Bulletin
of
The Johns Hopkins Hospital


Index of Subjects


E


Ear
Topical projection of nerve fibers from local regions of the cochlea to the cerebral cortex of the cat [Woolsey, C.N., and Walzl, E.M.]. — 1942, 71: 315

Effects of cochlear lesions on click responses in the auditory cortex of the cat [Walzl, E.M., and Woolsey, C.N.]. — 1946, 79: 309

Therapeutic evaluation of Iso-Par in otitis externa [Walker, J.S.]. — 1948, 83: 225

Ears examination of
Report on the examination of the ears of 440 school children [Reik, H.O.]. — 1900, 11: 318

Eclampsia
Eclampsia without convulsions [Slemons, J.M.]. — 1907, 18: 448

The excretion rate of urea in the toxemias of pregnancy [Stander, H.J., Duncan, E.E., and Moses, B.L.]. — 1924, 35: 97

The after-effects of the late toxemias of pregnancy [Harris, J.W.]. — 1924, 35: 103

Non-protein nitrogen retention during eclampsia and allied conditions. The blood nitrogen curve in normal and in toxemic pregnancies [Plass, E.D.]. — 1924, 35: 345

The blood chemistry in eclampsia [Stander, H.J., and Radelet, A.H.]. — 1926, 38: 423

Chronic nephritis following eclampsia [Peckham, C.H.]. — 1929, 45: 176

A phytopharmacological study of eclampsia [Macht, D.I., and Losee, J.R.]. — 1930, 46: 217

Eczema
A familial spread of vaccinia with one death. Isolation and identification of the virus [Gray, F.G.]. — 1948, 82: 538

Edema
A critical review of 170 cases of urticaria and angioneurotic oedema followed for a period of from two to ten years [Fink, A.I., and Gay, L.N.]. — 1934, 55: 280

Nutritional edema in the dog. III. Salt and the augmentation of tissue fluid [Weech, A.A., Goettsch, E., and Reeves, E.B.]. — 1936, 58: 1

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

Edinger
See Brain Paths animal series

Education, Medical
An Alabama student [Osler, W.]. — 1896, 7: 6

Some tenets of medical education [Weed, L.H.]. — 1929, 45: 203

Reflections on the relation of the curriculum to certain problems in medical education [Rich, A.R.]. — 1931, 49: 121

The clinical teaching of social medicine [Means, J.H.]. — 1946, 78: 96

Education, Medical history
Old-time medical education [Walsh, J.J.]. — 1909, 20: 210

On the original connection between medicine and the university [D'Irsay, S.]. — 1930, 46: 117

The views of Adam Smith on medical education [Guttmacher, M.S.]. — 1930, 47: 164

Two papers by John Shaw Billings on medical education, with a foreword by Alan M. Chesney [Chesney, A.M.]. — 1938, 62: 297

Education, Medical teaching
On the study of anatomy [Barker, L.F.]. — 1901, 12: 87

On the teaching of anatomy as illustrated by Professor Barker's Manual [Mall, F.P.]. — 1905, 16: 29

Announcement concerning graduate instruction in the Medical Department of the Johns Hopkins University [Howell, W.H.]. — 1905, 16: 70

Instruction in operative medicine. With the description of a course given in the Hunterian Laboratory of Experimental Medicine [Cushing, H.]. — 1906, 17: 123

On the teaching of pathological physiology [MacCallum, W.G.]. — 1906, 17: 251

On the teaching of pathological physiology. II. [MacCallum, W.G.]. — 1907, 18: 327

The teaching of physiological pathology at the University of Michigan [Rous, F.P.]. — 1908, 19: 336

The place of protozoology in the medical school curriculum [Schultz, O.T.]. — 1909, 20: 74

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

The teaching of experimental pathology and pathological physiology to large classes [Pearce, R.M.]. — 1911, 22: 404

A method of correlating teaching of pathology and bacteriology in the second year of medical instruction [Gay, F.P.]. — 1912, 23: 170

Undergraduate instruction in tuberculosis [Krause, A.K.]. — 1917, 28: 217

The impact of modern psychiatry on medical education, medical practice, and hospital organization [Kubie, L.S.]. — 1947, 80: 348

Effort Syndrome teaching
Notes on the group of symptoms designated as effort syndrome [Bridgman, E.W.]. — 1919, 30: 279

Egg Albumen
See Anaphylaxis and Allergy

Egg White
See Biotin

Eisenmenger's Complex
See Heart abnormalities

Elbow crush of
Crush of elbow; organization of blood clot. (Proceedings) [Halsted, W.S.]. — 1890, 1: 112

