Volume 17

Scope and Content

Essays read before the Glasgow Medical Society. Volume 17, as follows:

  • 1. 20 Oct 1829, “Remarks on the pathology and surgery of the abdominal tumours," Dr. MacFarlane.
  • 2. Oct 1829, “An attempt to show that difficient or damaged uterine action is the main cause of difficult parturition," Mr. Wilson.
  • 3. 20 Nov 1829, “Observations on the evidence of Dr. J. Thomson of Edinburgh, in a trial that took place in Glasgow before the circuit Justiciary Court, 19 April 1822," Dr. A. Buchanan.
  • 4. 1 Dec 1829, “On the uses of secale cornutum," Dr. Armour.
  • 5. n.d. [1829], “Remarks on the pathology of dropsy," Dr. Hannay.
  • 6. 25 Dec 1829, “On the classification, nomenclature and structure of the articulation of the human body," Dr. Hunter.
  • 7. n. d. [1829-1830], “On the production of worms in the human body," Dr. Scouler.
  • 8. 6 Apr 1830, “Remarks on inflammation of the pericardium," Dr. Spittal.
  • 9. n.d. [1830], “On the operation of bronchotomy with observations," Dr. Marshall.
  • 10. 28 Apr 1830, “Remarks on polypus of the uterus," Mr. Stirling.