The Woman's Medical Journal, Volume 12

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Recorder Publishing Company, 1902
 

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Page 4 - not necessary to turn to fiction for such noble lives. They are being lived all about us. Our own Nathan Smith Davis has not only always yearned "to follow knowledge like a sinking star, beyond the utmost bound of human thought," but has also followed closely in the footsteps
Page 19 - THE FOUR EPOCHS OF WOMAN'S LIFE.—A STUDY IN Hygiene. By Anna M. Galbraith, MD, author of ''Hygiene and Physical Culture for Women;" Fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine, etc. With an introductory note by John H. Musser, MD. Professor of Clinical Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. i2mo volume of 200 pages. Philadelphia and London:
Page 200 - Medical Hand-Atlases. ATLAS AND EPITOME OF LABOR AND OPERATIVE OBSTETRICS. By Dr. O. Shaeffer, of Heidelberg. From the Fifth Revised German Edition. Edited by J. Clifton Edgar, MD, Professor of Obstetrics and Clinical Midwifery, Cornell University Medical School. With 14 lithographic plates, in colors, and 139 other illustrations. Philadelphia and London: WB Saunders & Co., 1901. Cloth, $2.00 net.
Page 200 - of Heidelberg. From the Second Revised German Edition. Edited by J. Clifton Edgar, MD, Professor of Obstetrics and Clinical Midwifery, Cornell University Medical School. With 122 colored figures on 56 plates, 38 other illustrations, and 317 pages of text. Philadelphia and London:
Page 266 - Dental Students. By H. Horace Grant, AM. MD, Professor of Surgery and of Clinical Surgery, Hospital College of Medicine; Professor of Oral Surgery, Louisville College of Dentistry, Louisville. Octavo volume of 231 pages, with 68 illustrations. Philadelphia and London: WB Saunders & Co., 1902. Cloth, $2.50 net.
Page 70 - his immediate supervision. Section 2632 provides, "Nothing in this act shall apply to, or in any manner interfere with the business of any licensed practicing physician, or prevent him from supplying to his patients such articles as may seem to him proper, or with his compounding his own prescriptions.
Page 200 - and besides the wealth of beautiful lithographic illustrations contains an extensive text of great value. The symptomatology and diagnosis are discussed with all necessary fullness and the indications for treatment are definite and complete. In this new edition both text and illustrations have been subjected to a thorough revision. Most of the
Page 25 - has died of it and you may believe that I am well satisfied of the safety of this experiment, since I intend to try it on my dear little son.
Page 222 - of the Nose, Pharynx, and Ear. By Henry Cradle, MD, Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago. Handsome octavo of 547 pages, profusely illustrated, including two full-page plates in colors. Philadelphia and London: W. B. Saunders & Co., 1902.
Page 148 - only in extra small, small, medium and large size bottles bearing a red label, white letters, gold and blue border, with my signature. GLYCOZONE is put up only in 4-oz., 8-oz. and i6-oz. bottles bearing a yellow label, red and blue border, with my signature.

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