The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Том 24

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J.B. Lippincott, Company, 1839

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Стр. 540 - THE MEDICAL FORMULARY: being a Collection of Prescriptions, derived from the writings and practice of many of the most eminent physicians of America and Europe. Together with the usual Dietetic Preparations and Antidotes for Poisons. To which is added an Appendix, on the Endermic u-se of Medicines, and on the use of Ether and Chloroform.
Стр. 124 - Very well, do you wish me now for any other purpose, or may I lie down and go to sleep ? ' I was a good deal surprised at this question, but told him that if he could sleep it would be very desirable. He immediately placed himself upon the bed, and fell into a profound sleep, and continued so until I was obliged to rouse him in order to undergo the operation. He exhibited the same fortitude, scarcely uttering a murmur, throughout the whole procedure, which, from the peculiar nature of his complaint,...
Стр. 287 - ... position, to live on the same diet, and take a solution of salts early the next morning. She went on perfectly well for five days, the catheter being removed daily. At this time I examined her by means of a speculum. I found that the stitches were quite firm, and that the wound had apparently healed in its whole extent. There was no oozing of water through it, though she was then lying on her back, and there was urine in the bladder, as it flowed through the catheter as soon as I introduced it....
Стр. 189 - ... in its substance; they then expand or belly out a little, and again grow smaller towards their outer or uterine end, which, in by far the greater number of them, is an open mouth when separated from the uterus; how it may be while they are adherent I cannot at present say. Some of them, which I have found more deeply imbedded in the decidua, were completely closed sacs. Their form is circular, or very nearly so; they vary in diameter from the twelfth to the sixth of an inch, and project about...
Стр. 124 - Upon entering his room I found him engaged in eating his breakfast. He received me with a pleasant smile upon his countenance, and said : ' Well, doctor, you find me taking breakfast, and I assure you I have had a good one. I thought it very probable that this might be my last chance, and therefore I was determined to enjoy it and eat heartily.
Стр. vi - The Annual Address to the Candidates for Degrees and Licenses in the Medical Institution of Yale College, February 26th, 1839.
Стр. 264 - A Dictionary of Medical Science, containing a Concise Account of the various Subjects and Terms, with the French and other Synonymes, Notices of Climate and of celebrated Mineral Waters, and Formula; for various officinal and empirical preparations.
Стр. v - SYSTEM OF ANATOMY, for the use of Students of Medicine. By CASPAR WISTAR.
Стр. 399 - On the other hand, we must be careful that we do not mistake for morbid changes those appearances which are caused by the instrument itself. For instance...
Стр. 114 - He has frequently told me that it was his custom, throughout the winter months, to rise at four o'clock in the morning. This hour being too early to disturb a servant, he was obliged to arrange his own fire. He would then sit down to his desk and prepare his lecture for the day; after which he would dress himself, and then take his breakfast, and leave his house between eight and nine o'clock, in order to attend to a most extensive and laborious practice. In addition to all this, he discharged his...

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