitis.
        • Ulcerations of the Oesophagus.
        • Stricture of the Oesophagus.
        • Spasmodic Stricture of the Oesophagus.
        • Organic Stricture of the Oesophagus.
        • Carcinoma of the Oesophagus.
        • Paralysis of the Oesophagus.
        • Dilatation of the Oesophagus.
      • Oesophagitis.
      • Acute Oesophagitis.
      • Chronic Oesophagitis.
      • Ulcerations of the Oesophagus.
      • Stricture of the Oesophagus.
      • Spasmodic Stricture of the Oesophagus.
      • Organic Stricture of the Oesophagus.
      • Carcinoma of the Oesophagus.
      • Paralysis of the Oesophagus.
      • Dilatation of the Oesophagus.
      • FUNCTIONAL AND INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF THE STOMACH.
        • Functional Dyspepsia (Atonic Dyspepsia, Indigestion).
        • Gastralgia (Gastrodynia, Cardialgia, Spasm of the Stomach).
        • Acute Gastritis (Acute Gastric Catarrh).
        • Chronic Gastritis (Chronic Gastric Catarrh).
      • Functional Dyspepsia (Atonic Dyspepsia, Indigestion).
      • Gastralgia (Gastrodynia, Cardialgia, Spasm of the Stomach).
      • Acute Gastritis (Acute Gastric Catarrh).
      • Chronic Gastritis (Chronic Gastric Catarrh).
      • SIMPLE ULCER OF THE STOMACH.
        • Addendum.
      • Addendum.
      • CANCER OF THE STOMACH.
        • Non-Cancerous Tumors of the Stomach.
      • Non-Cancerous Tumors of the Stomach.
      • HEMORRHAGE FROM THE STOMACH.
      • DILATATION OF THE STOMACH.
        • Acute Dilatation of the Stomach.
      • Acute Dilatation of the Stomach.
      • MINOR ORGANIC AFFECTIONS OF THE STOMACH.
        • (CIRRHOSIS; HYPERTROPHIC STENOSIS OF PYLORUS; ATROPHY; ANOMALIES IN THE FORM AND THE POSITION OF THE STOMACH; RUPTURE; GASTROMALACIA.)
        • CIRRHOSIS OF THE STOMACH.
        • HYPERTROPHIC STENOSIS OF THE PYLORUS.
        • ATROPHY OF THE STOMACH.
        • ANOMALIES IN THE FORM AND IN THE POSITION OF THE STOMACH.
        • RUPTURE OF THE STOMACH.
        • GASTROMALACIA.
      • (CIRRHOSIS; HYPERTROPHIC STENOSIS OF PYLORUS; ATROPHY; ANOMALIES IN THE FORM AND THE POSITION OF THE STOMACH; RUPTURE; GASTROMALACIA.)
      • CIRRHOSIS OF THE STOMACH.
      • HYPERTROPHIC STENOSIS OF THE PYLORUS.
      • ATROPHY OF THE STOMACH.
      • ANOMALIES IN THE FORM AND IN THE POSITION OF THE STOMACH.
      • RUPTURE OF THE STOMACH.
      • GASTROMALACIA.
      • INTESTINAL INDIGESTION.
      • CONSTIPATION.
      • ENTERALGIA (INTESTINAL COLIC).
      • ACUTE INTESTINAL CATARRH (DUODENITIS, JEJUNITIS, ILEITIS, COLITIS, PROCTITIS).
      • CHRONIC INTESTINAL CATARRH.
      • CHOLERA MORBUS.
      • INTESTINAL AFFECTIONS OF CHILDREN IN HOT WEATHER.
        • Entero-Colitis.
        • Cholera Infantum, or Choleriform Diarrhoea.
      • Entero-Colitis.
      • Cholera Infantum, or Choleriform Diarrhoea.
      • PSEUDO-MEMBRANOUS ENTERITIS.
      • DYSENTERY.
      • TYPHLITIS, PERITYPHLITIS, PARATYPHLITIS.
      • INTESTINAL ULCER.
      • HEMORRHAGE OF THE BOWELS.
      • INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION.
        • Congenital Strictures and Malformations.
        • Impaction of Foreign Bodies.
        • Acute Internal Strangulation, Twisting, etc.
        • Intussusception, Invagination.
