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Page 162 - A SYSTEM of SURGERY, Theoretical and Practical. In Treatises by Various Authors.
Page 283 - A Treatise on Human Physiology : designed for the use of Students and Practitioners of Medicine. By JOHN C. DALTON, MD, Professor of Physiology and Hygiene in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York.
Page 95 - For the corruptible body presseth down the soul, and the earthy tabernacle weigheth down the mind that museth upon many things.
Page 145 - Laennec to the treatise the title of which stands at the head of this article, we are...
Page 370 - A COURSE OF PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY, FOR THE USE OF MEDICAL STUDENTS. Arranged with express reference to the Three Months
Page 46 - ... broke out anew. He was taken into St. George's Hospital affected with a number of pocky sores; and before I put him under a mercurial course I made the following experiment: I took some matter from one of the sores upon the point of a lancet, and made three small wounds upon the back, where the skin was smooth and sound, deep enough to draw blood. I made a wound similar to the other three, with a clean lancet, the four wounds making a quadrangle; but all the wounds healed up, and none of them...
Page 107 - Boecker noticed the alterations undergone by the blood of habitual alcohol drinkers as yet in good health — namely, a partial loss of power to become red by exposure to the air, in consequence of the loss of vitality in a portion of the blooddiscs.
Page 386 - ... their natural position the parts which were abnormally displaced and contracted together, so rectifying them with your hands, and with the bandaging in like manner, as to bring them into their position not by force, but gently, and the bandages are to be stitched so as to suit the position in which the limb is...