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MEDICAL JOURNAL CONTINUED. 
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American Intelligence.—Original Communications.—McClellan on Extirpation of the Parotid Gland. 
E. Bissell's Cases of Ovarian Disease, with remarks. Eve on Lithotomy—Bilateral operation, with cases. 
Tracy on the Vegetable Acids as correctives of acidity of stomach. Ludlow's Notice of a new Flexible Ste* 
thoscope: Dodd's Improved Cupping Apparatus. Crowell's Unusual case of irregularity of the incisors and 
canine teeth of the superior jaw, remedied in seventy-six days. 
Domestic Summary .—Judkins' case of Ovarian Disease. Bedford on Vaginal Hysterotomy. 
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