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Category: 1856 – Volume 29

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 29 Issue 1 – January 1856

Articles include: Communication and Cases. A Summary of Replies to a Series of Questions on Breeding of Animals; Practical Remarks on the Use of Clysters in the Horse; A Fatal Case of Laminitis Caused by the Animal’s Violently Kicking Against a Wall in the Stable;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 29 Issue 2 – February 1856

Articles include: Communication and Cases. On Purgatives and Clysters in the Treatment of Spasmodic Colic in the Horse; Cases of Fracture of the Pubis; Impaction of Ingesta in the Ileum of a Horse. Death; Cancer of the Orbit and Contiguous Parts in a Cow;

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 29 Issue 3 – March 1856

Articles included: Communication and Cases. Cancer Affecting Some of the Nerves, with their Ganglia; and also a Portion of the Brain of a Cow; What to Do and What Not to Do; Case of Thoroughpin, Treated by Puncturation and Pressure;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 29 Issue 4 – April 1856

Articles include: The Operation, Absolute and Relative, of Various kinds of Aloes on the Horse, with Cases Illustrative of the Benefit Attending the Exclusive Use of Purgatives and Clysters in Impaction and Spasmodic Colic; A Case of Rupture of the Coats of the Rectum;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 29 Issue 5 – May 1856

Articles include: Communication and Cases. Urethral Calculus in the Horse; On Castration in India; Several Fatal Cases of Disease; Enlarged and Scirrhous Spleen, Accompanied with Farcy; Case of Choking in the Horse; A Sanguineous Ovarian Tumour;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 29 Issue 6 – June 1856

Articles include: Communication and Cases. The Report of the Epizootic Commitee of the Epidemiological Society; Cases of Fracture of the Pelvis; Partial Occlusion of the Urethra in an Ox; Successful Operation for Ventral Hernia;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 29 Issue 7 – July 1856

Articles include: Communication and Cases. On the Relative Weight of the Body and of the Viscera of the Elephant; Rupture of the Colon of Horse; Explanatory Reply to the Above Communication; Cases of Malaena in Cows;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 29 Issue 8 – August 1856

Articles include: Communication and Cases. On the Formation of Sugar in the Liver of Animals; On Poisoning of Pigs with Brine; Chronic Nasal Gleet Produced by a Diseased Tooth. Operation. Cure; Inversion of the Uterus of a Mare;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 29 Issue 9 – September 1856

Articles include: Clinical Lecture on Dislocation of the Femur; Communication from G . H . Dadd; Cases of Phrenic Hernia; An Account of Four Horses Poisoned by Arsenious Acid; Sextuple Fracture of the Ossa Innominata of a Horse;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 29 Issue 10 – October 1856

Articles include: Communication and Case. Clinical Lecture on Dislocation of the Femur; Case of Ruptured Stomach; Ossification of the Hepatic Duct of a Cow; Case of Intussuception of the Ileum of a Horse;
Dislocation of the Os Suffraginis; An Attack of Pneumonia, Followed by Trismus, in a Mare…