The St. Louis Medical Review, Volume 50

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St. Louis Medical Review Association, 1904
 

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Page 336 - Pathology, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Otology, Rhinology, Laryngology, Hygiene, and Other Topics of Interest to Students and Practitioners.
Page 112 - Seriously, is it not an astonishing fact, that though on the treatment of offspring depend their lives or deaths, and their moral welfare or ruin ; yet not one word of instruction on the treatment of offspring is ever given to those who will hereafter...
Page 408 - In applying for this examination the exact title as given at the head of this announcement should be used in the application. As examination papers are shipped direct from the Commission to the places of examination, it is necessary that applications be received in ample time to arrange for the examination desired at the place indicated by the applicant. The Commission will therefore arrange to examine any applicant whose application is received in time to permit the shipment of the necessary papers....
Page 56 - Anatomy, physiology, chemistry, histology, materia medica, therapeutics, preventive medicine, practice of medicine, surgery, obstetrics, diseases of women and children, diseases of the nervous system, diseases of the eye and ear, medical jurisprudence and such other branches as the board shall deem advisable...
Page 224 - Diseases of the Intestines and Peritoneum. By Dr. Hermann Nothnagel, of Vienna. The entire volume edited, with additions, by Humphrey D. Rolleston, MD, FRCP, Physician to St. George's Hospital, London, England. Octavo volume 'of 1032 pages, fully illustrated.
Page 238 - All forms of bathing during the menstrual period are largely a matter of habit, and usually can be acquired by cautious and gentle progression, but not for every woman does this hold good, and surf bathing, where the body surface remains chilled for some time, should always be excepted. (2) A daily tepid sponge bath (85 to 92 F.) during the menstrual period is not only a harmless proceeding, but is demanded by the rules of hygiene.
Page 60 - State board of health for verification as to its genuineness. If the diploma Is found to be genuine, and...
Page 329 - Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered as wishing to renew their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid.
Page 63 - X-rays, viz., in certain inflammatory diseases of the skin, like eczema, psoriasis, lupus erythematosua and lichen planus; in certain bacterial diseases of the skin, like acne, sycosis, lupus vulgaris and blastomycosis ; in certain diseases where we wish to cause destruction of tissues of low resistance, as in lupus vulgaris, carcinoma and sarcoma. These are exactly the indications for the therapeutic use of X-rays, and future experience alone can determine which of the two agents will prove of the...
Page 144 - I was nothing glad that this man should come first, fearing our not curing him might discourage others. However, I looked up to God, and said, 'Take this three or four times a day. If it does you no good, it will do you no harm.

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