        • Constipation.
        • Stricture of the Bowel.
        • Compression and Contraction of the Bowel.
      • Congenital Strictures and Malformations.
      • Impaction of Foreign Bodies.
      • Acute Internal Strangulation, Twisting, etc.
      • Intussusception, Invagination.
      • Constipation.
      • Stricture of the Bowel.
      • Compression and Contraction of the Bowel.
      • CANCER AND LARDACEOUS DEGENERATION OF THE INTESTINES.
        • Lardaceous Degeneration of the Intestines.
      • Lardaceous Degeneration of the Intestines.
      • DISEASES OF THE RECTUM AND ANUS.
        • Congenital Malformations.
        • PRIMARY DISEASES OF THE RECTUM AND ANUS.
        • Prolapse and Procidentia of Rectum and Anus.
        • Polypi of the Rectum.
        • Hemorrhoids, or Piles.
        • Dilatation of the Rectal Pouches, or Physick's Encysted Rectum.
        • Non-malignant Stricture of the Rectum.
        • Proctitis, or Inflammation of the Rectum.
        • Fissure of the Anus and Rectum.
        • Rodent, or Lupoid, Ulcer of the Rectum.
        • Obstruction of the Rectum.
        • Cutaneous Eruptions and Parasitic Conditions of the Anus.
        • Ulceration of the Rectum and Anus.
        • Follicular Ulcerations.
        • Peri-anal and Peri-rectal Abscess.
        • Fistula in Ano.
        • Hemorrhage from the Rectum.
        • SECONDARY DISEASES OF THE RECTUM AND ANUS.
        • Syphilis of the Rectum and Anus.
        • Scrofulous and Tuberculous Affections.
        • Cancer, Malignant Stricture, and Malignant Ulceration.
        • The Effect of Abnormal Conditions of the Spinal Cord and its Membranes upon the Rectum and Anus.
        • Spasm or Spasmodic Contraction of the Rectum and Anus.
        • Pruritus Ani.
        • Neuralgia of the Rectum.
        • The Effects of Cholera and of Certain Poisons and Remedies upon the Rectum.
        • RÉSUMÉ OF THE THERAPEUTICAL AND SURGICAL TREATMENT.
        • Rectal Alimentation.
      • Congenital Malformations.
      • PRIMARY DISEASES OF THE RECTUM AND ANUS.
      • Prolapse and Procidentia of Rectum and Anus.
      • Polypi of the Rectum.
      • Hemorrhoids, or Piles.
      • Dilatation of the Rectal Pouches, or Physick's Encysted Rectum.
      • Non-malignant Stricture of the Rectum.
      • Proctitis, or Inflammation of the Rectum.
      • Fissure of the Anus and Rectum.
      • Rodent, or Lupoid, Ulcer of the Rectum.
      • Obstruction of the Rectum.
      • Cutaneous Eruptions and Parasitic Conditions of the Anus.
      • Ulceration of the Rectum and Anus.
      • Follicular Ulcerations.
      • Peri-anal and Peri-rectal Abscess.
      • Fistula in Ano.
      • Hemorrhage from the Rectum.
      • SECONDARY DISEASES OF THE RECTUM AND ANUS.
      • Syphilis of the Rectum and Anus.
      • Scrofulous and Tuberculous Affections.
      • Cancer, Malignant Stricture, and Malignant Ulceration.
      • The Effect of Abnormal Conditions of the Spinal Cord and its Membranes upon the Rectum and Anus.
      • Spasm or Spasmodic Contraction of the Rectum and Anus.
      • Pruritus Ani.
      • Neuralgia of the Rectum.
      • The Effects of Cholera and of Certain Poisons and Remedies upon the Rectum.
      • RÉSUMÉ OF THE THERAPEUTICAL AND SURGICAL TREATMENT.
      • Rectal Alimentation.
      • INTESTINAL WORMS.
        • The Cestodes, or Tape-worms.
        • The Trematodes, or Fluke-worms.
        • The Acanthocephali, or Thorn-head Worms.
        • The Nematodes, or Thread-worms.
      • The Cestodes, or Tape-worms.
      • The Trematodes, or Fluke-worms.
      • The Acanthocephali, or Thorn-head Worms.
      • The Nematodes, or Thread-worms.