Electric Apparatus
See Apparatus

Electrical Conductivity blood-serum
See Blood serum

Electrical Theory of matter
The electrical theory of matter. (Proceedings) [Jones, H.C.]. — 1905, 16: 237

Electricity injurious effects
Necrosis of the spinal cord produced by electrical injuries [Langworthy, O.R.]. — 1932, 51: 210

A result of contact with a 2400 volt circuit. Report of an unusual case [Hesser, F.H.]. — 1941, 68: 388

Electro-Cautery Incisor
See Prostate

Electro-Cautery Incisor Bottini operation
See Prostate

Electrocardiography
See Heart electrocardiography

Electroencelography
See Brain electroencephalography

Electrolytes
The response of plasma water and electrolytes to elevation of body temperature [McIntosh, R., Kajdi, L., and Meeker, D.]. — 1930, 47: 61

Effect of desoxycorticosterone acetate administration on plasma volume and electrolyte balance of normal human subjects [Clinton, M., Jr., and Thorn, G.W.]. — 1943, 72: 255

The mechanism of excretion of ammonium thiosulfate [Franklin, J., Genest, J., and Newman, E.V.]. — 1947, 81: 168

The effect of exercise on the renal mechanism of electrolyte excretion in normal subjects [Kattus, A.A., Sinclair-Smith, B., Genest, J., and Newman, E.V.]. — 1949, 84: 344

The renal mechanism of electrolytes excretion and the metabolic balances of electrolytes and nitrogen in congestive cardiac failure; the effects of exercise, rest and aminophyllin [Sinclair-Smith, B., Kattus, A.A., Genest, J., and Newman, E.V.]. — 1949, 84: 369

Electrolytic Dissociation theory of
The rise of the theory of electrolytic dissociation, and a few of its applications in chemistry, physics, and biology [Jones, H.C.]. — 1898, 9: 136

Electromyogram
See Muscles contractions

Electrophoresis
The serum proteins in sarcoid: electrophoretic studies [Fisher, A.M., and Davis, B.D.]. — 1942, 71: 364

Elephantiasis Chirurgica
The swelling of the arm after operations for cancer of the breast - elephantiasis chirurgica - its cause and prevention [Halsted, W.S.]. — 1921, 32: 309

Embden-Meyerhof Scheme
See Carbohydrate Metabolism

Embolic Occlusion
See Heart coronary artery

Embolic Occlusion coronary artery
See Heart coronary artery

Embolism
Venous thrombosis, pulmonary infarction and embolism following gynaecological operations [Hampton, H.H., and Wharton, L.R.]. — 1920, 31: 95

Air embolism following various diagnostic or therapeutic procedures in diseases of the pleura and the lung [Schlaepfer, K]. — 1922, 33: 321

Postoperative venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism. Analysis of 88 cases [Culp, O.S.]. — 1940, 67: 1

Successful ligation of the left common iliac vein for thrombophlebitis complicated by pulmonary emboli [Shackelford, R.T., and Whitehill, R.]. — 1943, 73: 307

Pulmonary embolism from obscure sources [Hampton, A.O., Prandoni, A.G., and King, J.T.]. — 1945, 76: 245

Embryology
Lectures on Herter Foundation. I. The relation of the amnion to the origin of human malformations. II. Necrosis of the pancreas. III. Spondylolisthesis [Chiari, H,]. — 1911, 22: 35

Observations on embryo-guinea pigs [Paton, S.]. — 1915, 26: 173

Is pathologic metabolism in the parental organism responsible for defective and monstrous development of the offspring? [Werber, E.I.]. — 1915, 26: 226

The development of the human verumontanum [Watson, E.M.]. — 1918, 29: 241

The occurrence of gastric mucosa in a case of Meckel's diverticulum producing intestinal obstruction [Goetsch, E.]. — 1919, 30: 143

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

Formation of single-ovum twins [Streeter, G.L.]. — 1919, 30: 235

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 morphological theory of monochorionic twins as illustrated by a series of supposed early twin embryos of the pig [Corner, G.W.]. — 1922, 33: 389

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

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

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

Embryoma
See Tumors embryoma

Embryos amphibian
Experiments on amphibian embryos. (Proceedings) [Lewis, W.H.]. — 1905, 16: 238

Embryos human, preservation
Early human embryos and the mode of their preservation [Mall, F.P.]. — 1893, 4: 115

Note on the collection of human embryos in the Anatomical Laboratory of Johns Hopkins University [Mall, F.P.]. — 1903, 14: 29

