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Page 20 - This session begins about the middle of March and continues until the middle of June. During this session daily recitations in all the departments are held by a corps of Examiners appointed by the Faculty.
Page 20 - A distinctive feature of the method of instruction in this College is the union of clinical and didactic teaching. All the lectures are given within the Hospital grounds. During the Regular Winter Session, in addition to four didactic lectures on every week-day, except Saturday, two or three hours are daily allotted to clinical instruction. The...
Page 44 - September 9th, 1877, and continue until the opening of the regular Session. During this term, instruction, consisting of didactic lectures on special subjects, and daily clinical lectures, will be given, as heretofore, by the entire Faculty. Students designing to attend the Regular Session are strongly recommended to attend the Preliminary Term, but attendance during the latter is not required.
Page 20 - September 13, 1871, and continue until the opening of the Regular Session. During this term, instruction, consisting of didactic lectures on special subjects and daily clinical lectures, will be given, as heretofore, by the members of the Faculty. Students designing to attend the Regular Session are strongly recommended to attend the Preliminary Term, but attendance during the latter is not required.
Page 44 - In a series of Clinical Studies, by AUSTIN FLINT, MD, Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine and of Clinical Medicine in the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. 8vo, 16s.
Page 44 - Dislocations, and Clinical Surgery. ALEXANDER B. MOTT, MD, Professor of Clinical and Operative Surgery. WILLIAM T. LUSK, MD, Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children and Clinical Midwifery.
Page 20 - AUSTIN FLINT. MD. Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine. WH VAN BUREN. MD, Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery, Diseases of Genito-Urinary System, and Clinical Surgery.
Page 44 - FEES FOR THE REGULAR SESSION. Fees for Tickets to all the Lectures during the Preliminary and Regular Term, including Clinical Lectures...
Page 95 - Dr. THAYER, seconded by Dr. LAROCQUE, gave notice that he •would move, at the next meeting of the Association, " That application be made to the Local Governments to keep three or four heifers in a convenient place, for the purpose of supplying medical men with vaccine virus derived directly from the cow.
Page 34 - ... so that its administration by the mouth would be impossible, or in cases where the stomach would not tolerate it. V. While ergotin, a purified watery extract, has been advised by many, and has been found to act efficiently in many cases,. its action is liable to be uncertain by reason of age or faulty preparation, and after dilution with water it soon becomes inert. VI. Fluid extract of ergot may be administered...