Bulletin
of
The Johns Hopkins Hospital


Index of Subjects


I


Ice
The clinical results of combined penicillin and ice therapy [Gilbert, R.A., Call, R.A., and Roose, D.J.]. — 1949, 84: 245

Iconography
Iconographic notes on Girolamo Fracastoro [Klebs, A.C.]. — 1915, 26: 378

Idiocy
A case of amaurotic family idiocy [Sachs, E.]. — 1904, 15: 94

Immune Body
Preliminary communication regarding an immune body capable of inhibiting the development of cancer in mice (adenocarcinoma, Jensen) [Clowes, G.H.A.]. — 1905, 16: 130

Abstract. (Proceedings) [Clowes, G.H.A.]. — 1905, 16: 146

Immunity
Concerning "cobra-lecithid." A summary [Manwaring, W.H.]. — 1910, 21: 277

Intestinal obstruction: formation and absorption of toxin [Davis, D.M.]. — 1914, 25: 33

Natural immunity of animals against poison of intestinal obstruction [Davis, D.M., and Morgan, H.S.]. — 1914, 25: 39

The effect upon haemolytic streptococci of cultivating them in immune and normal serum [Bliss, E.A., and Amoss, H.L.]. — 1929, 45: 361

Problems in active and passive immunity [Madsen, T., and Jensen, C.]. — 1937, 61: 221

Immunity in relation to 1:2:5:6-dibenzanthracene-induced sarcomata [Lewis, M.R.]. — 1940, 67: 325

Antibody formation in alloxan diabetes. A comparison of the precipitin response to egg albumen of normal rabbits and of rabbits with alloxan diabetes [Payne, T.P.B., and Cruickshank, A.H.]. — 1948, 83: 326

Immunity active
Anti-typhoid vaccination. The immediate results of the administration of 3600 doses [Russell, F.F.]. — 1910, 21: 83

The development of antibodies in the serum of patients recovering from acute lobar pneumonia [Clough, P.W.]. — 1913, 24: 295

Prophylactic vaccination against acute tonsillitis [Bloomfield, A.L., and Felty, A.R.]. — 1923, 34: 251

Immunity granules derived from leucocytes
The presence in the blood of free granules derived from leucocytes, and their possible relations to immunity [Stokes, W.R., and Wegefahrt, A.]. — 1897, 8: 246

Immunity in allergy
Observations on the relation of allergy to immunity [Rich, A.R.]. — 1930, 47: 189

The persistence of immunity after the abolition of allergy by desensitization [Rich, A.R., Jennings, F.B., Jr., and Downing, L.M.]. — 1933, 53: 172

Immunity mechanism
The pro-infective ("aggressive") action of normal blood-serum [Cole, R.I., and Smirnow, M.R.]. — 1908, 19: 249

Amboceptors and complement in typhoid sera [Denison, H.S.]. — 1908, 19: 263

Some observations on hypersensitiveness to pneumococcus protein, with special reference to its relation to immunity [Clough, P.W.]. — 1915, 26: 37

The nature of resistance to tuberculosis [Krause, A.K.]. — 1917, 28: 191

Immunological reactions of Bence-Jones proteins. I. Differences between Bence-Jones proteins and human serum proteins [Bayne-Jones, S., and Wilson, D.W.]. — 1922, 33: 37

Immunological reactions of Bence-Jones proteins. II. Differences between Bence-Jones proteins from various sources [Bayne-Jones, S., and Wilson, D.W.]. — 1922, 33: 119

The mechanism responsible for the prevention of spread of bacteria in the immune body [Rich, A.R.]. — 1933, 52: 203

A study of the character and degree of protection afforded by the immune state independently of the leucocytes [Rich, A.R., and McKee, C.M.]. — 1934, 54: 277

Immunity passive
The effects of serum therapy in acute lobar pneumonia [Bloomfield, A.L.]. — 1917, 28: 301

Studies in scarlet fever. II. Studies on the use of convalescent scarlet fever serum and Dochez' scarlatinal antistreptococcic serum for the treatment of scarlet fever [Birkhaug, K.E.]. — 1925, 36: 134

Studies on the protective substance in antipneumococcus serum. III. The protective substance in types I, II and III antipneumococcus sera [Felton, L.D.]. — 1926, 38: 33

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

Immunity pathology
The Huxley lecture on recent studies of immunity with special reference to their bearing on pathology [Welch, W.H.]. — 1902, 13: 285

