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Abdominal, a case of emboli originating from a cardiac clot producing acute and other symptoms, by Lieut. J. B. J ones, clinical and other notes Absorbeut-stone, the, by Capt. W. F. Reichwald, RH.A. ... Acclimatization in the Tropics, observatlOns on the physiology of, current literature Africa, South, paratyphoid fevers in, by Major J. G. l\lcNaught ... Africa, West, note upon yellow fever, bilious remittent, and remittent fevers in, by Sir Rubert Boyce Africa, West, yellow fever, bilious remittent, and remittent fevers in, correspondence, letter from Captain J. M. Cuthbert African War, medical history of the South, by Lieut.-Col. R J. S. Simpson Aid detachments, exercises of voluntary, cnrrent literature "Aid Society, handbook of the Women's Voluntary," review of ... Aluminium, on the use of, for splints in the field, current literature Ambulance field, correspondence, letter from Major W. Mould Ambulance, motor cars in military work, current literature Ambulance transport, by Colonel H. Hathaway Ambulance work, adaptation of -touring motor cars for, current literature " Anresthesia, surgical," review of " Anatomy, surgical," review of Anderson, Oaptam R. G., final report of the Sudan sleeping sickness commission, 1908·1909

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Anti-enteric inOCUlation, a statistical study of, by Brevet-Ool. R H. Frith Anti-typhoid inoculation, by Oolonel T. M. Corker ... Appendicitis, intussusception complicated by, in an infant aged 8 months, by Major G. J. Stoney Archer,clinical and other notes Archer, Major G. J. Stoney, intussusception complicated by appendicitis in an infant aged 8 months, clinical and other notes Armies, itch in, current literature Army efficiency, national vIgour the basis of, current literature... Army, German war ration, current literature "Army Medical Service in war," re~wcl...

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Army Medical Services, recent tendencies in the development of, by Lieut.Col. M. W. Russell Army, medical report of th" German, for the year October 1st, 1908, to September 30th, 1909, current literature Army, the new organization of the French Medical Service in the field, current literature Arsenical treatment of syphilis, current literature Arsenic, the fate of, in the body after injection, in the form of Salvarsan, or "606," by Major W. W. O. Beveridge, and Capt. N. Dunbar Walker ... Arsenobenzol, treatment of syphilis by, current literature Arterial tension, the influence of aviation at great heights on, current literature Arthur, in beseiged Port, by G. S. Mc Loughlin ... Austria, preliminary milita.ry training for youths in, current literature

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Aviation, the influence of, at great heights, on arterial tension, current literature Azur-eosin. rapid staining with, cur_ rent literature...

Bacillus coli communis, the significance of the presence of the, in drinking water, current literature Bacillus coli, reaction of sera of anomalous and other fever cases, by Major F. Smith Bacillus typhosus and Bacillus coli, the sedimen ting effects of the sera of horses and sheep on, by Major F. Smith, clinical and other notes Bacilltts typhosus, on the viability and possible variation of the, by Major W. H. Horrocks Bacillus typhos us, further evidence as to the possible variation of the, by Major W. H. Horrocks " Bacteriology, aids to," review of Bacteriology of commercially pasteurised and raw market milk, current literature "Bacteriology, practical, blood work and animal parasitology," review of Bahr el-Ghazal Province, the Eland of the, by J\Iajor H. Ensor ... Balfour, A., treponema pallidum, a suggestion, letter from " Bal uchistan, the frontiers of," review of ... Bandages, removal of plaster of Paris, current literature "Bandaging, Pye's elementary and surgical dressing," review of Bearer Oompany, the first Begbie, Major F. W., a case of tetanus, clinical and other notes Bennett, Oapt. W. L., a case of pene. trating .wound of the chest, operation-recovery, clinical and other notes Beri-beri, different types of, occurring in naval ships cruising in the Persian Gulf, 1909-1910, by Fleet-Surgeon R. O. Munday Beveridge, Major W. W. 0., fate of arsenic in the body after injection in the form of Salvarsan or " 606 "..

