International Clinics: A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures

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J.B. Lippincott., 1915 - Clinical medicine
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Page i - ... International Clinics. A Quarterly of Illustrated Clinical Lectures and Especially Prepared Articles on Medicine, Neurology, Surgery, Therapeutics, Obstetrics, Pediatrics, Pathology, Dermatology, Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat, and other Topics of Interest to Students and Practitioners, by leading Members of the Medical Profession throughout the World.
Page 222 - The Pleasure-Principle represents the primary original form of mental activity, and is characteristic of the earliest stages of human development, both in the Individual and the Race. It is, therefore, typically found in the mental life of the Infant, and to a less extent of the Savage.
Page 175 - Dieu garder et observer , ne autrement ne les pouvons « avoir pour nos propres affaires. Priant Dieu, Sire, etc., « Ce 29 novembre 1471.e (i) Villaret, t.
Page 62 - ... hours after observing it, to the city board of health, if the case shall have occurred in a city then having a city board of health, or if there be no city board of health, or if the case shall have occurred outside a city, to the county board of health within twenty-four hours after observation. And it shall be the duty of every physician to report each case of trachoma, so diagnosed by him as attending or examining physician, within five days after such diagnosis. And any physician, midwife,...
Page 154 - Columbian Magazine, vol. 5, p. 175. which were written and sung by Franklin himself. After the club was established in the house of Mr. Robert Grace, who was one of the members, Franklin suggested, in 1730, that as their books were often referred to in their discussions, it would be well for the sake of convenience to keep all their books where they met, and in this way give each the advantage of using the books of all the other members.
Page 54 - A person practices medicine within the meaning of this article, except as hereinafter stated, who holds himself out as being able to diagnose, treat, operate or prescribe for any human disease, pain, injury, deformity or physical condition...
Page 138 - At a special meeting of the Medical Association of the Greater City of New York, Dr.
Page 63 - ... failure or refusal on the part of a physician, midwife or nurse to make such report or to take the necessary precaution to prevent the spread of such diseases shall be a proper ground for the revocation of the right to practice, after due notice and hearing, as now provided by law for the revocation of certificates to practice medicine in this commonwealth." Statute, 2062 b-4. " 'Ophthalmia' defined. — That 'Ophthalmia in the newborn...
Page 39 - The muscles of the forehead, cheek, and jaw are thus manipulated until wrinkling of the forehead, and blinking of the eyelids disappears and muscular spasm is eliminated. Next a shoulder is relaxed, then an arm; each in turn must be passively moved until all traces of muscular tension vanish and the part lies motionless and flaccid, and falls limply from any unsupported position. Then the leg on the same side should be taken.
Page 175 - ... rendre, ainsi que selon les statuts de nostre Faculté faire se doit, lesquels nous avons tous jurez aux saintes Évangiles de Dieu, garder et observer, ne autrement ne le pourrions avoir pour nos prospres affaires.

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