An 1832 edition of the Glasgow Medical Journal. This is a complete volume.
I. On the Functions of the Human Kidney, in relation to its principle Secretions.
II. On Fever.
III. The Dyspeptic's Monitor; or the Nature, Causes and Cure of the Diseases called Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Hypochondriasis, Melancholy, &c.
IV. Inquiry into the Etiology of Fevers, and Laws of the Propagation of Contagions.
V. Cases of Hydatids of the Uterus simulating Pregnancy.
VI. On the Pharmaceutic preparation and Therapeutic Properties of the Iodurets of Zinc, Lead and Mercury.
VII. 1. Memoire sur l'Emploi de l'Iode dans les maladies scrofuleuses, 1829.
2. Memoire sur l'Emploi des Bains Iodures dans les maladies scrofuleuses, 1830.
3. Troisieme Memoire sur l'Emploi de l'Iode, &c, 1831.
4. The above translated into English, with an Appendix.
VIII. Reply to Mr D Bell's "Remarks on Dr De Vitre's case of Fungus Haematodes".
IX. Report of the Diseases among the Poor of Glasgow, during the months of August, September, and October, 1831.
X. Address to the Readers of the Glasgow Medical Journal.
1. Malignant Cholera of the North of England.
3. Vesico-Vaginal Fistula, treated by Suture.
4. Vesico-Vaginal Fistula, cured by Operation.
5. Case where the Vitreous Humour was discharged by an injury, but regenerated and vision restored.
6. Case of Aneurism of the External Iliac Artery, for which the Femoral Artery, and subsequently the Aorta, were tied.
7. Death of Dr Armour, Andersonian Professor of Midwifery.
8. Meteorological Table.
The front cover of the book is detached and the spine is detached along one edge. The cover and spine have some rubbing. There is a name written at the top of the title page and some tanning to the edges of some of the pages. Otherwise, internally, the pages are clean and the binding is tight.