Bulletin
of
The Johns Hopkins Hospital


Index of Subjects


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Calcium
See Minerals calcium
See Minerals calcium and phosphorus

Calculi biliary
See Gallstones

Cancer
Multiple primary malignant tumors. With report of a case of carcinoma and sarcoma in the same individual [Major, R.H.]. — 1918, 29: 223

An unusual case of squamo-basal cell carcinoma [Payne, T.P.B.]. — 1949, 84: 169

Cancer alveolar, of the cerebellum
Alveolar sarcoma of the cerebellum [Thomas, H.M., and others]. — 1896, 7: 193

Cancer cells
The importance of a microscopical examination of all growths removed from the nares, together with a report of early diagnoses of malignant growths [Rosenheim, S.]. — 1906, 17: 181

Observations on the growth of carcinoma cells within the muscle fibres in carcinomatous metastases to voluntary muscle [White, G.H.]. — 1906, 17: 278

Carcinoma of the cervix uteri. A pathological and clinical study with particular reference to the relative malignancy of the neoplastic process as indicated by the predominant type of cancer cell [Martzloff, K.H.]. — 1923, 34: 141, 184

The main characteristic of carcinoma cells in vitro [Fischer, A.]. — 1928, 43: 105

The vital staining of rabbit carcinoma [Tilghman, R.C., and Lee, F.C.]. — 1931, 49: 360

Cancer cervical
Pathology of cervical cancer. (Proceedings) [Sampson, J.A.]. — 1905, 16: 150

Cancer diagnosis
Report of a case of carcinoma diagnosed by means of paracentesis abdominis, with some remarks on the diagnostic value of examinations of serous effusions [Steiner, W.R.]. — 1901, 12: 310

Further observations on the carcinoma skin reactions [Lisser, H., and Bloomfield, A.L.]. — 1912, 23: 356

Cancer diet
The influence of dieting upon the course of cancer [Rous, F.P.]. — 1915, 26: 146

Cancer etiology and pathogenesis
On the occurrence of newly-formed lymphatic vessels in malignant growths. With a demonstration of their origin and ingrowth in the metastases of a round-celled sarcoma [Evans, H.M.]. — 1908, 19: 232

Viruses and virus-like agents as causes of cancer. A brief recounting and reflection [Kidd, J.G.]. — 1948, 82: 583

Cancer experimental
Experimental approach to the cancer problem. I. Four important phases of cancer research. II. Avian tumors in relation to the general problem of malignancy [Murphy, J.B.]. — 1935, 56: 1

Cancer giant cell, of bone
Giant cell sarcoma of the bone [Bloodgood, J.C.]. — 1903, 14: 134

Cancer history of
An epitome of the history of carcinoma [Park, R.]. — 1903, 14: 289

Cancer in post-rectal tissues
Recurrent carcinoma in post-rectal tissues with metastases; death from infection with the streptococcus pyogenes. (Proceedings) [Barker, L.F.]. — 1893, 4: 71

Cancer in the floor of the mouth
Sarcoma in the floor of the mouth. Excision followed by hypertrophy of the left submaxillary gland. (Proceedings) [Bloodgood, J.C.]. — 1894, 5: 120

Cancer metastases
A case of carcinoma metastases in bone from a primary tumor of the prostate [Cone, S.M.]. — 1898, 9: 114

A report of two cases of osteoplastic carcinoma of the prostate with a review of the literature [Blumer, G.]. — 1909, 20: 200

Primary carcinoma of the trachea with cutaneous carcinomatosis [Keeney, E.L.]. — 1937, 61: 411

A clinical and anatomical study of neurological conditions resulting from metastases in the central nervous system due to carcinoma of the lung. Review of one hundred cases [King, A.B., and Ford, F.R.]. — 1942, 70: 124

Cancer of mamma
A case of cancer of the mamma cured by means of Roentgen rays [Schiff, E.]. — 1904, 15: 192

Cancer of the appendix
I. Primary carcinoma of the appendix vermiformis; II. Carcinoma of the appendix secondary to carcinoma of the ovaries [Hurdon, E.]. — 1900, 11: 175

Cancer of the eye
A case of sarcoma of the eye, involving chiefly the ciliary body [Wooley, P.G.]. — 1905, 16: 402

Cancer of the Fallopian tube
See Fallopian Tubes cancer

Cancer of the gallbladder
Primary carcinoma of the gall-bladder [Ames, D.]. — 1894, 5: 74

Cancer of the ileum
Multiple primary carcinomata of th ileum [Bunting, C.H.]. — 1904, 15: 389

Cancer of the larynx
A plea for early naked-eye diagnosis and removal of the entire organ with neighboring area of possible lymphatic infection in cancer of the larynx [Mackenzie, J.N.]. — 1900, 11: 323

Cancer of the liver
Cirrhosis hepatis anthracotica [Welch, W.H.]. — 1891, 2: 32

Cirrhosis of the liver with glomerulo-nephritis. (Proceedings) [Councilman, W.T.]. — 1891, 2: 40

Two cases of cirrhosis of the liver in children. (Proceedings) [Osler, W.]. — 1903, 14: 322

Cancer of the liver. (Proceedings) [Cullen, T.S.]. — 1905, 16: 110

Cancer of the male breast
Carcinoma of the male breast [Warfield, L.M.]. — 1901, 12: 305

Cancer of the oesophagus
Carcinoma of the oesophagus. (Proceedings) [Finney, J.M.T.]. — 1895, 6: 32

A case of sarcoma of the oesophagus [Livingood, L.E.]. — 1898, 9: 159

Cancer of the pancreas
See Pancreas cancer

Cancer of the peri-pancreatic lymph-glands
Sarcoma of the peri-pancreatic lymph glands with miliary sarcomatosis of the peritoneum, etc. (Proceedings) [Flexner, S.]. — 1892, 3: 121

Cancer of the prostate
See Prostate cancer

Cancer of the pylorus
Specimen of cancer of pylorus. (Proceedings) [Thayer, W.S.]. — 1891, 2: 162

Cancer of the sternum
Medullary form of sarcoma of the sternum, with metastases in the lymphatic glands [Welch, W.H.]. — 1893, 4: 103

Cancer of the stomach
Diffuse infiltrating carcinoma of the stomach. (Proceedings) [Welch, W.H.]. — 1893, 4: 98

Cirrhosis of the stomach. (Proceedings) [McCrae, T.]. — 1901, 12: 25

The extent of gastric digestion in cases of carcinoma of the stomach [Emerson, C.P.]. — 1902, 13: 91

The extent of gastric digestion in cases of carcinoma of the stomach [Emerson, C.P.]. — 1902, 13: 91

Coma in cancer of the stomach. (Proceedings) [Osler, W.]. — 1902, 13: 145

Coma in cancer of the stomach. (Proceedings) [Osler, W.]. — 1902, 13: 145

Cancer of the tibia
Sarcoma of the tibia. (Proceedings) [Bloodgood, J.C.]. — 1903, 14: 315

Cancer of the uterus
Carcinoma uteri with nephritis. (Proceedings) [Robb, H.]. — 1890, 1: 112

Introduction of bougies into the ureters preceding hysterectomy and the removal of densely adherent structures adjacent to the ureter. (Proceedings) [Kelly, H.A.]. — 1894, 5: 17

A more radical method of performing hysterectomy for cancer of uterus [Clark, J.G.]. — 1895, 6: 120

The clinical course of forty-seven cases of carcinoma of the uterus subsequent to hysterectomy [Russell, W.W.]. — 1895, 6: 154

Ten cases of cancer of the uterus operated upon by a more radical method of performing hysterectomy [Clark, J.G.]. — 1896, 7: 37

Carcinoma uteri. (Proceedings) [Kelly, H.A.]. — 1899, 10: 196

The importance of a more radical operation in carcinoma cervicis uteri as suggested by pathological findings in the parametrium [Sampson, J.A.]. — 1902, 13: 299