      • DISEASES OF THE LIVER.
        • I. FUNCTIONAL DISORDERS.
        • Biliousness.
        • Lithæmia.
        • Hepatic Glycosuria (Temporary).
        • Jaundice (Icterus).
        • II. STRUCTURAL DISEASES OF THE LIVER.
        • Hyperæmia of the Liver.
        • Perihepatitis.
        • Interstitial Hepatitis; Sclerosis of the Liver; Cirrhosis.
        • Suppurative Hepatitis; Abscess of the Liver.
        • Acute Yellow Atrophy.
        • The Liver in Phosphorus-Poisoning.
        • Carcinoma of the Liver.
        • Amyloid Liver.
        • Fatty Liver; Fatty Degeneration of the Liver (Hepar Adiposum).
        • III. AFFECTIONS OF THE BILIARY PASSAGES.
        • Catarrh of the Bile-Ducts.
        • Biliary Concretions; Gall-Stones; Hepatic Calculi; Hepatic Colic.
        • Occlusion of the Biliary Passages; Stenosis of the Ductus Communis Choledochus.
        • IV. DISEASES OF THE PORTAL VEIN.
        • Thrombosis and Embolism of the Portal Vein; Stenosis; Pylephlebitis.
        • Suppurative Pylephlebitis.
        • V. PARASITES OF THE LIVER.
        • Echinococcus of the Liver; Hydatids of the Liver.
        • Distoma hepaticum and Distoma lanceolatum (Liver-Flukes).
        • Parasites in the Portal Vein.
      • I. FUNCTIONAL DISORDERS.
      • Biliousness.
      • Lithæmia.
      • Hepatic Glycosuria (Temporary).
      • Jaundice (Icterus).
      • II. STRUCTURAL DISEASES OF THE LIVER.
      • Hyperæmia of the Liver.
      • Perihepatitis.
      • Interstitial Hepatitis; Sclerosis of the Liver; Cirrhosis.
      • Suppurative Hepatitis; Abscess of the Liver.
      • Acute Yellow Atrophy.
      • The Liver in Phosphorus-Poisoning.
      • Carcinoma of the Liver.
      • Amyloid Liver.
      • Fatty Liver; Fatty Degeneration of the Liver (Hepar Adiposum).
      • III. AFFECTIONS OF THE BILIARY PASSAGES.
      • Catarrh of the Bile-Ducts.
      • Biliary Concretions; Gall-Stones; Hepatic Calculi; Hepatic Colic.
      • Occlusion of the Biliary Passages; Stenosis of the Ductus Communis Choledochus.
      • IV. DISEASES OF THE PORTAL VEIN.
      • Thrombosis and Embolism of the Portal Vein; Stenosis; Pylephlebitis.
      • Suppurative Pylephlebitis.
      • V. PARASITES OF THE LIVER.
      • Echinococcus of the Liver; Hydatids of the Liver.
      • Distoma hepaticum and Distoma lanceolatum (Liver-Flukes).
      • Parasites in the Portal Vein.
      • DISEASES OF THE PANCREAS.
        • INFLAMMATORY AFFECTIONS OF THE PANCREAS.
        • Acute Idiopathic Pancreatitis.
        • Acute Secondary Pancreatitis.
        • Chronic Interstitial Pancreatitis.
        • MORBID GROWTHS OF THE PANCREAS.
        • Carcinoma.
        • Sarcoma and Tubercle of the Pancreas.
        • DEGENERATIONS OF THE PANCREAS.
        • Fatty Disease of the Pancreas.
        • Albuminoid Degeneration of the Pancreas.
        • Hemorrhages into the Pancreas.
        • OBSTRUCTION OF THE PANCREATIC DUCT.
      • INFLAMMATORY AFFECTIONS OF THE PANCREAS.
      • Acute Idiopathic Pancreatitis.
      • Acute Secondary Pancreatitis.
      • Chronic Interstitial Pancreatitis.
      • MORBID GROWTHS OF THE PANCREAS.
      • Carcinoma.
      • Sarcoma and Tubercle of the Pancreas.
      • DEGENERATIONS OF THE PANCREAS.
      • Fatty Disease of the Pancreas.
      • Albuminoid Degeneration of the Pancreas.
      • Hemorrhages into the Pancreas.