Impetigo
Impetigo contagiosa in children - its etiology and treatment [Smith, D.T., and Burky, E.L.]. — 1924, 35: 78

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

Impregnation
Pregnancy following implantation of the outer and of the only remaining Fallopian into the uterine cornu after resection of a cornual pregnancy [Shaw, H.N.]. — 1921, 32: 305

Inanition
Studies on experimental rickets. XV. The effect of starvation on the healing of rickets [McCollum, E.V., Simmonds, N., Shipley, P.G., and Park, E.A.]. — 1922, 33: 31

The nutritional requirements in inanition. I. Observations on the ability of single foodstuffs to prolong survival [Holt, L.E., Jr., and Kajdi, C.N.]. — 1944, 74: 121

The nutritional requirements in inanition. II. The effect of mineral and vitamin supplements on the survival of animals on single foods [Holt, L.E., Jr., and Kajdi, C.N.]. — 1944, 74: 142

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

Indians of North America
The epidemic of the Indians of New England, 1616-1620, with remarks on native American infections [Williams, H.U.]. — 1909, 20: 340

Indigestion
The causes of indigestion - A study of 1000 cases [VanderHoof, D.]. — 1915, 26: 151

Indole
The inability of Staphylococci to form indole from protein, peptone and tryptophane [Bayne-Jones, S., and Zinninger, P.]. — 1921, 32: 299

Infant caudal appendage
See Appendage caudal

Infants
An appendix abscess in a 27-months' child; with am analysis of infantile appendicitis in The Johns Hopkins Hospital [Churchman, J.W.]. — 1909, 20: 31

Bleeding from the intestinal tract of an infant in the course of alimentary decomposition in the sense of Finkelstein. A clinical note [Amberg, S.]. — 1909, 20: 323

Gaucher's disease. A report of two cases in infants [Knox, J.H.M., Jr., Wahl, H.R., and Schmeisser, H.C.]. — 1916, 27: 1

The cases of Gaucher's disease reported by Drs. Knox, Wahl and Schmeisser [Mandlebaum, F.S., and Downey, H.]. — 1916, 27: 109

Infants nutrition
Iron metabolism in infancy. I. Factors influencing iron retention on ordinary diets [Josephs, H.W.]. — 1939, 65: 145

Studies on the protein metabolism of the infant. I. The comparative biological value of some milk protein preparations [Albanese A.A., Holt, L.E., Jr., Irby, V., Snyderman, S.E., and Lein, M.]. — 1947, 80: 149

Studies on the protein metabolism of infants. II. Tryptophane requirement of the infant [Albanese A.A., Holt, L.E., Jr., Irby, V., Snyderman, S.E., and Lein, M.]. — 1947, 80: 158

Infants, Newborn blood in
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

The amino-acid nitrogen of the blood in cases of normal and complicated pregnancy and also in the new-born infant [Morse, A.]. — 1917, 28: 199

Isoagglutination in new-born infants and their mothers. A possible relationship between interagglutination and the toxemias of pregnancy [McQuarrie, I.]. — 1923, 34: 51

Studies on the living blood cells of the newborn [Forkner, C.E.]. — 1929, 45: 75

Factors influencing plasma prothrombin in the new born infant. I. Prematurity and vitamin K [Hellman, L.M., and Shettles, L.B.]. — 1939, 65: 138

Factors influencing plasma prothrombin in the newborn infant. II. Antepartum and neonatal ingestion of vitamin K concentrate [Shettles, L.B., Delfs, E., and Hellman, L.M.]. — 1939, 65: 419

Factors influencing plasma prothrombin in the new born infant. III. A study of the vitamin K activity of various naphthohydroquinone derivatives [Hellman, L.M., Moore, W.T., and Shettles, L.B.]. — 1940, 66: 379

Factors influencing plasma prothrombin in the newborn infant. IV. The effect of antenatal administration of vitamin K on the incidence of retinal hemorrhage in the newborn [Maumenee, A.E., Hellman, L.M., and Shettles, L.B.]. — 1941, 68: 158

Infants, Newborn premature
Factors influencing plasma prothrombin in the new born infant. I. Prematurity and vitamin K [Hellman, L.M., and Shettles, L.B.]. — 1939, 65: 138

Infection
The reaction of the spleen in acute infections [Evans, F.A.]. — 1916, 27: 356

