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Page 528 - By Thomas Bryant, FRCs, Surgeon to, and Lecturer on Surgery at, Guy's Hospital ; etc. Third American, from the Third Revised and Enlarged English Edition. Edited and Enlarged for the use of the American Student and Practitioner, by John B. Roberts, AM, MD, Lecturer on Anatomy and on Operative Surgery in the Philadelphia School of Anatomy ; etc.
Page 529 - POCKET MEDICAL LEXICON: Giving the Correct Pronunciation and Definition of all Words and Terms in General Use in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences, the pronunciation being plainly represented in the American phonetic alphabet. With an Appendix containing a list of Poisons and their Antidotes ; Abbreviations used in Prescriptions ; and a
Page 381 - graduation from a good literary and scientific college, or high school ; or, lacking this, 3. A thorough examination in the branches of a good English education, including Mathematics, English Composition and Elementary Physics or Natural Philosophy. This provision will not be required before the close of the lecture sessions of
Page 527 - the author ventures to hope that it may be found to represent fairly the existing state of the science of medicine with respect to the subjects of which it treats, and to reflect the views of those who exemplify in their practice the present stage of the progress of medical art.
Page 167 - MANUAL OF MINOR SURGERY AND BANDAGING. By Christopher Heath, FRCS, Surgeon to University College Hospital, and Holme Professor of Clinical Surgery in University College, London ; Honorary Fellow of King's College.
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Page 382 - per centum of the course. 2. Regular examinations, or quizzes, to be made by each lecturer or professor daily, or at least twice each week. 3. Final examinations on all branches to be conducted, when practicable, by other competent examiners than the professors in each branch. V. Dissections, Clinics and Hospital : 1. Each student shall have dissected during two courses.