The efficiency of the periureteral arterial plexus, and the importance of its preservation in the more radical operations for carcinoma cervicis uteri [Sampson, J.A.]. — 1904, 15: 39

The relation between carcinoma cervicis uteri and the ureters, and its significance in the more radical operations for that disease [Sampson, J.A.]. — 1904, 15: 72

Complications arising from freeing the ureters in the more radical operations for carcinoma cervicis uteri, with special reference to post-operative ureteral necrosis [Sampson, J.A.]. — 1904, 15: 123

The relation between carcinoma cervicis uteri and the bladder and its significance in the more radical operations for that disease [Sampson, J.A.]. — 1904, 15: 156

The relation between carcinoma cervicis uteri and the rectum and its significance in the more radical operations for that disease [Sampson, J.A.]. — 1904, 15: 198

The cure of uterine cancer. (Proceedings) [Clark, J.G.]. — 1905, 16: 149

Cancer of umbilicus
Adenocarcinoma of the umbilicus. (Proceedings) [Cullen, T.S.]. — 1905, 16: 110

Cancer ovarian
See Ovary sarcoma

Cancer pathological changes
Pathological changes in cancer in mice. (Proceedings) [Welch, W.H.]. — 1905, 16: 147

Cancer pelvic
Multiple metastases from pelvic sarcoma. (Proceedings) [Harris, N.MacL., and MacCallum, W.G.]. — 1899, 10: 71

Cancer radium therapy
A brief outline of the status of radium therapeutics [Burnam, C.F.]. — 1915, 26: 190

Cancer transplantation
Attempted heterologous transplantation of carcinoma of the cervix [Scott, R.B., and Brack, C.B.]. — 1949, 84: 526

Cancer urine in
The Bence-Jones proteinuria in conditions other than myelomatosis: An instance associated with metastatic carcinoma [Boggs, T.R., and Guthrie, C.G.]. — 1912, 23: 353

Cancerous Uterus
See Uterus carcinoma

Capillaries
The role of the capillaries and their endothelium in the distribution of colloidal carbon by the blood stream [Brickner, R.M.]. — 1927, 40: 90

A note on the nail-fold capillaries in negroes [Bordley, J., III, Grow, M.H., and Sherman, W.B.]. — 1936, 59: 447

Intermittent blood flow in the capillaries of human skin [Bordley, J., III, Grow, M.H., and Sherman, W.B.]. — 1938, 62: 1

Pulmonary edema and pleural effusion produced by acute alpha-naphthyl thiourea poisoning in rats and dogs [Latta, H.]. — 1947, 80: 181

Carbamic Acid
On the appearance of carbamic acid in the urine after the continued administration of lime water, and the fate of carbamic acid in the body [Abel, J.J.]. — 1894, 5: 37

Carbohydrate Metabolism
The chemical dynamics of muscle [Hopkins, F.G.]. — 1921, 32: 359

The metabolism of the aerobic working muscles [Lundsgaard, E.]. — 1938, 63: 15

The metabolism of the isolated liver [Lundsgaard, E.]. — 1938, 63: 90

The effect of stimulation on the fat and carbohydrate content of the gastrocnemius muscle in the phlorizinized rat [Gemmill, C.L.]. — 1940, 66: 71

Pyruvate oxidation and the citric acid cycle [Evans, E.A., Jr.]. — 1941, 69: 225

The effect of purified diet deficient in carbohydrate on the rat [Follis, R.H., Jr., and Straight, W.M.]. — 1943, 72: 39

Carbohydrate Metabolism hormonal influence
Carbohydrate tolerance and the posterior lobe of the hypophysis cerebri. An experimental and clinical study [Goetsch, E., Cushing, H., and Jacobson, C.]. — 1911, 22: 165

Disappearance of diabetes mellitus during the development of cirrhosis of the liver [Bordley, J., III]. — 1930, 47: 113

The control of carbohydrate metabolism [MacLeod, J.J.R.]. — 1934, 54: 79

Glycogenetic function of the liver in experimental hyperthyroidism [Buell, M.V., and Strauss, M.B.]. — 1934, 55: 220

The action of insulin on glycogen reserves [Bridge, E.M.]. — 1938, 62: 408

The coincidence of diabetes mellitus and Addison's disease. Effect of cortical extract on glycemia and glycosuria [Bloomfield, A.L.]. — 1939, 65: 456

Salt, carbohydrate and water appetite of adrenalectomized rats before and after treatment with desoxycorticosterone pellets [Mark, J.]. — 1943, 72: 243

Carbolic Acid
See Phenol

Carbon Dioxide
The relation between carcinoma cervicis uteri and the bladder and its significance in the more radical operations for that disease [Sampson, J.A.]. — 1904, 15: 156

Determination of the basal metabolism from the carbon-dioxide elimination. With a statistical note by Raymond Pearl [King, J.T.]. — 1921, 32: 277

Superventilation and carbon dioxide elimination [King, J.T., and Cross, V.B.]. — 1923, 34: 349

The effect of carbon dioxide on cells in tissue culture [Bauer, J.T.]. — 1925, 37: 420

Carbon Monoxide
On the preparation of haematoporphyrin from carbon monoxide haemoglobin [Smetana, H.]. — 1925, 37: 408

Carbon Tetrachloride
Studies on the pathological histology of experimental carbon tetrachloride poisoning [Gardner, G.H., Grove, R.C., Gustafson, R.K., Maire, E.D., Thompson, M.J., Wells, H.S., and Lamson, P.D.]. — 1925, 36: 107

Carcinoma
See Cancer

Carcinoma diagnosis
See Cancer diagnosis

Carcinoma history of
See Cancer history of

Carcinoma of Fallopian tube
See Fallopian Tubes cancer

Cardiac Disease
See Heart Disease

Cardiac Hypertrophy
See Heart hypertrophy

Cardiac Insufficiency
See Heart insufficiency

Cardiac Pathology
See Heart pathology

Cardiazol
See Metrazol

Cardiograms
Cardiograms obtained from a case of operative defect in the chest wall [Erlanger, J.]. — 1905, 16: 394

Cardiothoracic Index
The calcification of the coastal cartilages, the cardiothoracic index and other signs of pulmonary tuberculosis [Boardman, W.W., and Dunham, H.K.]. — 1911, 22: 247

Cardiovascular System
The symptoms of coronary occlusion [Hamman, L.]. — 1926, 38: 273

The circulatory failure of diphtheria. I. The clinical manifestations of early and late failure [Schwentker, F.F., and Noel, W.W.]. — 1929, 45: 276

A study of experimental factors in the circulation, with special reference to the problem of acute circulatory failure [Price, P.B., Sloan, H.E., Jr., and LaRochelle, F.T.]. — 1942, 70: 26

A peculiar type of adrenal cortical damage associated with acute infections, and its possible relation to circulatory collapse [Rich, A.R.]. — 1944, 74: 1

Epivascular choroidal pigment streaks, their pathology and possible prognostic significance [Scholz, R.O.]. — 1945, 77: 345

Carmine
The inactivation of the chicken-tumor virus by means of carmine [Lewis, M.R., and Andervont, H.B.]. — 1927, 40: 265

Carotene
See Vitamins A

Carotid Body
An alveolar tumor of the carotid gland with sarcomatous transformation [Woolley, P.G., and Fee, F.]. — 1912, 23: 146

Adenomata of the carotid gland [Reid, M.R.]. — 1920, 31: 177

Carrel Treatment
See Wounds healing

Carriers
The bactericidal power of the blood serum of a typhoid carrier, before and during a course of active immunization with typhoid vaccines. Patient ceases to be a carrier [Meader, F.M.]. — 1910, 21: 280

Diphtheria bacillus carriers. Second communication [Guthrie, C.G., Gelien, J., and Moss, W.L.]. — 1920, 31: 388