Emmet's Gynecology methods
The methods employed in securing statistical tables for Emmet's Gynecology. Exhibition of original tables presented by Dr. Emmet. (Proceedings) [Kelly, H.A.]. — 1894, 5: 51

Emphysema
Subcutaneous traumatic emphysema. (Proceedings) [Finney, J.M.T.]. — 1893, 4: 99

Spontaneous mediastinal emphysema [Hamman, L.]. — 1939, 64: 1

Emphysema subcutaneous
See Emphysema

Empyema
Case of empyema of the right antrum. (Proceedings) [Platt, W.B.]. — 1900, 11: 72

Pulsating empyema. (Proceedings) [Cole, R.I.]. — 1905, 16: 411

Pulsating empyema [Calvert, W.J.]. — 1907, 18: 61

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

The lesions of lead encephalitis in children [Blackman, S.S., Jr.]. — 1937, 61: 1

A peculiar case of encephalitis and myositis [Oppenheimer, E.H.]. — 1937, 61: 280

An investigation into the presence of antibodies and hypersensitivity in the encephalitis produced experimentally by the injection of homologous brain suspensions [Hill, K.R.]. — 1949, 84: 302

Encephalitis, Epidemic
Epidemic encephalitis. A clinical study [Happ, W.M., and Mason, V.R.]. — 1921, 32: 137

A statistical note on epidemic encephalitis [Pearl, R.]. — 1921, 32: 221

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

Results of the injection of encephalitic spinal fluid into rabbits [Ford, F.R., and Amoss, H.L.]. — 1924, 35: 20

The histo-pathology of post-encephalitic Parkinson's syndrome [Hohman, L.B.]. — 1925, 36: 403

The prognosis for epidemic encephalitis in children [Howe, H.A.]. — 1930, 47: 123

Precocious puberty following measles encephalomyelitis and epidemic encephalitis. With a discussion of the relation of intracranial tumors and inflammatory processes to the syndrome of macrogenitosomia praecox [Ford, F.R., and Guild, H.G.]. — 1937, 60: 192

Encephalitis Periaxalis Diffusa
Encephalitis periaxialis diffusa of Schilder. Report of two cases with anatomical findings [Ford, F.R., and Bumstead, J.H.]. — 1929, 44: 443

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

Endaortitis
Acute tuberculous endaortitis [Woolley, P.G.]. — 1911, 22: 82

Endocarditis
See also Heart rheumatic disease
See also Heart tuberculosis

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

The rapid formation of endocarditic "vegetations" [Hirschfelder, A.D.]. — 1907, 18: 267

Clinical and bacteriological studies on endocarditis lenta [Major, R.H.]. — 1912, 23: 326

Endocardial fibroelastosis (so-called fetal endocarditis). A report of two cases occurring in siblings [Weinberg, T., and Himelfarb, A.J.]. — 1943, 72: 299

Sir William Osler and bacterial endocarditis [Longcope, W.T.]. — 1949, 85: 1

Endocarditis Bacillus influenzae
Endocarditis due to a minute organism, probably the bacillus of influenza [Austin, M.F.]. — 1899, 10: 194

A case of influenza bacillus endocarditis [Oppenheimer, E.H.]. — 1926, 38: 372

Endocarditis gonorrheal
Report upon a case of gonorrhoeal endocarditis in a patient dying in the puerperium; with reference to two recent suspected cases [Dabney, W.M., and Harris, N.MacL.]. — 1901, 12: 68

Gonorrhoeal endocarditis with cultivation of the specific organism from the blood during life [Harris, N.MacL., and Johnston, W.B.]. — 1902, 13: 236

Four cases of gonococcal endocarditis treated with sulfanilamide, with recovery of one [Futcher, T.B., and Scott, V.C.]. — 1939, 65: 377

Endocarditis in tuberculosis
Endocarditis in tuberculosis [Marshall, H.T.]. — 1905, 16: 303

Tuberculous endocarditis of the pulmonary valve. Case report [Mark, J.]. — 1938, 63: 415

Endocarditis malignant
Cases of malignant endocarditis with septicaemia. (Proceedings) [Cole, R.I.]. — 1902, 13: 252

Endocarditis pneumococcus
Pneumococcus type I vegetative endocarditis. Report of a case following an attack of lobar pneumonia [Thomas, H.M., Jr., and O'Hara, D.]. — 1920, 31: 417

Endocarditis ulcerative
Acute ulcerative endocarditis due to the bacillus diphtheriae [Howard, W.T., Jr.]. — 1893, 4: 32

