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Page 354 - Unto the woman he said: I will greatly multiply thy sorrow and thy conception. In sorrow shall thou bring forth children, and thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee.
Page 56 - of its dangerous qualities ; but that, notwithstanding these, it would be tried provided he gave his consent. This he did willingly. Accordingly on the first attack after this a powder, containing four grains of ground biscuit, was administered every seven minutes, while the greatest anxiety was expressed (within the hearing of the patient) lest too
Page 330 - IV. The Preventable Causes of Disease, Injury, and Death in American Manufactories and Workshops, and the Best Means and Appliances for Preventing and Avoiding Them. By George H. Ireland, Springfield, Mass.
Page 117 - the heavy work of the world is not done by men who eat meat. The Roman soldiers, who built such wonderful roads and carried a weight of armor and luggage that would crush the average farm-hand, lived on coarse brown bread and sour wine. They were temperate in diet and regular
Page 158 - The Rules of Aseptic and Antiseptic Surgery. A Practical Treatise for the Use of Students and the General Practitioner. By Arpad G. Gerster, MD, Professor of Surgery at the New York Polyclinic.
Page 45 - by insanity, five recover and five die sooner or later during the attack. Of the five who recover, not more than two remain well during the rest of their
Page 240 - necessary is the distance between the anterior superior spines, which is taken with the tape. Turning now to the table, if the line which represents the amount of difference in inches between the real and apparent shortening is followed until it intersects the line which represents the pelvic breadth, the angle of deformity will be found in degrees where they
Page 240 - real shortening, it is abducted. Take an example : Length (from anterior superior spine) of right leg, 23 ; left leg, 22£ ; length (from umbilicus) of right leg, 25 ; left leg, 23 ; difference between real and practical shortening, 1-J inches ; pelvic measurement, 7 inches. If we follow the line for
Page 210 - A Practical Treatise on Diseases of the Skin. By John V. Shoemaker, AM, MD, Professor of Skin and Venereal Diseases in the Médico-Chirurgical College and Hospital of Philadelphia.
Page 125 - amaurosis without changes in the eye visible to the ophthalmoscope, even should the usual accompanying symptoms, such as dizziness, nausea, and threatened convulsions, be absent, their supervention is soon to be anticipated ; and the immediate induction of premature labor is indicated, without waiting until the life, as well as the sight, of the patient is in danger.