An experimental study of phagocytosis in relation to terminal infections [Cross, H.B.]. — 1921, 32: 350

Acute lobar pneumonia and haematogenous puerperal infection; a case report [Johnston, R.A., and Morgan, H.J.]. — 1922, 33: 106

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

The clinical results of combined penicillin and ice therapy [Gilbert, R.A., Call, R.A., and Roose, D.J.]. — 1949, 84: 245

Infection bacterial
The relation of leucocytes with eosinophile granulation to bacterial infection [Opie, E.L.]. — 1904, 15: 71

Infection blastomycetic
See Blastomycetic Infection

Infection by Bacillus aërogenes capsullatus
See Bacillus aërogenes capsulatus

Infection by Bacterium coli commune
See Bacterium coli commune

Infection fulminating hemorrhagic
See Bacillus mucosus capsulatus group

Infection hemorrhagic
See Bacillus mucosus capsulatus group

Infection malarial
Malarial infection as a source of error in surgical diagnosis [Russell, W.W.]. — 1896, 7: 204

Infection polybacterial
Report of a case of polybacterial infection in typhoid fever, with especial reference to certain involutions exhibited by the Bacillus typhosus [Carter, E.P.]. — 1897, 8: 115

Infection protozoan
A case of combined protozoan and bacterial infection [Flexner, S.]. — 1896, 7: 171

Infection renal
Ascending renal infection; with special reference to the reflex of urine from the bladder into the ureters as an etiological factor in its causation and maintenance [Sampson, J.A.]. — 1903, 14: 334

Infection streptococcus
A case of associated streptococcus infection of the vermiform appendix and Fallopian tube [Robb, H.]. — 1892, 3: 23

Rarer cases of and observation on streptococcus infection. (Proceedings) [Bloodgood, J.C.]. — 1897, 8: 47

Infection through the drainage tube
Infection through the drainage tube; the result of the bacteriological examination of drainage tube fluids in sixteen consecutive cases of coeliotomy [Ghriskey, A.A., and Robb, H.]. — 1891, 2: 93

Infection typhoid
Typhoid infection without intestinal lesions [Flexner, S., and Harris, N.MacL.]. — 1897, 8: 259

Typhoid infection without lesions of the intestine. A case of haemorrhagic typhoid fever [Opie, E.L., and Bassett, V.H.]. — 1901, 12: 198

Infection with a para-colon bacillus
On infection with a para-colon bacillus in a case with all the clinical features of typhoid fever [Gwyn, N.B.]. — 1898, 9: 54

Infection with Balantidium coli
See Balantidium Coli

Infections treatment of
The treatment of general infections, with especial reference to the use of silver nitrate in such cases. (Proceedings) [Hume, J.]. — 1904, 15: 61

Inflammation
The relation of the sensory nerves to inflammation [Stevenson, H.N., and Reid, M.R.]. — 1915, 26: 21

Histamine as an inflammatory agent [Bloom, W.]. — 1922, 33: 185

The changes in the omentum of the rabbit during mild irritations; with especial reference to the specificity of the mesothelium [Cunningham, R.S.]. — 1922, 33: 257

The effects of chronic irritations on the morphology of the peritoneal mesothelium [Cunningham, R.S.]. — 1924, 35: 111

The influence of a monocytosis of the peripheral blood stream upon the cellular character of an acute inflammation [Frerichs, J.B.]. — 1944, 74: 49

Influenza
Clinical observations on epidemic influenza [Bloomfield, A.L., and Harrop, G.A., Jr.]. — 1919, 30: 1

The behavior of the blood toward oxygen in influenzal infections [Harrop, G.A., Jr.]. — 1919, 30: 10

Comments on the pathology and bacteriology of fatal influenza cases, as observed at Camp Devens, Mass. [Wolbach, S.B.]. — 1919, 30: 104

Observations on epidemic of influenza B occurring at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in November-December, 1945 [Ward, T.G., and Leymaster, G.R.]. — 1947, 81: 325

Influenza and malaria
Clinical notes. (1) Intermittent fever in influenza simulating malarial fever. (2) Grave malarial fever with few parasites in the peripheral circulation. Dangers of the intravenous injection of quinine [Thayer, W.S.]. — 1911, 22: 101

Influenza diagnosis
The correlation of x-ray findings and physical signs in the chest in uncomplicated epidemic influenza [Bloomfield, A.L., and Waters, C.A.]. — 1919, 30: 252