The mechanism of the carrier state, with special reference to carriers of Friedländer's bacillus [Bloomfield, A.L.]. — 1921, 32: 10

Diphtheria bacillus carriers. A report of conditions found in an orphan asylum [Moss, W.L., Guthrie, C.G., and Gelien, J.]. — 1921, 32: 109

Diphtheria bacillus carriers; results of re-examination of apparently negative cultures [Marshall, B.C., and Guthrie, C.G.]. — 1922, 33: 110

Cartilage
An experimental multiple chondroma [Helmholz, H.F.]. — 1907, 18: 369

The transplantation of rib cartilage into pedunculated skin flaps. An experimental study [Davis, J.S.]. — 1913, 24: 116

Histochemical studies on cartilage and bone. I. The normal pattern [Follis, R.H., Jr., and Berthrong, M.]. — 1949, 85: 281

Studies on the chemical differentiation of the developing cartilage and bone. I. General method. Alkaline phosphatase activity [Follis, R.H., Jr.]. — 1949, 85: 360

Casein
See also Amino Acids

Milk protein as an inhibitor of skin sensitization in guinea-pigs previously injected intradermally with pneumococci [Martin, L., and Hill, J.H.]. — 1930, 46: 254

Preparation and properties of bacteriological peptones.I. Enzymic hydrolysates of casein [Leifson, E.]. — 1943, 72: 179

Castration
See Prostate Gland castration

The hypophysis of the human castrate [Biggart, J.H.]. — 1934, 54: 157

Cataract
Summary of results obtained, and features of interest, in two hundred and fifteen consecutive cataract extractions [Theobald, S.]. — 1909, 20: 377

A pedigree of hereditary cataract, illustrating sex-limited type [Walsh, F.B., and Wegman, M.E.]. — 1937, 61: 125

Riboflavin deficiency in swine. With special reference to the occurrence of cataracts [Wintrobe, M.M., Buschke, W., Follis, R.H., Jr., and Humphreys, S.]. — 1944, 75: 102

Cataract operations
A series of fifty consecutive operations for cataract [Randolph, R.L.]. — 1892, 3: 19

Two successful cataract operations on a dog [Randolph, R.L.]. — 1895, 6: 28

Operations for cataract. (Proceedings) [Randolph, R.L.]. — 1897, 8: 133

A second series of cataract operations (one hundred and fifty-eight) [Randolph, R.L.]. — 1897, 8: 199

Cataract zonular
Exhibition of patient with zonular cataracts. (Proceedings) [Theobald, S.]. — 1893, 4: 55

Catgut sterilization
The sterilization of catgut by cumol [Clark, J.G., and Miller, G.B.]. — 1896, 7: 46

The sterilization of catgut [Miller, G.B.]. — 1900, 11: 225

Catheter
See also Apparatus

A broken catheter in the bladder, cystitis, calculus, pyelonephritis, lateral lithotomy, death. (Proceedings) [Brown, T.R.]. — 1892, 3: 75

An apparatus to aid the introduction of a catheter or bougie [Walker, G.]. — 1900, 11: 30

Catheter apparatus
See Apparatus

Catheterization of the ureters
Two cases of haematuria with catheterization of ureters and exploratory nephrotomy [Stavely, A.L.]. — 1893, 4: 25

Catheterization of the male ureters [Brown, J.]. — 1893, 4: 73

Catheterization of the ureters in the male [Brown, J.]. — 1895, 6: 12

The catheterization of the ureters in the male through an open cystoscope with the bladder distended with air by posture [Kelly, H.A.]. — 1898, 9: 62

Catheters renal
New use for renal catheters. (Proceedings) [Kelly, H.A.]. — 1899, 10: 116

Cecum
Undescended coecum in the sub-hepatic position [Flint, J.M.]. — 1912, 23: 268

Embryonic bands and membranes about the caecum [Flint, J.M.]. — 1912, 23: 302

Celebration
Celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1939 [...]. — 1939, 65: 38

Cells
The kern-plasma relation theory [Howard, W.T., Jr.]. — 1908, 19: 161

Functional significance of mitochondria in toxic thyroid adenomata. Preliminary report [Goetsch, E.]. — 1916, 27: 129

The formation of vacuoles and neutral red granules in connective-tissue cells and blood cells observed under abnormal conditions [Prigosen, R.E.]. — 1921, 32: 206

Giant centrospheres in xanthomatous tumors [Smith, D.T.]. — 1922, 33: 342

The excitatory state [Bayliss, W.M.]. — 1922, 33: 347

Notes on some interrelations of fibroblasts in tissue culture [DeGaris, C.F.]. — 1924, 35: 90

A supra-vital study of the cells in the lymph stream of the rabbit [Kindwall, J.A.]. — 1927, 40: 39

The formation of epithelioid cells and giant cells in the subcutaneous tissues following the introduction of phosphorus in oil [Cunningham, R.S., Tompkins, E.H., and Lawrence, J.S.]. — 1930, 46: 323

Pinocytosis [Lewis, W.H.]. — 1931, 49: 17

Cells mesenchyme
Tolerance and acquired tolerance of the mesenchyme cells in tissue-cultures for copper sulphate and sodium arsenite [Wilson, J.L.]. — 1922, 33: 375

Cells mitosis
Studies on the mitotic activity of the corneal epithelium; methods; the effects of colchicine, ether, cocaine and ephedrin [Buschke, W., Friedenwald, J.S., and Fleischmann, W.]. — 1943, 73: 143

Podophyllotoxin. A preliminary note [Sullivan, M., and Blanchard, K.]. — 1947, 81: 65

Cells physiology
Reversible gelation in living cells [Lewis, M.R.]. — 1923, 34: 373

Cells pigment
Evidence showing the existence of two distinct types of pigment cells capable of giving rise to melanotic tumors [Smith, D.T.]. — 1925, 36: 185

Cells survival
The survival of cells after the death of the organism [Lewis, W.H., and McCoy, C.C.]. — 1922, 33: 284

Cellular Respiration
Some oxidation mechanisms of the cell [Hopkins, F.G.]. — 1921, 32: 321

The enzyme problem and biological oxidations [Warburg, O.]. — 1930, 46: 341

The metabolism of isolated surviving tissues from animals rendered hyperthyroid with thyroxine [McEachern, D.]. — 1935, 56: 145

The effect of insulin on the glycogen content of isolated muscles [Gemmill, C.L.]. — 1940, 66: 232

The effect of insulin on glycogen deposition and on glucose utilization by isolated muscles [Gemmill, C.L., and Hamman, L., Jr.]. — 1941, 68: 50

The effects of glucose and of insulin on the metabolism of the isolated diaphragm of the rat [Gemmill, C.L.]. — 1941, 68: 329

The distribution of certain oxidative enzymes in the chorioid plexus [Friedenwald, J.S., Hermann, H., and Buka, R.]. — 1942, 70: 1

Studies in the metabolism of the human placenta; oxygen consumption in relation to ageing [Wang, H.W., and Hellman, L.M.]. — 1943, 73: 31

The distribution of certain oxidative enzymes in the ciliary body [Friedenwald, J.S., Hermann, H., and Moses, R.]. — 1943, 73: 421

Enzymatic oxidations in tissue fractions of the ciliary processes [Herrmann, H., Friedenwald, J., and Boss, M.B.]. — 1946, 78: 119

Cellular Respiration of the cornea
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. VIII. The effect of histamine and relates substances on the cohesion of the corneal epithelium [Herrmann, H.]. — 1948, 82: 208

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. X. Exploratory studies on corneal metabolism [Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.]. — 1948, 82: 225

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XI. The effect on mustard on some metabolic processes in the cornea [Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.]. — 1948, 82: 251

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XII. Further experiments on corneal metabolism in respect to glucose and lactic acid [Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.]. — 1948, 82: 260

