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Page 344 - MEDICAL ELECTRICITY. A Practical Treatise on the Applications of Electricity to Medicine and Surgery. By ROBERTS BARTHOLOW, AM, MD, LL. D., Professor of Materia Medica and General Therapeutics in the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, etc.
Page iv - ... processes, marking the course of the ambulacra, is a circumstance that we should naturally expect, the anomaly consists in this condition being so generally reversed, — a hollow taking the place of a projection. Every collector of fossils has probably noticed the difference in the two conditions, but I am not aware that any attempt has yet been made to explain how the difference originates. The secret of the matter is simply this : — In the case of the true casts, the silex has not only...
Page 284 - IN PARVO REFERENCE AND DOSE BOOK. By C. Henri Leonard, MA, MD, Professor of the Medical and Surgical Diseases of Women, Detroit College of Medicine.
Page 398 - A CLINICAL HANDBOOK ON THE DISEASES OF WOMEN. By W. Symington Brown, MD, member of the Gynecological Society of Boston, etc.
Page 690 - A candidate who has passed the primary examination for the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of England...
Page 540 - MD, Lecturer on Midwifery and Diseases of Women, School of Medicine, Edinburgh, etc. With Preface by Alexander JC Skene, MD, Professor of the Medical and Surgical Diseases of Women, Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn.
Page 642 - August he was seized on by a common tertian ague, from which, he believed, a little ease and divertisement at Hampton Court would have freed him. But the fits grew stronger, and his spirits much abated: so that he returned again to Whitehall, when his physicians began to think him in danger, though the preachers, who prayed always about him, and told God Almighty what great things he had done for him, and how much more need he had still of his service, declared as from God that he should recover:...
Page 49 - 82), has begun practice at Bancroft, Michigan. Robt. C. Blair, MD (McGill, 1865), has moved from Chicoutimi to Three Rivers. Dr. John Chiene has been appointed to the Chair of Surgery in the University of Edinburgh, in the place of the late Prof.