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LONDON AND EDINBURGH
JOHN ROSE CORMACK, M.D. EDIN.,
PHYSICIAN TO THE ROYAL PUBLIC DISPENSARY OP EDINBURGH AND
LECTURER ON FORENSIC MEDICINE,
&c. &c. &c.
LONDON : JOHN CHURCHILL, PRINCES STREET, SOHO. EDINBURGH: MACLACHLAN, STEWART, & CO. DUBLIN: CURRY & CO. PARIS: FORTIN, MASSON, & CIE.
CONTRIBUTORS OF ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS,
TO WHICH AUTHORS' NAMES ARE ATTACHED,
SINCE THE COMMENCEMENT OF THIS JOURNAL IN JANUARY 1841 TO THIS THE.
Adays, Francis, Esq., Surgeon, Banchory, Ternan. 1841.
- James, M.D., of Haslar Hospital. 1842.
CLARK, Robert, Esq., Sierra Leone. 1842.
F., M.D. Edin., Kelso. 1841. -
turer on Surgery, Edinburgh. 1841.
, Edward, Esq., Professor of Botany in King's College, London. 1841.
Edinburgh, 1841 and 1842.
GRIFFITH, J. W., M.D., F.L.S., of Finsbury Dispensary, London. 1842.
HENDERSON, William, M.D., Professor of General Pathology in the University of
Edinburgh. 1841. Hocken, Edward H., M.D., &c., London. 1842. Hood, Robert, M.D. Edin., Edinburgh. 1842. HUNTER (the late) James, M.D., Surgeon to the Edinburgh Eye Dispensary. 1841. JEFFREY, J., M.D., Colchester. 1842. KING, T. W., Lecturer at Guy's Hospital, London. 1842. Leitch, D, Ross, M.D. Edin., Tynemouth. 1841. Lewins, Robert, jun., M.D., Leith. 1841. LIZARS, John, Esq., F.R.C.S.E., &c., Edinburgh. 1841. LYALL, John, Esq., Newburgh, Fife. 1842. Lyon, W. Esq., Surgeon to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, and Lecturer on Surgery.
1842. Maclagan, Douglas, M.D. Edin., Lecturer on Materia Medica, and Surgeon to the
Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh. 1841 and 1842. MACLEOD, William, Esq., Demonstrator of Anatomy, Edinburgh. 1841 and 1842. Mackay, Eric, M.D. Edin., Birmingham. 1841. Marr, James, M.D., Physician-Accoucheur to the Royal Dispensary, Edinburgh, and
Lecturer on Midwifery. 1842. MILLER, James, Esq., Professor of Surgery in the University of Edinburgh. 1841
and 1842. Morris, B. R., Esq., A.B., M.B. of Trinity College, Dublin, Physician to the York
pensary, Edinburgh. 1841 and 1842.
St Andrews. 1841 and 1842. RENAUD, Frank, Esq. 1842. RICHARDSON, Francis T., M.D. Edin. 1842. ROBARTS, H. P., Esq., Honorary Secretary to the London Medical Society. 1841
Alex., Esq., Invergordon. 1842.
David, M.D., Glasgow. 1842.
1842. STARK, James, M.D. Edin., F.R.S.E. 1842. Sime, James, Esq., Professor of Clinical Surgery in the University of Edinburgh,
and Surgeon to the Queen. 1841 and 1842. Taylor, David J., Esq., Lockerby. 1842. THOMSON, Fraser, M.D. Edin., Surgeon to the Perth Infirmary. 1841.
Anthony Tod, M.D., F.R.C.P.L., one of the Physicians to University llospital, London, 1842.
John, Esq., Kilmarnock. 1841 and 1842. TURNER, R., Esq., Keith. 1841 and 1842. TYTLER, (the late), T. B., M.D. Edin. 1841. URE, David, Esq., Dundee, 1841. VOSE, J. R. W., M.D., Physician to the Northern Hospital, Liverpool. 1841, WARDLEWORTH, T. H., Esq., Rochdale, 1841. WILLIAMSON, Thomas, M.D., Physician to the Dispensary, Leithi. 1841 and 1842.
W., M.D. Edin., Cupar-Fife. 1841. Willis, Robert, M.D., Physician to the Royal Infirmary for Children, London, and
Lecturer on the Practice of Medicine. 1841.
Article I.--On Ligature of the Carotids. By JAMES MILLER,
F.R.C.S.E., Lecturer on Surgery, and one of the Surgeons to the
may be supposed, that, were circumstances to have occurred, seeming to demand such a proceeding, the surgeon either would have altogether refused to operate, or at all events would have done so reluctantly, and only with a faint hope of thereby saving his patient from instant death, otherwise inevitable. The experience of Sir Astley Cooper had shown that carotids and vertebrals might all be safely tied, one after another, but singly, and with an interval between each deligation, supposed to be sufficient for the establishment of free anastomotic circulation; and it seems to have remained a settled point that operative treatment could not, with prudence and safety, be pushed with greater rapidity in regard to these vessels. Such an impression probably received further encouragement by proofs often occurring to the operating surgeon, how simultaneous pressure over both common carotids, with the view of tem
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