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Beveridge, Major W. W. 0., table jellies 1 Beveridge, Major W. W. 0., tin in tinplate used for canning preserved food 140 Blackham,Major R. J., milk in India, clinical and other notes 187 Blackwater fever, fnrther commnnication on cholestearin in, curreut literature 475 Blistered feet, a marching strap for, current literature 2H Blood-culture in typhoid fever, by Major S. L. Oummins 164 Blood-pressure, the effect of an injec: I tion of Sal varsaB on the, current literature 689 Boyce, Sir Rubert, note upon yellow fever, bilious remittent and remittent fevers in West Africa ... 161 Broquet, Major, diagnosis of plague, current literature 581 Bruce, Oolonel Sir David, condition of Ismailia as regards malarial fever ... 402 Budapest, the water supply of, current literature 117 Byam, Oapt. W., malaria in Kassala 269

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Oamp sanitation, by Lieut. A. J.Martin Oaoe, Lieutenant A. S., further observations on the use of Salvarsan in syphilis... Oardiac clot, case of emboli originating from, producing acute abdominal and other symptoms, by Lieut. J. B. J ones, clinical and other notes Oarrier, treatment of a chronic typhoid, by a specific vaccine, by Major R. W. Olements and Oapt. A. Dawson, clinical and other notes... Oarruthers, Oapt. V. T., ether in the tropics, clinical and other notes Oars, adaptation of touring motor, for ambulance work, current literature Oars, motor, in military ambulance work, current literature Oerebro-spinal meningitis, smoking as a. preventative of, current literature Ohest, a case of penetrating wound of the, operation-recovery, by Oapt. W. L. Bennett, clinical and other notes

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" Ohina, the diseases of, including Formosa and Korea," review of... Ohina, notes on North, by Oapt. E. J. Elliot '" Ohinese flea trap, current literature ... Ohinese mosquito lamp, current literature Oholecystectomy, a case of, by Major O. G. Spencer, clinical and other notes Oholestearin in Blackwater fever, further communication on, current literature Ohorea, Salvarsan in, current literature Clearing hospitals and the Territorial Force, correspondence, letter from Oapt. J. H. P. Graham Clements, Major R. W., report on the treatment of a chronic typhoid carrier by a specific vaccine, clinical and other notes Clot, a case of emboli originating from a cardiac, producing acute abdominal and other symptoms, by Lieut. J. B. Jones, clinical and other notes Oobra hunters, a day with, by Oapt. W. F. Reichwald, R.If.A. '" Oollargol and elektrargol, the use of, in sequelffi, current literature '" Oommunication in the French Army, Medical Services, of the lines of, current lit~rature Oonvoys, evacuation of, Major W. E. Hudleston Oorker, Ooloriel T. M., anti-typhoid inoculation '" Oummins, Major S. L., blood culture in typhoid fever Cummins, lIfajor S. L., notes on guinea-worm in the Sudan ... Cuthbert, Capt. J. M., yellow fever, bilious remittent in West Mrica, letter from

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Dawson, Capt. A., report on the treatment of a chronic typhoid carrier by a specific vaccine, clinical and other notes 420 Dental, new regUlations in the French Army, current literature 472

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Diagnosis of plague, by Major Broquet, current literature 581 DiarrhCBa, epidemic, current literature 467 Diet, the value of a, containing little sodium chloride, current literature 582 Dive, Lieut. G. H., palsy, peripheral facial, clinical and other notes 561 Dive, Lieut. G. H., suppuration, retroperitoneal; clinical and other notes 560 "Dressing, Pye's elementary and surgical," review of 340 Dressings, surgical, for wounds in the field, current literature 582 Drinking water, significance of the presence of Bacilltts coli c01Jmmnis in, current literature.. 118 Drinking water, sterilization of, by ultra-violet rays, current literature 576 "Duodenal ulcer, the non-surgical treatment of," review of 340

