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Medical Electricity: A Practical Handbook for Students and Practitioners by ...
William Edward Steavenson
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Page 438 - Human Osteology. Comprising a Description of the Bones, with Colored Delineations of the Attachments of the Muscles. The General and Microscopical Structure of Bone and its Development. With Lithographic Plates and Numerous Illustrations.
Page 444 - Robinson. Latin Grammar of Pharmacy and Medicine. By HD Robinson, PH.D., Professor of Latin Language and Literature, University of Kansas, Lawrence. With an Introduction by LE Sayre, PH.G., Professor of Pharmacy in, and Dean of, the Dept. of Pharmacy, University of Kansas, 12mo.
Page 444 - Pereira's Physician's Prescription Book. Containing Lists of Terms, Phrases, Contractions and Abbreviations used in Prescriptions Explanatory Notes, Grammatical Construction of Prescriptions, etc., etc. By Professor Jonathan Pereira, MD Sixteenth Edition.
Page 434 - The object of this series is to furnish good manuals for the medical student, that will strike the medium between the compend on one hand and the prolix textbook on the other — to contain all that is necessary for the student, without embarrassing him with a flood of theory and involved statements. They have been prepared by well-known men, who have had large experience as teachers and writers, and who are, therefore, well informed as to the needs of the student. Their mechanical execution is of...
Page 446 - Use in the Quiz Class, and when Preparing for Examinations. Compiled in accordance with the latest teachings of prominent lecturers and the most popular Text-books. They form a most complete, practical and exhaustive set of manuals, containing information nowhere else collected in such a condensed, practical shape. Thoroughly up to the times in every respect, containing many new prescriptions and...
Page 439 - Edited by Louis Starr, MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children in the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania; Physician to the Children's Hospital, Philadelphia.
Page 435 - B'oston Medical and Surgical Journal. No. 3. OBSTETRICS. 227 Illustrations. A Manual of Midwifery. By ALFRED LEWIS GALABIN, MA, MD, Obstetric Physician and Lecturer on Midwifery and the Diseases of Women at Guy's Hospital, London; Examiner in Midwifery to the Conjoint Examining Board of England, etc. With 227 Illus. " This manual is one we can strongly recommend to all who desire to study the science as well as the practice of midwifery. Students at the present time not only are expected to know...
Page 446 - PART I. — Continued, Eruptive, and Periodical Fevers, Diseases of the Stomach, Intestines, Peritoneum, Biliary Passages, Liver, Kidneys, etc., and General Diseases, etc. PART II. — Diseases of the Respiratory System, Circulatory System, and Nervous System : Diseases of the Blood, etc.