Medical Record, 17

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George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman
W. Wood., 1880
 

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˹ 244 - ... meeting to be held the latter part of May, 1919. (Adopted.) The following recommendations were submitted by Mr. Woods in behalf of the Division of Biology and Agriculture: That the present Committee on Bibliography of the Division of Biology and Agriculture be continued with the addition of two members to be appointed by the Chair, and that this committee be instructed to cooperate with Mr. Yerkes of the Research Information Service. (Adopted.) That the Fertilizer Committee of the Division of...
˹ 184 - The Auditing Committee reported that they had examined the accounts of the treasurer, and had found them correct in every particular.
˹ 217 - Convention for the same purpose, in the year 1860, by the following resolutions : " 1. The President of this Convention shall, on the first day of May, 1859, issue a notice requesting the several incorporated State Medical Societies, the incorporated Medical Colleges, the incorporated Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons, and the incorporated Colleges of Pharmacy, throughout the United States...
˹ 158 - ... employed it. The author of the paper then presented the character of the disease, its pathology, its differential diagnosis, and its treatment. By the kindness of medical gentlemen who had furnished him with complete notes of cases which...
˹ 208 - FIRST LINES OF THERAPEUTICS ; as based on the Modes and the Processes of Healing, as occurring Spontaneously in Disease ; and on the Modes and the Processes of Dying, as resulting Naturally from Disease. In a series of Lectures.
˹ 260 - ... through filtering-paper until it comes through perfectly bright. It is rich in diastase, and contains maltose in considerable quantity. As it is liable to fermentation, it should be freshly prepared each day ; or it may be preserved by adding a few drops of chloroform to the infusion, and keeping it well corked. He thinks that the malt preparation will prove of more service if taken with the food than after the meal, as by so doing it will become thoroughly mixed with the food. An excellent way...
˹ 166 - He states that the part to which it is applied is rapidly destroyed to a depth corresponding to the thickness of the superimposed layer ; the slough is of a white color, and separates usually on the fifth or sixth day, leaving behind it, when the whole morbid tissue is removed, a red, granulating, healthy, and rapidly citrazing wound.
˹ 364 - ... stomach and throat, severe headache, cold perspiration, weak and rapid pulse, all of which continued for twenty-four hours, with more or less severity. Both sulphuric ether and chloroform had previously, on several occasions, produced similar symptoms, but not so severely." Any agent which in four minutes...
˹ 166 - ... and a disadvantage ; an advantage in so far that it prevents all fear of the caustic ever unnecessarily affecting any of the healthy contiguous surfaces and parts, and renders its application and use far more simple and certain ; and a disadvantage, because when we wish to apply it to a nonulcerated structure, we must first remove the intervening epithelium by a small blister, or more effectually by the application of an alkaline or acid caustic.
˹ 58 - Section of the facial behind the origin of the chorda tympani destroys the sense of taste only after a lapse of time, and this not because the facial at this point contains gustatory filaments, but because the nerve is cut off suddenly from its supply and has received such a shock that it undergoes degeneration. If the chorda tympani be drawn out at the point where we first notice its filaments of origin and divided, the sense of taste will be almost entirely destroyed. If the nerve of Wrisberg be...

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