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Emboli, a case of, originating from a cardiac clot producing acute abdominal and other symptoms, by Lieut. J. B. Jones, clinical and other notes Ensor, Major H., the Eland of the Bahr·el.Ghazal Province Enteric fever treated by vaccination, a case of, clinical and other notes,.. Enteric inoculation, a statistical study, by Brevet·Colonel R. Firth... Epidemic of paratyphoid fever in a camp in India, by Major H. W. Grattan and Major D. Harvey Equipment, a modified, for the Royal Army Medical Corps, by Capt. K. H. Reed, clinical and other notes "Equipment made easy, organization, administration, and, with appendix of examiuation papers fully answered," review of.., Ether in the Tropics, by Capt. V. T. Carruthers, clinical and other notes Ether in the Tropics, letter from Major F. J. W. Porter Europe, infantile kala-azar in Southern, current literature Evans, Major P., surgical treatment of fractures, clinical and other notes... Evolution, the, of the arsenical treatment of syphilis, current literature Excreta, incineration of human: further observations, by Lieut:-CoJ. Bruce Skinner Exercises of voluntary -aid detachmeuts, current literature " Eye, diseases of the," review of Feet, a marching strap for blistered, current literature Fever, blood:culture in typhoid, by Major S. L. Cummins Fever, further communication on cholestearin in blackwater, current literature Fever, malarial in Gibraltar, by Major C. E. P. Fowler Fever, note upon yellow, bilious remittent and remittent fevers in West Africa, by Sir Rubert Boyce Fever, paratyphoid in a camp in India by lHajor H. W. Grattan and Major D. Harvey

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Fevers, continued, in South Africa, correspondence, letter from J. G. McNaught 586 Fevers, paratyphoid in South Africa, by Major J. G. McNaught ... 505 Fevers, yellow, bilious remittent, and remittent in West Africa, correspondence 348 Fever, the elimination of Malta, from Port Said, by E. H. Ross 618 :b'french, Captain E. G., a case of osteoma growing from the upper end of the humerus, clinical and other notes 199 Ffrench, Capt. E. G., syphilis treated with Salvarsan, clinical and other notes 556 Firth, Brevet-Ool., R. H., an elementary inq uiq as to the origin of species 497 Firth, Brevet-Col. R. H., a statistical study of anti-enteric inoculation ... 58\) Fleas, iodoform and, current literature 584 Flea trap, Chinese, current literature 342 Food, a report on the determination of the amount of tin in tinplate used for canning preserved, by Major W. W. O. Beveridge ... 140 Forman, Col. R. H., Osborne, Isle of Wight ... 657 Foulds, Mark, sterilization of water on a large scale by means of ultra-violet 167 rays Fowler, Major C. E. P., malarial 625 fever in Gibraltar Fox, Major A. C., simple method of preserving rubber articles, letter 120 \ from Fracture of the skull, a case of, by Capt. Hugh Stewart, clinical and other notes 197 Fractures, surgical treatment of, by J\Iajor P. Evans, and Lieut. J. Gilmour, clinical and other uotes 547 Framboesia, salvarsan in, current literature 584 Freetown to Monrovia, abridged report of a tour from, through the Protectorate of Sierra Leone and Siberia, by Major A. Pearse 314, 440 French army, new dental regulations in the, curn nt literature 472

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French army, the new organisation cf the medical service in the field, curren t literature French army, the medical services of the lines of communication in the, current literature Freyer, Lieut.-Col. P. J., stone in the bladder, kidney, and ureter... Fry, Capt. W. B., treatment in trypanosomiasis ... Fund, Compassionate, Royal Army Medical Corps, correspondence, letter from Lieut.· Col. E. lH. Wilson... Fund, Compassionate, Royal Army Medical Corps, correspondence, letter from Col. J. S. Harwood

