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Page 53 - Manila Itch," because the vesicles are not umblllcated and are not found on the palms of the hands or soles of the feet. All reports of chlckenpox occurring In adults should be Investigated. Rule 3. Precautions to be Observed by the Physician. The physician having charge of a case of smallpox, or a case suspected of being smallpox, shall take such precautions as may be necessary to avoid the contamination of his hands...
Page 250 - Carbohydrates. — A group of substances composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen, in which hydrogen and oxygen are in the same proportions as in water. These substances are cellulose, opium, starch, and sugar. The amyloids or starches. Carbon. — An element that occurs in three forms, as coal, as diamond, and as graphite, or so called black lead.
Page 11 - The bulky part on the inside of the hand, at the base of the thumb, is muscle, and looks fibrous.
Page 4 - ... suggestions for object work. All the cuts illustrating the text, except otherwise marked, were made especially for this book by Sarah P. Monks. In the critical revision of the proof sheets the Board of Education has been fortunate in having the assistance of Miss Lucy M. Washburn, teacher of Physiology in the State Normal School at San Jose; Mrs. Julia B. Hoitt, Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction; Dr. JW Hunt, Los Angeles, California; Dr. AC Avery, San Jose, California; Mr.