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Page 513 - Are not Abana and Pharpar, rivers of Damascus, better than all the waters of Israel? May I not wash in them, and be clean?
Page 237 - ... with proper antiseptic precautions, and immediately followed by the application of an astringent or caustic antiseptic solution. The use of the curette is indicated for the treatment of muco-purulent discharges, especially in connection with chronic catarrhal inflammation of the glandular system of the cervical mucous membrane. The operation is simple, and usually painless, and may be done with almost absolute safety. Sepsis is not an infrequent concomitant of such conditions as have been under...
Page 259 - Hospitals, etc. — By FRANKLIN H. MARTIN, MD, Professor of Gynecology, Post-Graduate Medical School of Chicago ; Gynecologist Chicago Charity Hospital ; Chairman Section of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women of the American Medical Association (1895), etc.
Page 203 - Corns vary in size from that of a pea to that of a large chestnut, and commonly are described as "hard
Page 539 - Medical students and other persons, ladies and gentlemen who are not physicians, but who take a special interest in the work of a particular sitting, may be invited by the president or be allowed to attend the sitting by special permission.
Page 125 - Ingluvin, and directly afterward, two tablespoonfuls of one per cent hydrochloric acid solution. An improvement was observed after a few doses had been taken, and a cure effected after the treatment had been continued for three weeks.
Page 279 - Congress will be opened on the 4th and closed on the 9th day of August, 1890. " Detailed information as to the order of proceedings will be issued after the meeting of the delegates of the German Medical Faculties and Medical Societies at Heidelberg on the 1 7th of September in the current year.
Page 241 - He declares that in several cases of sterile marriages under his own observation the unfortunate wife had been sent from physician to physician or from hospital to hospital, and her cervix divided or her endometrium scraped, until a glance at the microscope proved that nothing was wanting to ensure the blessing of children excepting spermatozoa.
Page 408 - ... infancy, when force of habit becomes second nature ; or follows a paralysis of the sphincter muscle. The disease I allude to is the gradual contraction of the walls of the bladder, due to a hypertrophy of the muscular coat, and the consequent reduction of its holding capacity to little or nothing. It has been my fortune to see quite a number of these cases, both in children and adults, and I have had the satisfaction of curing all but two of my cases completely, and that with no other aid than...