Galwey, Capt. W. R., a case of incomplete myelitis following upon an apparently trivial injury, clinical and other notes Galwey, Capt. W. R., tubercular meningitis following malignant tertian malaria, clinical and other notes ... German Army, army medical report of the, for the year October 1st, 1908,. to September 30th, 1909, current literature German Army, war ration, current literature German campaign, South· west Africa, observations on the occurrence of scurvy among the Hottentot and Herrero prisoners during the, current literature German expedition against the Kopper Hottentots in March, 1908, current literature Gersdorff, Major-Gen. von, national vigour the basis of army efficiency, current literature Gibbard, Major T. W., further observations on the use of Salvarsan in syphilis... Gibraltar, four years' surgery in, by Major H. V. Prynne, clinical and other notes Gibraltar, malarial fever in, by Major C. E. P. Fowler Gilmour, LieuL J., surgical treatment of fractures, clinical and other notes

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Glasgow, notes on twelve cases of syphilis treated with" 606" in the military hospital, by Lieut. -Col. H. Gordon-Hall, clinical and other notes Gonorrhrna, an improved method of treating, current lilerature ... Gonorrhrna, pyocyanase in the treatment of, current literature... Goodwin, Capt. W. R. P., Military Widows' Fund Gordon-Hall, Lieut.-Col. H., syphilis treated with" 606 " ... Graham, Capt. J. H. P., cle'Lring hospitals and the Territorial force Grattan, Major H. W., an inquiry into a small epidemic of paratyphoid fever in camp in India Green, Lieut.-Col. J. S., malaria at Nasirabad Green, Major S. F. St. D., Louise Margaret Hospital, clinical and other notes Grenades, wounds by hand, current literature Gubbin·, Lieut.-Col. G. F., anti-malaria at Colaba, Bombay "Guide to the newer remedies," review of Guinea-worm in the Sudan, notes on, by Major S. L. Cummins

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Hathaway, Col. H., ambulance transport Health, laboratory report, March 2nd, 1911, the department of, commonwealth of Pennsylvania, current literature Hector, J ames, the first bearer company "Hernia, its causes and treatment," review of Herrero and Hottentot prisoners Holden, Capt. C. W., a holiday on the Yang-tse-Kiang, travel ... Horrocks, Major W. H., on the viability and possible variation of the Bacillus typhosus 225, Horses and sheep, the sedimenting effects of the sera of, on Bacillus typhos~ts and Bacillus coli, by Major F. Smith, clinical and other notes Hospital, notes on twelve cases of syphilis treated with" 606" in the military, Glasgow, by Lieut.-Col. H. Gordon-Hall, clinical and other notes Hospitals, clearing and the Territorial Force, correspondence letter from Captain J. H. P. Graham .. , Hospitals, Robert Jackson, M.D., inspector of, Major H. A. L. HoweII... Hottentot and Herrero prisoners, observations on the occurrence of scurvy among the, during the German campaign in South-west Africa, current literature Houses, report on back-to-back, curreut literature... Hudleston, Captain W. E., convoys of evacuation, 395 Human excreta, incineration of, further observations, by Lieut.-Col. Brllce Skinner Humerus, a case of osteoma growing from the upper end of the, by Capt. E. G. Ffrench, clinical and other notes " Hygiene, tropical medicine and," review of " Hygiene, military sanitation and," review of

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Incineration of human excreta, further ocservations, by Lieut.-Col. Bruce Skinner India, milk in, by Major R. J. Blackham, clinical and other notes "India, notes for medical officers on field service in India," review of India, paratyphoid fever in a camp in, by Major H. W. Grattan and Major D. Harvey India, reports on plague investigations in, current literature Infantile kala-azar in Southern Europe current literature Infantry soldier, the load of the, by Lieut.-Col. C. H. Melville Injection, the fate of salvarsan after, current literature Injury, a case of incomplete myelitis following upon an apparently trivial, by Capt. W. R. Galwey, clinical and other notes Inoculation, anti-typhoid, by Col. T. M. Corker ... Inoculation, a statistical study of antienteric, by Brevet-Col. R. H. Firth "Inspector's meat and food examination," review of " Intestinal surgery," review of Intravenous, strength of the salt solution used for injection of sal varsan, current literatnre Intussusception, complicated by appendicitis in an infant, aged eight months, by Major G. J. Stoncy Archer, clinical and other notes Iodine, death due to the absorption of, used for the sterilization of the skin, current literature Iodine, its use in military work, by Major F. J. W. Porter, clinical and ot her notes Iodoform and fleas, current literature Italy, physical training of youths in, current literature It ch in armies, current literature