      • OBSTRUCTION OF THE PANCREATIC DUCT.
      • PERITONITIS.
        • Acute Diffuse Peritonitis.
        • Peritonitis from Perforation.
        • Local Peritonitis.
        • Chronic Peritonitis.
        • Tubercular Peritonitis.
        • Cancerous Peritonitis.
        • Infantile Peritonitis, or Peritonitis of Childhood.
        • Ascites.
        • Hemorrhagic Effusion
      • Acute Diffuse Peritonitis.
      • Peritonitis from Perforation.
      • Local Peritonitis.
      • Chronic Peritonitis.
      • Tubercular Peritonitis.
      • Cancerous Peritonitis.
      • Infantile Peritonitis, or Peritonitis of Childhood.
      • Ascites.
      • Hemorrhagic Effusion
      • DISEASES OF THE ABDOMINAL GLANDS (TABES MESENTERICA).
      • INDEX TO VOLUME II.
    • DISEASES OF THE MOUTH AND TONGUE.
      • Stomatitis.
      • Stomatitis Catarrhalis.
      • Aphthous Stomatitis.
      • Stomatitis Parasitica.
      • Stomatitis Ulcerosa.
      • Stomatitis Gangrenosa.
      • Toxic Stomatitis.
      • Mercurial Stomatitis.
      • Abnormalities and Vices of Conformation of the Tongue.
      • Ankyloglossia.
      • Macroglossia.
      • Glossitis.
      • Superficial Glossitis.
      • Glossitis Parasitica.
      • Parenchymatous Glossitis.
      • Chronic Glossitis.
      • Chronic Superficial Glossitis.
      • Chronic Parenchymatous Glossitis.
      • Glossanthrax (Carbuncle of the Tongue, Malignant Pustule of the Tongue).
      • Ulceration of the Tongue.
      • Hemorrhage from the Mouth.
      • Morbid Dentition.
    • Stomatitis.
    • Stomatitis Catarrhalis.
    • Aphthous Stomatitis.
    • Stomatitis Parasitica.
    • Stomatitis Ulcerosa.
    • Stomatitis Gangrenosa.
    • Toxic Stomatitis.
    • Mercurial Stomatitis.
    • Abnormalities and Vices of Conformation of the Tongue.
    • Ankyloglossia.
    • Macroglossia.
    • Glossitis.
    • Superficial Glossitis.
    • Glossitis Parasitica.
    • Parenchymatous Glossitis.
    • Chronic Glossitis.
    • Chronic Superficial Glossitis.
    • Chronic Parenchymatous Glossitis.
    • Glossanthrax (Carbuncle of the Tongue, Malignant Pustule of the Tongue).
    • Ulceration of the Tongue.
    • Hemorrhage from the Mouth.
    • Morbid Dentition.
    • DISEASES OF THE TONSILS.
      • Tonsillitis.
    • Tonsillitis.
    • DISEASES OF THE PHARYNX.
      • Acute Pharyngitis.
      • Tuberculous Pharyngitis.
      • Chronic Pharyngitis.
      • Syphilitic Pharyngitis.
    • Acute Pharyngitis.
    • Tuberculous Pharyngitis.
    • Chronic Pharyngitis.
    • Syphilitic Pharyngitis.
    • DISEASES OF THE OESOPHAGUS.
      • Oesophagitis.
      • Acute Oesophagitis.
      • Chronic Oesophagitis.
      • Ulcerations of the Oesophagus.
      • Stricture of the Oesophagus.
      • Spasmodic Stricture of the Oesophagus.
      • Organic Stricture of the Oesophagus.
      • Carcinoma of the Oesophagus.
      • Paralysis of the Oesophagus.
      • Dilatation of the Oesophagus.
    • Oesophagitis.
    • Acute Oesophagitis.
    • Chronic Oesophagitis.
    • Ulcerations of the Oesophagus.
    • Stricture of the Oesophagus.
    • Spasmodic Stricture of the Oesophagus.
    • Organic Stricture of the Oesophagus.
    • Carcinoma of the Oesophagus.
    • Paralysis of the Oesophagus.
    • Dilatation of the Oesophagus.
    • FUNCTIONAL AND INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF THE STOMACH.
      • Functional Dyspepsia (Atonic Dyspepsia, Indigestion).
