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Page 178 - Or like the sun, or like the shade, Or like the gourd which Jonas had — Even such is man, whose thread is spun, Drawn out, and cut, and so is done. The rose withers, the blossom blasteth, The flower fades, the morning hasteth, The sun sets, the shadow flies, The gourd consumes; and man he dies.
Page 68 - Autoscopy of the Larynx and the Trachea. (Direct Examination Without Mirror.) By Alfred Kirstein, MD, Berlin. Authorized Translation (Altered, Enlarged, and Revised by the Author) by Max Thorner, AM, MD, Cincinnati, O., Professor of Clinical Laryngology and Otology, Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery ; Laryngologist and Aurist, Cincinnati Hospital, etc.
Page 170 - About Children : Six Lectures given to the Nurses in the Training School of the Cleveland General Hospital in February, 1896. By Samuel W. Kelley, MD, Professor of Diseases of Children in the Cleveland College of Physicians and Surgeons (Med.
Page 98 - We mutually, jointly, and individually, pledge our word of honor not to enter into any contract or agreement, or renew any existing contract or agreement, either written, . verbal or implied, to render medical or surgical services to any lodge, society, association or organization.
Page 35 - Europe in collecting the material for this work. Medical literature of all ages and all languages has been carefully searched, as a glance at the Bibliographic Index will show. The facts, which will be of extreme value to the author and lecturer, have been arranged and annotated, and full reference footnotes given, indicating whence they have been obtained.
Page 35 - Reference this work will be of value not only to members of the medical profession, but to all persons interested in general scientific, sociologic, and medicolegal topics ; in fact, the absence of any complete work upon the subject makes this volume one of the most important literary innovations of the day. The Lancet, London " The book is a monument of untiring energy, keen discrimination, and erudition. . . . We heartily recommend it to the profession.
Page 68 - MEDICINE. Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine. BY GEORGE M. GOULD, MD, and WALTER L. PYLE, MD An encyclopedic collection of rare and extraordinary cases and of the most striking instances of abnormality in all branches of Medicine and Surgery, derived from an exhaustive research of medical literature from its origin to the present day, abstracted, classified, annotated, and indexed. Handsome imperial octavo volume of 968 pages, with 295 engravings in the text, and 12 full-page plates.
Page 118 - After taking the second or third tablet the cough is usually under control, at least for that paroxysm and for the night. Should the irritation prevail morning or mid-day, the same course of administration should be observed until subdued.
Page 75 - LISTERINE is to make and maintain surgical cleanliness in the antiseptic and prophylactic treatment and care of all parts of the human body. LISTERINE is of accurately determined and uniform antiseptic power, and of positive originality.