A Handbook of Therapeutics

Lewis, 1883 - 688 ˹

Դ繨ҡ - ¹Ԩó

辺Ԩó 觢ŷ

Ѻ - ٷ


˹ 667 - THE PHYSIOLOGY OF MAN. Designed to represent the Existing State of Physiological Science as applied to the Functions of the Human Body.
˹ 675 - DB St. JOHN ROOSA, MA, MD Professor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear in the University of the City of New York; Surgeon to the Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to the Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital, &c., &c.
˹ 675 - FREDERICK T. ROBERTS, MD, B.Sc., FRcP Examiner in Medicine at the Royal College of Surgeons ; Professor of Therapeutics in University College ; Physician to University College Hospital ; Physician to Brompton Consumption Hospital, &c.
˹ 666 - MODERN SURGERY; Its Progress and Tendencies. Being the Introductory Address delivered at University College at the opening of the Session 1873-74. Demy 8vo, is. DR. FERBER. MODEL DIAGRAM OF THE ORGANS IN THE THORAX AND UPPER PART OF THE ABDOMEN. With Letter-press Description. In 410, coloured, 5s.
˹ 673 - A TEXT-BOOK OF PRACTICAL MEDICINE, WITH " PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY. Translated from the Eighth German Edition, by special permission of the Author, by GEORGE H. HUMPHREY, MD, and CHARLES E. HACKLEY, MD, Revised Edition, 2 vols., large 8vo, 36s.
˹ 665 - Contributions to Reparative Surgery, showing its Application to the Treatment of Deformities produced by Destructive Disease or Injury ; Congenital Defects from Arrest or Excess of Development; and Cicatricial Contractions following Burns. Illustrated by Thirty Cases and fine Engravings.
˹ 672 - DR. MORITZ MEYER. Royal Counsellor of Health, &c. ELECTRICITY IN ITS RELATION TO PRACTICAL MEDICINE. Translated from the Third German Edition, with notes and additions by WILLIAM A. HAMMOND, MD With Illustrations, large 8vo, i8s.
˹ 268 - That mercury, cautiously given, does not, in a great majority of cases, do any injury to the general health, and that its local inconveniences may usually be prevented. ' That the doctrine of the real antidotal character of mercury in respect to syphilis, ought to lead to much more prolonged administration of it, with the hope of destroying utterly all lingering germs of the malady. "That most collected statistics as to...
˹ 674 - Physician to the Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest at Brompton, Assistant Physician to the Middlesex Hospital. ON CONSUMPTION AND ON CERTAIN DISEASES OF THE LUNGS AND PLEURA. Being a Second Edition revised and extended of " The Varieties of Pulmonary Consumption.
˹ 674 - RANNEY (AMBROSE L.). Applied Anatomy of the Nervous System, being a Study of this Portion of the Human Body from a Standpoint of its General Interest and Practical Utility, designed for Use as a Text-Book and as a Work of Reference.