Excerpt from The Journal of the American Medical Associaton, Vol. 33: A Medical Journal Containing the Official Record of the Proceedings of the Association, and the Papers Read at the Annual Meeting, in the Several Sections, Together With the Medical Literature of the Period; July-December, 1899
Gait, human, variation in, 157 Gall-bladder. Empyema of. 30 eye after ligation of. 1090 surgery of, 669. 1030 Gall-stone crepitus, 1168 impaction. 41 of unusual size, 1359 surgery, 1479 Gail-stones (see also colic, jaun dice). 481, 724, 870 after removal of, 557 etiology, diagnosis, treatment. 688 pathology of, 93 surgery of. 1422 treatment, observations on, 694 treatment of, surgical, 1034 Galvanic (see currents). Ganglion, Gasserian, resection of, 346 superior cervical, excision. 599 Gangrene (see lung, puerperium). In child. 170 in childhood, 299 Gas (see oxygen). Gases from bacillus coli, 158 Gastralgia, gastritis and gastro dynia. For, 20 nervous. For. 1028 Gastrectomy, 907 Gastric (see childhood, hernia. Tabes. Ulcer). Affections, dermatoses and, 540 affections. Surgery of, 159 disease, bc] in. 1360 hyperacidity. For. 558 Gastritis (see gastralgia). Acute. For. 654 chronic catarrhal, for. 300 for, 900 Gastrodynia (see gastritis) Gastro-enteric infections. 50 Gastroenterostomy. '1339 decision following. 471 for pyloric stenosis, 1653 technic of, Gastroenteritis. Nurslings affected with. 1652 Castro-intestinal (see headaches). Disturbances. Water treatment of. 782 tract. Experiments on. 883 Gastrostomy and appendicitis.
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