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Page 588 - Revised Edition A Text-Book of Diseases of Women. By CHARLES B. PENROSE, MD, PH. D., formerly Professor of Gynecology in the University of Pennsylvania; Surgeon to the Gynecean Hospital, Philadelphia. Octavo volume of 550 pages, with 225 fine original illustrations. Cloth, $375 net.
Page 171 - DISEASES OF INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD. Their Dietetic, Hygienic and Medical Treatment. A Text-Book Designed for Practitioners and Students in Medicine. By Louis .Fischer, M. D., Visiting Physician to the Willard Parker and Riverside Hospitals, of New York City...
Page 98 - A Manual of Obstetrics. By AFA KING, MD, Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women in the Medical Department of the Columbian University, Washington, DC, and in the University of Vermont, etc.
Page 53 - Finally when the physician knows in each case the obstacles in the way of recovery, and how to remove them, he is prepared to act thoroughly and to the purpose as a true master of the art of healing.
Page 512 - Simple, uncomplicated retroversion of the uterus gives rise to but few symptoms, the chief of which are backache and bearing-down pain. Painful menstruation occurred in 37 per cent, of the cases. Uncomplicated cases constituted but 7.01 per cent, of the entire number under observation (112).