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Category: 1863 – Volume 36

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 36 Issue 1 – January 1863

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Observations on “Soundness”; A Diseased Spleen; Remarks on the Above by Professor Varnell; Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science. Plants which Prove Poisonous, or Otherwise Injurious, to our Domestic Animals; Hydrophobia in the the Horse; On Strangulated Hernia…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 36 Issue 3 – March 1863

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Carcinoma of the Intestines and other Abdominal Viscera of a Horse; Treatment of Colic, &c; Observations on “Soundness.”; Remarks on a Case of Calculi in the Intestines of a Horse, Followed by Rupture; Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science. Poisoning of Heifers with the Woody Nightshade…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 36 Issue 4 – April 1863

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Rupture of the Colon of a Horse, which it is supposed, had taken place several days before death; Analysis of a Calculus Removed from the Urethra of a Horse; On Some of the Diseases of the Stomach and Intestines of the Horse and other Animals. Chronic Diarrhoea; Observations on “Soundness”; Abscess in the Brain of a Horse…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 36 Issue 5– May 1863

Article include: Communications and Cases. Observations on “Soundness”; Comments on a Recent Case of Rupture of the Colon in a Horse; Fractured Radius Supervening a Kick Several Days Previously Inflicted; Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science
On Ulceration of the Intestines;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 36 Issue 6 – June 1863

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Oedema of the Large Intestines of a Horse, Supervening Upon an Attack of Influenza; Paralysis of the Colon of Horse; On Some of the Diseases of the Respiratory Organs of the Horse and Other Animals
Observations on “Soundness”;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 36 Issue 7 – July 1863

Articles include: Communications and Cases. Diseased Meat; Tumour Within the Windpipe of a Horse; Remarks by Professor Varnell; Simple Rules on Shoeing; Cases of Purpura Haemorrhagica; Ruptured Colon in a Horse; The Use of the Hydrated Perxide of Iron in Cases of Poisoning by Arsenic…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 36 Issue 8 – August 1863

Articles include: Communications and Cases. On Some of the Diseases of the Respiratory Organs of the Horse and Other Animals. Catarrhal Affections; Observations on “Soundness”; Case of Ruptured Stomach of a Horse; Diseased Kidney of a Pony
Treatment of Colic; Facts and Observations. The Alkaline Metals; Obtainment of Iodine…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 36 Issue 9 – September 1863

Articles include: Communications and Cases. A Serious Cyst Situated in the Diaphragm; On the Exhibition of Animal Food to Herbivorous Animals in Veterinary Practice; Hydatids in the Kidney of a Lamb; Remarks by Professor Varnell; Observations on “Soundness”; Botany as Applied to Veterinary Science; Strangulated Scrotal Hernia. – Reduction by Taxis;…

‘The Veterinarian’ Vol 36 Issue 10 – October 1863

Articles include: Communications and Cases. String-Halt – Its Doubtful Pathology; On Some of the Diseases of the Respiratory Organs of the Horse and Other Animals; Joint Lameness in Colts, Associated with and Symptomatic of Lumbricord Worms; Traumatic Tetanus. – Recovery; Supposed Effects of the Alsike Clover on Horses; Second Communication…