Volume 16

Scope and Content

Essays read before the Glasgow Medical Society. Volume 16, as follows:

  • 1. 24 Sept 1828, “A sketch of the natural cure of diseases," Mr. MacKenzie.
  • 2. n.d. [1828], “On the diseases of the antrum maxillare," Dr. Young.
  • 3. n.d. [1828], “On congenital deafness," Dr. McNair.
  • 4. 15 Dec 1828, “Cases of spontaneous gangrene," Mr. Brown.
  • 5. 6 Jan 1829, “Unsuccessful cases in surgery," Dr. Anderson.
  • 6. n.d. [1829], “On digestion," Dr. Thomson.
  • 7. n.d. [1829], “Remarks of stricture with three cases of stricuture of the asophagus," Dr. Cumin.
  • 8. 7 Apr 1829, “Surgical cases and remarks," Mr. Cowan.
  • 9. n. d. [c. 1829], “Report of some of the more interesting cases treated in the surgical wards of the Glasgow Royal Infirmary during the Summer and Autumn of 1828," Mr. Auchinloss.
  • 10. n.d. [c. 1829], “On the nature and treatment of phlegmatia dolens," Dr. MacLachlan.