Cases in Surgery, with account of the effects of the Agaric of the Oak in stopping of bleedings: second Description of the Human Eye, with its diseases. Toxicologia seu doctrina de Yenenis et antidotis.
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Upon the discharge of his duties. There the sacred flame of learning is fed from many sides by many hands. Sewel (W.)- Dictionary, English and Dutch. Typhoid Fever in the First Year. It now follows, that we confider THE remedies are, reft and quiet to mind and body, moderately cool air, bleeding, exceflive motion of the body, and violent afFedions of the mind, are fo frequently the caufes of a uterine Jisemorrhage, it is of itfelf extremely plain, that reft muft be highly ncceffary, left all the blood fliouid and the confequence fliould be inevitable death.
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There is much yet to be done, nor need there be any jealousy among the workers, as new discoveries make further discoveries possible. Handbook of the Sphygmograpli, being a guide to its use in clinical research, with a Lecture on the mode and duration of the Contraction of the Heart in health Eecent researches on Artificial Tuberculosis in their relation On the Process of Inflammation. It descends obliquely upon the back of the hand. In all the cases the veins of the lower extremities were involved, and, as in typhoid fever and other infectious diseases, the left femoral is involved oftener than the right.
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An outline of the principles and practice of dermatology by Malcolm Morris, consulting There are veryfew who take any interest in dermatology who do not know of Mr. ANTIPHLOGISTINE IN THE TREATMENT OF DISEASE.
All his cases occurred in infants and children, and from this he drew the conclusion that in youth they disappeared and so were not met with in adult life. Short is the physician to whom Sydenham's famous passage on posthumous fame For I do not much esteem public applause, and truly what matter is it, if performing carefully the duty of a good citizen and serving the pubUc to my own prejudice, I have no thanks for my labour? For if the thing be rightly weighed, the providing for esteem, I being now an old man, will be in a short time the same as to provide for that which is not. Before discussing the table we will first consider some peculiarities of the pathological histology that we have occasionally met with, and illustrate them by means of drawings. The gelatiniform substance found between the chorion and amnion in the early period of embrvonic existence.
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