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Page 677 - A PRACTICAL TEXTBOOK OF THE DISEASES OF WOMEN. By ARTHUR HN LEWERS, MD Lond., Obstetric Physician to the London Hospital.
Page 685 - Love thyself last: cherish those hearts that hate thee; Corruption wins not more than honesty. Still in thy right hand carry gentle peace To silence envious tongues. Be just, and fear not: Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's; then if thou fall'st, O Cromwell, Thou fall'st a blessed martyr!
Page 42 - Wood in his elaborate report on the subject contained in the Report of the State Board of Health of Massachusetts for 1883, says: "There is absolutely nothing in the appearance of a paper by which we can form any opinion as to its arsenical or non-arsenical nature.
Page 679 - I refer to the Census of Hallucinations, which was begun several years ago by the " Society for Psychical Research," and of which the International Congress of Experimental Psychology at Paris, last summer, assumed the future responsibility, naming a commitee in each country to carry on the work.
Page 279 - Death never occurs from the entrance of air into the ordinary veins of the body unless the quantity be enormous — from one to several pints, a quantity which cannot enter unless deliberately sent in by the surgeon. 2. The cases on record have been due to other causes than air and have not been proved. 3. The tendency of the vessel to collapse and the leakage of blood prevent any entrance of air, and it would seem probable that a clot has generally caused death, not the air itself.
Page 661 - England was indicated by the fact that the instructions to this commission were simply " to inquire and report what is the effect, if any, of food derived from tuberculous animals on human health; and, if prejudicial, what are the circumstances and conditions with regard to the tuberculosis in the animal which produce that effect upon man.
Page 725 - ... for example, the various superficial corneal and conjunctival eruptions and ulcerations which were collectively described as ' strumous ophthalmia ' by old writers. We observe, in many of these cases, an element of extreme nervous irritation, manifested as photophobia, which varies greatly in degree in different patients, and even in the same patient at different times, and which stands in no apparent relation to the quantity or character of the local tissue changes. More important still, we...
Page 306 - ... begin by falsely ascribing to a physician the killing of three persons by mismanagement, and then, the mistaking of an artery for a vein, and thus might proceed to misrepresent every single case of his practice, until his reputation should be blasted beyond remedy.
Page 575 - States, or a diploma or license conferring the full right to practice all the branches of medicine and surgery in some foreign country, and has also studied medicine three years, including three courses of lectures in different years in some legally incorporated medical college or colleges prior to the granting of said diploma or foreign license...