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Page 294 - Yellow Fever, considered in its Historical, Pathological, Etiological, and Therapeutical Relations. Including a Sketch of the Disease as it has occurred in Philadelphia from 1699 to 1854. With an Examination of the Connections between it and the Fevers known under the same name in other parts of Temperate,
Page 482 - heartless world, the husband of her bosom then knows how to appreciate the depths of her love, and the sincerity of her vows. ' There, drink my tears while yet they fall, Would that my bosom's blood were balm, And well thou knowest I'd shed it all To give thy brow one minute's
Page 289 - Yellow Fever, considered in its Historical, Pathological, Etiological, and Therapeutical Relations. Including a Sketch of the Disease as it has occurred in Philadelphia from 1699 to 1854. With an Examination of the Connection between it and the Fevers known under the same name in other parts of Temperate, as well as in Tropical Regions. By R. LA ROCHE, MD, Member of the American
Page 479 - Clinical Lectures on the Diseases of Women and Children. By GUNNING S. BEDFORD, AM, MD, Professor of Obstetrics, the Diseases of Women and Children, and Clinical Midwifery, in the University of New York.
Page 289 - Clinical Lectures on the Diseases of Women and Children. By GUNNING S. BEDFORD, MD, Professor of Obstetrics, the Diseases of Women and Children, and Clinical Midwifery in the University of New York. New York:
Page 485 - Dictionary of Terms used in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences. By RICHARD D. HOBLTN, AM Oxon. A new American, from the last London edition. Revised, with numerous additions, by ISAAC HAYS, MI)., Editor of the American Journal of the Medical
Page 95 - ., a region extending from the anterior limit of the preceding, to within two inches and a half of the external meatus, and measuring, therefore, about two and a half to three inches in length. " III. Strictures occurring at the external orifice and within a distance of two inches and a half of it.
Page 564 - of Lectures, free to all Students, will be given by the Professors, commencing also on the first Monday of October. A Clinique has been established, in connection with the University, at which operations are performed and cases prescribed for and lectured upon in presence of the Class. Amount of fees for lectures in the University is . . $105
Page 153 - 1. That there is no surgical operation at present known, which can be relied on, with confidence, to produce in all instances, or even in a large proportion of cases, a radical cure of reducible hernia." " 2. That they regard the operation of injection by the subcutaneous method as the safest and
Page 156 - of the uterine cavity. The body is thus made to assume its original bent position, the points of contact with the uterus are loosened, and perhaps diminished, and the force of adhesion is in a good degree overcome. Without any direct action upon the head it gradually approaches the superior