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Page 364 - Four drops or six globules every one, two or three hours, according to the urgency of the case.
Page 209 - In this present edition every chapter has been extensively modified, and many of them have been partially, and some entirely, rewritten. Notably among such chapters are those on Surgical Bacteriology, Tumors, the Osseous System, Orthopedic Surgery, the Surgery of the Nerves, the Joints, the Abdomen, etc.
Page 209 - RCS (Hon.), Professor of the Principles of Surgery and of Clinical Surgery, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, etc.
Page 332 - Hence the totality of these symptoms, this outwardly reflected image of the inner nature of the disease, i, e. of the suffering vital force, must be the chief or only means of the disease to make known the remedy necessary for its cure, the only means of determining the selection of the appropriate remedial agent.