British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of Practial Medicine and Surgery, Volume 51

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Page 266 - FRS THE SCIENCE AND ART OF SURGERY: Being a Treatise on Surgical Injuries, Diseases, and Operations. With 984 Illustrations.
Page 527 - Annual Report of the Supervising Surgeon of the Marine Hospital Service of the United States, for the Fiscal Year 1873 (July I, 1872 to July 30, 1873).
Page 267 - Cooper's Dictionary of Practical Surgery and Encyclopaedia of Surgical Science. New Edition, brought down to the present time. By SA LANE, Surgeon to St.
Page 78 - Aristotle over two thousand years ago, that "probably all art and all wisdom have often been already fully explored and again quite forgotten.
Page 288 - ... of the parts concerned, clear enough to enable any good anatomist, possessing the judgment requisite for a surgeon, to operate with safety. I hope no operator of any other description may ever attempt it. It is my most ardent wish that this operation may remain, to the mechanical surgeon, forever incomprehensible.
Page 267 - The Diagnosis, Pathology, and Treatment of Diseases of Women ; including the Diagnosis of Pregnancy. By GRAILY HEWITT, MD &c. President of the Obstetrical Society of London. Second Edition, enlarged; with 116 Woodcut Illustrations. 8vo. 24s. Lectures on the Diseases of Infancy and Childhood. By CHARLES WEST, MD &c.
Page 166 - OUTLINES OF SURGERY AND SURGICAL PATHOLOGY, including the Diagnosis and Treatment of Obscure and Urgent Cases, and the Surgical Anatomy of some Important Structures and Regions, by F. LE GROS CLARK, FRS, Consulting Surgeon to St. Thomas's Hospital. Second Edition, Revised and Expanded by the Author, assisted by WW WAGSTAFFE, FRCS, Assistant-Surgeon to St.
Page 448 - Professor of the Institutes of Medicine and Materia Medica in the University of New York.
Page 278 - ... globules of Gluge, I, the pus cell, GH, and disintegrated blood and other cells, may all be sometimes seen floating in either a clear or a turbid fluid. To find them all present in one specimen, however, is rare ; more commonly we can discover but three or four of them in the fluid. But, no matter what other cells may be present or absent, the cell which is almost invariably found in these fluids is the granular cell.
Page 52 - Ail the diseases termed inflammatory are characterised chemically by an excess in the quantity of fibrin found in the blood ; while in other diseases, in the eruptive fevers, for example, there is a diminution in the proportion of fibrin. Though they present the one characteristic in common, they are not the less. on that account, essentially different diseases. It is neither the excess nor the deficiency in the proportion of fibrin, but the specific cause which dominates the alteration in the blood,...

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