Scottish Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 22

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Scottish Medical and Surgical Journal, 1908 - Medicine
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Page 572 - The first in loftiness of thought surpass'd, The next in majesty, in both the last, The force of Nature could no further go ; To make a third, she join'd the former two. —DRYDEN.
Page 102 - Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, and Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. THE quarterly examinations of the above Board, held in Edinburgh, were concluded on
Page 5 - power is also given to make such arrangements as may be sanctioned by the Board of Education for attending to the health and physical condition of the children educated in public elementary schools.
Page 408 - in point of fact, if rightly administered, the new enactment is economical in the best sense of the word. Its justification is not to be measured in terms of money but in the decrease of sickness and incapacity among children, and in the ultimate decrease of inefficiency and poverty in after life arising
Page 295 - I hear some Fellow of the Society wittily remark. It is, gentlemen, and the evidence goes to show that, in this case at least, the cervix did not masquerade as lower uterine segment. While Bumm and Blumreich's paper, "Ein neuer Gefrierschnitt durch die Leiche einer in der Austreibungsperiode verstorbenen Kreissenden, und seine Bedeutung
Page 150 - and Northumberland branch of the National Association for the Prevention of Consumption and other forms of tuberculosis to
Page 4 - after their admission to a public elementary school, and on such other occasions as the Board of Education may direct; and
Page 556 - and it is the separation of the placenta at birth which allows the infection to take place through the umbilical vein. Hence the regularity of the secondary exanthematous stage from a fortnight to three months after birth. In these cases the separation of the placenta is the first stage, and corresponds to the
Page 447 - discouraged. Sour Milk.—In 1892 Rovighi, an Italian physician, drank daily a litre and a half of milk subjected to lactic acid and alcoholic fermentation. He found that in a few days the products of intestinal putrefaction in his urine were greatly reduced. In 1897
Page 513 - to report to the trustees from time to time their suggestions and to prepare and carry forward the proper arrangements for the instruction and graduation of medical students.

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