Buffalo Medical Journal, Volume 25

Front Cover
1870 - Medicine
0 Reviews

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 440 - Obstetric Operations, Including the Treatment of Hemorrhage. By Robert Barnes, MD, Lond., FRCP, Obstetric Physician to, and Lecturer on Midwifery and the Diseases of Women and Children at St. Thomas' Hospital, etc. With additions by Benj. F. Dawson, MD,
Page 11 - who plan great inventions and understand all the machinery of man's devising, know nothing of the most wonderful machine of all—the human body. If these things be done in the green tree, what shall be done in the dry ? If
Page 12 - things be done in the green tree, what shall be done in the dry ? If our teachers, and the teachers of our teachers, know little or nothing of themselves, what shall we say of the great masses of the people
Page 200 - Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Children. By Alfred Vogel, MD. Professor of Clinical Medicine in the University of Dorpat, Russia. Translated and edited by H. Raphael, MD From the Fourth German Edition.
Page 318 - in the lowest plants, as in the lowest animals, a single mass of such protoplasm may constitute the whole plant, or the protoplasm may exist without a nucleus. Under these circumstances it may well be asked, how is one mass of
Page 318 - The only reply is that, so far as form is concerned, plants and animals are not separable, and that, in many cases, it is a mere matter of convention, whether" we call a given organism an animal or a plant.
Page 200 - The History of Nine Cases of Ovariotomy. By T. Gaillard Thomas, MD, Professor of Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women and Children, in the College of Physicians and Surgeons,
Page 386 - A protest against the adoption of Dr. Pinkney's report of the medical corps of the navy was submitted, and after some debate was laid on the table, and the whole subject referred to a committee of three, to report at the next meeting of the association.
Page 34 - and distinctly, to each and every American Physician, Medical Publisher, and Editor, to deposit copies of their works in this repository, where they will be carefully kept for reference and catalogued with the name of the donor. We, the undersigned, members of the American Medical Association, having been selected to carry into
Page 391 - with the decision of the question of the reception of the Washington delegates, and inasmuch as charges have been made in open session to-day distinctly attaching the stigma of dishonor to parties implicated, which charges have not been even denied by them, though present; therefore.

Bibliographic information