St. Louis Courier of Medicine, Volume 34

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Medical Journal and Library Association of the Mississippi Valley, 1906

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Page 62 - An invaluable pocket-sized book containing memoranda and data important for every physician, and ruled blanks for recording every detail of practice. The weekly, monthly and 30-patient perpetual contain 32 pages of data and 160 pages of classified blanks.
Page 127 - LECTURES ON AUTO-INTOXICATION IN DISEASE, OR, SELF-POISONING OF THE INDIVIDUAL. — By CH. BOUCHARD, Professor of Pathology and Therapeutics; Member of the Academy of Medicine and Physician to the Hospitals, Paris. Translated, with a Preface and New Chapters added, by THOMAS OLIVER, MA, MD, FRCP, Professor of Physiology, University of Durham ; Physician to the Royal Infirmary, New Castle-upon-Tyne ; Formerly Examiner in Medicine, Royal College of Physicians, London.
Page 322 - The men with the muckrakes are often indispensable to the well-being of society, but only if they know when to stop raking the muck, and to look upward to the celestial crown above them, to the crown of worthy endeavor.
Page 192 - Pharmacopoeia as the standard. To avoid accidents and damage suits on the one hand, and puzzling lack of results on the other, both the druggist and doctor must follow the same standard. As a convenient pocket reminder of these changes, the importance of which must be at once obvious to every physician and pharmacist, Messrs. Lea Brothers & Co., the Medical Publishers, of...
Page 191 - A Manual of Materia Medica and Pharmacology. Comprising all Organic and Inorganic Drugs, which are and have been official in the United States Pharmacopoeia, together with important Allied Species and Useful Synthetics.
Page 384 - MINOR AND OPERATIVE SURGERY, INCLUDING BANDAGING. By Henry R. Wharton, MD, Professor of Clinical Surgery in the Woman's Medical College, Philadelphia.
Page 251 - The surfaces of the aponeurotic structures are carefully cleared an inch and a half in all directions from the neck of the sac. (3) The fibrous and peritoneal coverings of the hernia are divided in a circular manner at the neck, exposing its contents. If intestinal viscera are present the adhesions are separated and restitution made. The contained omentum is ligated...
Page 311 - Acute pancreatitis is to be suspected when a previously healthy person or a sufferer from occasional attacks of indigestion is suddenly seized with violent pain in the epigastrium, followed by vomiting and collapse, and in the course of twenty-four hours by a circumscribed epigastric swelling, tympanitic or resistant, with slight rise of temperature.
Page 24 - Deiters's nucleus, be injured, then the usual stimuli will not pass either to the anterior cornua of the cord or to the sixth (fourth) or third nuclei. Hence may result the weakness of the same side, the tendency to fall to that side, the impairment of the conjugate deviation to that side, the tendency...
Page 251 - ... are introduced, the loop firmly grasping the upper margin of the lower flap; sufficient traction is made on these sutures to enable peritoneal approximation with running suture of catgut.

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