The American Practitioner, Volumes 33-34 (Google eBook)

Front Cover
1902 - Surgery
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p 84 osteopaths and Christian Scientists
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279 General Assembly rejects osteopathic legislation
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Contents

Saratoga Meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges 478
149
Surgical Treatment of Ascites Due to Hepatic CirrhosisEpiplopexy
156
Arsenic Poisoning
160
Sebaceous Cyst By Dr M F Coomes
175
Asepsis of the Digestive Tract By W J Leach M D 406
178
Differential Diagnosis of Smallpox and Chickenpox
199
Sarcoma of the Radius By Dr F W Samuel 470
200
BoroChloretone the New Surgical Dressing By Walter P Ellis M D
213
Thanks to the Legislature of Kentucky 279
232
C M D 15
234
Burroughs James A M D 378
240
Abortion of Gonorrheal Ophthalmia By Warwick M Cowgill M D
260
Kentucky School and Hospital Medical Society 18 88 175
265
Kentucky State Medical Society Fortyseventh Meeting of the 229
281
Cancer The Lymphatic Glands in
316
Maydls Operation for Extroversion of the Bladder
319
Simple Procedure for Increasing the Amount of Fat in Diluted and Sterilized Cows
320
McChord R C M D 422
332
New Treatment of Phthisis 159
345
Club Foot Radical Treatment of 106
347
Varicose Veins Results of Operation for 235
349
Skilltnan Dr H M Death of
355
Gonorrhea and Marriage
358
On the Prevention of Infectious Diseases By E J Kempf M D 361 401
361
Weidner Carl M D 166
369
Why Not Forestall Tuberculosis and Blot It from the Face of the Earth? By James
378
Snyder Earl R M D
381
Differentiation of Varicella and Variola By Ewing Marshall M D
388
Woody Samuel E M D 365
398
Softening of the Tibia
412
Notes on Venereal Disease By C C Mapes 127
417
Diphtheria Treatment of By J W Pearce M D 45
437
Enteroanastomosis 316
440

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