The Annual Medical Review and Register, Band 2


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Seite 105 - Observations on some of the most frequent and important Diseases of the Heart...
Seite 260 - A Dictionary of Practical Surgery. Containing a Complete Exhibition of the Principles and Practice of Surgery, collected from the best and most original sources of information, and illustrated by Critical Remarks. By Samuel Cooper, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, and author of the First Lines of the Practice of Surgery.
Seite 237 - Lectures on Diet and Regimen ; being a Systematic Inquiry into the most rational Means of preserving Health and prolonging Life : together with Physiological and Chemical Explanations ;' calculated chiefly for the Use of Families, in order to banish the prevailing Abuses and Prejudices in Medicine.
Seite 175 - A Letter in Reply to the Report of the Surgeons of the Vaccine Institution, Edinburgh; with an Appendix, containing a Variety of Interesting Letters on the Subject of Vaccination, and including a Correspondence with Dr.
Seite 181 - This impediment to my progress was not long removed before another, of far greater magnitude in its appearance, started up. There were not wanting instances to prove, that when the true cow-pox broke out among the cattle at a dairy, a person who had milked an infected animal, and had thereby apparently gone through the disease in common with others, was liable to receive the small-pox afterwards.
Seite 233 - Hints for the Treatment of the Principal Diseases of Infancy and Childhood, adapted to the use of Parents. By James Hamilton, MD Professor of Midwifery in the University, and Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh.
Seite 80 - ... shall not suspend or derogate from the force and effect of this present ratification, but shall be understood as herein included without the necessity of any new ratification in the Parliament of Scotland.
Seite 432 - How great the advantage of an early cure, is a question of no difficult solution. Eyes ORIGINALLY affected with cataracts contract an unsteady and rolling motion, which remains after their removal, and retards, even when it does not ultimately prevent, the full benefit of the operation. A person cured at a late period cannot overcome this awkward habit by the utmost exertion of reason or the efforts of the will.
Seite 330 - Effects; their Virtues, Doses, and the Diseases in which they are proper to be exhibited, are fully pointed out, and interspersed with some select Formula.
Seite 362 - A Treatise on the Diseases and Management of Sheep; with Introductory Remarks on their anatomical Structure; and an Appendix, containing Documents exhibiting the Value of the Merino Breed of Sheep, and their Progress in Scotland.

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