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Page 158 - DISEASES OF THE GENITO-URINARY ORGANS AND THE KIDNEY. By Robert H. Greene. MD, Professor of Genito-Urinary Surgery at the Fordham University, New York; and Harlow Brooks, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, University and Bellevue Hospital Medical School. Octavo of 605 pages, profusely illustrated.
Page 381 - Medical Gynecology. By S. WYLLIS BANDLER, MD, Adjunct Professor of Diseases of Women, New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital. Octavo of 790 pages, with 150 original illustrations.
Page 203 - I now make it a rule to use Antiphlogistine in treating erysipelas, and I am sure my patients get along faster than they did when treated without it. I also use Antiphlogistine in pneumonia, and all cases of inflammation of the lung or pleura. Indeed I would hate to have to treat this kind of cases without Antiphlogistine. I will report on one case of an infant where I believe this remedy saved the patient's life.
Page 26 - All that pertains to the great field of medical learning is his, by tradition, by inheritance, by right.
Page 120 - I found him suffering with a very aggravated case of facial erysipelas. I applied my usual treatment of carbolized salve, locally, and gave the proper internal treatment, but when I saw the case again in twenty-four hours I found symptoms no better. I thought I would try Antiphlogistine. After applying the salve to face, I spread Antiphlogistine on a cloth making a mask that would cover the entire face, directing nurse to change when it dried out. Next day I found patient much improved. He said "that...
Page 428 - ... immediate relief is afforded by the use of this combination, and the relief is not merely temporary and palliative, but in very many cases curative. Muscular spasm is often controlled by antikamnia and codeine tablets.