The Montreal Medical Journal, Volume 15

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George Edgeworth Fenwick, Thomas George Roddick, George Ross
Gazette Printing Company, 1887 - Medicine

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Page 72 - All crimes shall cease, and ancient fraud shall fail ; Returning Justice lift aloft her scale ; Peace o'er the world her olive wand extend, And white-robed Innocence from heaven descend.
Page 665 - Treatment of Disease in Children, including the Outlines of Diagnosis and the Chief Pathological Differences between Children and Adults.
Page 683 - For in the hand of the Lord there is a cup, and the wine is red : it is full mixed, and he poureth out of the same.
Page 613 - Primary subjects mentioned they have passed a satisfactory examination, both written and oral, on the following subjects : Principles and Practice of Surgery, Theory and Practice of Medicine, Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Medical Jurisprudence...
Page 725 - A stimulant dose of strychnine will depend on the age of the patient, and the length of time during which the drug has been given, although asthmatics, as a rule, will bear larger doses of strychnine than most other patients.
Page 588 - HAMMOND, MD, Professor of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System in the New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital, etc.
Page 127 - ... proposed alteration of the law, having been always strongly of opinion that, as the pathology of insanity abundantly establishes, there are forms of mental disease in which, though the patient is quite aware he is about to do wrong, the will becomes overpowered by the force of irresistible impulse ; the power of self-control, when destroyed or suspended by mental disease becomes, I think, an essential element of responsibility.
Page 693 - Emmet — namely, that their importance cannot be exaggerated, since at least half the ailments among those who have borne children are to be attributed to lacerations of the cervix.
Page 152 - A TREATISE ON DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. By WILLIAM A. HAMMOND, MD, Professor of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System, and of Clinical Medicine, in the Bellevue Hospital Medical College ; Physician-in-chief to the New- York State Hospital for Diseases of the Nervous System, ete.
Page 159 - In the majority of cases generally, and in all cases especially where there is reason to believe that rapid delivery may be required, it is more safe to rely upon the thorough, continuous hydrostatic pressure of a Barnes' dilator than on pressure by the fetal parts.

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