Edinburgh Medical Journal, Volumen30,Parte1

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Página 96 - How modest, kindly, all-accomplish'd, wise, With what sublime repression of himself, And in what limits, and how tenderly ; Not swaying to this faction or to that; Not making his high place the lawless perch Of wing'd ambitions, nor a vantageground For pleasure; but thro...
Página 558 - Published under the direction of the general council of medical education and registration of the United Kingdom, pursuant to the medical act (1858).
Página 381 - Drugs, (The examination in Medicine and Surgery will be in part practical, and will include operations on the dead body, the application of Surgical Apparatus, and the examination of medical and surgical patients at the bedside. The...
Página 510 - ... passing through the cavity in the act of breathing. This simple means, if persistently tried, will in many cases arrest the bleeding. The hemorrhage persists because the clot, which forms at the rupture in the bloodvessel, is displaced by the air being drawn forcibly through the cavity in the attempt of the patient to clear the nostrils. If this air is prevented from passing through the cavity, the clot consolidates in' position, and the hemorrhage is checked.
Página 363 - Mathematics, and also one of the following optional subjects: — Greek; French; German; Natural Philosophy, including Mechanics, Hydrostatics, and Pneumatics. Higher...
Página 376 - At their conclusion the Candidate will be required to pass an examination on the subjects taught in the School. The Examination will be conducted by the Professors of the School.
Página 342 - Insanity and Allied Neuroses, Practical and Clinical. By GEORGE H. SAVAGE, MD, Lecturer on Mental Diseases at Guy's Hospital, London.
Página 323 - But it was manifest that it would be impossible within the limits of a short paper to treat even of croupous pneumonia alone in all its aspects.
Página 458 - England to marry his son Charles with the Infanta Maria. Whoever attends closely to history must know that there is a great deal in birth, but not birth as fixed by laws and traced by heralds. A man who is well made, strong, mentally gifted, and able to do much work and stand much strain must be well born ; and a race sodden with epilepsy, insanity, and scrofula, whatever its fictitious rank, is necessarily low-born, and in reality is not worth preserving.
Página 293 - Permanganate of potash, in doses of from two to four grains, is an efficient emmenagogue, if administered for a period of not less than two weeks.

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