The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Volume 18

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J.B. Lippincott, Company, 1849
 

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Page 316 - 1844. On Healthy and Diseased Structure, and the True Principles of Treatment for the Cure of Disease, especially Consumption and Scrofula ; founded on Microscopical Analysis. By William Addison, MD, FRS, Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians.
Page 7 - On the Influence upon Health of the Introduction of Tea and Coffee in large proportion into the Dietary of Children and the Labouring Classes. By Samuel Jackson, MD, Professor of the Institutes of Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania.
Page 316 - A Theoretical and Practical Treatise on Human Parturition. By H. Miller, MD Professor of Obstetrics and the Diseases of Women and Children, in the Medical Department of the University of Louisville. Louisville,
Page 441 - Theoretical and Practical Treatise on Human Parturition. By H. MILLER, MD Professor of Obstetrics and the Diseases of Women and Children, in the Medical Department of the University of Louisville. Louisville,
Page 79 - of the Introduction of Tea and Coffee in large proportion into the Dietary of Children and the Labouring Classes. By SAMUEL JACKSON, MD, Professor of the Institutes of Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania.
Page 496 - consists of those which have an external communication, comprehending wounds of all kinds, and compound fractures."* And then, he says, " The injuries of the first division, in which the parts do not communicate externally, seldom inflame ; while those of the second commonly both inflame and suppurate.
Page 317 - The Dispensatory of the United States of America. By George B. Wood, MD, Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy in the University of Pennsylvania, &c. &c.,
Page 3 - Treatise upon the Nature and Treatment of Morbid Sensibility of the Retina, or Weakness of Sight. Being the dissertation to which the Boylston Medical Prize for 1848 was awarded upon the following question : " What is the nature and best mode of treatment of that affection of the eyes commonly called morbid sensibility of the retina?
Page 435 - attend the disease. The contents of the overdistended vessels being compressed between the power derived from the heart and arterial system, urging it forward on its course, and the antagonistic resistance of the great veins leading to the right auricle, cause, occasionally, the capillaries to give way, causing a true

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