American Medical Times, Volume 3

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Page 297 - THE PATHOLOGY AND TREATMENT OF VENEREAL DISEASES. Including the results of recent investigations upon the subject.
Page 96 - Virginia as shall be willing to engage in the service of the United States for the term of three years...
Page 108 - ... shall be issued in the same ration in the proportions now provided by the regulation, and one pound of potatoes per man shall be issued at least three times a week, if practicable; and when these articles cannot be issued in these proportions, an equivalent in value shall be issued in some other proper food...
Page 200 - March. Four lectures are delivered daily. Previous to each lecture, the students are carefully examined upon the subject of the preceding lecture. The total number of lectures in the term will thus be between six and seven hundred. In addition to this, the class is divided into sections, for examination of various tissues of the body by means of microscopes ; .so that each student has repeated opportunities for becoming familiar with the minute structure of parts, and also the practical working of...
Page 44 - the allowance of hospital attendants in the field will be, for one company, one steward, one nurse, and one cook; for each additional company, one nurse; and for commands of over five companies, one additional cook.
Page 55 - In whatever form it may be employed, a portion of the active principles of the tobacco, mixed with the saliva, invariably finds its way into the stomach, and disturbs or impairs the functions of that organ. Hence, most, if not all of those who are accustomed to the use of tobacco, labor under dyspeptic symptoms.
Page 87 - It is the whole experiment on a colossal scale. In all other examples the last step has been wanting to complete the solution of the problem. We had in the first seven months of the Crimean campaign a mortality among the troops at the rate of...
Page 197 - For graduation: 1, the candidate for the degree of Doctor of Medicine must have attained the age of twenty-one years, and sustain a good moral character.
Page 200 - To be admitted to the Degree of "Doctor of Medicine/' the student must exhibit evidence of having pursued the study of Medicine and Surgery for the term of three years, with some respectable Practitioner of Medicine (including lecture terms) ; must have attended two full courses of lectures, the last of which must have been in...
Page 245 - Lectures on the Diseases of Women and Children. By Dr. GS Bedford. 4th Edition. 8vo. 18s. The Principles and Practice of Obstetrics.

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