The Saint Louis Medical Reporter, 3

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P.M. Pinckard, 1869
 

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˹ 687 - Kansas ; provided, that in all cases when any person has been continuously engaged in the practice of medicine for a period of ten years or more, he shall be considered to have complied with the provisions of this act, and that where persons have been in continuous practice of medicine for five years or more they shall be allowed two years in which to comply with such provisions.
˹ 74 - She began to look upon her plumpness with suspicion ; for her mother was very fat, and she was afraid of becoming like her. Accordingly, she consulted a woman, who advised her to drink a small glass of vinegar daily; the young lady followed her advice, and her plumpness diminished. She was delighted with the success of the remedy, and continued it for more than a month.
˹ 688 - ... and upon conviction for a second violation of this act, shall, in addition to the above fine, be imprisoned in the County Jail of the County in which...
˹ 687 - SEC. 2. Any person living in the State of Ohio, or any person coming into said State, who shall practice medicine, or attempt to practice medicine in any of its departments, or perform or attempt to perform any surgical operation upon any person within the limits of said State, in violation of SEC. 1 of this act, shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars...
˹ 412 - When a person is mortally bitten by the cobra de capello, molecules of living ' germinal ' matter are thrown into the blood and speedily grow into cells, and as rapidly multiply, so that in a few hours millions upon millions are produced at the expense, as far as I can at present see, of the oxygen absorbed into the blood during inspiration ; hence the gradual decrease and ultimate extinction of combustion and chemical change in every other part of the body, followed by coldness, sleepiness, insensibility,...
˹ 154 - ... variety of keen and instructed minds, of minds sceptical in the best and true sense of that word, must lead at length, tardily perhaps, but surely, to a better ascertainment of the rules...
˹ 743 - Thus neuralgic headache, periodic headache, hysterical headache, and even many kinds of dyspeptic headache, are almost invariably relieved by it ; and although the relief of a symptom is a very different affair, of course, from the removal of its cause, yet no...
˹ 189 - Flora of the Southern United States : containing Abridged Descriptions of the Flowering Plants and Ferns of Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida: arranged according to the Natural System by AW Chapman, MD The Ferns by Daniel C.
˹ 611 - ... condition of doctrinal pathology must necessarily partake of whatever imperfection may be found in the correlative science of physiology. Again, we have attained to a great degree of certainty in the detection of disease in the living body.
˹ 611 - To me it has been a life-long wonder how vaguely, how ignorantly, how rashly drugs are often prescribed. We try this, and, not succeeding, we try that, and, baffled again, we try something else ; and it is fortunate if we do no harm in these our tryings.

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