Columbus Medical Journal: A Magazine of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 8

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Columbus Medical Publishing Company, 1890
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Page 40 - Localization, and the Later Methods Employed in the Diagnosis and Treatment of these Affections. By AMBROSE L. RANNEY, AM, MD, Professor of the Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System...
Page 297 - A REFERENCE HANDBOOK OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES. — Embracing the Entire Range of Scientific and Practical Medicine and Allied Science. By Various Writers.
Page 202 - I regard it as an excellent education. These are the tools ; you can do much with them, but you are helpless without them.
Page 205 - HOLLAND. The Urine, the Gastric Contents, the Common Poisons and the Milk. Memoranda, Chemical and Microscopical, for Laboratory Use. By JW HOLLAND, MD, Professor of Medical Chemistry and Toxicology in Jefferson Medical College, of Philadelphia.
Page 128 - Rectal Insufflation of Hydrogen Gas as an Infallible Test in the Diagnosis of Visceral Injury of the Gastro-Intestinal Canal in Penetrating Wounds of the Abdomen.
Page 225 - In a large number of cases of supposed or of actual uterine disease which display marked gastric disturbance, if the tongue be clean, the essential disease will be found to be neurotic; and it must be treated so.
Page 301 - BYFORD, AM, MD, Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children in the Chicago Medical College, &c., &c.
Page 300 - A Text-Book of Animal Physiology, with Introductory Chapters on General Biology and a full Treatment of Reproduction for Students of Human and Comparative Medicine.
Page 361 - New Medical Dictionary. Including all the Words and Phrases used in Medicine, with their proper Pronunciation and Definitions, based on Recent Medical Literature. By GEORGE M. GOULD, BA, MD, Ophthalmic Surgeon to the Philadelphia Hospital, etc., With Tables of the Bacilli, Micrococci, Leucoma'ines, Ptomaines, etc., of the Arteries, Muscles, Nerves, Ganglia and Plexuses; Mineral Springs of US...
Page 221 - ... always present, an ovarian ache, each plays the part of the will-o'-the-wisp to allure the physician from the bottom factor. To these paltry lesions — because they are visible, palpable and ponderable, and because he has, by education and by tradition, a uterine bias — he attributes all his patient's troubles ; whereas a greater and subtler force, the invisible, the impalpable and the imponderable nervous system, may be the sole delinquent.

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