Southern Practitioner, Volume 39

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Page 102 - Promotion to the grade of surgeon is made according to seniority and after due examination, as vacancies occur in that grade. Assistant surgeons receive $1600; passed assistant surgeons, $2000, and surgeons, $2500 a year.
Page 231 - Sample bottle may be had by addressing the laboratory of John B. Daniel, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.
Page 272 - Each candidate will also be required to certify " that he labors under no mental or physical infirmity or disability which can interfere with the efficient discharge of any duty which may be required.
Page 406 - Army. This subcommittee, of which Dr. Pearce Bailey of New York is chairman, is authorized to secure the services of alienists and neurologists to be commissioned in the Officers...
Page 369 - Paraldehyd possesses many of the good without the evil qualities of chloral. Used in insomnia resulting from various causes. The objectionable taste of the chemical is, to a great extent, disguised in Robinson's Elixir Paraldehyd (see page 30), which is an elegant preparation.
Page 441 - Bulkley will give a third series of clinical lectures on diseases of the skin in the out-patient hall of the hospital on Wednesday afternoons, commencing November 7, 1900, at 4:15 o'clock.
Page 102 - Written. 4, Clinical. In addition to the physical examination, candidates are required to certify that they believe themselves free from any ailment which would disqualify them for service in any climate. The examinations are chiefly in writing, and begin with a short autobiography of the candidate.
Page 321 - As the deafness diminishes there may persist for a long time an inability to grasp intelligently what is said or to retain the memory of it. Thus a word may have to be repeated two or three times before the patient gets it; or. If he be asked to repeat two or three numbers given consecutively, he will repeat the last one; he knows that there were others but did not get them.
Page 36 - Tongaline exerts a manifest action on the nervous system of the secreting order of glands, it diminishes the uric acid content of the blood, and produces a substitutive irritation in the region of the articular surfaces. On account of the exaggerated vasomotor action of Tongaline, the irritation drives the poisonous deposits toward the emunctories, causing a great secretion of bile in the liver, an abundant...

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