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XIII. The consumption of pyruvate, acetoin, acetate, and butyrate by the cornea [Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.]. — 1948, 82: 273

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XIV. The utilization of ribose and other pentoses by the cornea [Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.]. — 1948, 82: 287

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XV. Studies on non-protein nitrogen in the cornea [Herrmann, H., and Moses, S.G.]. — 1948, 82: 295

Cerebellum
Studies on the localization of cerebellar tumors. V. The cranial nerves [Grey, E.G.]. — 1916, 27: 251

Studies in neurology; on cerebellar function [Ingvar, S.]. — 1928, 43: 338

Functional studies following lesions of the cerebellar vermis involving the nucleus fastigii [Snider, R.S.]. — 1940, 67: 125

Cerebellum nucleus dentatus, model of
Model of the nucleus dentatus of the cerebellum and its accessory nuclei [Fowler, H.A.]. — 1901, 12: 151

Cerebral Compression vaso-motor center
Concerning a definite regulatory mechanism of the vaso-motor center which controls blood pressure during cerebral compression [Cushing, H.]. — 1901, 12: 290

Cerebral Cortex
Bilateral relations of the cerebral cortex [Mellus, E.L.]. — 1901, 12: 108

Cerebrospinal Fluid cells
Vital and supravital studies of the cells of the cerebrospinal fluid and of the meninges in cats [Kubie, L.S., and Schultz, G.M.]. — 1925, 37: 91

Cerebrospinal Fluid chemistry
Analysis of cerebrospinal fluids of cats with meningeal infections [Felton, L.D.]. — 1919, 30: 242

Non-protein nitrogen and protein concentrations of serum and cerebrospinal fluid on shock [Duncan, G.W., Irvin, J.L., and Sarnoff, S.J.]. — 1944, 75: 135

Cerebrospinal Fluid colloidal gold test
See Colloidal Gold Test

Cerebrospinal Fluid physiology
On the excretion of hexamethylenamin (urotropin) in the cerebrospinal fluid and its therapeutic value in meningitis [Crowe, S.J.]. — 1909, 20: 102

Studies on the cerebrospinal fluid and its pathway, No. IX. Calcareous and osseous deposits in the arachnoidea [Cushing, H., and Wed, L.H.]. — 1915, 26: 367

A study of the haemodynamic reactions of the cerebrospinal fluid and hypophyseal extracts [Jacobson, C.]. — 1920, 31: 185

Spinal arachnoid granulations with especial reference to the cerebrospinal fluid [Elman, R.]. — 1923, 34: 99

Cerebrospinal Fluid pressure
Effects of the intravenous administration of hypertonic solutions of sucrose. With special reference to the cerebrospinal fluid pressure [Masserman, J.H.]. — 1935, 57: 12

Guillain-Barré syndrome (acute infective polyneuritis) with increased intracranial pressure and papilledema [Ford, F.R., and Walsh, F.B.]. — 1943, 73: 391

Cerebrospinal Fluid xanthochromia
The significance of xanthochromia of the cerebrospinal fluid [Sprunt, T.P., and Walker, J.E.]. — 1917, 28: 80

Cervical Ribs
See Ribs

Cervix Uteri endothelioma of
Endothelioma of the cervix uteri [Hurdon, E.]. — 1898, 9: 186

Cesarean Section
A case of conservative Caesarean section. (Proceedings) [Kelly, H.A.]. — 1891, 2: 62

Caesarean section and serious dystocia following ventrofixation and suspension [Lynch, F.W.]. — 1904, 15: 162

A case of Caesarean section following ventral fixation [Clark, A.H., and Bowley, R.L]. — 1905, 16: 101

The high incision in Caesarean section [Thompson, W.L.]. — 1914, 25: 336

A histological study of 50 uteri removed at Caesarean section [Williams, J.W.]. — 1917, 28: 335

A critical analysis of twenty-one years' experience with Caesarean section [Williams, J.W.]. — 1921, 32: 173

A clinical and anatomical study of fifty-one cases of repeated Caesarean section with especial reference to the healing of the cicatrix and to the occurrence of rupture through it [Gamble, T.O.]. — 1922, 33: 93

A study of the results obtained in sixty-four Caesarean sections terminated by supravaginal hysterectomy [Harris, J.W.]. — 1922, 33: 318

Charcot's Joints
See Joints

Chemotherapy
Observations bearing on the possibility of developing an experimental chemotherapy of tuberculosis [Lewis, P.A.]. — 1917, 28: 120

Cheyne-Stokes Respiration
See Respiration

Chick Embryo
The growth of embryonic chick tissues in artificial media, agar and bouillon [Lewis, M.R., and Lewis, W.H.]. — 1911, 22: 126

The development of cross-striations in the heart muscle of the chick embryo [Lewis, M.R.]. — 1919, 30: 176

The pigmented epithelium of the embryo chick's eye studied in vivo and in vitro. With special reference to the origin and development of melanin pigment [Smith, D.T.]. — 1920, 31: 239

The destruction of Bacillus radicicola by the connective-tissue cells of the chick embryo in vitro [Lewis, M.R.]. — 1923, 34: 223

Studies on the physiological anatomy of the embryonic heart. I. The demonstration of complete heart block in chick embryos during the second, third, and fourth days of incubation [Johnstone, P.N.]. — 1924, 35: 87

Notes on some interrelations of fibroblasts in tissue culture [DeGaris, C.F.]. — 1924, 35: 90

The influence of temperature on the rhythm of the isolated heart of the young chick embryo [Lewis, W.H.]. — 1924, 35: 252

Observations on the effects of folic acid antagonists, folic acid, liver extract and vitamin B12 on embryonated eggs. A preliminary report [Wagley, P.F., and Morgan, H.R.]. — 1948, 83: 275

Chickenpox
Atypical distribution of varicella lesions dependent upon a coexistent syphilitic infection [Tillet, W.S., and Rivers, T.M.]. — 1924, 35: 137

The nervous complications of variola, vaccinia, and varicella with report of cases [Wilson, R.E., and Ford, F.R.]. — 1927, 40: 337

Bullous impetigo complicating varicella. Report of a case [Eldridge, L.A., Jr., and Rivers, T.M.]. — 1927, 41: 354

Varicella complicated by acute nephritis. Report of a case associated with streptococcal infection of the tonsils. [Denny, E.R., and Baker, B.M., Jr.]. — 1929, 44: 201

Congenital chickenpox with disseminated visceral lesions [Oppenheimer, E.H.]. — 1944, 74: 240

Children
Camp Life: Its sphere of usefulness and its beneficial effects on growing boys [Hill, E.C.]. — 1907, 18: 484

Children diseases
The acquired venereal infections in children. A report of hundred and eighty-seven children treated in the Women's Venereal Department of The Johns Hopkins Hospital Dispensary. "A study." [Pollack, F.]. — 1909, 20: 142

The importance of a thorough teaching of infectious diseases of childhood in the medical curriculum [Von Pirquet, C.F.]. — 1910, 21: 316

A discussion of acidosis. With special reference to that occurring in diseases of children [Howland, J., and Marriott, W.M.]. — 1916, 27: 63

Bacillary dysentery in children [Davison, W.C.]. — 1920, 31: 225

The prognosis of acute glomerular nephritis in childhood [Guild, H.G.]. — 1931, 48: 193

Paratyphoid-like fever in children due to Salmonella suipestifer group [Kuttner, A.G., and Zepp, H.D.]. — 1932, 51: 373

Two cases of periarteritis nodosa occurring in the first month of life [Wilmer, H.A.]. — 1945, 77: 275

Sedimentation rate in asthma in children [Livingston, S.]. — 1948, 82: 385

Children intestinal flora
Note on the occurrence of Bacterium welchii (Bacillus aerogenes capsulatus) in the dejecta of children [Knox, J.H.M., Jr., and Ford, W.W.]. — 1915, 26: 27

