Medical Record, Volume 30

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George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman
W. Wood., 1886 - Medicine
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Page 174 - What these relations shall be is one of the most interesting, and, at the same time, one of the most difficult, of the many problems with which we, or our successors, must deal.
Page 278 - The Congress will consist of such members of the Regular Medical Profession as shall have registered and taken out their ticket of admission, and of such other Scientific men as the Executive Committee of the Congress shall deem it desirable to admit.
Page 281 - Seal of the Society of the Art and Mystery of Apothecaries of the City of London...
Page 131 - Trustee at the time of his death. He was also a member of the Medical Society of the County of New York, of the Academy of Medicine, and of the Pathological Society.
Page 211 - ... hard; count fifteen again; then raise the body again for the same length of time; and so on, alternately raising and lowering. The head, arms and legs are to be allowed to dangle down quite freely when the body is raised.
Page 76 - That arrow root is nutritious. It is simply starch and water, useful as a restorative, quickly prepared. 6. That cheese is injurious in all cases. It is, as a rule, contra-indicated, being usually indigestible ; but it is concentrated nutriment and a waste-repairer, and often craved. 7. That the cravings of a patient are whims and should .be denied. The stomach often needs, craves for, and digests articles not laid down in any dietary. Such are, for example, fruit, pickles, jam, cake, ham, or bacon...
Page 19 - That there shall be members and honorary members. The number of members shall be limited to one hundred. Physicians of sufficient eminence to merit the distinction may, to a number not exceeding twenty-five, be elected honorary members, and as such shall be entitled to attend all meetings and take part in the proceedings, but not to vote upon business questions.
Page 278 - Committee a general ticket of admission, fee one dollar ; but such persons cannot take part in the proceedings. All communications and questions relating to the special business of any section, must be addressed to the president or one of the secretaries of that section. As many details of the Congress and numerous appointments of officers are yet to be completed, other circulars will be issued from time to time, as circumstances may demand.
Page 102 - Trephining of the mastoid process has been recommended by some authorities. Dr. Sexton took up a consideration of the indications which have been regarded as calling for the application of the trephine and held that they were insufficient. From his experience, he was led to believe that drainage could be best maintained through the natural channel. The speaker also described A NKW OPERATION FOR THE RADICAL CURE OF CHRONIC PUKULENT INFLAMMATION OF THE MIDDLE EAR TRACT.
Page 7 - Evil results in the offspring of consanguineous marriages, prove that something was wrong. That it was the consanguinity has not been proven. It may have been one of a hundred things and dependent on all of the antecedents for generations. Such results remaining absent after these marriages proves, for that case at least, that consanguinity was harmless, for it was known to be present. Further, if consanguinity was the cause, the effect should follow where the cause is present. 10. Consanguineous...

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