Brooklyn Medical Journal, Volume 4

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Page 691 - Love thyself last: cherish those hearts that hate thee; Corruption wins not more than honesty. Still in thy right hand carry gentle peace, To silence envious tongues. Be just, and fear not. Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's; then if thou fall'st, O Cromwell, Thou fall'st a blessed martyr!
Page 683 - A PRACTICAL TEXTBOOK OF THE DISEASES OF WOMEN. By ARTHUR HN LEWERS, MD Lond., Obstetric Physician to the London Hospital.
Page 684 - MINERAL SPRINGS AND HEALTH RESORTS OF CALIFORNIA, with a complete Chemical Analysis of every Important Mineral Water in the World.
Page 677 - In the vast majority of cases in which the woman takes to her bed and stays there indefinitely, from some supposed uterine lesion, she is bed-ridden from her brain and not from her womb. I...
Page 666 - Being a midwife, nurse or other person having the care of an infant within the age of two weeks neglects or omits to report immediately to the health officer or to a legally qualified practitioner of medicine of the city, town or place where such child is being cared for, the fact that one or both eyes of such infant are inflamed or reddened whenever such shall be the case, or who applies any remedy therefor without the advice, or except by the direction of such officer or physician; or, 4.
Page 127 - Physiology of the Domestic Animals. A TEXT-BOOK FOR VETERINARY AND MEDICAL STUDENTS AND PRACTITIONERS. By ROBERT MEADE SMITH, AM, MD, Professor of Comparative Physiology in University of Pennsylvania; Fellow of the College of Physicians and Academy of the Natural Sciences, Philadelphia; of American Physiological Society; of the American Society of Naturalists, etc.
Page 44 - Wood in his elaborate report on the subject contained in the Report of the State Board of Health of Massachusetts for 1883, says : "There is absolutely nothing in the appearance of a paper by which we can form any opinion as to its arsenical or non-arsenical nature.
Page 163 - ... AUTHOR'S PROOF. THE PROOF SHOULD BE RETURNED WITHIN TWO DAYS. Each contributor will be supplied with a number of copies of theJOURNAL on application. Photo-engravings will be furnished free of cost if proper drawings or negatives are provided, and electrotypes or engravings will be furnished at cost. Alterations in the proof will be charged to authors at the rate of sixty cents an hour this being the expense that the JOURNAL incurs by such changes.
Page 676 - Always bear in mind what another has pithily said, that woman has some organs outside of the pelvis.' "Secondly. Each neurotic case will usually have a tale of fret or grief, of cark and care, of wear and tear. " Thirdly. Scant or delayed or suppressed menstruation is far more frequently...
Page 685 - I refer to the Census of Hallucinations, which was begun several years ago by the " Society for Psychical Research," and of which the International Congress of Experimental Psychology at Paris, last summer, assumed the future responsibility, naming a commitee in each country to carry on the work.

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