BUREAU OF OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN

B LE BARON BAYLIES, M., TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN. MANAGEMENT OF DISPLACEMENTS WITHOUT MECHANICAL SUPPORT. J.T. KENT, M.D.   If it should be stated in other than the Hahnemannian Association that the displacements of the uterus could be cured, or palliated even, without mechanical support, the advocate would find few believers, either in his statement or in … Read more

PROVING OF CENCHRIS-CONTORTRIX COPPERHEAD

BY J. T. KENT, M. D.   Bulletin No. 24 of National Museum gives check list of North American reptilia Ancistrodon Contortrix. Dr. Albert Gunther, who furnished the article for The Encyclopedia Britannica, calls the “Copperhead” Cenchris-Contortrix, and considers it very similar to the Trigonocephalus family, but smaller in size, generally found near the water-courses, … Read more

A BRIEF RETROSPECT OF MATTERS SURGICAL, AND SOME SUGGESTIONS RELATIVE TO THE PROPER PLACE FOR VENEREAL DISEASES IN OUR NOSOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION

T. DWIGHT STOW, M. D.   Fellow Members: One year ago our highly respected colleague, Dr. James B. Bell, of Boston, then Chairman of the Bureau of Surgery, treated us to a rare, comprehensive and very instructive paper on “Listerism,” a copy of which should be in the library of every physician and surgeon. Since … Read more