The diagnosis of influenza virus infections by the agglutination-inhibition test [Farmer, T.W., and Streeter, G.A.]. — 1944, 75: 48

Influenza leucocytes in
The reaction of the leucocytes in epidemic influenza [Douglas, B.]. — 1919, 30: 338

Influenza tuberculin reaction
Changes in skin sensitiveness to tuberculin during epidemic influenza [Bloomfield, A.L., and Mateer, J.G.]. — 1919, 30: 238

Influenza Bacilli
See Bacteria Mucosa influenza

Infra-Red Rays
An infra-red absorption method for quantitative analysis of respiratory and other gases [Pfund, A.H., and Gemmill, C.L.]. — 1940, 67: 61

Inguinal Region neural anatomy
Observations upon the neural anatomy of the inguinal region relative to the performance of herniotomy under local anaesthesia [Cushing, H.]. — 1900, 11: 58

Injury shoulder
Injury to the shoulder. (Proceedings) [Finney, J.M.T.]. — 1894, 5: 83

Inoculation intra-tracheal
The results of the intra-tracheal inoculation of the Bacillus diphteriae in rabbits [Anderson, H.B., and Flexner, S.]. — 1898, 9: 72

Inoculation intravenous
Intravenous inoculation of rabbits with the Bacillus coli communis and the Bacillus typhi abdominalis [Blachstein, A.G.]. — 1891, 2: 96

Additional note concerning the intravenous inoculation of the Bacillus typhi abdominalis [Welch, W.H.]. — 1891, 2: 121

Inoculation with the sputum of tuberculous cases
Report on the inoculation of thirteen guinea-pigs with the sputum of tuberculous cases undergoing the Koch treatment [Nuttall, G.H.F., and Wright, J.H.]. — 1891, 2: 77

Inorganic Salts
See Minerals

Insanity
See Gemmules

Insanity post-typhoid
Post-typhoid insanity. (Proceedings) [McCrae, T.]. — 1902, 13: 57

Insomnia
See Sleep disorders

Instruments
The piezometer, an instrument for measuring resistances [Kelly, H.A.]. — 1904, 15: 293

An instrument for the determination of venous pressure in man [Hooker, D.R., and Eyster, J.A.E.]. — 1908, 19: 274

A method for complete enucleation of the tonsil [West, J.A.]. — 1908, 19: 328

Conveniences in laboratory technique [Perkins, R.G.]. — 1909, 20: 324

A simple method for the determination of venous pressure [Brown, N.W.]. — 1918, 29: 93

An apparatus for measuring the newborn [Schultz, A.H.]. — 1920, 31: 131

A new apparatus for heating bacterial and blood smears [Elvers, C.F.]. — 1924, 35: 94

Note on timing device for the determination of the refractory period of the heart [Dieuaide, F.R., and Turner, R.H.]. — 1924, 35: 411

The use of television in surgical operations [Trimble, I.R., and Reese, F.M.]. — 1947, 81: 186

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

A multi-channel strain-gage tokodynamometer: an instrument for studying patterns of uterine contractions in pregnant women [Reynolds, S.R.M., Heard, O.O., Bruns, P., and Hellman, L.M.]. — 1948, 82: 446

Oximeter control of arterial oxygen saturation in anoxemia studies [Penneys, R., and Thomas, C.B.]. — 1948, 82: 470

Audiometry with the use of galvanic skin-resistance response. A preliminary report [Bordley, J.E., Hardy, W.G., and Richter, C.P.]. — 1948, 82: 569

A simple volumeter for measuring the oxygen consumption of small animals [Lilienthal, J.L., Jr., Zierler, K.L., and Folk, B.P.]. — 1949, 84: 238

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

Insulin
The effect of insulin injections upon the serum inorganic phosphate in normal and suprarenalectomized dogs [Ellsworth, R.M., and Weinstein, A.]. — 1933, 53: 21

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

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

Diabetes, insulin action, and the respiratory quotient [Bridge, E.M., and Winter, E.A.]. — 1939, 64: 257

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

A note of the fate injected insulin [Mark, J., and Lewis, R.C., Jr.]. — 1943, 72: 246

Insulin preparations
Studies of diabetes mellitus. III. The use of the pancreatis extract insulin in the treatment of diabetes mellitus [McCann, W.S., Hannon, R.R., and Dodd, K.]. — 1923, 34: 205

