Clinical Treatises on the Symptomatology and Diagnosis of Disorders of Respiration and Circulation, Part 1

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Page 5 - Practice of Medicine. Authorized English translation. By Andrew MacFarlane, MD, professor of Medical Jurisprudence and Physical Diagnosis, Albany Medical College; attending physician to St. Peter's and Child's Hospital and Albany Hospital tor Incurables. Part I, " Dyspno2a and Cyanosis " ; Part II, " Dyspnoea and Cyanosis in Disorders of the Circulation.
Page 207 - Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital; Fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine ; Member of the American Academy of Medicine; Member of the New York Neurological Society: Formerly Electro-Therapeutist to the Woman's...
Page 206 - LECTURES TO GENERAL PRACTITIONERS ON THE DISEASES OF THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES, as well as the Allied and Resultant Conditions. With Modern Methods of Diagnosis and Treatment. By Boardman Reed, MD, Philadelphia, Pa., Professor of Diseases of the Gastrointestinal Tract, Hygiene and Climatology, in the Department of Medicine of Temple College, Philadelphia, etc.
Page 8 - Neusser, with his rare diagnostic instinct and his almost uncanny memory of clinical facts and their co-relation to pathological findings, typifies in the strict sense the modern master clinician. These lectures are the resultant of an almost limitless clinical material and of a scientific acumen which does not overlook any fact no matter how seemingly trivial and unimportant.
Page 208 - ... work rewritten by Dr. Rockwell, and issued from an entirely new set of plates. To keep abreast of the marvelous progress in this department of Medicine, a New Edition is again offered to the profession. The Roentgen X-Ray in its relation to Diagnosis and Therapeutics has been entirely rewritten. Other additions include the subject of the Actinic Rays of light (Finsen's), High Frequency Currents and Vibratory Therapeutics. In the body of the book much that has served its purpose has been discarded...
Page 206 - DISEASES OF THE Stomach and Intestines As well as the Allied and Resultant Conditions, with Modern Methods of Diagnosis and Treatment By BOARDMAN REED, MD THE AUTHOR has had large experience in this special field of medicine, supplemented by knowledge acquired during twenty years spent in a busy general practice among chronic invalids in Atlantic City, postgraduate work both in this country and abroad, and teaching in this special department, and is eminently qualified for the task he has so successfully...
Page 7 - This present series of monographs accentuates the value of the study of symptoms as observed at the bedside of the patient, and reproduces the marvellous clinical pictures of Trousseau.
Page 4 - By Prof. Dr. Carl von Noorden, Professor of the First Medical Clinic, Vienna.
Page 7 - ... of 12.3 per ten thousand. Chart III., shows the death rates from pulmonary tuberculosis for the last thirty two years. It will be seen that while during that period there has been a fall in the death rate of about forty-five per cent., there has been little change in the last three years. Following Koch's discovery of the tubercle bacillus in 1881, and the application of the knowledge gained thereby, there was in the next few years a considerable reduction in the death rate, which has been lowered...
Page 208 - Electricity," byBeard and Rockwell, of which eight successive editions were Issued. In 1896 the stereotype plates were destroyed and the work rewritten by Dr. Rockwell, and issued from an entirely new set of plates. To keep abreast of the marvelous progress in this department of Medicine, a New Edition Is again offered to the profession. The Roentgen X-Ray in its relation to Diagnosis and Therapeutics has been entirely rewritten. Other additions include the subject of the Actinic Rays of light (Finsen's),...

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