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No. 14.-Visit to the trenches                             
No. 16.-Prevention and treatment of venereal diseases              
No. 17.-The primary suture in war surgery                  
No. 18.-Trip to the trenches                             
No. 19.-Trip to the trenches                              
No. 22.-Visit to British casualty clearing stations                   
No. 31.-Sick wastage                                  
No. 33.-War surgery at a base hospital                       
No. 36.-Visit to motor ambulance convoy, Red Cross depot, Stationery Ambulance No. 39, General Hospital No. 70, and Third Corps mobile laboratory 
No. 37.-Visit to Eleventh Division depot medical stores, division baths, corps laundry, and inspection of field ambulance equipment       
No. 39.-Visit to scabies hospital and corps rest station             
No. 41.-Dugout                                
No. 43.-War surgery                                
No. 60.-Thechief surgeon of an Infantry division (D. I.)-functions, role, and method of a division surgeon (M.D.)                  
No. 62.-War wound bacteriology                      
No. 64.-The general organization of the medical services in this war       
No. 65.-The use of Dakin's solution, dichloramine-T, and eusol in the treatment of suppurating wounds                     
No. 66.- General pathological anatomy and physiology of wounds-spontaneous evolution: healing process                      
No. 67.-Tetanus infection                             
No. 68.-Rifle splint                                   
No. 70.-Surgical varieties and treatment of gas gangrene               
No. 73.-Visit to Ambulance 3/66                         
No. 74.- General considerations of the wounds of war               
No. 75.-The flavine antiseptic in the treatment of infected wounds          
No. 76.-Visit to Ambulance Company                     
No. 77.-Localization of foreign bodies in war times-methods commonly used in the sanitary stations at the front                      
No. 79.-Injuries and wounds of the eye                      
No. 81.-Visit to fracture hospital at                        
No. 82.-Visit to H. O. E. 32                        
No. 83.-Visit to H. O. E. 22                             
No. 86.-Orthopedic surgery                            
No. 87.-H. O. E.                                   
No. 88.- Statement of commanding officer of Army Sanitary School to Army sanitation class                 
No. 89.-Summary of a trip through advance zone organizations         
No. 90.-Notes by group of student officers visiting right sector         
No. 91.-The medical center at _____                           
No. 92.-The evacuation of wounded in zone of advance              
No. 93.-Surgical treatment of diaphyseal fractures                   
No. 94.-Orthopedic treatment of fractures                   
No. 95.-Fresh articular wounds                         
No. 96.-Demonstrations on bone and joint injuries               
No. 97.-Clinical demonstrations                        
No. 98.-Malingering                                 
No. 99.-Notes on the H. O. E. which was the headquarters of the French field service school for medical officers                     
No. 100.-Table of surgical dressings and appliances and gas supplies    
No. 101.-Division of orthopedic surgery                     
No. 102.-Visit to the trenches, left sector                    
No. 103.-Trip to the trenches, left sector                       
No. 104.-Visit to trenches, to a field ambulance group, and to a large H. O. E.  
No. 105.-War surgery                                
No. 106.-Blood transfusion                              
No. 108.-Pyodermia of parasitic origin                       
No. 109.-Shock                                 
No. 110.-Visit to advanced surgical stations, field ambulances, a medical center for the Army, and a rest station  



No. 111.-Secondary and late complications of brain wounds         
No. 112.-Wounds of the abdomen                           
No. 113.-Gunshot wounds of the skull                       
No. 114.-Gunshot wounds of the nerves and their surgical treatment      
No. 115.-Conference on traumatic shock                  
No. 116.-Oral hygiene                                
No. 117.-Ordnance and its effects                          
No. 118.-Directions for the operation of personal hygiene sections          
No. 119.-Histobacteriological cytodiagnosis of war wounds               
No. 120.-Surgical supplies and surgical treatment in a combat division      
No. 121.-Bacteria of war wounds                           
No. 122.-Convalescent camps                              
No. 124.-Icterus in the Army                              
No. 127.-Routing and hospitalization of ear, nose, and throat cases         
No. 128.-Visit to British convalescent camps in the vicinity of X        
No. 131.-Indications and general technique of amputations in fresh war wounds   
No. 133.-The bacteriology of war wounds                     
No. 134.-Military dermatology                        
No. 135.-Food conservation and the medical officer                  
No. 136.-The effort syndrome, together with a consideration of the significance of certain murmurs
No. 138.-General organization of the Medical Corps of the French Army        
No. 139.-Visit to the Hospital St. Nicolas, known as the Ambrine Hospital, at Issy Molineux
No. 140.-Ambrine                                  
No. 145.-Field hospitals                            
No. 146.-The evacuation hospital                            
No. 149.-The organization of a convalescent camp                  
No. 151.-The applicatory method of tactical instruction              
No. 153.-Plan for evacuation of sick and wounded                   
No. 155.-Army hospitals                               
No. 158.-Divisional medical camps for the treatment of venereal disease in the A. E. F 
No. 159.-Histopathology of war wounds                      
No. 160.-The prevention and treatment of venereal diseases                
No. 161.-The field hospital in campaign                     
No. 163.-General considerations of the wounds of war                
No. 164.-Wound bacteriology                               
No. 167.-Internal medicine in the Army                        
No. 168.-The division orthopedist                          
No. 169.-The medical supply officer of a division                   
No. 171.-Problems of the regimental surgeon—the dental surgeon as an auxiliary medical officer 
No. 172.-The duties of battalion and regimental surgeons               
No. 174.-Orthopedic problems of the A. E. F                     
No. 177.-The duties of director of ambulance companies                
No. 179.-The duties of the director of ambulance companies            
No. 180.-The duties of the division psychiatrist                   
No. 182.-Sanitary tactics                                
No. 183.-Evacuation officer and his duties in the army of the zone of evacuation