A Compend of materia medica, therapeutics, and prescription writing ...

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P. Blakiston, Son & Company, 1887 - Materia medica - 152 pages

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Page 1 - Cloth, 2.00 ***The object .of this book is to unfold to the beginner the fundamentals of pathology in a plain, practical way, and by bringing them within easy comprehension to increase his interest in the study of the subject.
Page 233 - By John J. Reese, MD, Professor of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology in the University of Pennsylvania ; President of the Medical Jurisprudence Society of Phila. ; 2d Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
Page ii - No. 8. DISEASES OF THE EYE AND REFRACTION, including Treatment "and Surgery. By L. WEBSTER Fox, MD, Chief Clinical Assistant Ophthalmological Dept., Jefferson Medical College, etc., and GEO.
Page 229 - ... illustrations, many of which have been drawn and engraved specially for this series. The authors have had large experience as quiz-masters and attaches of colleges, with exceptional opportunities for noting the most recent advances and methods.
Page 108 - It extends from the opening in the adductor magnus to the lower border of the popliteus muscle, where, having passed behind the knee-joint, it divides into the anterior and posterior tibial arteries.
Page 3 - Van Harlingen on Skin Diseases. A Handbook of the Diseases of the Skin, their Diagnosis and Treatment (arranged alphabetically).
Page 56 - Transverse,* from the base of the coracoid process to the margin of the suprascapular notch, converting it into a foramen, for the supra-scapular nerve.
Page 158 - Poupart's ligament, for the passage of the spermatic cord in the male, and the round ligament of the uterus in the female.
Page 2 - I have become thoroughly convinced of its great value, and have cordially recommended it to my class in Yale College." — Prof. David P. Smith. " I have examined it with some care, and think it a good book and shall take pleasure in mentioning it among the works which may properly be put in the hands of students.

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