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Page 294 - Nelaton's guide, to detect any displacement of the femur at the hip joint, consists of a line drawn from the anterior superior spine of the ilium to the most prominent part of the tuberosity of the ischium.
Page 47 - Annual Report of the. Commissioners for Administering the Laws for Relief of the Poor in Ireland under the Medical Charities Act, 14 and 15 Vic.
Page 315 - In the various reports now published, more than 80,000 cases have been submitted to experiment, by means of which it has been perfectly established that syphilis is cured in a shorter time, and with less probability of inducing secondary syphilis, by the simple treatment.
Page 58 - Past millions of scattered population it moves innocuous ; through the unpolluted atmosphere of cleanly districts it migrates silently without a blow — that which it can kindle into poison lies not there. To the foul, damp breath of low-lying cities it comes like a spark to powder. Here is contained that which it can swiftly make destructive— soaked into soil, stagnant in water, griming the pavement, tainting the air — the slow rottenness of unremoved excrement, to which the first contact of...
Page 331 - III. — Torquay in its Medical Aspect as a Resort for Pulmonary Invalids. By C. RADCLYFFE HALL, MD, Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, Physician to the Torquay Hospital for Consumption, formerly Physician to the Bristol General Hospital, &c.
Page 285 - Society is instituted for the purpose of meeting certain acknowledged deficiencies in existing means for diffusing medical literature, which are not likely to be supplied by the efforts of individuals, and shall be called the
Page 241 - Fuchs shows, from extensive data, that in northern Europe it is most prevalent at the level of the sea, and that it decreases with increase of elevation to a certain point. At Marseilles, on the seaboard, the mortality from this, cause is 25 per cent. At Oldenburg, 80 feet above the sea, it is 30 per cent. ; at Hamburgh, 48 feet above the sea, it is 23 per cent.