Richmond Journal of Practice: A Monthly Review of Medicine and Surgery, Volumen9


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Página 14 - What though you have found no treasure, nor has any rich relation left you a legacy, diligence is the mother of good luck, as Poor Richard says, and God gives all things to industry. Then plough deep, while sluggards sleep, and you shall have corn to sell and to keep, says Poor Dick.
Página 227 - Oft expectation fails, and most oft there Where most it promises ; and oft it hits, Where hope is coldest, and despair most sits.
Página 467 - ... names are especially associated. In short, the design of the book is, while not neglecting the specialist, to bring the general practitioner into direct communication with those who are advancing the science of medicine, so he may be furnished with all that is worthy of preservation, as reliable aids in his daily work. Illustrations in black and colors will be consistently used wherever helpful in elucidating the text. Altogether it makes a most useful, if not absolutely indispensable, investment...
Página 467 - Pregnancy, Labor, and the Puerperal State. By Egbert H. Grandin, MD, Consulting Surgeon to the New York Maternity Hospital ; Consulting Gynecologist to the French Hospital, NY, etc.
Página 467 - International Medical Annual, being the twelfth yearly issue of this eminently useful work. Since the first issue of this one volume reference work, each year has witnessed marked improvements ; and the prospectus of the forthcoming volume gives promise that it will surpass any of its predecessors. It will be the conjoint authorship of forty-one distinguished specialists, selected from the most eminent physicians and surgeons of America, England and the Continent.
Página 60 - There was a moderate degree of shock, and the patient complained of severe pain in the abdomen and tenderness on palpation. Further investigation proved negative. The resident surgeon, Dr. Page, not deeming the case of sufficient severity to send for me, treated the patient for shock. When I examined him upon the following day it was very evident from the severity of the abdominal pain and tenderness associated with very decided rigidity of the abdominal walls, that he was suffering from a serious...
Página 32 - A modest young newspaper man was invited to a party at a residence where the home had recently been blessed with an addition to the family. Accompanied by his best girl he met his hostess at the door, and after customary salutations asked after the baby.
Página 362 - Practical Dietetics with Special Reference to Diet in Disease. By W. Oilman Thompson, MD , Professor of Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Clinical Medicine in the University of the City of New York : Visiting Physician to the Presbyterian and Bellevue Hospitals.
Página 23 - It has been proved that ether exists as such in the free state in the blood, but although it must come in close relation with the kidney it is not excreted by that organ to any appreciable extent. Nevertheless it has been demonstrated that in ether anesthesia the kidney becomes congested, and on microscopical examination the cells show cloudy swelling.
Página 59 - JE, aged forty-six years, was admitted to the German Hospital on November 17, 1893, suffering from injuries received by being struck by a locomotive. He had a compound fracture of the lower jaw, lacerated scalp wound and fracture of four ribs on the left side, with no other signs of injury. He died six hours later. Post-mortem examination revealed a hematothorax of the left side. The peritoneum was not perforated or otherwise injured, but the peritoneal cavity was filled with blood. The spleen was...

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