Bulletin of the Woman's Hospital, Volume 1, Issue 5

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Woman's Hospital, 1915
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Page 20 - The abdomen was opened in the median line below the umbilicus, and upon incising the peritoneum a quantity of bloody serum escaped.
Page 7 - Board of Health offers its most sincere thanks. In New York the Woman's Hospital, situated at Cathedral Parkway and One Hundred and Tenth Street, has commenced issuing a bulletin for free distribution among those who are interested in gynecology. The scientific articles are contributed by the surgical staff connected with the hospital and based on work done in the hospital and laboratory. This laboratory is finely equipt and a salaried pathologist is employed who gives his entire time to the work;...
Page 7 - ... a bulletin for free distribution among those who are interested in gynecology. The scientific articles are contributed by the surgical staff connected with the hospital and based on work done in the hospital and laboratory. This laboratory is finely equipt and a salaried pathologist is employed who gives his entire time to the work; opportunity is afforded for the investigation of the most intricate problems. Dr. J. Riddle Gofte is the managing editor of the new publication, which will appear...

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