Crystalline insulin in the treatment of diabetes mellitus [Howard, J.E., and DeLawder, A.M.]. — 1933, 52: 173

Intarvin Fat
See Glyceryl Margarate

Internal Rectus advancement of
Advancement of the internal rectus. (Proceedings) [Randolph, R.L.]. — 1893, 4: 40

Intestine circular suture of
Inflated rubber cylinders for circular suture of the intestine [Halsted, W.S.]. — 1898, 9: 25

Intestine human, development of
Inflated rubber cylinders for circular suture of the intestine [Halsted, W.S.]. — 1898, 9: 25

Development of the human intestine and its position in the adult [Mall, F.P.]. — 1898, 9: 197

Intestine pig's, development of
Development of the pig's intestine [MacCallum, J.B.]. — 1901, 12: 102

Intestines
See also Gastro-Intestinal Tract

The effect of diminished blood supply to the intestines upon the general circulation [Longcope, W.T., and McClintock, A.T.]. — 1910, 21: 270

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

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

Di-Hydranol. Control of intestinal putrefaction in man by oral administration of 2-4-dihydroxyphenyl n-heptane [Leonard, V., and Feirer, W.A.]. — 1931, 48: 25

Intestines diseases
Phlegmonous enteritis [MacCallum, W.G.]. — 1906, 17: 254

The relation of intestinal infection to visceral tuberculosis [Whipple, G.H.]. — 1907, 18: 379

Hodgkin's disease of the intestines. With a report of a case [Warfield, L.M., and Kristjanson, H.T.]. — 1916, 27: 24

Sporothrix infection of the large intestine and finger-nails [Boggs, T.R., and Fried, H.]. — 1925, 37: 164

Acute staphylococcal infection of the jejunum and ileum [Blackman, S.S., Jr.]. — 1935, 57: 289

Steatorrhoea with unusual intestinal lesions [Jarcho, S.]. — 1936, 59: 275

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

Macrocytic anemia in association with intestinal strictures and anastomoses. Review of the literature and report of two new cases [Barker, W.H., and Hummel, L.E.]. — 1939, 64: 215

Sulfanilylguanidine: a chemotherapeutic agent for intestinal infections [Marsahll, E.K., Jr., Bratton, A.C., White, H.J., and Litchfield, J.T., Jr.]. — 1940, 67: 163

Intestines hemangiomata
Multiple cavernous haemangiomata of the intestine [MacCallum, W.G.]. — 1906, 17: 258

Intestines hemorrhage
Bleeding from the intestinal tract of an infant in the course of alimentary decomposition in the sense of Finkelstein. A clinical note [Amberg, S.]. — 1909, 20: 323

Intestines obstruction
Intestinal obstruction [Bloodgood, J.C.]. — 1907, 18: 314

Two cases of atresia of the small intestine. I. Multiple congenital atresia of the jejunum. II. Valvular atresia and secondary inflammatory obstruction of the jejunum [Helmholz, H.F.]. — 1907, 18: 370

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

Low grade partial obstruction of the small intestine [Martin, L., and Wright, H.E.]. — 1938, 62: 422

Intestines obstruction, experimental
Intestinal obstruction: A study of the toxic factors [Stone, H.B., Bernheim, B.M., and Whiple, G.H.]. — 1912, 23: 159

Intestinal obstruction: formation and absorption of toxin [Davis, D.M.]. — 1914, 25: 33

Natural immunity of animals against poison of intestinal obstruction [Davis, D.M., and Morgan, H.S.]. — 1914, 25: 39

The influence of intravenous sodium chloride on intestinal absorption and peristalsis [Hughson, W., and Scarff, J.E.]. — 1924, 35: 197

On the formation of the toxic fluid found in isolated duodenuojejunal loops [Braeye, L.]. — 1926, 39: 121

Contribution to the study of toxic absorption from the intestinal tract in experimental high obstruction [Braeye, L.]. — 1927, 40: 33

The effect of penicillin in experimental intestinal obstruction. Preliminary report on closed loop studies [Harper, W.H., and Blain, A., III]. — 1945, 76: 221

The effect of penicillin in experimental intestinal obstruction. Studies on strangulated low ileal obstructions [Blain, A., III, and Kennedy, J.D.]. — 1946, 79: 1

