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ILLUSTRATIONS OF URINE, URINARY DEPOSITS, and Calculi. 35 plates, containing upwards of 170 Figures carefully copied from the Objects, and lithographed; with descriptive letter-press.
"For convenience of reference, and as affording the readiest means of studying the Urine microscopically and chemically, we know of no work to be compared to the present, and we recommend it to the student and the busy practitioner of medicine."-Lancet.
"Dr. Beale has conferred a boon upon the profession by the publication of this work. The drawings are accurate and very numerous; the descriptions of the general characters of the deposits are clear, and the work is compact, and it will prove to be a valuable aid to the practitioner and student in examining the urine microscopically."-Ranking and Radcliffe's Half-yearly Abstract.
"We have before expressed our opinion of the very practical character of Dr. Beale's publications. The work at present before us is pre-eminently practical. It is exactly what the busy practitioner and the medical student alike require to enable them to become, with the least possible expenditure of time and trouble, what is in the present day so indispensable they should both be, practical microscopists."-Dublin Medical Press.
The above Work forms the first three numbers of ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE USE OF THE MICROscope in Clinical Medicine.
The Author proposes to issue further numbers of this work from time to time, as he meets with specimens suitable for illustrations. Where necessary, coloured plates will be introduced. Each part will contain from four to eight octavo plates, with descriptive letter-press, and three or four more parts will complete the work. The price of each part will be 2s. 6d.
Part IV. will be published as soon as possible; but, from the nature of the subjects to be illustrated, a longer time must elapse than heretofore, as it is difficult to meet with specimens adapted for illustration.
The Author hopes still to receive the co-operation of friends in procuring specimens, and he desires to thank many for very valuable help.
The subjects to be illustrated in future parts are,- -Vomit, Sputum, Discharges from the Alimentary Canal, Saliva, Bile, Animal and Vegetable Parasites, &c.
TABLES FOR THE PRACTICAL CHEMICAL AND Microscopical Examination of Urine, Urinary Deposits, and Calculi.
These Tables are used by Dr. Beale in his Course of Demonstrations on Urine, Urinary Deposits & Calculi.
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ON URINE, URINARY DEPOSITS, AND CALCULI.
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THE ANATOMY OF THE LIVER. 66 Photographs of the Author's drawings. 8vo. 6s. 6d.
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HOW TO WORK WITH THE MICROSCOPE.
Guide to the Practical Use of the Instrument, with directions for examining and preserving Specimens, &c.
With XXVIII. Plates containing upwards of 150 separate Figures with Explanation.
I. The Simple and Compound Microscope-Makers of Microscopes-Choice of a Microscope-Travelling and Dissecting Microscopes.
Examination of Objects by Reflected, Transmitted, and Polarized Light-
III. Instruments required for Dissection-Valentin's Knife, &c.-Cements-
IV. On making Cells-Brunswick Black, and different forms of Glass, Cells for
V. On examining objects in the Microscope-Muscular Tissue-Of making
VI. Of Preserving different Structures permanently-Of separating Deposits
VII. Of Injecting-Apparatus, &c. - Of Natural and Artificial Injections-
VIII. Of the use of Chemical Reagents in Microscopical Investigation-Fallacies
Tables for practising the use of the Microscope and Manipulation.
"The lectures of Dr. Beale are excellently adapted for the purpose to which they are devoted. The directions are plain and intelligible, and the student who follows the successive steps here offered to him can scarcely fail to understand the uses and mechanism of the microscope. *** The last lecture is probably the most important and full of originality, and its first part treats of what may be fairly called the Chemistry of Microscopy. The use of chemical reagents in microscopical investigations is the very refinement of Chemistry, and its advantages in examining the minimum of quantity are at once apparent. The Author's opinion on this branch of minute inquiry we freely give, as it opens out a new field of research which has hitherto been left almost untouched."-MedicoChirurgical Review.
"This is one of the most useful and practical works which has yet issued from the press on the subject of the microscope; it is not only likely to prove of the utmost value to the student, but also to the busy practitioner who may find time profitably to consult its pages. *** This little work will supply the student with everything he desires to know about the microscope, it will teach him to study it practically, and without saying too much, it will fully explain to him How to work with the microscope." We recommend it to every one with satisfaction."-The Lancet.
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HOW TO WORK WITH THE MICROSCOPE