The Medical Times and Register, Volume 10

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Medical Publishing Company, 1880 - Medicine

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Page 260 - Evolution is a change from an indefinite, incoherent homogeneity to a definite, coherent heterogeneity, through continuous differentiations and integrations...
Page 301 - And the LORD did according to the word of Moses; and the frogs died out of the houses, out of the villages, and out of the fields. And they gathered them together upon heaps: and the land stank.
Page 279 - A Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Medicine. Designed for the use of Students and Practitioners of Medicine. By AUSTIN FLINT, MD, LL. D., Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine and of Clinical Medicine in Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York.
Page 22 - Shaffer on knock-knee, printed in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, for July, 1881.
Page 146 - Co build, equip, and conduct, at the mouth of the Mississippi River, a quarantine station at such a place as may be designated by the National Board of Health.
Page 267 - The intensity of sound is inversely as the square of the distance of the sonorous body from the ear.
Page 180 - I've become a devoted believer In the teachings of science I shudder to think. And now, far removed from the scenes I'm describing, The story...
Page 232 - ... a skill in the use of remedies. And the skill may exalt the interest, and the interest may improve the skill, until in process of time experience forms the consummate practitioner. But does the interest of attending the sick necessarily stop here ? The question may seem strange. If it has led to the readiest discernment and the highest skill, and formed the consummate practitioner, why need it go further ? But what if humanity shall warm it ? Then this interest, this excitement, this intellectual...
Page 51 - This article has been released for publication by the Division of Publications of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery of the United States Navy. The opinions and views set forth in this article are those of the writer and are not to be construed as reflecting the policies of the Navy Department.
Page 180 - The moss-covered bucket that hung in the well. Just think of it ! Moss on the vessel that lifted The water I drank in the days called to mind, Ere I knew what professors and scientists gifted In the water of wells by analysis find.

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