Gaillard's Medical Journal, 34권


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380 페이지 - Any person shall be regarded as practicing medicine within the meaning of this act, who shall profess publicly to be a physician and to prescribe for the sick, or who shall append to his name the letters of "MD...
276 페이지 - Causes of deafness among school children and its influences on education, with remarks on the instruction of pupils with impaired hearing and on aural hygiene in the schools, by Samuel Sexton.
87 페이지 - That it shall be a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of five hundred dollars and dismissal from office, for any officer of the United States Government, Civil, Military, or Naval, to make discrimination in favor of or against any school of medical practice, or its legal diplomas, or its duly and legally graduated members, in the examination and appointment of candidates to medical service in any of the departments of the Government.
193 페이지 - ... shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction in any court having jurisdiction of misdemeanors...
275 페이지 - The Change of Life in Health and Disease. A Practical Treatise on the Diseases incidental to Women at the Decline of Life. By EDWARD JOHN TILT, MD Fourth London Edition.
387 페이지 - ... their own young, all this being done by the slaves ; their industry, they take no part in providing the daily supplies ; if the colony changes the situation of its nest, the masters are all carried by the slaves on their backs to the new one ; nay, they have even lost the habit of feeding.
430 페이지 - The surgeon, with his face directed towards the dislocated joint, stands on the inner side of the injured limb, with his trochanter pressed firmly against the femur ; bending the leg behind his back he grasps the ankle with the corresponding hand, and is in the position (Fig.
179 페이지 - It is said of the six hundred and twenty-three descendants of this outcast girl, two hundred committed crimes which brought them upon the court records, and most of the others were idiots, drunkards, lunatics, paupers or prostitutes.
557 페이지 - ... comparison with this, the enormous number of elementary signs with which the machinery of sight is provided. We may take the number of fibres in the optic nerves as two hundred and fifty thousand. Each of these is capable of innumerable different degrees of sensation of one, two, or three primary colours. It follows that it is possible to construct an immeasurably greater number of combinations here than with the few letters which build up our words. Nor must we forget the extremely rapid changes...
579 페이지 - In cases of valvular incompetency, if urgent dyspncea or cyanosis or stupor be present, it appears best to bleed freely from the arm, to about sixteen or twenty ounces, if necessary, and if possible once for all. 3. In cases of acute pericarditis and endocarditis the attack may possibly be cut short by freely cupping the cardiac region at once.

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