Medical Record, Volume 65

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George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman
W. Wood., 1904

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Contents

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1
III
37
IV
77
V
117
VI
157
VII
197
VIII
237
IX
277
XVIII
511
XX
551
XXII
593
XXIII
633
XXIV
671
XXV
711
XXVI
751
XXVII
791

X
279
XI
313
XIII
353
XV
391
XVI
431
XVII
471

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Page 277 - NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASES. By Archibald Church, MD, Professor of Nervous and Mental Diseases...
Page 277 - A Reference Handbook of the Medical Sciences, Embracing the Entire Range of Scientific and Practical Medicine and Allied Science by Various Writers.
Page 18 - ... of the American Board. After six years of very successful teaching she returned to America for the usual vacation of a year. Having, however, been greatly impressed with the extreme need in Turkey of properly qualified woman physicians, Miss Kimball remained in this country, studied medicine, and was graduated from the Woman's Medical College of the New York Infirmary in 1892. In July of that year she returned to Van, meeting cholera on the way, and undergoing quarantine of ten days in a stable...
Page 5 - Resolved, That copies of these resolutions be sent to the International Federation of Trade Unions, to all national trade union centers throughout the world and to the President of the United States...
Page 15 - That he proceed directly to the Islands; otherwise he shall be allowed half salary for such time only as is ordinarily required to perform the journey by the route directed: And provided further, That such half salary shall not be paid until after the expiration of two years of satisfactory service in the Philippines.
Page 236 - TO THE STUDY OF MEDICINE BY GH ROGER Professor Extraordinary in the Faculty of Medicine of Paris; Member of the Biological Society ; Physician to the Hospital of Porte-d'Aubervilliers AUTHORIZED TRANSLATIONS BY MS GABRIEL, MD WITH ADDITIONS BY THE AUTHOR 8vo.
Page 15 - The number of bacteria which may accumulate before milk becomes noticeably harmful to the average infant in summer, differs with the nature of the bacteria present, the age of the milk, and the temperature at which it has been kept. When milk is taken raw, the fewer the bacteria present the better are the results.
Page 98 - An act to incorporate medical societies for the purpose of regulating the practice of physic and surgery in this state...
Page 74 - ... evil under military control appears not only justifiable, but will in the future, as it has in the past, prevent excesses which are fatal to the soldier, soul and body. At present every effort toward total abstinence at military posts merely opposes theory to facts and sentiment to statistics, and compels recourse to saloons of the lowest character, whose proprietors care nothing for the efficiency of the army or the ruin of a good soldier.
Page 194 - Resolved, That the report of the Joint Committee of Conference be accepted, and that the proposed agreement for the consolidation of The Medical Society of the State of New York...

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