Edinburgh Medical Journal, Volume 18

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Sutherland and Knox, 1905 - Medicine
 

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Page xix - Of having been engaged, during a period of not less than three years, in acquiring a practical familiarity •with the details of Mechanical Dentistry, under the instruction of a competent Practitioner, or under the direction of the Superintendent of the Mechanical Department of a...
Page xxi - A candidate who shall produce satisfactory evidence of having passed an Examination for a Degree in Medicine, conducted at a University in the United Kingdom, in India, or in a British Colony, on the subjects of the Preliminary Science Examination, will be exempt from that Examination.
Page xxix - A captain after at least six years' service,* a major, or a nistinlieutenant-colonel, may be promoted to the next higher rank by Kuis(ie(i brevet for distinguished service in the field, or for distinguished """" service of an exceptional nature other than in the field.
Page xv - Wales, the Medical Officer of Health of a County or of a single Sanitary District having a population of not less than 50,000, or a Medical Officer of Health devoting his whole time to Public Health work...
Page xx - A course of lectures on dental mechanics. (d) A course of practical dental mechanics, including the manufacture and adjustment of six dentures and six crowns.
Page xxi - College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, or the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, or an Examination in...
Page 506 - ... not too long continued, the symptoms persist, and the signs of failure in pancreatic digestion and metabolism are manifesting themselves, the question of surgical treatment should be seriously considered, especially when the disease is associated with jaundice, for the condition is one that, if not relieved early, will certainly lead to serious degeneration of both the liver and pancreas, and become dangerous to life in several ways.
Page iv - A Degree in Arts of any University of the United Kingdom, or of the Colonies, or of such other Universities as may be specially recognised from time to time by the Medical Council.
Page xxxi - Company's service, and, so far as the requirements of the service will permit, they will have the choice of the Presidency in India to which they shall be appointed, according to the order of merit in which they stand on the list resulting from such examination.
Page xx - Dentistry, under the instruction of a competent practitioner. 10. Of having attended at a recognised dental hospital, or in the dental department of a recognised general hospital, the practice of Dental Surgery during the period of two years.

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