      • Gastralgia (Gastrodynia, Cardialgia, Spasm of the Stomach).
      • Acute Gastritis (Acute Gastric Catarrh).
      • Chronic Gastritis (Chronic Gastric Catarrh).
    • Functional Dyspepsia (Atonic Dyspepsia, Indigestion).
    • Gastralgia (Gastrodynia, Cardialgia, Spasm of the Stomach).
    • Acute Gastritis (Acute Gastric Catarrh).
    • Chronic Gastritis (Chronic Gastric Catarrh).
    • SIMPLE ULCER OF THE STOMACH.
      • Addendum.
    • Addendum.
    • CANCER OF THE STOMACH.
      • Non-Cancerous Tumors of the Stomach.
    • Non-Cancerous Tumors of the Stomach.
    • HEMORRHAGE FROM THE STOMACH.
    • DILATATION OF THE STOMACH.
      • Acute Dilatation of the Stomach.
    • Acute Dilatation of the Stomach.
    • MINOR ORGANIC AFFECTIONS OF THE STOMACH.
      • (CIRRHOSIS; HYPERTROPHIC STENOSIS OF PYLORUS; ATROPHY; ANOMALIES IN THE FORM AND THE POSITION OF THE STOMACH; RUPTURE; GASTROMALACIA.)
      • CIRRHOSIS OF THE STOMACH.
      • HYPERTROPHIC STENOSIS OF THE PYLORUS.
      • ATROPHY OF THE STOMACH.
      • ANOMALIES IN THE FORM AND IN THE POSITION OF THE STOMACH.
      • RUPTURE OF THE STOMACH.
      • GASTROMALACIA.
    • (CIRRHOSIS; HYPERTROPHIC STENOSIS OF PYLORUS; ATROPHY; ANOMALIES IN THE FORM AND THE POSITION OF THE STOMACH; RUPTURE; GASTROMALACIA.)
    • CIRRHOSIS OF THE STOMACH.
    • HYPERTROPHIC STENOSIS OF THE PYLORUS.
    • ATROPHY OF THE STOMACH.
    • ANOMALIES IN THE FORM AND IN THE POSITION OF THE STOMACH.
    • RUPTURE OF THE STOMACH.
    • GASTROMALACIA.
    • INTESTINAL INDIGESTION.
    • CONSTIPATION.
    • ENTERALGIA (INTESTINAL COLIC).
    • ACUTE INTESTINAL CATARRH (DUODENITIS, JEJUNITIS, ILEITIS, COLITIS, PROCTITIS).
    • CHRONIC INTESTINAL CATARRH.
    • CHOLERA MORBUS.
    • INTESTINAL AFFECTIONS OF CHILDREN IN HOT WEATHER.
      • Entero-Colitis.
      • Cholera Infantum, or Choleriform Diarrhoea.
    • Entero-Colitis.
    • Cholera Infantum, or Choleriform Diarrhoea.
    • PSEUDO-MEMBRANOUS ENTERITIS.
    • DYSENTERY.
    • TYPHLITIS, PERITYPHLITIS, PARATYPHLITIS.
    • INTESTINAL ULCER.
    • HEMORRHAGE OF THE BOWELS.
    • INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION.
      • Congenital Strictures and Malformations.
      • Impaction of Foreign Bodies.
      • Acute Internal Strangulation, Twisting, etc.
      • Intussusception, Invagination.
      • Constipation.
      • Stricture of the Bowel.
      • Compression and Contraction of the Bowel.
    • Congenital Strictures and Malformations.
    • Impaction of Foreign Bodies.
    • Acute Internal Strangulation, Twisting, etc.
    • Intussusception, Invagination.
    • Constipation.
    • Stricture of the Bowel.
    • Compression and Contraction of the Bowel.
    • CANCER AND LARDACEOUS DEGENERATION OF THE INTESTINES.
      • Lardaceous Degeneration of the Intestines.
    • Lardaceous Degeneration of the Intestines.
    • DISEASES OF THE RECTUM AND ANUS.
      • Congenital Malformations.
      • PRIMARY DISEASES OF THE RECTUM AND ANUS.
      • Prolapse and Procidentia of Rectum and Anus.
      • Polypi of the Rectum.
      • Hemorrhoids, or Piles.
