The Medical Critic and Guide, Volumes 3-4

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Critic and Guide Company, 1904 - Medicine

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Page 132 - But the mens sana in corpore sano (a healthy mind in a healthy body), is the desideratum.
Page 49 - The very outcast of the streets has pity upon her sister in degradation, when the seal of promised maternity is impressed upon her. The remorseless vengeance of the law brought down upon its...
Page 164 - THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE — A Text-Book for Practitioners and Students with Special Reference to Diagnosis and Treatment. By James Tyson, MD, Professor of Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania and Physician to the Hospital of the University...
Page 134 - An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure" is an old truth, and exceedingly well appliable to sheep husbandry.
Page 190 - ... disturbances, the remedy which unbiased observers assert affords the most rational means of treatment, the remedy which bears with distinction the most exacting comparisons, the remedy which occupies the most exalted position in the esteem of discriminating therapeutists is GLYCO-HEROIN (Smith) GLYCO-HEROIN (Smith) is conspicuously valuable in the treatment of Pneumonia, Phthisis, and Chronic Affections of the Lungs, for the reason that it is more prompt and decided in effect than either codeine...
Page 59 - My duties to the Sultan are very heavy. I am obliged to visit him every day, early in the morning; and when he or any of his children, or any of the inmates of his harem, are indisposed, I dare not quit Kahira, but must stay during the greater part of the day in the palace.
Page 123 - Things cannot always go your way. Learn to accept in silence the minor aggravations, cultivate the gift of taciturnity and consume your own smoke with an extra draught of hard work, so that those about you may not be annoyed with the dust and soot of your complaints.
Page 49 - The woman about to become a mother, or with her new-born infant upon her bosom, should be the object of trembling care and sympathy wherever she bears her tender burden, or stretches her aching limbs.
Page 163 - A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON NERVOUS DISEASES. — For the Medical Student and General Practitioner. By F. Savary Pearce. MD, Professor of Nervous and Mental Diseases in the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia; Neurologist to the Philadelphia and Howard Hospitals.
Page 59 - I dismount from my animal, wash my hands, go forth to my patients, and entreat them to bear with me while I partake of some...

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