Maryland Medical Journal, Volume 30

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Medical Journal Company, 1894

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Page 235 - A Practical Treatise on Diseases of the Skin. For the use of Students and Practitioners.
Page 43 - July 14, 1905, provided that an Essay deemed by the Committee of Award to be worthy of the Prize shall have been offered. Essays intended for competition may be upon any subject in Medicine, but...
Page 286 - American citizenship, the name of the medical college from which they were graduated, and a record of service in hospital, if any, from the authorities thereof. The application should be accompanied by certificates based on personal acquaintance from at least two reputable persons as to his citizenship, character and habits. The candidate must be between 22 and 29 years of age, and a graduate from a regular medical college, as evidence of which his diploma must be submitted to the board.
Page 306 - School, and was graduated from the medical department of the University of Pennsylvania in 1862.
Page 132 - Each essay must be accompanied by a sealed envelope containing the name and address of the author and bearing on the outside the motto or device which is inscribed upon the essay.
Page 256 - A DICTIONARY OF MEDICAL SCIENCE. Containing a full Explanation of the Various Subjects and Terms of Anatomy, Physiology, Medical Chemistry, Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Therapeutics, Medicine, Hygiene, Dietetics, Pathology, Surgery, Ophthalmology, Otology, Laryngology, Dermatology, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Pediatrics, Medical Jurisprudence, Dentistry, etc., etc. By ROBLEY DUNGLISON, MD, LL.D., late Professor of Institutes of Medicine in the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia.
Page 220 - AMERICAN MEDICAL PUBLISHERS' ASSOCIATION. — The first, annual meeting of this Association was held in the Grand Hotel, Cincinnati, on Monday, December 4, 1893, and steps were taken in the direction of active, routine work. The by-laws and rules were revised and amended, while the name was modified in accordance with a demand from medical publishers of a general nature who desired to become members of the Association.
Page 285 - January 8, 1894, it was unanimously resolved to institute a compulsory four years' course with the session of 1895-96. This step was taken in order that the large clinical service of the Jefferson College Hospital (350 cases a day) might be utilized to the fullest extent in carrying out the desire of the faculty to provide advanced medical education of a practical character.
Page 480 - Never forget that early openings are imperative in abscesses situated: 1. In the neighborhood of joints. 2. In the abdominal wall. 3. In the neck, under the deep fascia. 4. In the palm of the hand. 5. Beneath periosteum. 6. About the rectum, prostate and urethra. To wait for abscesses to "point" or to "burst" in these situations is culpable as well as cowardly.
Page 256 - Institutes of Medicine in the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia. Edited by RICHARD J. DUNGLISON, AM, MD Twenty-first edition, thoroughly revised and greatly enlarged and improved, with the Pronunciation, Accentuation and Derivation of the Terms. With Appendix.

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