The Transactions of the Provincial Medical and Surgical Association, Volumen1

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Página 233 - ... trough, by the ruins which its exertion has heaped up in its own course. This would indeed be a creation of power, and is like no other force in nature. We have many processes by which the form of the power may be so changed, that an apparent conversion of one into the other takes place.
Página 16 - Pharmacopoeia, arranged in Classes according to their Action, with their Composition and Doses. By a Practising Physician.
Página 21 - By the appearance of Dr. Bird's work, the student has now all that he can desire in one neat, concise, and well-digested volume. The elements of natural philosophy are explained in very simple language, and illustrated by numerous wood-cuts.
Página 188 - ... it is, not only the fat which disappears, but also, by degrees, all such of the solids as are capable of being dissolved. In the wasted bodies of those who have suffered starvation, the muscles are shrunk and unnaturally soft, and have lost their contractility ; all...
Página 24 - SHAPTER, MD, FRCP THE CLIMATE OF THE SOUTH OF DEVON, AND ITS INFLUENCE UPON HEALTH.
Página 53 - If the psychological action of medicines were better known, medical men might be able to vary their exhibition, according to the characters and mental peculiarities of their patients.
Página 28 - Intermarriage, or the mode in which, and the causes why, beauty, health and intellect, result from certain unions, and deformity, disease, and insanity from others...
Página 17 - DISEASES OF THE SKIN : A Practical and Theoretical Treatise on the DIAGNOSIS, PATHOLOGY, and TREATMENT OF CUTANEOUS DISEASES.
Página 15 - J. STEPHENSON, MD, &. JM CHURCHILL, FLS MEDICAL BOTANY; OR, ILLUSTRATIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF THE MEDICINAL PLANTS OF THE PHARMACOPOEIAS; comprising a popular and scientific Account of Poisonous Vegetables indigenous to Great Britain.
Página 17 - Mr. Wilson's volume is an excellent digest of the actual amount of knowledge of cutaneous diseases ; it includes almost every fact or opinion of importance connected with the anatomy and pathology of the skin.

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