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Japanese army, recent changes in medical organization of the, current literature 222 Jaundice after an injection of Salvarsan, current literature 689 Jellies, table, by Major W. W. O. Beveridge 1 J ones, Lieut. J. B., a case of emboli originating from a cardiac clot producing acute abdominal and other symptoms, clinical and other notes 425 Kala-azar, infantile, in Southern Europe, current literature 582 Kassala, malaria in, 1909, by Capt. W. Byam 269 Kopper Hottentots, German expedition against the, in March, 1908, current literature 340 Laboratory report, March 2th, 1911, the department of health, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, current literature 579 Lamp, Chinese mosquito, current literature 584 Landry's paralysis and Malta fever, by Surgeon-Major R. Samut, clinical and other notes 77 Lelean, Capt. P. S., incineration in the field 515, 602 Liberia, abridged reports of a tour from Freetown to Monrovia through the Protectorate of Sierra Leone and, by Major A. Pearse 314, 440 London, questions concerning the medical strategy of, by Major E. B. Waggett 628 :i'I£cLoughlin, Major G. S., in besieged Port Arthur 667 McNaught, Major J. G., fevers, continued, in South Africa 586 McNaught, Major J. G., paratyphoid fevers in South Africa 505 Malaria among British troops in India, by Capt. A. B. Smallman '" 477 Malaria at Nasirabad, by Lieut.-Col. J. S. Green 44 Malaria fever at Colaba, by Lieut.-Col. 491 G. F. Gubbin ...

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Melanite, two cases of poisoning by, current literature Melville, Lieut.-Ool. O. H., report on a forced march, preliminary note on, Melville, Lieut.-Ool. C. H., the load of the infantry soldier Meningitis, smoking as a preventative in cerebro-spinal, current literature Mental and nervous diseases in the Russo-Japanese War, current literature "Merck, E., annual report, 1910," review of "Microbiology, report of the Government Bureau, New South Wales, for 1909," review of ... Military, preliminary training for youths in Austria, current literature "Military, sanitation and hygiene," review of Milk, bacteriology of pasteurised, and raw, current literature Milk in India, by Major R. J. Blackham, clinical and other notes Monrovia, abridged report of a tour from Freetown to, through the Protectorate of Sierra Leone and Liberia, by Major A. Pearse 314, Mosquito lamp, Ohinese, current literature Motor cars, adaptation of touring, for ambulance work, current literature Motor cars, in military ambulance work, current literature Motor wagon, clearing by, Oaptain F. Harvey... Mould, Major W., field ambulance, letter from Mumps, a case of simulated, current literature Munday, Fleet-Surgeon R. 0., beri-beri occurring in naval ships cruising in the Persian Gulf, 1909·1910... l\fyelitis, a case of incomplete, following upon an apparently trivial injury, by Capt. W. R. Galwey, clinical and other notes