      • Dilatation of the Rectal Pouches, or Physick's Encysted Rectum.
      • Non-malignant Stricture of the Rectum.
      • Proctitis, or Inflammation of the Rectum.
      • Fissure of the Anus and Rectum.
      • Rodent, or Lupoid, Ulcer of the Rectum.
      • Obstruction of the Rectum.
      • Cutaneous Eruptions and Parasitic Conditions of the Anus.
      • Ulceration of the Rectum and Anus.
      • Follicular Ulcerations.
      • Peri-anal and Peri-rectal Abscess.
      • Fistula in Ano.
      • Hemorrhage from the Rectum.
      • SECONDARY DISEASES OF THE RECTUM AND ANUS.
      • Syphilis of the Rectum and Anus.
      • Scrofulous and Tuberculous Affections.
      • Cancer, Malignant Stricture, and Malignant Ulceration.
      • The Effect of Abnormal Conditions of the Spinal Cord and its Membranes upon the Rectum and Anus.
      • Spasm or Spasmodic Contraction of the Rectum and Anus.
      • Pruritus Ani.
      • Neuralgia of the Rectum.
      • The Effects of Cholera and of Certain Poisons and Remedies upon the Rectum.
      • RÉSUMÉ OF THE THERAPEUTICAL AND SURGICAL TREATMENT.
      • Rectal Alimentation.
    • Congenital Malformations.
    • PRIMARY DISEASES OF THE RECTUM AND ANUS.
    • Prolapse and Procidentia of Rectum and Anus.
    • Polypi of the Rectum.
    • Hemorrhoids, or Piles.
    • Dilatation of the Rectal Pouches, or Physick's Encysted Rectum.
    • Non-malignant Stricture of the Rectum.
    • Proctitis, or Inflammation of the Rectum.
    • Fissure of the Anus and Rectum.
    • Rodent, or Lupoid, Ulcer of the Rectum.
    • Obstruction of the Rectum.
    • Cutaneous Eruptions and Parasitic Conditions of the Anus.
    • Ulceration of the Rectum and Anus.
    • Follicular Ulcerations.
    • Peri-anal and Peri-rectal Abscess.
    • Fistula in Ano.
    • Hemorrhage from the Rectum.
    • SECONDARY DISEASES OF THE RECTUM AND ANUS.
    • Syphilis of the Rectum and Anus.
    • Scrofulous and Tuberculous Affections.
    • Cancer, Malignant Stricture, and Malignant Ulceration.
    • The Effect of Abnormal Conditions of the Spinal Cord and its Membranes upon the Rectum and Anus.
    • Spasm or Spasmodic Contraction of the Rectum and Anus.
    • Pruritus Ani.
    • Neuralgia of the Rectum.
    • The Effects of Cholera and of Certain Poisons and Remedies upon the Rectum.
    • RÉSUMÉ OF THE THERAPEUTICAL AND SURGICAL TREATMENT.
    • Rectal Alimentation.
    • INTESTINAL WORMS.
      • The Cestodes, or Tape-worms.
      • The Trematodes, or Fluke-worms.
      • The Acanthocephali, or Thorn-head Worms.
      • The Nematodes, or Thread-worms.
    • The Cestodes, or Tape-worms.
    • The Trematodes, or Fluke-worms.
    • The Acanthocephali, or Thorn-head Worms.
    • The Nematodes, or Thread-worms.
    • DISEASES OF THE LIVER.
      • I. FUNCTIONAL DISORDERS.
      • Biliousness.
      • Lithæmia.
      • Hepatic Glycosuria (Temporary).
      • Jaundice (Icterus).
      • II. STRUCTURAL DISEASES OF THE LIVER.
      • Hyperæmia of the Liver.
      • Perihepatitis.
      • Interstitial Hepatitis; Sclerosis of the Liver; Cirrhosis.
      • Suppurative Hepatitis; Abscess of the Liver.
      • Acute Yellow Atrophy.
      • The Liver in Phosphorus-Poisoning.
      • Carcinoma of the Liver.
      • Amyloid Liver.
      • Fatty Liver; Fatty Degeneration of the Liver (Hepar Adiposum).
      • III. AFFECTIONS OF THE BILIARY PASSAGES.
      • Catarrh of the Bile-Ducts.
