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Page 286 - MEDICINE. A Quarterly Digest of Advances, Discoveries, and Improvements in the Medical and Surgical Sciences. Edited by Hobart Amory Hare, MD, Professor of Therapeutics and Materia Medica in the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia.
Page 693 - Gynecology, Medical and Surgical. Outlines for students and practitioners, by Henry J. Garrigues, AM, MD, Gynecologist to St. Mark's Hospital in New York City; Consulting Obstetric Surgeon to the New York Maternity Hospital; Consulting Physician to the New York Mothers...
Page 414 - An Illustrated Dictionary of Medicine, Biology, and Allied Sciences." By GEORGE M. GOULD, AM, MD, Author of "The Student's Medical Dictionary," "30,000 Medical Words Pronounced and Defined," "The Meaning and the Method of Life," "Borderland Studies;" Editor of "American Medicine,
Page 410 - Nursing Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing. By EDWARD P. DAVIS, AM, MD, Professor of Obstetrics in the Jefferson Medical College and Philadelphia Polyclinic ; Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Philadelphia Hospital.
Page 26 - This morbidity, this mortality, increase in direct ratio with the inexperience, the carelessness, the surgical uncleanliness of the operator. The expert recognizes at once the making of a false passage and institutes proper treatment. High surgical skill may convert (as...
Page 265 - In one thousand operations for gallstone disease there were 50 deaths — 5 per cent. — counting as a death every patient operated upon who died in the hospital without regard to cause of death or length of time thereafter; 960 for benign disease, with 4.2 per cent.
Page 271 - ... two cases. Of the many cases of cancer of the body of the uterus coming under his observation only these two were seen early enough to make a diagnosis while the disease was limited to a very small area. Adenocarcinoma was found to be the variety of the disease in each case. It...
Page 412 - MANUAL OF OPERATIVE SURGERY. By John Fairbairn Binnie, AM, CM (Aberdeen), Professor of Surgery, Kansas City Medical College, Kansas City, Mo., Fellow of the American Surgical Association, Membre De La Societe Internationale De Chirurgie.
Page 150 - The exact nature of the disturbance of nitrogenous metabolism which is responsible for the clinical manifestations of the toxemia of pregnancy is a failure of oxidizing capacity on the part of the liver. For this reason, the proteid derivatives, principally amidoacids and ammonia, which are normally combined by the liver into urea, are no longer combined but circulate free in the blood in poisonous form, and are to some extent 'excreted by the kidneys.
Page 551 - ... scourge in an institution. (3) The highly contagious character of gonococcus vaginitis makes it imperative that children suffering from it should not remain in the same wards or dormitories with other children. A similar danger, though less in degree, exists with the gonococcus ophthalmia and acute gonococcus arthritis or pyemia.