Children nervous and mental disorders
Some adaptive difficulties found in school children [Richards, E.L.]. — 1920, 31: 461

The elementary school and the individual child (abstract) [Richards, E.L.]. — 1922, 33: 265

Post-encephalitic behavior disorders in children [Hohman, L.B.]. — 1922, 33: 372

The nervous complications of measles; with a summary of the literature and publication of 12 additional case reports [Ford, F.R.]. — 1928, 43: 140

Children parasites
Giardia (lamblia) intestinalis. A common protozoan parasite of children [Maxcy, K.F.]. — 1921, 32: 166

Chloralamide
On chloralamide [Toulmin, H.]. — 1890, 1: 32

Chlorine and Chlorine Compounds
Dakin's solution and Dakin's oil in the normal peritoneal cavity of the dog [Grey, E.G.]. — 1918, 29: 221

The rate of the locomotion in Ameba in alkali chlorides [Edwards, J.G., and Forgrave, H.S., Jr.]. — 1923, 34: 387

Chloroform death from
A death from chloroform. Impossibility of inducing artificial respiration on account of rigid thorax and adherent abdominal viscera [Clark, J.G.]. — 1895, 6: 89

Chloroform poisoning
Chloroform poisoning. Liver necrosis and repair [Whipple, G.H., and Sperry, J.A.]. — 1909, 20: 278

Chloroform poisoning. Resistance of the pigeon, frog and terrapin to late chloroform poisoning [Mosiman, R.E., and Whipple, G.H.]. — 1912, 23: 323

Tests for the hepatic function: lactose tolerance as influenced by the liver necrosis of chloroform poisoning [Hurwitz, S.H., and Bloomfield, A.L.]. — 1913, 24: 380

A chemical study of a case of chloroform poisoning [Stander, H.J.]. — 1924, 35: 46

Chloroma
See Tumors chloroma

Cholecystitis
See Gallbladder diseases

Cholecystitis and cholelithiasis
See Cholelithiasis

Cholecystitis suppurative
A case of acute suppurative cholecystitis with isolation of the Bacillus typhosus eighteen years after an attack of typhoid fever [Hunner, G.L.]. — 1899, 10: 163

Cholelithiasis
Typhoidal cholecystitis and cholelithiasis [Cushing, H.]. — 1898, 9: 91

The relation of cholelithiasis to disease of the pancreas and to fat-necrosis. (Proceedings) [Opie, E.L.]. — 1901, 12: 19

Cholesterol
Studies with lecithin and cholesterin in relation to the antihemolytic property of human serum [Clark, H.M., and Evans, F.A.]. — 1921, 32: 113

Clinical and pathological studies on chronic nephrosis [Major, R.H., and Helwig, F.C.]. — 1925, 36: 260

The relationship between serum cholesterol and total body cholesterol in experimental hyper-and hypo-thyroidism [Fleischman, W., and Shumacker, H.B., Jr.]. — 1942, 71: 175

Choline
The production of kidney lesions in rats by diets defective only in that they contained excessive amounts of proteins [Polvogt, L.M., McCollum, E.V., and Simmonds, N.]. — 1923, 34: 168

Recent concepts in the treatment of hepatic disease [Ratnoff, O.D.]. — 1949, 84: 101

Pyridine level and kidney injury in rats; the influence of diet, with particular attention to methionine, cystine, and choline [Baxter, J.H.]. — 1949, 85: 138

Choline acetyl
See Acetylcholine

Cholinesterase
The choline esterase content of the chorioid plexus and ciliary processes [Herrmann, H., and Friedenwald, J.S.]. — 1942, 70: 14

Symposium on the physiology of acetylcholine. I. The role of acetylcholine in conduction. [Discussion by S. Krop] [Nachmansohn, D.]. — 1948, 83: 463, 493

Cholinesterase inhibition
The administration of di-isopropyl fluorophosphate (DFP) to man. I. Effect on plasma and erythrocyte cholinesterase; general systemic effects; use in study of hepatic function and erythropoiesis; and some properties of plasma cholinesterase [Grob, D., Lilenthal, J.L., Jr., Harvey, A.M., and Jones, B.F.]. — 1947, 81: 217

The administration of di-isopropyl fluorophosphate (DFP) to man. II. Effect on intestinal motility and use in the treatment of abdominal distention [Grob, D., Lilenthal, J.L., Jr., and Harvey, A.M.]. — 1947, 81: 245

The administration of di-isopropyl fluorophosphate (DFP) to man. III. Effect on the central nervous system with special reference to the electrical activity of the brain [Grob, D., Harvey, A.M., Langworthy, O.R., and Lilienthal, J.L., Jr.]. — 1947, 81: 257

The administration of di-isopropyl fluorophosphate to man. IV. The effects on neuromuscular function in normal subjects and myasthenia gravis [Harvey, A.M., Lilienthal, J.L., Jr., Grob, D., Jones, B.F., and Talbot, S.A.]. — 1947, 81: 267

Symposium on the physiology of acetylcholine. V. The effect of anticholinesterases and related substances on nervous activity in the cockroach [Discussion by A.M. Harvey] [Roeder, K.D.]. — 1948, 83: 587, 600

Observations on the effects of tetraethyl pyrophosphate (TEPP) in man, and on its use in the treatment of myasthenia gravis [Grob, D., and Harvey, A.M.]. — 1949, 84: 532

Chondrodystrophia Foetalis
Chondrodystrophia foetalis. Notes on the pathological changes in four cases [MacCallum, W.G.]. — 1915, 26: 182

Chorea
Relation of tonsillar and nasopharyngeal infections to general systemic disorders [Crowe, S.J., Watkins, S.S., and Rothholz, A.S.]. — 1917, 28: 1

An electromyographic study of chorea [Cobb, S.]. — 1919, 30: 35

Chorea hereditary
Hereditary chorea. (Proceedings) [Osler, W.]. — 1890, 1: 110

Case of hereditary chorea. (Proceedings) [Osler, W.]. — 1894, 5: 119

Chorea minor
A case of chorea minor occurring during an attack of maniacal excitement in an adult [Berkley, H.J.]. — 1895, 6: 44

Chorea with embolism
Chorea with embolism of central artery of retina [Thomas, H.M.]. — 1901, 12: 321

Chorion
Hofbauer cells (clasmatocytes) of the human chorionic villus [Lewis, W.H.]. — 1924, 35: 183

Choroid Plexus
The distribution of certain oxidative enzymes in the chorioid plexus [Friedenwald, J.S., Hermann, H., and Buka, R.]. — 1942, 70: 1

Christ, statue of
Remarks at the presentation of Thorwaldsen's statue of Christ to the Hospital [Spence, W.W.]. — 1897, 8: 1

Christian Science
A study of Christian Science [Marshall, H.T.]. — 1900, 11: 128

Chromaffin System
See also Tumors pheochromocytoma

Note on a modification of the chromaffin reaction, with observations on the occurrence of abdominal chromaffin bodies in mammals [Wislocki, G.B.]. — 1922, 33: 359

Note on the abdominal chromaffin body in dogs [Wislocki, G.B., and Crowe, S.J.]. — 1922, 33: 377

Experimental observations on the adrenals and the chromaffin system [Wislocki, G.B., and Crowe, S.J.]. — 1924, 35: 187

Chromium and Chromium Compounds
Studies on a case of chronic acid nephritis [Major, R.H.]. — 1922, 33: 56

Chromosomes
The tetraploid number of chromosomes in the malignant cell of the Walker rat sarcoma No. 1 [Lewis, M.R., and Lockwood, J.]. — 1929, 44: 187

On the chromosomal nature of nucleoli [Lewis, W.H.]. — 1940, 66: 60

Chute infected clothing
See Hospitals infected clothing

Circulation
Is the anastomosis between the portal vein and the vena cava compatible with life? [Bernheim, B.M., and Voegtlin, C.]. — 1912, 23: 46