Diphtheria with broncho-pneumonia [Flexner, S.]. — 1893, 4: 32

Ulcerative endocarditis due to the gonococcus; gonorrhoeal septicaemia [Blumer, G., and Thayer, W.S.]. — 1896, 7: 57

On a hitherto undescribed peptonising diplococcus causing acute ulcerative endocarditis [Hastings, T.W., and MacCallum, W.G.]. — 1899, 10: 46

Report of a case of ulcerative endocarditis, with embolism of the aorta. (Proceedings) [Osler, W.]. — 1905, 16: 118

Endocarditis vegetative
Vegetative endocarditis, cystic kidney, carcinoma of gall-bladder. (Proceedings) [Marshall, H.T.]. — 1901, 12: 22

Endocrine Glands
The evolution of human races in the light of the hormone theory [Keith, A.]. — 1922, 33: 155, 195

Some recent advances in our knowledge of the ductless glands [Abel, J.J.]. — 1926, 38: 1

Endothelioma cervix uteri
See Cervix Uteri endothelioma of

Enteritis
Pathological report upon a fatal case of enteritis with anemia caused by uncinaria duodenalis [Yates, J.L.]. — 1901, 12: 366

Environment
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

Enzymes
See also Cellular Respiration

Observations on the protective enzymes of the body (Abderhalden) [Grey, E.G.]. — 1914, 25: 117

A study of the ferments and antiferments of the body and their relation to certain diseases [Jobling, J.W., and Petersen, W.F.]. — 1915, 26: 356

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

Chemistry of the enzymes [Northrop, J.H.]. — 1940, 66: 207

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

Enzymes digestive
A peptid-splitting ferment in the saliva [Warfield, L.M.]. — 1911, 22: 150

The normal amount of diastatic ferment in the feces and its variation in certain diseases of the pancreas and in achylia gastrica [Brown, T.R.]. — 1914, 25: 200

A comparison of the amylase concentration in the saliva of infants and adults [Mayer, W.B.]. — 1929, 44: 246

Studies on an urea-splitting enzyme found in the gastric juice [Martin, L.]. — 1933, 52: 166

Difficulties in the enzymic titration of duodenal contents [Davison, W.C.]. — 1942, 70: 504

Enzymes in blood
The clinical value of the determination of the catalytic activity of the blood [Winternitz, M.C.]. — 1911, 22: 109

A test for hepatic injury: blood lipase [Whipple, G.H.]. — 1913, 24: 357

The amylase-accelerator and anti-trypsin of normal human serum [O'Donovan, C., Jr., and Davison, W.C.]. — 1927, 40: 238

Enzymes in urine
The normal diastase-content of the urine [Brown, T.R., and Smith, C.W., Jr.]. — 1914, 25: 213

Enzymes phosphatase
Histochemical studies on nucleic acid phosphatase [Friedenwald, J.S., and Crowell, J.E.]. — 1949, 84: 568

Enzymes proteolytic
The production of hyaline arteriosclerosis by means of proteolytic enzymes [Rich, A.R., and Duff, G.L.]. — 1937, 61: 63

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

Studies on a proteolytic enzyme in human plasma. IV. The rate of lysis of plasma clots in normal and diseased individuals, with particular reference to hepatic disease [Ratnoff, O.D.]. — 1949, 84: 29

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

Chemical reactions of nicotinic acid amide in vivo [Ball, E.G.]. — 1939, 65: 253

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

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

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

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

Eosinophile-Leucocytes presence of iron
On the presence of iron in the granules of the eosinophile leucocytes [Barker, L.F.]. — 1894, 5: 93

Eosinophilia
Eosinophilia in filariasis [Calvert, W.J.]. — 1902, 13: 133

Pleural eosinophilia. With report of a case [Bayne-Jones, S.]. — 1916, 27: 12

Severe anemia with eosinophilia [Beifeld, A.F., and Barnes, M.E.]. — 1916, 27: 181

Syphilitic arthritis with esosinophilia: Recovery of T. pallidum from the synovial fluid [Chesney, A.M., Kemp, J.E., and Resnik, W.H.]. — 1924, 35: 235

Ependymitis with congenital malformation
Purulent ependemytis, encephalitis, and meningitis with congenital malformation of the heart and rectum [Howard, W.T., Jr.]. — 1892, 3: 59

Ephedrine
The treatment of 100 cases of asthma with ephedrine [Gay, L.N., and Herman, N.B.]. — 1928, 43: 185

