The Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science: Consisting of Original Communications, Reviews, Retrospects, and Reports, Including the Latest Discoveries in Medicine, Surgery, and the Collateral Sciences, Volume 32
Hodges and Smith, 1861 - Medicine
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Page 449 - A SYSTEM of SURGERY, Theoretical and Practical. In Treatises by Various Authors.
Page xx - Plates. 8vo. cloth, 12s. 6d. LECTURES ON THE GERMS AND VESTIGES OF DISEASE, and on the Prevention of the Invasion and Fatality of Disease by Periodical Examinations. 8vo.
Page 135 - The patient is thus exposed to the influence of three agents, heated air, common steam, and the vapour of mercury, which is thus applied to the whole surface of the body in a moist state. After the patient has remained in the bath from five to ten minutes, perspiration generally commences, and by the end of twenty or thirty minutes, beyond which I do not prolong the bath, it is generally excessive.
Page xvii - Second edition. Large crown 8vo. Cloth, price 7*. 6d, SMITH (Edward), MD, LL.B., FRS Health and Disease, as Influenced by the Daily, Seasonal, and other Cyclical Changes in the Human System. A New Edition.
Page 343 - THE JOURNAL OF MENTAL SCIENCE. Published by authority of the Association of Medical Officers of Asylums and Hospitals for the Insane.
Page xxii - THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES, EDITED BY ISAAC HAYS, MD, is published Quarterly, on the first of January, April, July, and October. Each number contains at least two hundred and eighty large octavo pages, handsomely and appropriately illustrated, wherever necessary.
Page 404 - ... integuments, the masseter and temporal muscles, passed under the zygomatic arch, and (probably) fracturing the temporal portion of the sphenoid bone, and the floor of the orbit of the left eye, entered the cranium, passing through the anterior left lobe of the cerebrum, and made its exit in the median line, at the junction of the coronal and sagittal sutures, lacerating the longitudinal sinus, fracturing the parietal and frontal bones extensively, breaking up considerable portions of brain, and...
Page 81 - ... beyond the angle of the lower jaw, below the lobe of the ear, and thence down the sides of the neck...
Page 136 - ... and, unlike all the other preparations, leaves scarcely any ash behind it. From five grains to half a drachm of the iodide is sufficient, and it is better to use it in small quantities, mixed with a larger quantity of either of the other preparations. In affections of the testes (sarcocele) and of the bones (the various forms of ostitis, or periostitis) a combination of a scruple of the iodide, and one or two drachms of the bisulphuret or binoxide would be a proper form.