The Western Journal of Medicine, Volume 2

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Theophilus Parvin
T. Parvin & Company, 1867

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Page 688 - A Treatise on Human Physiology : designed for the use of Students and Practitioners of Medicine. By JOHN C. DALTON, MD, Professor of Physiology and Hygiene in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York.
Page 743 - That the tuberculous matter itself is (or includes) the specific morbific matter of the disease, and constitutes the material by which phthisis is propagated from one person to another, and disseminated through society. 4. That the deposits of this matter are, therefore, of the nature of an eruption, and bear the same relation to the disease, phthisis, as the 'yellow matter' of typhoid fever, for instance, bears to typhoid fever.
Page 570 - Men, my brothers, men the workers, ever reaping something new ; That which they have done but earnest of the things that they shall do...
Page 561 - I will now take leave to offer an Apology for not publishing the Secret I mention we have to extract Children without Hooks, where other Artists use them, viz. there being my Father and two Brothers living, that practise this Art, I cannot esteem it my own to dispose of, nor publish it without Injury to them...
Page 342 - Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed by the President...
Page 616 - This work aims, in the first place, to treat of mental phenomena from a physiological rather than from a metaphysical point of view; and, secondly, to bring the manifold instructive instances presented by the unsound mind to bear upon the interpretation of the obscure problems of mental science. " Dr. Maudsley has had the courage to undertake, and the skill to execute, what is, at least in English, an original enterprise.
Page 340 - Series of branches is to be given simultaneously, and to continue throughout the whole of each annual College term ; each student attending the lectures on such branches as belong to his period of progress in study, in the same manner as the Sophomore, Junior and Senior classes, each pursue their respective studies simultaneously throughout the collegiate year, in all our literary colleges.
Page 328 - The third, or Senior Series, shall embrace practical medicine; practical surgery, obstetrics, and diseases peculiar to women and children, with clinical medicine and clinical surgery in hospital.
Page 137 - We now apply our fingers upon the top of the shoulder, and our thumb in the opposite axilla, or on such part as will give us command of the chest, and enable us to apply a degree of lateral force. Our left hand is also applied to the abdomen of the patient, over the breech of the foetus.
Page 327 - That every medical student shall be required to study four full years, including three regular annual courses of Medical College instruction, before being admitted to an examination for the degree of Doctor of Medicine.

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