Diseases of Women: A Handbook for Physicians and Students

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Young J. Pentland, 1887 - Electronic books - 674 pages

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Page 666 - Human Osteology. Comprising a Description of the Bones, with Colored Delineations of the Attachments of the Muscles. The General and Microscopical Structure of Bone and its Development. With Lithographic Plates and Numerous Illustrations.
Page 671 - Cloth, 2.00 ***The object of this book is to unfold to the beginner the fundamentals of pathology in a plain, practical way, and by bringing them within easy comprehension to increase his interest in the study of the subject.
Page 669 - MATERIA MEDICA. For the Use of Students and Physicians. By the late PROF. JOHN B. BIDDLE, MD, Professor of Materia Medica in Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. The Ninth Edition, thoroughly revised, and in many parts rewritten, by his son, CLEMENT BIDDLE, MD , Assistant Surgeon, US Navy, assisted by HENRY MORRIS. MD Containing all the additions and changes made in the last revision of the United States Pharmacopoeia.
Page 667 - As it is said of some men, so it might be said of some books, that they are ' born to greatness.' This new volume has, we believe, a mission, particularly in the hands of the younger members of the profession. In these days of prolixity in medical literature, it is refreshing to meet with an author who knows both what to say and when he has said it. The work of Dr. Goodhart (admirably conformed, by Dr. Starr, to meet American requirements) is the nearest approach to clinical teaching without the...
Page ii - 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 663 - Fevers, Diseases of the Stomach, Intestines, Peritoneum, Biliary Passages, Liver, Kidneys, etc. (including Tests for Urine), General Diseases, etc. PART II. — Diseases of the Respiratory System (including Physical Diagnosis), Circulatory System and Nervous System; Diseases of the Blood, etc. %* These little books can be regarded as a full set of notes upon the Practice of Medicine, containing the Synonyms, Definitions, Causes, Symptoms, Prognosis, Diagnosis, Treatment, etc., of each disease, and...
Page 668 - Harris. Principles and Practice of Dentistry. Including Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Therapeutics, Dental Surgery and Mechanism.
Page 669 - By John J. Reese, MD, Professor of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology in the University of Pennsylvania ; President of the Medical Jurisprudence Society of Phila. ; 2d Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
Page 671 - The brief examination I have given it was so favorable that I placed it in the list of text-books recommended in the circular of the University Medical College.
Page 672 - I have become thoroughly convinced of its great value, and have cordially recommended it to my class in Yale College."— Prof, David P. Smith. " I have examined it with some care, and think it a good book, and shall take pleasure in mentioning it among the works which may properly be put in the hands of students.

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