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

Epidemics
See Water Supply

Epidemics water supply
See Water Supply

Epidemiology
William Budd, pioneer epidemiologist [Rucker, W.C.]. — 1916, 27: 208

Epilepsy
A report of sixty-four cases of epilepsy in patients from fourteen years to forty years of age [Waters, L.R.]. — 1916, 27: 179

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

The electroencephalogram in healthy relatives of epileptics. The constitutional elements in "idiopathic epilepsy" [Löwenbach, H.]. — 1939, 65: 125

Hereditary myoclonus epilepsy. Two cases with pathological findings [Morse, W.I., 2nd]. — 1949, 84: 116

Epilepsy chronic, treatment of
Strontium bromide in the treatment of chronic epilepsy [Berkley, H.J.]. — 1893, 4: 50

The non-medical treatment of epilepsy. (Proceedings) [Hurd, H.M.]. — 1898, 9: 296

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

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

Studies in experimental epilepsy [Dandy, W.E., and Elman, R.]. — 1925, 36: 40

Pyridoxine deficiency in swine. With particular reference to anemia, epileptiform convulsion and fatty liver [Wintrobe, M.M., Follis, R.H., Jr., Miller, M.H., Stein, H.J., Alcayaga, R., Humphreys, S., Suksta, A., and Cartwright, G.E.]. — 1943, 72: 1

Epilepsy therapy
Strontium bromide in the treatment of chronic epilepsy [Berkley, H.J.]. — 1893, 4: 50

The mechanism of the ketogenic diet in epilepsy [Bridge, E.M., and Iob, L.V.]. — 1931, 48: 373

Epilepsy therapeutic conference. The treatment of epilepsy [...]. — 1948, 82: 601

Epilepsy urine in
The acid-base composition of urine from an epileptic child [Gamble, J.L., and Hamilton, B.]. — 1927, 41: 389

Epinephrin
Further observations on epinephrin [Abel, J.J.]. — 1901, 12: 80

On the behavior of epinephrin to Fehling's solution and other characteristic of this substance [Abel, J.J.]. — 1901, 12: 337

On a simple method of preparing epinephrin and its compounds [Abel, J.J.]. — 1902, 13: 29

Epinephrine
See Adrenal Preparations epinephrine

Epispadias
Congenital amputation of forearm; Congenital hypertrophy of foot; Epispadias; Fracture of femur; Undescended testicle. (Proceedings) [Platt, W.B.]. — 1895, 6: 49

A case of epispadias. (Proceedings) [Halsted, W.S., and Platt, W.B.]. — 1896, 7: 26

Cases of bow-leg, knock-knee, and epispadias. (Proceedings) [Platt, W.B.]. — 1901, 12: 18

Epistaxis recurring, family form of
On a family form of recurring epistaxis associated with multiple telangiectases of the skin and mucous membranes [Osler, W.]. — 1901, 12: 333

Epithelial Growths
Atypical epithelial growths. (Proceedings) [Councilman, W.T.]. — 1890, 1: 20

Epithelial Tissue
On certain activities of the epithelial tissue of the skin of the guinea-pig, and similar occurrences in tumors [Loeb, L.]. — 1898, 9: 1

Epithelioma and papilloma
Specimens of papilloma and of epithelioma - so-called parasitic bodies in epithelioma. (Proceedings) [Welch, W.H.]. — 1890, 1: 97

Epithelioma cases of
Cases of epithelioma and lupus vulgaris. (Proceedings) [Lord, J.W.]. — 1893, 4: 68

Epithelioma of the jaw
Squamous epithelioma in a dermoid of the jaw [Cone, S.M.]. — 1897, 8: 208

Epithelioma of the lip
Epithelioma of the lip. (Proceedings) [Mitchell, J.F.]. — 1902, 13: 250

Epithelioma parasitic bodies
Specimens of papilloma and of epithelioma - so-called parasitic bodies in epithelioma. (Proceedings) [Welch, W.H.]. — 1890, 1: 97

Epithelioma squamous
Squamous epithelioma and epithelial hyperplasia in sinuses and bone following osteomyelitis [Cone, S.M.]. — 1897, 8: 146

Epithelium oedematous changes
Oedematous changes in the epithelium of the cornea in a case of uveitis following gonorrhoeal ophthalmia [Stieren, E.]. — 1898, 9: 290

Epithelium urinary bladder
Observations on the epithelium of the urinary bladder in man [Dawson, P.M.]. — 1898, 9: 155