The effect of ligation of the common iliac artery on the circulation and function of the lower extremity. Report of a cure of ilio-femoral aneurism by the application of an aluminum band to that vessel [Halsted, W.S.]. — 1912, 23: 191

An experimental study of the anastomotic circulation in the dog [Reichert, F.L.]. — 1924, 35: 385

A few observations on the haemodynamics of the normal circulation; and the changes which occur in aortic insufficiency [Gladstone, S.A.]. — 1929, 44: 83

The importance of the circulatory balance in the survival of replanted limbs [Reichert, F.L.]. — 1931, 49: 86

A study of experimental factors in the circulation, with special reference to the problem of acute circulatory failure [Price, P.B., Sloan, H.E., Jr., and LaRochelle, F.T.]. — 1942, 70: 26

Circulation of the blood
See Blood circulation

Cirrhosis biliary
Biliary cirrhosis of family type. (Proceedings) [Osler, W.]. — 1905, 16: 112

Cirrhosis hepatis
See Cancer of the liver

Cirrhosis of liver
See Cancer of the liver

Cirrhosis of stomach
See Cancer of the stomach

Cisterna Magna
The treatment of intracranial haemorrhage resulting from cisternal puncture [Dandy, W.E.]. — 1935, 56: 294

Climate
Asthma - as observed overseas in a general hospital in the Southwest Pacific area - with special reference to relationship of tropical service to onset and recurrence [Winkenwerder, W.L.]. — 1946, 78: 78

Clinical Methods
Lantern slides as an aid to clinical teaching. (Proceedings) [Kelly, H.A.]. — 1894, 5: 35

The accuracy of certain clinical methods [Emerson, C.P.]. — 1903, 14: 9

Club Foot
Acquired club foot. (Proceedings) [Platt, W.B.]. — 1896, 7: 145

Congenital club foot. (Proceedings) [Platt, W.B.]. — 1896, 7: 145, 146

Cobra-Lecithid
See Hemolysins

Cocaine
Studies on the mitotic activity of the corneal epithelium; methods; the effects of colchicine, ether, cocaine and ephedrin [Buschke, W., Friedenwald, J.S., and Fleischmann, W.]. — 1943, 73: 143

Cocaine Anaesthesia
See Anesthesia cocaine

Coccidioidomycosis
See also Fungi

A protective cabinet for investigators studying Coccidioides immitis and other infectious fungi [Keeney, E.L.]. — 1946, 78: 113

Coccidium Bigeminum
Comparative surgery. Second series of reports. V. Note on the finding of coccidium bigeminum [Bancroft, F.W., and Cross, E.S.]. — 1906, 17: 370

Cochlea
See Ear

Cod-Liver Oil
The radiographic evidence of the influence of cod-liver oil in rickets [Park, E.A., and Howland, J.]. — 1921, 32: 341

Infantile rickets. Treatment by intramuscular injection of a cod-liver oil concentrate [Wilkins, L., and Kramer, B.]. — 1927, 40: 52

The influence of the administration of cod-liver oil to the mother on the development of rickets in the infant [Weech, A.A.]. — 1927, 40: 244

Calcium and phosphorus studies. V. The comparative effectiveness of viosterol and cod liver oil in protecting the body against a calcium deficiency in the diet [Shelling, D.H., and Asher D.E.]. — 1932, 50: 344

On the alleged toxicity of cod liver oil [Cox, W.M., Jr., and Roos, A.J.]. — 1934, 54: 430

Coeliotomy for myoma, uterus
See Bacterium coli commune

Colchicine
Studies on the mitotic activity of the corneal epithelium; methods; the effects of colchicine, ether, cocaine and ephedrin [Buschke, W., Friedenwald, J.S., and Fleischmann, W.]. — 1943, 73: 143

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XVI. Comparison of the effects of mustard, ultraviolet and X-radiation and colchicine on the cornea [Friedenwald, J.S., Buschke, W., and Moses, S.G.]. — 1948, 82: 312

Colds
See Respiratory Tract diseases

Colitis ulcerative
Simple ulcerative colitis. (Proceedings) [Miller, G.B.]. — 1901, 12: 23

Typhoid nodular colitis [Whipple, G.H.]. — 1906, 17: 281

The bacterial flora and hydrogen-ion concentration of the lower human ileum; the effect of lactose and acidophilus milk administration; and the possible relationship of ileal flora to chronic ulcerative colitis [Paulson, M.]. — 1929, 45: 315

Regional ileitis and ulcerative colitis [Stafford, E.S.]. — 1938, 62: 399

Collargol
See Silver

College of Physicians of Philadelphia
Remarks on the occasion of the dedication of the new hall of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia [Thayer, W.S.]. — 1910, 21: 11

Collodium sacs
Concerning an improved method of making collodium sacs [Harris, N.MacL.]. — 1902, 13: 112

Colloidal Gold Test
The colloidal gold reaction in the cerebrospinal fluid [Miller, S.R., and Levy, R.L.]. — 1914, 25: 133

A further study of the diagnostic value of the colloidal gold reaction, together with a method for the preparation of the reagent [Miller, S.R., Brush, N.D., Hammers, J.S., and Felton, L.D.]. — 1915, 26: 391

The significance of the H-ion concentration for the colloidal gold test. A new method for the preparation of colloidal gold [Wuth, O., and Faupel, M.H.]. — 1927, 40: 297

Colloids
A study of the behavior of syphilitic and normal sera towards certain colloidal solutions [Mason, V.R.]. — 1920, 31: 234

The fate of true solutions (phenolsulphonephthalein) and colloids (trypan blue) injected into the mammalian embryo [Wislocki, G.B.]. — 1921, 32: 93

Interfacial phenomena with special reference to colloids and enzymes [Bayliss, W.M.]. — 1922, 33: 307

Reversible gelation in living cells [Lewis, M.R.]. — 1923, 34: 373

Coloboma Lentis
See also Aniridia

An unusual anomaly of the crystalline lens, coloboma lentis. (Proceedings) [Theobald, S.]. — 1894, 5: 52

Colon
Colonmetrographic studies of the effects of section of the parasympathetic nerves of the colon [Scott, H.W., Jr., and Cantrell, J.R.]. — 1949, 85: 310

Colon dilatation of
Cases of dilatation of the colon in young children. (Proceedings) [Osler, W.]. — 1893, 4: 41

Idiopathic dilatation of the colon. (Proceedings) [Futcher, T.B.]. — 1900, 11: 114

Colorimeter and Colorimetry
Quantitative studies with arsphenamine. I. A colorimetric method for the estimation of arsphenamine in blood and tissues [Kolls, A.C., and Youmans, J.B.]. — 1923, 34: 149

A substitute for acid hematin as the standard in Sahli's hemoglobinometer [Felton, L.D.]. — 1923, 34: 357

The microdetermination of antimony [Maren, T.H.]. — 1945, 77: 338

Coma cancer of the stomach
See Cancer of the stomach

Communicable Diseases
The importance of a thorough teaching of infectious diseases of childhood in the medical curriculum [Von Pirquet, C.F.]. — 1910, 21: 316

The possible role of books in the dissemination of the contagious diseases [Laubach, C.A.]. — 1916, 27: 183

Comparative Surgery (First series of reports)
Comparative Surgery (First series of reports) [...]. — 1905, 16: 179

Comparative Surgery (Second series of reports)
[Introduction to] Comparative Surgery. Second series of reports [Cushing, H., and Gilman, P.K.]. — 1906, 17: 369

Comparative surgery. Second series of reports. V. Note on the finding of coccidium bigeminum [Bancroft, F.W., and Cross, E.S.]. — 1906, 17: 370

