Kansas Medical Journal: Topeka, Volume 5

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Page 380 - ... the Specialist, to bring the General Practitioner into direct communication with those who are advancing the Science of Medicine, so he may be furnished with all that is worthy of preservation, as reliable aids in his daily work. Illustrations in black and colors will be consistently used wherever helpful in elucidating the text. Altogether it makes a most useful, if not absolutely indispensable investment for the medical practitioner.
Page 162 - Professor of Practice of Surgery in Rush Medical College; Professor of Surgery in the Chicago Polyclinic; Attending Surgeon Presbyterian Hospital; Surgeon- in-Chief St.
Page 197 - And the eye cannot say unto the hand, I have no need of thee: nor again the head to the feet, I have no need of you.
Page 259 - Its course corresponds to a line drawn from a point midway between the anterior superior spine of the ilium and the symphysis pubis, to the inner side of the inner condyle of the femur.
Page 122 - As you are noble (howe'er common men Make sordid wealth the object and sole end Of their industrious aims...
Page 143 - As for his days, he wasteth one-third of them, and as for his teeth, he has convalsi9ns when he cuts them, and as the last one comes through, lo, the dentist is twisting the first one out, and the last end of that man's jaw is worse than the first, being full of porcelain and a roof-plate built to hold blackberry seeds.
Page 239 - PHYSIC fills the space, and far around, Pile above pile, her learned works abound : Glorious their aim — to ease the labouring heart ; To war with death, and stop his flying dart; To trace the source whence the fierce contest grew, And life's short lease on easier terms renew ; To calm the frenzy of the burning brain ; To heal the tortures of imploring pain ; Or, when more powerful ills all efforts brave, To ease the victim no device can save, And smooth the stormy passage to the grave.
Page 126 - This unique assemblage promises to be one of the most important events that has occurred in the history of medicine in the Americas. Its success is assured by the large number of valuable papers already promised. The Section on General Medicine, which is one of the most important that has been created, bids fair to be one of the most successful in the entire congress; and already many valuable contributions are in process of preparation, and will be read at the meeting in September. It is hoped,...
Page 126 - Congress ; and already many valuable contributions are in process of preparation, and will be read at the meeting in September. It is hoped, with the hearty co-operation of all physicians living not only in North, but also in South and Central America, that the work in this Section will be memorable ; and each physician living on this continent is requested to join this most important Section, and to prepare a contribution to be read before that body. It is especially requested that those intending...
Page 197 - God hath tempered the body together, having given more abundant honor to that part which lacked : that there should be no schism in the body ; but that the members should have the same care one for another. And whether one member suffer, all the members suffer with it ; or one member be honored, all the members rejoice with it.

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