The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 109

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Cupples, Upham & Company, 1883 - Medicine
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Page 391 - Report on Medical Education, Medical Colleges, and the Regulation of the Practice of Medicine in the United States and Canada, 1765-1891.
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Page 262 - A strip of black indiarubber bandage, about two yards long, is to be doubled, and passed between the thighs, its centre lying between the tuber ischii of the side to be operated on and the anus. A common calico thigh roller must next be laid lengthways over the external iliac artery.
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Page 48 - THE Trustees of the Fiske Fund, at the annual meeting of the Rhode Island Medical Society, held at Providence, June 5, 1813, announced that they had awarded a premium of two hundred dollars to an essay on " Etiology, Pathology and Treatment of Phlebitis," bearing the motto:

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