Ergosterol irradiated
See Vitamins D

Eruption bullous
Bullous eruption of the extremities. (Proceedings) [Gilchrist, T.C.]. — 1902, 13: 256

Erysipelas
The prognostic value of blood cultures in erysipelas [Sprunt, T.P.]. — 1916, 27: 300

Studies on the biology of the Streptococcus erysipelatis. II. Demonstration of antigenic relationships among strains of Streptococcus erysipelatis by intradermal protection tests [Birkhaug, K.E.]. — 1925, 37: 85

Studies on the biology of the Streptococcus erysipelatis. III. Experimental production of erysipelatis in rabbits and demonstration of protective power of immune erysipelas sera [Birkhaug, K.E.]. — 1925, 37: 307

Erythema
Erythema multiforme iris during the course of typhoid fever [Parker, H.P., and Hazen, H.H.]. — 1911, 22: 79

The clinical course of disseminated lupus erythematosus. An evaluation of Osler's contributions [Tumulty, P.A., and Harvey, A.M.]. — 1949, 85: 47

Erythema angioneuretic
Angioneurotic erythema and its surgical treatment by neurectomy [Bloodgood, J.C.]. — 1903, 14: 138

Erythema group, visceral crises
On the surgical importance of the visceral crises in the erythema group. (Proceedings) [Osler, W.]. — 1904, 15: 259

Erythema indurated scrofulous
Indurated scrofulous erythema. (Proceedings) [Gilchrist, T.C.]. — 1902, 13: 58

Erythema Arthriticum Epidemicum
See Rat-Bite Fever

Erythremia
See Splenomegaly

Erythrocites
The blood of normal young adults [Emerson, C.P.]. — 1907, 18: 29

Blood of normal men and women. Erythrocyte counts, hemoglobin and volume of packed red cells of 229 individuals [Wintrobe, M.M.]. — 1933, 53: 118

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

Erythrocites count
The blood of normal young adults [Emerson, C.P.]. — 1907, 18: 29

Blood of normal men and women. Erythrocyte counts, hemoglobin and volume of packed red cells of 229 individuals [Wintrobe, M.M.]. — 1933, 53: 118

Erythrocites elliptical
Poikilocytes in otherwise normal blood (elliptical human erythrocytes) [Huck, J.G., and Bigalow, R.M.]. — 1923, 34: 390

Erythrocites immature
Studies on blood. The vitally stainable granules as a specific criterion for erythroblasts and the differentiation of three strains of the white blood-cells as seen in the living chick's yolk-sac [Sabin, F.R.]. — 1921, 32: 314

Erythrocites maturation
Experimental gastrectomy. Effects on the blood morphology, especially when complicated by infection or liver damage [Shumacker, H.B., Jr., and Wintrobe, M.M.]. — 1935, 57: 384

Erythrocites morphology
Note on the occurrence of Howell's nuclear particles in experimental anaemia of the rabbit and in human blood [Morris, R.S.]. — 1907, 18: 198

The effect of heated serum on rouleaux formation of red-blood corpuscles [Sellards A.W.]. — 1908, 19: 271

Sulfhydryl compounds and the sickling phenomenon. A preliminary report [Thomas, L., and Stetson, C.A., Jr.]. — 1948, 83: 176

Erythrocites volume
A note on the volume and color index of the red corpuscles [Wroth, P., Jr.]. — 1907, 18: 59

Study of the influence of chemicals on erythrocyte membranes by changes in corpuscular volume [Neuhausen, B.S., and Breslin. J.E.]. — 1923, 34: 199

Blood of normal men and women. Erythrocyte counts, hemoglobin and volume of packed red cells of 229 individuals [Wintrobe, M.M.]. — 1933, 53: 118

Erythropoiesis
Severe anemia with eosinophilia [Beifeld, A.F., and Barnes, M.E.]. — 1916, 27: 181

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

Eserine
See Physostigmine

Esophagus
Experimental surgery of the thoracic oesophagus [Miller, R.T., Jr., and Andrus, W.D.W]. — 1923, 34: 109

Successful construction of an extrathoracic esophagus [Davis, J.S., and Stafford, E.S.]. — 1942, 71: 191

Antethoracal transplantation of the stomach in the treatment of congenital atresia of the thoracic esophagus. A preliminary report [Rienhoff, W.F., Jr.]. — 1948, 82: 496

Estrogens
Differences in the action of crystalline and non-crystalline preparations of estriol [Schiller, J.]. — 1946, 79: 243

Estrogens formation
The rate of secretion of estrogenic hormones by the ovaries of the monkey, macaca rhesus [Corner, G.W.]. — 1940, 67: 407

