Buffalo Medical Journal, Volume 8

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1854 - Medicine
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Page 660 - The Pathology and Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis; and on the local medication of Pharyngeal and Laryngeal Diseases frequently mistaken for, or associated with., Phthisis. By JOHN HUGHES BENNETT, MD, FRSE, Professor of the Institutes of Medicine and of Clinical Medicine in the University of Edinburgh, etc., etc.,
Page 460 - I know it is a sin For me to sit and grin At him here; Bat the old three-cornered hat, And the breeches, and all that
Page 54 - moved to substitute Detroit, Michigan, in place of Nashville. A resolution was offered that the whole subject be referred to a special committee of five, to be appointed by the chair. Laid on the table. The question was now taken, on the motion of Dr. Palmer, and it was adopted.
Page 352 - Dictionary of Terms used in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences. By RICHARD D. HOBLTN, AM, Oxon. A new American from the last London edition. Revised, with numerous additions, by ISAAC HATS, MD, Editor of the American Journal of the Medical
Page 350 - Medicine and Surgery in University College, London, and Opthalmic Surgeon to the Hospital. With one hundred and seventy-five illustrations. From the fourth revised and enlarged London Edition. With Notes and Additions, by ADDINELL HEWSON, AM, MD, one of the Surgeons to Wills Hospital for Diseases of the Eye; Lecturer on Surgery in the Philadelphia Association for Medical Instruction, etc., etc. Philadelphia: Blanchard & Lea. 1855.
Page 335 - ART. IV. — Yellow Fever, considered in its Historical, Pathological, Etiological, and Therapeutical Relations. Including a Sketch of the Disease as it has occurred in Philadelphia from 1699 to 1854. With an Examination of the Connections between it and the Fevers known under the same name in other parts of Temperate, as well as in Tropical, Regions. By R. LA ROCHE, MD, Member of the American Philosophical
Page 223 - The soul of Jonathan was knit with the soul of David; and Jonathan loved him as his own soul.
Page 118 - offered the following: Resolved, That no state or local society shall be hereafter entitled to representation in this association, that has not adopted its Code of Ethics. Resolved, That no state or local society, that has intentionally violated or discarded any article or clause
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Page 521 - 1. A right state and composition of the blood, or other nutritive material. "2. A regular and not far distant supply of such blood. "3. (At least in most cases) a certain influence of the nervous system. "4. A natural state of the part to be. maintained.

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