The Carolina Medical Journal, Volume 40

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Page 181 - But how much nobler will be the Sovereign's boast, when he shall have it to say that he found Law dear, and left it cheap; found it a sealed book, left it a living letter; found it the patrimony of the rich, left it the inheritance of the poor; found it the two-edged sword of craft and oppression, left it the staff of Honesty and the shield of Innocence!
Page 48 - The bookful blockhead, ignorantly read, With loads of learned lumber in his head, With his own tongue still edifies his ears, And always list'ning to himself appears.
Page 102 - MISSISSIPPI VALLEY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. The next meeting of the Mississippi Valley Medical Association will be held in Louisville on October 5, 6, 7, and 8, 1897.
Page 173 - In cases of contagious, infectious or communicable diseases, the body must not be accompanied by persons or articles which have been exposed to the infection of the disease, unless certified by the health officer as having been properly disinfected; and before selling...
Page 29 - Surgical Hints for the Surgeon and General Practitioner. — By Howard Lilienthal, MD, Assistant Attending Surgeon to Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York City. New York: International Journal of Surgery Company.
Page 122 - National Museum. Franks which will carry specimens, when of suitable size, together with descriptions and notes, free of postage through the mails, will be forwarded upon application. Should an object be too large for transmission by mail the sender is requested, before shipping it, to notify the Institution, in order that a proper authorization for its shipment may be made out.
Page 123 - ... a complete list of the plants which have been used medicinally, however trivial such use may be. It also desires to collect all obtainable information, historical, scientific and economic, concerning our native and naturalized plants of this class, and, to that end, invites the co-operation of all persons interested. Poisonous plants of all kinds come within the scope of our inquiry, whether producing dangerous symptoms in man, or simply skin inflammation, or, as "loco-weeds," deleterious to...
Page 210 - Co., Louisville, Ky., which will be found on another page of this issue. This house was established fifty years ago, and enjoys a widespread reputation as manufacturers of high character.
Page 68 - Finally, the passage of the placenta completes the toilet of the vagina. The fact that nature provides this excellent means of self-defense clearly shows that the disturbing methods of disinfection employed before and after labor, under the plea of prophylaxis, are not commendable. The antiseptic douche dissolves the mucus, sets free the imprisoned germs, weakens the resistance of tissue, and contributes to the extension of the source of infection.
Page 137 - The candidate must be between twenty-two and twenty-nine years of age, and a graduate from a regular medical college, as evidence of which his diploma must be submitted to the board. Successful candidates at the coming examination will be given a course of instruction at the next session of the Army Medical School, beginning November i, 1897.

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