The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Volume 43

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J.B. Lippincott, Company, 1862
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Pagina 5 - Lectures on the Germs and Vestiges of Disease, and on the Prevention of the Invasion and Fatality of Disease by Periodical Examinations. Delivered at the Royal Infirmary for Diseases of the Chest. By HORACE-
Pagina 5 - A System of Surgery, Theoretical and Practical, in Treatises by Various Authors. Edited by T. HOLMES, MA, Cantab., Assistant Surgeon to
Pagina 178 - Practical Midwifery: comprising an Account of 13,748 Deliveries which occurred in the Dublin Lying-in Hospital, during a period of Seven Years, commencing November, 1847. By Edward B. Sinclair,
Pagina 11 - The Diseases of the Prostate; their Pathology and Treatment. Comprising the second edition of "The Enlarged Prostate," and a dissertation ''On the Healthy and Morbid Anatomy of the Prostate Gland," to which the Jacksonian prize, for the year
Pagina 97 - Member of the Royal College of Physicians, London ; Physician to the Great Northern Hospital, and to the Royal Infirmary for Diseases of the Chest ; Lecturer on the Practice of Medicine at the School of Medicine adjoining St. George's Hospital;
Pagina 5 - The Diseases of the Prostate, their Pathology and Treatment; comprising the second edition of the "Enlarged Prostate," and a Dissertation '-On the Healthy and Morbid Anatomy of the Prostate Gland,
Pagina 97 - The Diseases of the Prostate, their Pathology and Treatment. Comprising the second edition of "The Enlarged Prostate," and a dissertation "On the Healthy and Morbid Anatomy of the Prostate Gland
Pagina 27 - which is drawn into the colon by the descending mass; and, unless the case terminate by sloughing or death, the ascending and transverse portions of the colon are successively invaginated. The records show that intussusception occurs as above stated in a large proportion of cases. In one case, No.
Pagina 453 - Dr. Taylor in his work on Poisons, there was congestion of the brain and its membranes, the pia mater gorged with blood, and the whole surface of the brain intensely red. and the blood coagulated. In two other
Pagina 97 - experienced, it will generally be found useful. It is the best tonic for the class in which mental symptoms predominate. But it also possesses excellent local effects, and acts by increasing the tone of the muscular coats of the stomach and intestines. When these coats are relaxed gases are generated, mainly owing to

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