Chronic endocarditis with bloody ascites [Henry, G.R.]. — 1906, 17: 372

The radical cure of prolapsus vaginae [Gatch, W.D.]. — 1906, 17: 374

Six cases of infection with filaria immitis [Hopkins, J.G.]. — 1906, 17: 377

A further report on hernia in dogs [Dochez, A.R.]. — 1906, 17: 380

Sarcoma of undescended testicle [Von Gerber, W.]. — 1906, 17: 383

Observations on distemper [Heuer, G.J.]. — 1906, 17: 385

Comparative Surgery (Third series of reports)
Introduction to Comparative Surgery. Third series of reports [Cushing, H., and Ortschild, J.F.]. — 1907, 18: 459

Balano-posthitis in dogs [Geraghty, J.T.]. — 1907, 18: 462

Prostatic hypertrophy and prostatic atrophy in the dog [Churchman, J.W.]. — 1907, 18: 463

The parasites of Baltimore dogs [Crowe, S.J.]. — 1907, 18: 464

Osteo-sarcoma of the radius in a dog [Gundrum, F.F.]. — 1907, 18: 467

On the alterations in body temperature produced in dogs by morphia and ether [Mills, C.W.]. — 1907, 18: 469

Comparative surgery. Third series of reports. XVII. A study of reversal of the intestine [McClure, R.D., and Derge, H.F.]. — 1907, 18: 472

Comparative surgery. Third series of reports. XVIII. Primary sarcoma of the heart in a dog. [Bryant, C.H.]. — 1907, 18: 474

Comparative surgery. Third series of reports. XIX. Notes on the resection of large portions of the small intestine [Evans, H.M., and Brenizer, A.G.]. — 1907, 18: 477

Complement
The method of "fixation of complement" in the diagnosis of meningococcus and gonococcus infections [Meakins, J.C.]. — 1907, 18: 255

"Diversion of complement" in haemolysis [Meakins, J.C.]. — 1907, 18: 259

Complement fixation in thyroid diseases [Miller, S.R., and Fairbank, R.E.]. — 1915, 26: 245

Studies on the hemolysis of human erythrocytes by homologous complement in the presence of tannic acid [Peck, J.L., and Thomas, L.]. — 1949, 84: 216

A comparison of sarcoidosis and tuberculosis with respect to complement fixation with antigens derived from the tubercle bacillus [Carnes, W.H., and Raffel, S.A.]. — 1949, 85: 204

Conjunctiva cyst of
A case of acquired cyst of the conjunctiva containing an embryonic toothlike structure [Stieren, E.]. — 1905, 16: 308

Conjunctivitis
The histological pathology of a case of measles conjunctivitis [Paul, J.R.]. — 1920, 31: 455

Human conjunctivitis due to the Newcastle virus in the U.S.A. [Freymann, M.W., and Bang, F.B.]. — 1949, 84: 409

Connective Tissue
See Tissue connective

Consciousness
The location of the conscious center in the brain - the corpus striatum [Dandy, W.E.]. — 1946, 79: 34

Constipation
A puzzling case of obstipation apparently due to mesenteric adenitis [Trimble, I.R.]. — 1937, 60: 40

Contracted Finger
See Burn

Convalescence
Studies on fracture convalescence. I. Nitrogen metabolism after fracture and skeletal operations in healthy males [Howard, J.E., Parson, W., Stein, K.E., Eisenberg, H., and Reidt, V.]. — 1944, 75: 156

Studies on fracture convalescence. II. The influence of diet on post-traumatic nitrogen deficit exhibited by fracture patients [Howard, J.E., Winternitz, J., Parson, W., Bigham, R.S., Jr., and Eisenberg, H.]. — 1944, 75: 209

Studies on patients convalescent from fracture. III. The urinary excretion of calcium and phosphorus [Howard, J.E., Parson, W., and Bigham, R.S., Jr.]. — 1945, 77: 291

Studies on convalescence. IV. Nitrogen and mineral balances during starvation and graduated feeding in healthy young males at bed rest [Howard, J.E., Bigham, R.S., Jr., Eisenberg, H., Wagner, D., and Bailey, E.]. — 1946, 78: 282

Convulsions
On the mechanism of convulsive phenomena and allied symptoms [Campbell, C.M.]. — 1917, 28: 318

Blood changes in convulsions, especially in epilepsy [Wuth, O.]. — 1926, 38: 389

A study of the convulsions produced by wormwood [Muncie, W., and Schneider, A.J.]. — 1928, 42: 77

Electrocorticography [Marshall, C., and Walker, A.E.]. — 1949, 85: 344

Copper
See also Minerals iron and copper

Copper Sulphate
Tolerance and acquired tolerance of the mesenchyme cells in tissue-cultures for copper sulphate and sodium arsenite [Wilson, J.L.]. — 1922, 33: 375

Cornea
Dystrophia epithelialis corneae: report of a case [Whitham, L.B.]. — 1914, 25: 156

Edema of the corneal epithelium caused by atabrine. Observation on three patients [Reese, F.M.]. — 1946, 78: 325

Cornea effects of mustard gas
Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. I. Introduction and outline [Friedenwald, J.S., and Woods, A.C.]. — 1948, 82: 81

Studies on physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. II. Primary reaction of mustard with corneal epithelium [Friedenwald, J.S., Scholz, R.O., Snell, A., Jr., and Moses, S.G.]. — 1948, 82: 102

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas allied toxic agents. III. The histopathology of the ocular lesions produced by the sulfur and nitrogen mustards [Maumenee, A.E., and Scholz, R.O.]. — 1948, 82: 121

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. IV. Effects of mustard and nitrogen mustard on mitotic and wound healing activities of the corneal epithelium [Friedenwald, J.S., Buschke, W., and Scholz, R.O.]. — 1948, 82: 148

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. V. Nuclear fragmentation produced by mustard and nitrogen mustards in the corneal epithelium [Friedenwald, J.S., and Buschke, W.]. — 1948, 82: 161

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. VI. Note on karyolysis of the corneal stroma cells [Friedenwald, J.S.]. — 1948, 82: 178

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. VII. The adhesion of epithelium to stroma in the cornea [Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.]. — 1948, 82: 182

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. VIII. The effect of histamine and relates substances on the cohesion of the corneal epithelium [Herrmann, H.]. — 1948, 82: 208

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. IX. Loosening of the corneal epithelium after exposure to mustard [Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.]. — 1948, 82: 213

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. X. Exploratory studies on corneal metabolism [Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.]. — 1948, 82: 225

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XI. The effect on mustard on some metabolic processes in the cornea [Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.]. — 1948, 82: 251

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XII. Further experiments on corneal metabolism in respect to glucose and lactic acid [Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.]. — 1948, 82: 260

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XIII. The consumption of pyruvate, acetoin, acetate, and butyrate by the cornea [Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.]. — 1948, 82: 273

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XIV. The utilization of ribose and other pentoses by the cornea [Herrmann, H., and Hickman, F.H.]. — 1948, 82: 287

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XV. Studies on non-protein nitrogen in the cornea [Herrmann, H., and Moses, S.G.]. — 1948, 82: 295

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XVI. Comparison of the effects of mustard, ultraviolet and X-radiation and colchicine on the cornea [Friedenwald, J.S., Buschke, W., and Moses, S.G.]. — 1948, 82: 312

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. XVII. Summary and some possible interpretations [Friedenwald, J.S.]. — 1948, 82: 326

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. Appendix I. The tolerance of rabbit cornea for various chemical substances [Hughes, W.F., Jr.]. — 1948, 82: 338

Studies on the physiology, biochemistry, and cytopathology of the cornea in relation to injury by mustard gas and allied toxic agents. Appendix II. A mechanical device for the extraction of soluble compounds from the cornea and other tough tissues [Friedenwald, J.S., and Moses, S.G.]. — 1948, 82: 350

Effect of para-aminohippuric acid on sodium thiosulfate determinations in renal clearance studies [Elliott, S.R., II, and Scott, H.W., Jr.]. — 1948, 83: 213

