Medical Record, Volume 40

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George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman
W. Wood., 1891 - Medicine
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Page 192 - HAMMOND, MD, Professor of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System in the New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital, etc. With 118 Illustrations. NINTH EDITION, WITH CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS. 8vo. 932 pages. Cloth, $5.00; sheep, $6.00. "Dr. Hammond's treatise on the diseases of the nervous system...
Page 192 - By Hobart Amory Hare, MD, Professor of Therapeutics and Materia Medica in the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia.
Page 126 - That the superintendent or officer in charge of each institution for the care and treatment of the insane...
Page 160 - March 15, 1894, for the necessary invitation, giving the date and place of birth, the place and State of permanent residence, the fact of American citizenship, the name of the medical college from which they were graduated, and a record of service in hospital, if any, from the authorities thereof. The application should be accompanied by certificates, based on personal acquaintance, from at least two reputable persons, as to his citizenship, character and habits.
Page 216 - ... legally qualified practitioner of medicine of the city, town, or district in which the parents of the infant reside.
Page 132 - September 24, 25 and 26, 1891, under the Presidency of -Dr. G. Betton Massey. Physicians interested in the discussion of electricity in medicine are invited to attend without further notice.
Page 192 - HARE, MD, Professor of Therapeutics and Materia Medica in the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia ; Physician to St. Agnes...
Page 256 - A piece of old, soft thin cotton or silk, or oiled silk, about six inches square, (a piece of an old handkerchief will answer) is taken, and, by means of a probe, metal thermometer case, or penholder...
Page 114 - Missouri, will report to the Commanding General, Department of the Missouri, for assignment to duty as Attending Surgeon, Headquarters Department of the Missouri, and Examiner of Recruits at Chicago, 111.
Page 16 - DANGERS OF SULPHONAL. Although sulphonal is probably one of the safest, as it is one of the most efficacious, among the hypnotics recently introduced, the series of cases published by BRESSLAUER, of Vienna, show clearly that it has certain dangers. The degree of peril is difficult to estimate, as the patients were lunatics, and were also apparently feeble ; but the fact is significant that out of seventy-seven patients...

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