Post-graduate, Volume 24, Part 2

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New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital., 1909
 

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Page 1131 - OGDEN ON THE URINE. Clinical Examination of the Urine and Urinary Diagnosis. A Clinical Guide for the Use of Practitioners and Students of Medicine and Surgery. By J. BERGEN OGDEN, MD, Instructor in Chemistry, Harvard University Medical School.
Page 971 - Research is to take cognizance of the fact that the clinic requires cold facts and conclusive methods, and upon these fundamental requirements the structure and the work of the American Association of Clinical Research are to be built. It is of the utmost scientific importance to establish conclusively all that is at present true in medicine and surgery, and only upon such proved knowledge, to base any further advancement. The clinic deals with clinical entities and not, like the laboratories, with...
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