Estrogens in blood
On the interruption of pregnancy in the rat by the injection of ovarian follicular hormone in the blood of the pregnant woman [Smith, M.G.]. — 1926, 39: 203

Estrogens in pregnancy
On the interruption of pregnancy in the rat by the injection of ovarian follicular hormone in the blood of the pregnant woman [Smith, M.G.]. — 1926, 39: 203

The effect of the injection of urine from pregnant mammals on ovulation in the rabbit [Snyder, F.F., and Wislocki, G.B.]. — 1931, 48: 362

Failure to induce ovulation in the rabbit by blood transfusion from the pregnant doe [Bunster, E.]. — 1932, 51: 329

Estrogens metabolism
The inactivation of testosterone propionate and estrone in rats [Biskind, G.R., and Mark, J.]. — 1939, 65: 212

Estrogens physiology
Observations on the menopause. I. The basal metabolism after the artificial menopause [King, J.T.]. — 1926, 39: 281

The occurrence of cyclic variations in motor activity in relation to the menstrual cycle in the human female [Billings, E.G.]. — 1934, 54: 440

The use of gonadotropic hormones in the adult rhesus monkey [Hartman, C.G.]. — 1938, 63: 351

Hyperplastic mammary nodules in the castrate female rhesus monkey [Speert, H.]. — 1940, 67: 414

Influence of estrin on callous formation [Hills, R.G., and Weinberg, J.A.]. — 1941, 68: 238

Attempt to induce formation of fibroids with estrogen in the castrated female rhesus monkey [Vargas, L., Jr.]. — 1943, 73: 23

Effect of atropine and estrogens on intraocular uterine transplants in the rabbit [Kaiser, I.H.]. — 1948, 82: 429

The effect of ovariectomy and physiologic doses of estradiol upon body weight, linear growth and fat content of the female albino rat [Nyda, M.J., De Majo, S.F., and Lewis, R.A.]. — 1948, 83: 279

Estrogens therapy
An evaluation of progesterone therapy in the treatment of endometrial hyperplasia [Jones, G.E.S., and Te Linde, R.W.]. — 1942, 71: 282

Estrone
See Estrogens

Estrus
See also Ovulation

Estrus therapy
Periodic variations in spontaneous contractions of uterine muscle, in relation to the oestrous cycle and early pregnancy [Keye, J.D.]. — 1923, 34: 60

Spontaneous contractions of the Fallopian tube of the domestic pig with reference to the oestrous cycle [Seckinger, D.L.]. — 1923, 34: 236

Spontaneous peristalsis of the excised whole uterus and Fallopian tubes of the sow with reference to the ovulation cycle [Wislocki, G.B., and Guttmacher, A.F.]. — 1924, 35: 246

Uterine bleeding as an early sign of pregnancy in the monkey (macacus rhesus), together with observations on the fertile period of the menstrual cycle [Hartman, C.G.]. — 1929, 44: 155

Ether
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

Ethics medical
"Rights, honors and privileges thereto appertaining" [Chesney, A.M.]. — 1944, 75: 149

Etymology
On the etymology, popular and scientific, of the terms for kidney, in various languages [Macht, D.I.]. — 1917, 28: 204

Eucalyptus Oil
Myrtol poisoning: with comments upon the toxicity of eucalyptus oil and myrtol in human beings and animals [Barker, L.F., and Rowntree, L.G.]. — 1918, 29: 215

Eugenics
The mental and social status of fifteen hundred patients in the obstetrical clinic of the Johns Hopkins Hospital. How this relates to problems of eugenics [Baker, G.]. — 1933, 52: 275

Eustachian Tubes
A physiological study of the eustachian tube and its related muscles [Rich, A.R.]. — 1920, 31: 206

Restoration of hearing in case of gunshot injury of the Eustachian tubes [Baylor, J.W.]. — 1920, 31: 454

Everon
See Nail Polish toxicity

Evolution
The evolution of the thyroid gland [Marine, D.]. — 1913, 24: 135

Observations on reproduction in the chimpanzee [Schultz, A.H., and Snyder, F.F.]. — 1935, 57: 193

Examination physical
On a method of preserving outlines of visceral lesions on nainsook or suisse material [Kelly, H.A.]. — 1907, 18: 120

Exercise
Physiological studies in congenital heart disease. II. Results of pre-operative studies in patients with tetralogy of Fallot [Bing, R.J., Vandam, L.D., and Gray, F.D., Jr.]. — 1947, 80: 121

