The Hot Springs Medical Journal, Volume 9, Issue 10

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Page 275 - The diagnosis of disease is the most difficult, and at the same time the most important, function of the physician.
Page 310 - Progressive Medicine: A Quarterly Digest of Advances, Discoveries and Improvements in the Medical and Surgical Sciences. Edited by Hobart...
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Page 310 - English Edition. Revised and enlarged by H. Montague Murray, MD, FRCP, Lecturer on Pathology and Morbid Anatomy at Charing Cross Hospital; Revised for America by Walton Martin, Ph.
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Page 286 - In epidemic bronchitis codeine is a valuable remedy for the relief of the harassing pain of the cough, and when combined with one of the coal-tar antipyretics the analgesic effects become more pronounced. It is a favorite drug in the cough of phthisis and chronic bronchitis, and its sedative influence is highly satisfactory, clinical data having shown it to be the best succedaneum for opium. Another advantage of codeine over morphine...

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