      • Biliary Concretions; Gall-Stones; Hepatic Calculi; Hepatic Colic.
      • Occlusion of the Biliary Passages; Stenosis of the Ductus Communis Choledochus.
      • IV. DISEASES OF THE PORTAL VEIN.
      • Thrombosis and Embolism of the Portal Vein; Stenosis; Pylephlebitis.
      • Suppurative Pylephlebitis.
      • V. PARASITES OF THE LIVER.
      • Echinococcus of the Liver; Hydatids of the Liver.
      • Distoma hepaticum and Distoma lanceolatum (Liver-Flukes).
      • Parasites in the Portal Vein.
    • I. FUNCTIONAL DISORDERS.
    • Biliousness.
    • Lithæmia.
    • Hepatic Glycosuria (Temporary).
    • Jaundice (Icterus).
    • II. STRUCTURAL DISEASES OF THE LIVER.
    • Hyperæmia of the Liver.
    • Perihepatitis.
    • Interstitial Hepatitis; Sclerosis of the Liver; Cirrhosis.
    • Suppurative Hepatitis; Abscess of the Liver.
    • Acute Yellow Atrophy.
    • The Liver in Phosphorus-Poisoning.
    • Carcinoma of the Liver.
    • Amyloid Liver.
    • Fatty Liver; Fatty Degeneration of the Liver (Hepar Adiposum).
    • III. AFFECTIONS OF THE BILIARY PASSAGES.
    • Catarrh of the Bile-Ducts.
    • Biliary Concretions; Gall-Stones; Hepatic Calculi; Hepatic Colic.
    • Occlusion of the Biliary Passages; Stenosis of the Ductus Communis Choledochus.
    • IV. DISEASES OF THE PORTAL VEIN.
    • Thrombosis and Embolism of the Portal Vein; Stenosis; Pylephlebitis.
    • Suppurative Pylephlebitis.
    • V. PARASITES OF THE LIVER.
    • Echinococcus of the Liver; Hydatids of the Liver.
    • Distoma hepaticum and Distoma lanceolatum (Liver-Flukes).
    • Parasites in the Portal Vein.
    • DISEASES OF THE PANCREAS.
      • INFLAMMATORY AFFECTIONS OF THE PANCREAS.
      • Acute Idiopathic Pancreatitis.
      • Acute Secondary Pancreatitis.
      • Chronic Interstitial Pancreatitis.
      • MORBID GROWTHS OF THE PANCREAS.
      • Carcinoma.
      • Sarcoma and Tubercle of the Pancreas.
      • DEGENERATIONS OF THE PANCREAS.
      • Fatty Disease of the Pancreas.
      • Albuminoid Degeneration of the Pancreas.
      • Hemorrhages into the Pancreas.
      • OBSTRUCTION OF THE PANCREATIC DUCT.
    • INFLAMMATORY AFFECTIONS OF THE PANCREAS.
    • Acute Idiopathic Pancreatitis.
    • Acute Secondary Pancreatitis.
    • Chronic Interstitial Pancreatitis.
    • MORBID GROWTHS OF THE PANCREAS.
    • Carcinoma.
    • Sarcoma and Tubercle of the Pancreas.
    • DEGENERATIONS OF THE PANCREAS.
    • Fatty Disease of the Pancreas.
    • Albuminoid Degeneration of the Pancreas.
    • Hemorrhages into the Pancreas.
    • OBSTRUCTION OF THE PANCREATIC DUCT.
    • PERITONITIS.
      • Acute Diffuse Peritonitis.
      • Peritonitis from Perforation.
      • Local Peritonitis.
      • Chronic Peritonitis.
      • Tubercular Peritonitis.
      • Cancerous Peritonitis.
      • Infantile Peritonitis, or Peritonitis of Childhood.
      • Ascites.
      • Hemorrhagic Effusion
    • Acute Diffuse Peritonitis.
    • Peritonitis from Perforation.
    • Local Peritonitis.
    • Chronic Peritonitis.
    • Tubercular Peritonitis.
    • Cancerous Peritonitis.
    • Infantile Peritonitis, or Peritonitis of Childhood.
    • Ascites.
    • Hemorrhagic Effusion
    • DISEASES OF THE ABDOMINAL GLANDS (TABES MESENTERICA).
    • INDEX TO VOLUME II.
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