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Page 477 - GENERAL' RECEIPT-BOOK : comprising a copious Veterinary Formulary and Table of Veterinary Materia Medica ; Patent and Proprietary Medicines, Druggists
Page 84 - The Reproductive Organs In Childhood, Youth, Adult Age, and Advanced Life, considered in their Physiological, Social, and Moral Relations. By WILLIAM ACTON, MRCS Sixth Edition.
Page 143 - He was subsequently graduated at the College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City.
Page 27 - In these cases, treatment must be directed to the general health. A flesh diet, wine and iron are useful. H. reported ten cases of lymphadenitis retropharyngealis which he has observed. The children ranged in age from one to two and one-half years. Of the ten, only three appeared healthy. Three were anaemic and four scrofulous. The enlarged glands varied in size from that of a hemp-seed to that of a bean. In five cases they were situated on the right side ; in four, on the left; and in one, along...
Page 47 - Break up the curd repeatedly, and carefully separate the whole of the whey, which should then be rapidly heated to boiling in a small, tin pan placed over a spirit or gas lamp. During the heating a further quantity of casein technically called ' ' fleetings" separates, and must be removed by straining through muslin.
Page 475 - Clinical Lectures on Diseases of the Urinary Organs. Delivered at University College Hospital. By Sir HENRy THOMPSON...
Page 177 - A ** MANUAL OF CHEMICAL ANALYSIS, as Applied to the Examination of Medicinal Chemicals and their Preparations. Third edition, entirely rewritten and much enlarged. In one handsome octavo volume of 621 pages, with 179 illustrations.
Page 121 - Six AM : ten ounces of raw meat soup. 7 AM : cup of black coffee. 8 AM : a plate of oatmeal porridge, with a gill of cream, a boiled egg, three slices of bread and butter, and cocoa. 11 AM : ten ounces of milk. 2 PM : half a pound of rumpsteak, potatoes, cauliflower, a savory omelette, and ten ounces of milk. 4 PM : ten ounces of milk and three slices of bread and butter. 6 PM : a cup of gravy soup. 8 p. M. : a fried sole, roast mutton (three large slices), French beans, potatoes, stewed...