The Australian Medical Journal, Volume 17

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Stillwell & Company, 1895

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Page 472 - Edited by Louis Starr, MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children in the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania; Physician to the Children's Hospital, Philadelphia.
Page 96 - AN AMERICAN TEXT-BOOK OF THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN. By American Teachers. Edited by Louis STARR, MD, assisted by THOMPSON S. WESTCOTT, MD In one handsome royal-8vo volume of 1190 pages, profusely illustrated with wood-cuts, half-tone and colored plates.
Page 522 - Board of the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Surgeons of London, England.
Page 11 - ... an opening during the rest of the life of the sufferer, ready at all times to give rise to a hernia, which may become strangulated and destroy the patient, unless relieved by an operation as yet unperformed, but to which attention is especially directed. A fact first pointed out by me early in the war in the Peninsula.
Page 221 - The experiments with the dried sputum are the most interesting, as they conform most closely to what would be met with in practice. The specimens were exposed for short periods only, two, three, and seven days, though control specimens were kept for long periods of time, in darkness and with very slight access of air. It was observed that, in all the specimens exposed in the dark, tuberculosis was the result even in free currents of air. The...
Page 472 - In this work, the author has endeavored to furnish a reliable guide for mothers anxious to inform themselves- with regard to the best way of caring for their children in sickness and in health.
Page 228 - Being the Morison Lectures delivered before the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh in 1902 and 1903.
Page 232 - In all the above instances the augmented cancer mortality has coincided with progressive population, increased national wealth, and marked improvement in the general well-being.
Page 185 - ... transversely. Edebohls6 calls attention to the coexistence of movable kidney and appendicitis. After his attention as to the possibility of a relation between both had been aroused, he made it a rule to examine every patient for movable kidney, and for the presence or absence of a diseased appendix. He found that over 60 per cent, of patients with movable right kidney producing symptoms were at the same time the possessors of more or less diseased appendices vermiformes. The appendicitis varied...
Page 29 - It has been to diseases of the womb what the printing press is to civilization, what the compass is to the mariner, what steam is to navigation, what the telescope is to astronomy, and grander than the telescope because it was the work of one man.

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