Coronary Vessels
The symptoms of coronary occlusion [Hamman, L.]. — 1926, 38: 273

The typical position of myocardial scars following coronary obstruction [MacCallum, W.G., and Taylor, J.S.]. — 1931, 49: 356

The coronary arteries in relation to sudden death during anaesthesia [Follis, R.H., Jr.]. — 1940, 67: 211

Observations on the morphology and functions of some of the components of the coronary circuit [Wearn, J.T.]. — 1941, 68: 353

Dissecting aneurysm producing coronary occlusion by dissection of the coronary artery [Wainwright, C.W.]. — 1944, 75: 81

Corpus Luteum
Hematomata of the ovary, including corpus luteum cysts [Novak, Emil]. — 1917, 28: 349

The pathological anatomy of the corpus luteum (abscess, cyst, hematoma, and neoplasm) [Novak, Edward, and Te Linde, R.W.]. — 1923, 34: 289

Eversion and herniation of the corpus luteum [Corner, G.W.]. — 1943, 72: 333

Corpus Striatum
The location of the conscious center in the brain - the corpus striatum [Dandy, W.E.]. — 1946, 79: 34

Corrosive Sublimate
See Disinfectants

Cranium
The piston action of the vertebral column developed in certain types of cranial fractures [Sharpe, N.W.]. — 1918, 29: 281

The measurements of intracranial pressure changes in an epileptic and its experimental variations [Ebaugh, F.G., and Stevenson, G.S.]. — 1920, 31: 440

The space compensating function of the cerebro-spinal fluid - in connection with cerebral lesions in epilepsy [Dandy, W.E.]. — 1923, 34: 245

Some aspects and problems of intracranial pressures [Weed, L.H.]. — 1933, 52: 345

Increased intracranial pressure. A clinical analysis of the causes and characteristics of several types [Ford, F.R., and Murphy, E.L.]. — 1939, 64: 369

Electroencephalographic changes associated with different forms of experimentally produced increased intracranial pressure [Stewart, W.A.]. — 1941, 69: 240

Creatine and Creatinine
On the excretion of creatinin in the infant with some notes regarding its occurrence in amniotic fluid [Amberg, S., and Rowntree, L.G.]. — 1910, 21: 40

Placental transmission: creatinine and creatine in the whole blood and plasma of mother and fetus [Plass, E.D.]. — 1917, 28: 137

Placental transmission: total creatinine in plasma, whole blood and corpuscles of mother and fetus. (Additional analyses by a new method) [Plass, E.D.]. — 1917, 28: 297

Myasthenia gravis complicated by thyrotoxicosis: creatine studies. Case report [Thorn, G.W., and Tierney, N.A.]. — 1941, 69: 469

On creatinuria in man. The roles of the renal tubule and of muscle mass [Zierler, K.L., Folk, B.P., Magladery, J.W., and Lilenthal, J.L., Jr.]. — 1949, 85: 370

Creatine Phosphate
See Phosphocreatine

Cretinism pathology
On the anatomy of a myxoedematous idiot [MacCallum, W.G., and Fabyan, M.]. — 1907, 18: 341

Cripples
Early history of the care and treatment of cripples [McMurtrie, D.C.]. — 1914, 25: 57

Crush Syndrome
A study of thoracic duct lymph in experimental crush injury and injury produced by gross trauma [Blalock, A.]. — 1943, 72: 54

Cryoscopy
See Kidneys insufficiency

Culture Media
See Bacteria Mucosa culture media

Cumol Method
See Catgut sterilization

Curare
On certain vascular effects of curare in man: the "histamine" reaction [Grob, D., Lilienthal, J.L., Jr., and Harvey, A.M.]. — 1947, 80: 299

Cushing Syndrome
See Pituitary Body anterior lobe

Cyanosis
Anerythraemic erythraemia [Morris, R.S.]. — 1910, 21: 37

Sulphaemoglobinaemia [Mason, V.R., and Conroy, F.D.]. — 1921, 32: 391

On the cyanosis from sulfanilamide [Marsahll, E.K., Jr., and Walzl, E.M.]. — 1937, 61: 140

Cyanosis in chickens and mice induced by sulfanilamide [Richardson, A.P.]. — 1939, 65: 445

Physiological studies in congenital heart disease. VI. Adaptations to anoxia in congenital heart disease with cyanosis [Bing, R.J., Vandam, L.D., Handelsman, J.C., Campbell, J.A., Spencer, R., and Griswold, H.E.]. — 1948, 83: 439

Cyst abdominal
Abdominal tumor containing a dermoid cyst. (Proceedings) [Mitchell, J.F.]. — 1901, 12: 25

Cyst atheromatous
Atheromatous cyst of the scrotum. (Proceedings) [Churchman, J.W.]. — 1905, 16: 264

Cyst endometrial
Diffuse uterine gland cysts in a cat [Guttmacher, A.F.]. — 1924, 35: 49

Cyst from the ductus thyreoglossus
On a cyst originating from the ductus thyreoglossus [Robinson, G.C.]. — 1902, 13: 81

Cyst ovarian
Excision of a parovarian cyst without removal of its ovary or tube. (Proceedings) [Kelly, H.A.]. — 1897, 8: 50

Ovarian cysts in the negress [Brown, T.R.]. — 1899, 10: 44

A squamous-celled carcinomatous degeneration of an ovarian dermoid cyst; also an adenocarcinoma of the ovary associated with an ovarian dermoid cyst [Peters, L.]. — 1900, 11: 78

Suppurative ovarian cyst with formation of gas inside the cyst. (Proceedings) [Miller, G.B.]. — 1900, 11: 116

Case of ovarian cyst. (Proceedings) [Hunner, G.L.]. — 1902, 13: 62

Dermoid cysts of the ovary; a report of four cases [Martzloff, K.H.]. — 1922, 33: 66

Cyst ovarian, dermoid
See Cyst ovarian

Cyst vaginal
Vaginal cysts [Cullen, T.S.]. — 1905, 16: 207

Cysticerci
Case of multiple cysticerci. (Proceedings) [Osler, W.]. — 1891, 2: 61

Cystine and Cysteine
See Amino Acids

Cystinuria
A contribution to the study of cystinuria [Campbell, D.G.J, and Simon, C.E.]. — 1904, 15: 365

Cystitis
Sub-acute and chronic cystitis treated by the vesical balloon [Clark, J.G.]. — 1896, 7: 44

The bacteriology of cystitis, pyelitis, and pyelonephritis in women [Brown, T.R.]. — 1901, 12: 4

Pyelitis et ureteritis et cystitis cystica [Jacobson, V.C.]. — 1920, 31: 122

Cysto-Sarcoma
See Ovary sarcoma

Cysto-Sarcoma of ovary
See Ovary sarcoma

Cystomata of ovary
Contributions to the histogenesis of the papillary cystomata of the ovary [Williams, J.W.]. — 1891, 2: 149

Cystoscope
A simple electric female cystoscope [Cullen, T.S.]. — 1903, 14: 166

The use of the cystoscope in case of prostatic hypertrophy [Young, H.H.]. — 1904, 15: 348

Cystostomy suprapubic
A new apparatus for immediate and permanent drainage of the urinary bladder after suprapubic cystostomy [Bloodgood, J.C.]. — 1896, 7: 64

Cytochrome Oxydase
See also Cellular Respiration

The distribution of certain oxidative enzymes in the ciliary body [Friedenwald, J.S., Hermann, H., and Moses, R.]. — 1943, 73: 421

Histochemical studies on cartilage and bone. I. The normal pattern [Follis, R.H., Jr., and Berthrong, M.]. — 1949, 85: 281

Cytology
The kern-plasma relation theory [Howard, W.T., Jr.]. — 1908, 19: 161

Cytology history
The place of R.-J.-H. Dutrochet in the development of the cell theory [Rich, A.R.]. — 1926, 39: 330