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THERAPEUTICS AND PUBLIC HEALTH.
FRANCIS E. ANSTIE, M.D. F.R.C.P.
Physician to Westminster Hospital;
Lecturer on Medicine in Westminster Hospital School; and
JULY TO DECEMBER.
London and New York:
CONTENTS OF VOL. XI.
"Writer's Cramp :" its Pathology and Treatment. By G. V. Poore,
Some Observations on the Use of Phosphorus in Neuralgia. By J.
Note on the Paralysing Action of Aconite on the Sympathetic Nerve.
By Frederick Bagshawe, M.A., M.D. Cantab., M.R.C.P.L.
On Vesicating Insects. By Dr. Fumouge, Paris
The Value of Sodic Bromide as a Nervous Sedative. By W. Ainslie
"Writer's Cramp:" its Pathology and Treatment. By G. V. Poore,
Migraine from Injury to the Head. By Douglas Morton, M.D.
Slight Poisoning from the Medicinal Use of Phosphorus. By Dr.
The Eaux-Bonnes and Pulmonary Phthisis. By M. le Dr. Leudet
On the Treatment of Enteric Fever by the Use of Internal Disinfec-
tion. By Stephen Skinner, M.B..
On Digitalis in Acute Febrile Diseases. By Dr. Anstie
The Treatment of Neuralgia by Electricity. By George M. Beard,
On the Pathology and Treatment of Shock and Syncope.
Lauder Brunton, M. D., D.Sc. .
On the Doses of Remedies recommended in the Pharmacopoeia. By
A Case of Rheumatic Fever Treated with a Cold Bath; Death occur-
ring immediately on leaving the Bath. By Sydney Ringer, M.D.
On a Case of Pericardial Effusion, in which Paracentesis was per-
formed. By Thomas Barlow, B.Sc., M. R.C.S.
Some Observations on the Use of Phosphorus in Neuralgia. (Second