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Operation, a case of penetrating wound of the chest, recovery, by Oapt. rV. L. Bennett, clinical and other notes 427 Optic neuritis, Salvarsan and, current literature 584 Orange-red underclothing test, current literature 109 Organization of the Japanese army, recent changes in the medical, current literature... 222 Osborne, Isle of Wight, by Oolonel R. H. Forman 657 Osteoma, a case of, growing from the upper end of the humerus, by Oapt. E. G. Ffrench. clinical and other notes 199 Palmer, Oapt. H. K., notes on a case of syphilis treated with Salvarsan, clinical and other notes Palsy, peripheral facial, by Lieutenant G. H. Dive Paralysis, Landry's and Malta fever, by Surgeon-Major Samut Parasitology, practical bacteriology, blood work, and animal, review of... Paratyphoid fever, an inquiry into a small epidemic of, in a camp in India, .by Major H. W. Grattan and Major D. Harvey Paratyphoid fevers in South Africa, by Major J. G. McNaught ... Pasteurised and raw market milk, bacteriology of commercially, current literature " Pathology, aids to," review of Pearse, Major A., abridged report of a tour from .Freetown to Monrovia, through the Protectorate of Sierra Leone and Liberia travel 314, Pennsylvania, laboratory report, March 2nd, 1911, the department of health, Oommonwealth of, current litera· ture Persian Gulf, beri-beri occurring in naval ships cruising in the, by FleetSurgeon R. O. Munday Petroleum, action of, on rats, current li tera ture Physical, the estimation of, conditions, and military efficiency by Pignet's method, current literature ...

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Physiology, observations on the, of acclimatisation in the Tropics, cur· rent literature", 343 Pignet's method, the estimation of physical conditions and military efficiency by, current literature 684 Plague, diagnosis of, current litera· . ture 581 Pla.gue, reports on, investigations in India, current literature 108 Plaster of Paris bandages, removal of, current literature 223 Plimmer, H. G., treatment of trypano. somiasis 386 Poisoning, two cases of, by melinite, current literature 585 Pollock, Major C. E., malingering... 50 Port Arthur, in besieged 667 Porter, Major F. J. W., ether in the Tropics, letterfrom ... 694 Porter, Major F. J. W., iodine, its use in military work, clinical and other notes 654 Prophylaxis of venereal disease, cur· rent literature.. 475 Prynne, Major H. V., four years' sur· gery in Gibraltar, clinical and other notes 71 Pye, " elementary bandaging and surgical dressing," review of 340 Pyocyauase in the treatment of gonor. rhooa, current literature 342 Quick, Surg. C. F. H., the sedimentiug effects of sera of horses and sheep on Bacillus typhosus and Bacilltts coli, clinical and other notes

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Back·to·back houses, current litera· ture In besieged Port Arthur Local Government Board, 1909·1910 On forced march, by Major M. Sykes (5th Battalion Yorks Regt.), pre· liminary note, by Lieut.·Col. C. H. Melville Plague investigations in India, current literature ... Sleeping Sickness Commission, final report, 1908·1909 ... "Report, Merek's Annual, 1910, con· tains a catalogue of Merck's prepara· tions, &c.," review of

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"A consideration of the iutroduction of surgical anffisthesia " " Aids to bacteriology" " A study in troop leading and sani· tary service in war" "A practical guide to the newer remedies" ." " A text·book of medicine" "E. Merck's annual report, 1910" "Hffimoglobinuria" "Handbook of the women's volun· tary aid society" " Handbook of treatment of diseases of the eye (ophthalmic therapeutics) " "Hernia, its cause and treatment" " Intestinal surgery" ., Meat and food inspectors' exami. nation" .7'. " Medical diagnosis" "Melting point, a study of deter· minations with special reference to melting point" " Military sanitation and hygiene" " Notes for medical officers on field service in India" ". "Organiza,tion, administration, and equipment made easy, with appen· dix of examination papers fully answered" .. , " Pathology, aids to" "Practical bacteriology, blood work, and animal parasitology" "Prostate, enlargement of the, its treatment and medical cure" "Pye's elementary bandaging and surgica,l dressing" .,.