Intestinal obstruction: a study of two hundred and four acute cases with reference to the possible efficacy of anti-bacterial therapy [Calihan, R.J., Kennedy, J.D., and Blain, A., III]. — 1946, 79: 21

Necrosis and ulceration of the intestinal wall in simple intestinal obstruction. An experimental study [Harper, W.H., and Lemmer, R.A.]. — 1946, 79: 207

Intestines physiology
The influence of intravenous sodium chloride on intestinal absorption and peristalsis [Hughson, W., and Scarff, J.E.]. — 1924, 35: 197

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

Intestines secretions
The effect of sunshine on the acidity of the intestinal tract of rachitic rats [Tisdall, F.F., and Price, H.W.]. — 1927, 41: 432

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

Intestines stenosis
Macrocytic anemia in association with intestinal strictures and anastomoses. Review of the literature and report of two new cases [Barker, W.H., and Hummel, L.E.]. — 1939, 64: 215

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

Intestinal anastomosis without open incisions by means of basting stitches [Parker, E.M., and Kerr, H.H.]. — 1908, 19: 132

A synopsis of studies on peritoneal adhesions with a contribution to the treatment of denuded bowel surfaces [Richardson, E.H.]. — 1911, 22: 283

The effect of extensive resections of the small intestine [Flint, J.M.]. — 1912, 23: 127

Studies on the aseptic end-to-end anastomosis of the intestine [Grey, E.G.]. — 1918, 29: 267

Healing of end-to-end intestinal anastomoses with especial reference to the regeneration of blood-vessels [Sabin, F.R.]. — 1920, 31: 289

End-to-end anastomosis of the intestine by presection seizures. An experimental study [Holman, E.F.]. — 1920, 31: 300

Blind end-to-end anastomosis of the sigmoid - a modified Halsted operation - presentation of a new instrument [Bidgood, C.Y.]. — 1923, 34: 197

Blind-end circular suture of the intestine (Halsted method) [Rienhoff, W.F., Jr.]. — 1925, 36: 81

Intussusception
Reduction of intussusception by hydrostatic pressure. An experimental study. [Ravitch, M.M., and McCune, R.M., Jr.]. — 1948, 82: 550

Invalid Cooking instruction in
Practical and scientific instruction in invalid cooking [Robb, I. Hampton]. — 1890, 1: 108

Inversion uterus
See Uterus inversion

Iodine and Iodine Compounds
The relation of iodine to the parathyroid [Estes, W.L., Jr., and Cecil, A.B.]. — 1907, 18: 331

A preliminary report upon the effects of feeding animals upon an iodine-free diet [Dochez, A.R.]. — 1908, 19: 235

The influence of feeding iodides on the catalytic activity of the rabbit's blood [Strauss, A.]. — 1912, 23: 51

The action of potassium and sodium iodides and of the iodine ion on the heart and blood vessels [Macht, D.I.]. — 1914, 25: 278

Endemic goitre in rabbits. III. Effect of administration of iodine [Webster, B., and Chesney, A.M.]. — 1928, 43: 291

The effect of potassium iodide on the pulse rates of normal individuals [McEachern, D.]. — 1930, 47: 299

The effect of the ingestion of potassium iodide on the electrocardiogram of normal individuals [McEachern, D., and Baker, B.M., Jr.]. — 1930, 47: 304

The use of iodine in the pre-operative treatment of hyperthyroidism; with remarks on iodine remissions as observed in Baltimore, Md [Winkenwerder, W.L., and McEachern, D.]. — 1932, 51: 282

Hypersensitivity to iodine as a cause of periarteritis nodosa [Rich, A.R.]. — 1945, 77: 43

Iodine Test demonstration of
Demonstration of Florence's iodine test for seminal stains. (Proceedings) [Barker, L.F.]. — 1897, 8: 133

Irideremia
See Glaucoma

Iris defects
See Eye congenital defects

Iron
See also Minerals iron

Iron impregnation and incrustation of various tissues [Klotz, O.]. — 1916, 27: 363

Iron presence of
See Eosinophile-Leucocytes presence of iron

Irrigating Stand
A new office irrigating stand [Walker, G.]. — 1904, 15: 394

Ischium
Transverse fracture of the body of the ischium in 1893; terminal displacement in 1902; diagnosticated in 1909 [Sharpe, N.W.]. — 1911, 22: 57

Islands of Langerhans
See Langerhans Islands

Iso-Par
See Ear

Israel Spachius gynecology
See Gynecology Spachius's