What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
acid aerobic agar alcohol alkaline anaerobic aniline animals anthrax Bacillus bacteria bacterium Beggiatoa blood serum bouillon Canada balsam cause cells cent centre cholera Clinical cocci colonies colored containing cover-glass Culture Characters decolorized develop diphtheria diplococci disease dyes examined facultative facultative anaerobic fermentation fever filter flagella Frankel germs Glanders glass Gram's method grow growth guinea-pigs immotile rods immune injected inoculation Interleaved for Notes intestinal Jefferson Medical College Koch layer on potato liquefy gelatine long threads methylin methylin blue mice microbe Micrococcus microscope milk moist needle NON-PATHOGENIC nutrient obtained odor onies ordinary temperatures Origin.—In oxygen pathogenic Philadelphia pigment placed plate pneumonia Practice of Medicine produced Professor Pyogenes rabbits rounded ends Sarcina septicaemia Short motile rods Short rods skin slowly solution Spirillum spores sputum Stab stain sterilized Streptococci surface Surgery swine test-tube tetanus thick tissue tube typhoid yeast yellow
Page 9 - Skin ; while the introductory chapters cover full}' the important subjects of Diet, Hygiene, Exercise, • Bathing, and the Chemistry of Food. Tracheotomy, Intubation, Circumcision, and such minor surgical procedures coming within the province of the medical practitioner are carefully considered.
Page 45 - This is by far the most useful book which has yet appeared on insurance examination, a subject of growing interest and importance. Not the least valuable portion of the volume is Part II, which consists of instructions issued to their examining physicians by twenty-four representative companies of this country. If for these alone, the book should be at the right hand of every physician interested in this special branch of medical science.
Page 21 - DISEASES OF WOMEN. By HENRY J. GARRIGUES, AM, MD, Professor of Obstetrics in the New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Gynecologist to St. Mark's Hospital and to the German Dispensary, etc., New York City.
Page 26 - ESSENTIALS OF ANATOMY, Including the Anatomy of the Viscera. BY CHARLES B. NANCREDE, MD, Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery in the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor ; Corresponding Member of the Royal Academy of Medicine, Rome, Italy ; Late Surgeon Jefferson Medical College, etc.
Page 4 - RCS (Hon.), Professor of the Principles of Surgery and of Clinical Surgery, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, etc.
Page 5 - ... that is entirely new and original. The book as a whole, therefore, expresses on all the important surgical topics of the day the consensus of opinion of the eminent surgeons who have joined in its preparation. One of the most attractive features of the book is its illustrations. Very many of them are original and...
Page 42 - ESSENTIALS OF NERVOUS DISEASES AND INSANITY, their Symptoms and Treatment. By JOHN C. SHAW, MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System, Long Island College Hospital Medical School ; Consulting Neurologist to St. Catherine's Hospital and to the Long Island College Hospital ; formerly Medical Superintendent King's County Insane Asylum.
Page 4 - American Journal of the Medical Sciences. AN AMERICAN TEXT-BOOK OF SURGERY. Third Edition. By ii Eminent Professors of Surgery. Edited by WILLIAM W. KEEN, MD, LL.D., and J. WILLIAM WHITE, MD, PH.D.
Page 7 - Bacteriology as a whole and of immunity are fully considered in a separate section. Methods of diagnosis are given the most minute and careful attention, thus enabling the reader to learn the very latest methods of investigation without consulting works specially devoted to the subject. D For Sale by Subscription only. AN AMERICAN TEXT-BOOK OF THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN. INCLUDING Special Chapters on Essential Surgical Subjects; Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat ; Diseases of the Skin; and...