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DIGITALIS IN THE FIRST AND SECOND STAGES OF PNEUMONIA.Read by Title, in the Section of Practice of Medicine and Physiology, at the Forty-second Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, held at Washington, D. C., May, 1891.

Ziemssen gives 50 per. cent, of deaths from pneumonia following measles. He lost one-half of his pneumonia patients under one year of age; two-fifths of those from one to three years; and one-fourth of those above three. The ratio of deaths from pneumonia...

Transcribed letter from Andrew Inglis Clark to Edward Ivey

Clark Letter to Edward Ivey.The 'Ted' in the letter is Edward Ivey, a close friend of Clark's from the 1870s. Ivey was an active member of the Minerva Club. Ivey, a grocer, was active in Hobart mercantile life. A degree of defensiveness shown by Clark...

Second Leiter Building

View looking up the west facade, depicting expressed structural frame; Renowned as one of the nation's most important early examples of skeletal-frame commercial architecture, this building is discussed in every major history of American architecture....

THE BASIS OF SCIENTIFIC MEDICINE AND THE PROPER METHODS OF INVESTIGATION.Introductory Lecture delivered in the Post-Graduate Medical School of Chicago, fanuary 6, 1891.

Gentlemen and Members of the Medical Projession:We have assembled this evening to inaugurate the first formal course of post-graduate medical instruction in this building, recently completed and dedicated to the interests of the sick and to an important...

The “Boundary Line”.

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THE TREATMENT OF THE FIRST STAGE OF ACUTE LOBAR PNEUMONIA.Read in the Section of Practice of Medicine and Physiology, at the Forty-second Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, held at Washington, D. C, May 5-8, 1891.

In an editorial article in one of our leading medical journals an eminent writer has recently said that the "treatment of acute lobar pneumonia is still a reproach to our art, even more so than phthisis pulmonalis, and there is no subject which deserves...

GROWTH OF THE CEMENTUM.

In the year 1858 Magitot, a French histologist, claims to have found within the follicle of a developing tooth a special organ for the development of the cementum. In 1861 Robin and Magitot made a presentation of the same facts anew. With the exception...

A PLEA FOR EAREY VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMY FOR CANCER OF THE UTERUS.Read in the Section of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, at the Forty-first Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, held in Nashville, Tenn., May, 1890.

It is, at present, a generally conceded fact that cancer can be permanently eradicated from the human body if the parts of primary development and subsequent invasion can, early in the progress of disease, be absolutely separated and removed from the...

SECTION OF OPHTHALMOLOGY.RECORD OF THE MEETINGS.

The sessions of this Section were held in the afternoon of May 5th, 6th and 7th, in the Medical Department of Georgetown University.The chairman opened the first meeting with an address which contained very valuable suggestions in regard to promoting...

Book Reviews : THE ELEMENTS OF JURISPRUDENCE. By THOMAS ERSKINE HOLLAND, D.C.L., LL.D. Fifth Edition. Pp. xix, 390. Oxford: Clarendon Press, I890

Book Reviews : THE ELEMENTS OF JURISPRUDENCE. By THOMAS ERSKINE HOLLAND, D.C.L., LL.D. Fifth Edition. Pp. xix, 390. Oxford: Clarendon Press, I890

A RERORT OF THREE SUPRA-VAGINAL HYSTERECTOMIES AND SIMILAR CASES TREATED BY ELECTROLYSIS.Read in the Section of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, at the Forty-second Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, held at Washington, D. C., May,

Mrs. L., age 48, was married at 28. Menstruation began at 16. This function continued regularly, painlessly, normally, throughout her unmarried life and during her married life until six months ago, when she began to menstruate on alternate months. She...

Pravoslavno-christianskij vzgljad.

Repositories: HUL, LC, RNB.Notes: on the front board: 28bV/ D Dub, on the last page: 9 VII.Condition: paperback, soiled front and back covers.Miscellanea: a handwritten letter in Cyrillic between pp. 76/77.

HOW SHOULD CATARACT OPERATIONS BE PERFORMED?Read in the Section of Ophthalmology, at the Forty-second Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, held at Washington, D. C., May, 1891.

That the technique of cataract operations is the most important element in success, no ophthalmic surgeon questions. Every improved step in the removal of an opaque lens has advanced the percentage of cures, until failures are the very rare exception,...

EMPYEMA.A Lecture delivered at the Post-Graduate Medical School, Chicago, January 24, 1891.

No surgical procedure is so little studied and so often overlooked with such deplorable consequences as empyema.One of my neighbors, who is quite deaf, recognized a case of right-sided empyema in a man 36 years old, and sent him immediately to one of...

The Sanitary Condition of Southend.

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Double Star Observations made in 1890 with the 36 inch Equatorial of the Lick Observatory

Double Star Observations made in 1890 with the 36 inch Equatorial of the Lick Observatory

Etiology of Scarlet Fever.

Journal of A.M.A.—Dear Sir: In your last issue you say you will take pleasure in publishing communications on cases like the following, and as it will probably be of some value in the etiology of scarlet fever, I will report it. Six weeks ago yesterday.Chattie...

Shall The Journal be Removed to Washington

To the Editor: —I am opposed to moving The Journal to Washington or any other city. The suggestion of Dr. Dimmitt's (January 17) is a good one.Springfield, Ill., Jan. 19, 1891.

Shall The Journal be Removed to Washington

To the Editor: —I can see nothing to be gained by removing The Journal to Washington, D. C.; while, on the other hand, by so doing you leave one of the best medical centres in the world, and take The Journal to the extreme border of its circulation,...

Shall The Journal be Removed to Washington

To the Editor: —Had I a dozen votes on the location of The Journal not one of them would be cast for Washington; it should, in my opinion, be published at some central point: Chicago, Cincinnati, or St. Louis; but if it is to go East, let it be to Philadelphia,...

Book Review:Luxury. Emile de Laveleye

Book Review:Luxury. Emile de Laveleye

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