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REVIEws-continued. PAGE "Report of the Government bureau of microbiology, New South Wales for 1909" 573 " Salvarsan, the treatment of syphilis with" 682 " 606 " in theory and practice 682 " Surgical anatomy" 210 "Syphilis, its diagnosis and treatment" 106 "Syphilis the treatment of, with Salvarsan " 682 " The army medical service in war" 106 "The diseases of China, including Formosa and Korea" 464 " The frontiers of Baluchistan" 337 "The non-surgical treatment of duodenal ulcer" 340 211 " The sexual disabilities of man" " The ship surgeon's handbook" 338 "The treatment of syphilis by the Ehrlich-Hata remedy,' 606 ' a compilation of the published observations " 465 " Tropical medicine and hygiene" 105 "iV-ounds in war, the mechanism of their production and their treatment" 463 Ringworm, treatment of, current literature 693 Romary, Major, two cases of poisoning by meIinite, current litemture 585 Ross, E. H., the, elimination of Malta fever from Port Said 618 Royal army medical corps, a modified equipment for, by Capt. K. H. Reej, clinical and other notes 191 Rubber, articles, a simple method of preserving, correspondence, letter from Major A. C. Fox 120 Russell, Lieut.-Col. 1'\1:. W., recent tendencies in the development of army medical services 178 Russo-Japanese war, mental and nervous diseases In the, current literature 341 Salt strength of the sqlution used for intravenous injectio'1 of Salvarsan, current literature Salvarsan, further observations on the use of, in syphilis, by Major T. W. Gibbard, Capt. L. W. Harrison, and Lieut. A. S. Cane

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Sierra Leone, abridged report of a tour from Freetown to Monrovia, through the protectorate of, and Liberia, by Major A. Pearse ... ... 314, Simpson, Lieut.-Col. R. J_ S., medical history of the South African war ... "606," research work with, current literature' Skinner, Lieut.-Col. Bruee, incineration of human excreta, further observations ... Skull, a case of fracture of the, by Capt. Hugh Stewart, clinical and other notes Sleeping sickness, final report of the Sudan Commission, 1908-1909, by Captain R G. Anderson Smallman, Capt. A. R, malaria among British troops in India Smith, Major F., sera of anomalous and other fever cases to Bacillus coli Smith, Major F., the sedimenting effects of the sera of horses and sheep on Bacilhts typlws1tS and B. coli, clinical and other notes Smoking as a preventative of cerebrospinal meningitis, current literature Soda, "sujjee," or country, in laundry departments, by Lieut.-Col. S. Westcott, clinical and other notes... Sodium chloride, the value of a diet containing little, current literature Soldier, the load of the infantry, by Lieut. -Col. C. H. Melville ... South Africa, paratyphoid fevers in, by Major J. G. MeN aught Species, an elementary inquiry as to the origin of, by Brevet-Col. R H. Firth Spencer, Major C. G., a case of cholecystectomy, clinical and other notes Splints, on the use of aluminium for, in the field, current literature Staining, rapid with azur-eosin, current literature Sterilization, death due to absorption of iodine used for the, of the skin, current literature Sterilization of water on a large scale by means of ultra violet rays, by Mark Foulds ...

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Ambulance transport, by Col. H. Hathaway '" Beri-beri in naval ships III the Persian Gulf, by Fleet-Surg. R. C. Munday Camp sanitation, by Lieut. A. J. Martin Infantry soldier, the load of the, by Lieut.·Col. C. H. Melville Malingering, by Major O. E. Pollock ... Medical Services, tendencies in the development of Army, by Lieut.001. M. W. Russell Medical strategy of London, by Major E. B. Waggett Stone in the bladder, kidney, and ureter, by Lieut.-Ool. P. J. Freyer Training of Territorial medical units, by Oapt. W. H. Woodside... Urine, incontinence of, current literature

Vaccination, a case of enteric fever treated by, clinical and other notes Vaccine, repOl:t on the treatment of a chronic typhoid carrier by a specific, by Major R. W. Clements and Capt. A. Dawson, clinical and other notes Venereal disease, prophylaxis of, current literature Venereal papillomata, treated and cured by X-rays, by Major A. O. E. Wroughton, clinical and other notes Vigor, the basis of army efficiency, national, by Major General von Gersdorff, current literature Voluntary aid, detachments, exorcises of, ourrent literature ... "Voluntary aid Society, handbook of the women's," review of

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