Transactions of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia

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Page xlviii - Diseases of the Eye. By EDWARD JACKSON, AM, MD, Professor of Diseases of the Eye...
Page xix - Principles of Surgery and of Clinical Surgery in the Jefferson Medical College, and A.
Page 411 - It is the love of the people; it is their attachment to their government from the sense of the deep stake they have in such a glorious institution, which gives you your army and your navy, and infuses into both that liberal obedience, without which your army would be a base rabble, and your navy nothing but rotten timber.
Page xx - VIII. Rest, Mental Therapeutics, Suggestion. By Francis X. Dercum, MD, PH.D., Professor of Nervous and Mental Diseases in the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia ; Neurologist to the Philadelphia Hospital; Consulting Physician to the Asylum for the Chronic Insane at Wernersville ; Consulting Neurologist to the St.
Page xxvi - Annual Report of the Henry Phipps Institute for the Study, Treatment and Prevention of Tuberculosis.
Page 541 - A most certaine and true Relation of a strange Monster or Serpent, found in the left Ventricle of the Heart of John Pennant, Gentleman, of the Age of 21 Years.
Page xlvi - By AA Stevens, AM, MD, Professor of Pathology in the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania; Lecturer on Physical Diagnosis in the University of Pennsylvania; Physician to the Episcopal Hospital and to St. Agnes' Hospital; Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, etc.
Page 381 - open sesame' of our profession. When he is satisfied with the beautiful proportions of the interior, its vast and varied dimensions, the intricate and astounding action of its machinery, obeying laws of a singular stability, whose very conflict produces harmony under the government of secondary laws (if there be anything secondary in nature!) ; when he is satisfied (and such are not satisfied until informed) he...
Page 216 - ... given length, but not over 6 cm. (3 inches) in thickness, and place for two weeks in a brine composed of 1,000 parts of water, 250 parts of salt, 20 parts of sugar, and 2¿ parts of saltpeter. As a practical- test to determine whether the salting is thorough, and the parasites are dead, he suggests the use of a 1 per cent solution of nitrate of silver. If applied to the surface of lightly cured meat this solution will produce no change in the appearance; if the meat is fully cured, a momentary...
Page 168 - Without great precision in the control of intensity, it is obvious that reproducibility of result cannot be obtained and little significance can be attached to extent or shape of field, to order of ranking as to breadth of field or to any variations from time to time or from person to person in these important features.

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