The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half-yearly Journal Containing a Retrospective View of Every Discovery and Practical Improvement in the Medical Sciences ..., Volume 115
W. A. Townsend Publishing Company, 1897 - Medicine
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Page 335 - Injections are then made at a point half an inch to the inner side of the anterior superior spine of the ilium, the...
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Page 70 - The diagnosis of the purulent character of the effusion was only determinate by exploratory puncture. This should be done at the upper part of the left xiphoid fossa, close to the top of the angle between the seventh cartilage and the xiphoid cartilage.
Page 358 - My impressions regarding this drug are that it is absolutely harmless; that it shows marked power in causing the disappearance of the gonococcus: that it has peculiar power in allaying the inflammation of the disease, and I am strongly impressed by the degree of comfort that the patients possess even in the most acute stage.
Page 14 - This mode of treatment is especially useful in the case of robust, full-bodied men in active employment, to whom the loss of a day's work is a serious consideration. In sciatica, lumbago, and rheumatism affecting one joint the local application of a liniment containing half an ounce of salicylate of sodium, half a...