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Page 616 - A MANUAL OF ORGANIC MATERIA MEDICA. Being a Guide to Materia Medica of the Vegetable and Animal Kingdoms. For the use of Students, Druggists, Pharmacists and Physicians.
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Page 229 - All the buildings will be absolutely fireproof and provided with patent sprinklers in case their contents catch fire. By the erection of three commodious buildings, the laboratories where delicate work with the microscope or apparatus is carried on, will be separated from the college hall where didactic lectures are given, and so will be free from any jarring produced by the movement of large classes.
Page 292 - Gynecology in the Medico-Chirurgical College. They also established the following Clinical Professorships, electing Dr. FX Dercum, Professor of Nervous Diseases; Dr. EE Graham, Professor of Children's Diseases; Dr. H. Augustus Wilson, Professor of Orthopedic Surgery; Dr.
Page 172 - Whitla's Dictionary of Treatment A Dictionary of Treatment ; or Therapeutic Index, including Medical and Surgical Therapeutics. By WILLIAM WHITLA, MD, Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics in the Queen's College, Belfast. Revised and adapted to the United States Pharmacopoeia. In one square, octavo vol.
Page 229 - JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE OF PHILADELPHIA. — The Board of Trustees and the Faculty of the Jefferson Medical College have just completed the purchase of two large lots on Broad street, giving them a frontage of about 300...
Page 577 - Bright's disease, putrefactive processes in the intestinal canal, etc., might give rise to melancholia and other disorders oi the mental functions. It is not irrational to suppose likewise that diseases of the female sexual apparatus would have a not inconsiderable influence in the production or perpetuation of mental disorders. As a contribution to the knowledge of the subject the...
Page 628 - Figs. 3 and 4, are riveted to a shank, D, and thus is formed that part of the brace which applies the two points of counter-pressure, while, on the other hand, the point of pressure is brought into action by a third disk, or shield, A, which is drawn tightly against the outer side of the foot and ankle, and held in place by a strip of adhesive plaster, E, which includes the limb and the piece which connects the two disks, Б and C.