A Guide to American Medical Students in Europe

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William Wood, 1883 - Medicine - 151 pages
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Page 1 - ... education, or to pursue some special branch of medicine or surgery. The author also hopes it may be of some interest to medical men in this country who wish to know how medicine is taught in Europe. He says, " In our large cities, and especially in New York, there are certain clinics and opportunities for study which are probably unsurpassed in the world ; but there is, undoubtedly, no place where a student can attend so many excellent clinics with so little loss of time, or where he can so well...
Page 140 - Full Programme of Entertainments throughout the year. Illustrated Guide, Accommodation List and all information from Inquiry Department, The Pump Room, Bath. HOSPITAL for EPILEPSY and PARALYSIS and other Diseases of the Nervous System, IV1AIDA VALE, LONDON, W.
Page 140 - West End Hospital for Diseases of the Nervous System, Paralysis, and Epilepsy, Welbeck Street, W.
Page 6 - It cannot be true, therefore, as a matter of fact, that to pass from one car to another, while the train is in motion at the usual rate of speed is so necessarily dangerous that it may not be justified under any circumstances...
Page 138 - Infirmary for consumption and diseases of the chest and throat, 26 Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, W.
Page 142 - HOSPITAL, for the Cure of Club<foot, Lateral Curvature of the Spine, and all other Contractions and Deformities, No.
Page 145 - SAMARITAN FREE HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Lower Seymour Street, Portman Square, W. Branch.— i, DORSET STREET, MANCHESTER SQUARE.
Page 139 - National Hospital, for diseases of the heart and paralysis, 32 Soho Square, W.

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