The New England Medical Gazette, Volume 6

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Medical Gazette Publishing Company, 1871 - Homeopathy
 

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Page 141 - I received the degree of doctor of medicine from the college of physicians and surgeons, Baltimore (University of Maryland) in 1896.
Page 212 - ... cure, by administering a medicinal potency chosen exactly in accordance with the similitude of symptoms, a somewhat stronger, similar, artificial morbid affection is implanted upon the vital power deranged by a natural disease; this artificial affection is substituted, as it were, for the weaker similar natural disease (morbid...
Page 70 - Practice, (h) 6. Of having, subsequently to the completion of his attendance on Surgical and Medical Hospital Practice, attended to Practical Medicine, Surgery, or Obstetric Medicine, with special charge of patients, in a Hospital, Infirmary, Dispensary, or Parochial Union, during six months.
Page 470 - If so the tyrant or his minion doom. Want and incurable disease, (fell pair!) On hopeless multitudes remorseless seize At once, and make a refuge of the grave. How groaning hospitals eject their dead ! What numbers groan for sad admission there! What numbers, once in Fortune's lap high fed, Solicit the cold hand of Charity?
Page 77 - This is a sure thing," said the head of the Syndicate, who was a model merchant. "There are no flies on this Cow. Let us put our Trust in Her and put Her in our Trust, for it is a poor rule that will not work both ways." The Cow gave her consent by silence, as is usual in such cases. Harmony being thus restored, the Flies settled themselves on her neck and drew their Dividends from her Circulating Medium. '• 'The Cow began to run. When they were full, those of the Syndicate who had talent for...
Page 268 - ... and for a number of days abstaining religiously from certain viands; you would swear it was he who had had the child. * * * I had read about this in old times, and laughed at it, never thinking I could believe such madness ; and I used...
Page 63 - In the healthy condition of man the spiritual vital force, the dynamis that animates the material body rules with unbounded sway, and retains all the parts of the organism in admirable, harmonious, vital operation, with respect to both sensations and functions, so that our indwelling reason-gifted mind can employ this living, healthy machine for the higher purposes of our existence.
Page 223 - It arises from the under surface of the apex of the petrous portion of the temporal bone, and from the...
Page 268 - lest some ruder breath of air should touch him, fasting, ' kept in private, and for a number of days abstaining ' religiously from certain viands : you would swear it ' was he who had had the child. ... I had read ' about this in old times, and laughed at it, never think...
Page 89 - The true test of a remedy for tetanus is its influence on the history of the disease...

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