The effect of exercise on the renal mechanism of electrolyte excretion in normal subjects [Kattus, A.A., Sinclair-Smith, B., Genest, J., and Newman, E.V.]. — 1949, 84: 344

The renal mechanism of electrolytes excretion and the metabolic balances of electrolytes and nitrogen in congestive cardiac failure; the effects of exercise, rest and aminophyllin [Sinclair-Smith, B., Kattus, A.A., Genest, J., and Newman, E.V.]. — 1949, 84: 369

Exercise respiratory
See Pulmonary Diseases prevention and treatment

Exophthalmos
See Thyroid

Exostoses bilateral
Bilateral exostoses on the inferior surface of the calcaneus, gonorrheal in origin. (Pododynia gonorrhoica). (Proceedings) [Barker, L.F.]. — 1905, 16: 384

Exostoses multiple
Multiple exostoses. (Proceedings) [Lord, J.W.]. — 1893, 4: 55

Extracellular Fluid
Intravenous injections of fluid and repeated blood volume determination [Smith, H.P.]. — 1925, 37: 177

The response of plasma water and electrolytes to elevation of body temperature [McIntosh, R., Kajdi, L., and Meeker, D.]. — 1930, 47: 61

Extracellular fluid. Extracellular fluid and its vicissitudes [Gamble, J.L.]. — 1937, 61: 151

Extracellular fluid. Renal defense of extracellular fluid: control of acid-base excretion and the factors of water expenditure [Gamble, J.L.]. — 1937, 61: 174

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

Transient paralysis from postural hypotension [Thomas, H.M., Jr.]. — 1939, 65: 329

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

Exudates and Transudates
Hemolytic exudates and transmissible bacterial autolysis [Bordet, J.]. — 1921, 32: 302

Eye accommodation and refraction
Some striking examples of subnormal accommodative power [Theobald, S.]. — 1913, 24: 282

Errors of refraction, age and sex in relation to the size of the form field and preliminary data for a diagnostic scale [Ferree, C.E., Rand, G., and Monroe, M.M.]. — 1929, 45: 295

Eye bacteria
Bacteriological examinations of the conjunctival sac in typhoid fever and in pneumonia [Randolph, R.L.]. — 1906, 17: 323

Eye congenital defects
Cases of congenital defects of the iris. (Proceedings) [Reik, H.O.]. — 1903, 14: 322

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

Lipemia retinalis [McCann, W.S.]. — 1923, 34: 302

Report of a case of herpes zoster ophthalmicus treated with convalescent serum [Friedenwald, J.S.]. — 1929, 45: 103

Eye embryology
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

Eye examination
A new ophthalmoscope. Preliminary report [Friedenwald, J.S.]. — 1927, 40: 201

Eye foreign body removal
See also Foreign Bodies

Removal of foreign body from the eye. (Proceedings) [Theobald, S.]. — 1893, 4: 111

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

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

Eye movements
Clinical observations upon the importance of the vestibular reflexes in ocular movements. The effects of section of one or both vestibular nerves [Ford, F.R., and Walsh, F.B.]. — 1936, 58: 80

Eye movements in the electroenecephalogram [Lyman, R.S.]. — 1941, 68: 1

Eye pathology
The mechanism in the production of increased tension in hydrophthalmos [Clapp, C.A.]. — 1924, 35: 85

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

Eye position
The chief function of the oblique muscles of the eye. Some observations which seem to lend support to a long discarded theory [Theobald, S.]. — 1918, 29: 15

Eye retina
See Retina

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

Some suggestions to those upon whose aid the success of the ophthalmic surgeon, in considerable measure, depends [Theobald, S.]. — 1912, 23: 251

Eye syphilis
Ocular lesions in fetal syphilis [Friedenwald, J.S.]. — 1930, 46: 185

Eye toxins, inflammations
The role of the toxins in inflammations of the eye [Randolph, R.L.]. — 1903, 14: 47

Eye tuberculosis
Value of intracutaneous tuberculin test in the diagnosis of ocular tuberculosis [Friedenwald, J.S., and Dessof, J.]. — 1935, 57: 148

Eylids diseases
A case of vacciniform blepharitis due to atypical herpes virus [Andervont, H.B., and Friedenwald, J.S.]. — 1928, 42: 1

Eylids movements of
On movements of the eyelids associated with movements of the jaws and with lateral movements of the eyeballs [Friedenwald, H.]. — 1896, 7: 134

Eylids surgery
A simplification of the Grandmont's operation for ptosis [Theobald, S.]. — 1908, 19: 331