The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 101

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Cupples, Upham & Company, 1879 - Medicine
 

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Page 747 - Hints to Craniographers upon the Importance and Feasibility of establishing some Uniform System by which the Collection and Promulgation of Craniological Statistics and the Exchange of Duplicate Crania may be Promoted ; Description of a Deformed, Fragmentary Human Skull, found in an Ancient Quarry Cave at Jerusalem ; Observations on the Form of the Occiput in
Page 646 - Lectures on the Diseases of Women. By Charles West, MD, FRCP Fourth edition, revised and in part rewritten by the author, with numerous additions by J. Matthews Duncan, MD,
Page 714 - plan shall be prepared after consultation with the principal sanitary organizations and the sanitarians of the several States of the United States, special attention being given to the subject of quarantine, both maritime and inland, and especially as to regulations which should be established between state or local systems of quarantine and a national quarantine system.
Page 634 - of the Principles and Practice of Medicine and of Clinical Medicine in the Bellevue Hospital Medical College, etc. Philadelphia: Henry C. Lea. 1879.
Page 226 - yet far oftener in the most glaring way, it apparently has an invariable source in that which of filth is the filthiest ; that apparently its infection runs its course, as with successive inoculations, from man to man by instrumentality of the molecules of excrement which man's filthiness lets mingle in his air and food and drink.
Page 131 - On Diseases of the Abdomen, comprising those of the Stomach and other Parts of the Alimentary Canal, Œsophagus, Cœcum, Intestines, and
Page 96 - compound for sins they are inclined to by damning those they have no mind to,
Page 232 - The term diphtheria is the anatomical definition of a zymotic disease, which may or may not be attended with croup. The committee propose that the term " membranous laryngitis " should be employed, for the avoidance of confusion, whenever the knowledge of the case is such as to allow of its application. The
Page 252 - The Brain and its Diseases. Part I. Syphilis of the Brain and Spinal Cord, showing the Part which this Agent plays in the Production of Paralysis, Epilepsy, Insanity, Headache, Neuralgia, Hysteria, Hypochondriasis,
Page 414 - the peripheral sensory nerves and posterior roots of the spinal nerves. They have no direct action on the brain or the vaso-motor nerves. They increase the irritability of the peripheral motor nerves and of the motor columns of the cord. " (4.) They do not induce muscular paralysis, but, on the contrary, increase the irritability of voluntary

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