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Seite 412 - A Practical Synopsis of Cutaneous Diseases, according to the arrangement of Dr. Willan, exhibiting a Concise View of the Diagnostic Symptoms, and the Method of Treatment, Lon., 8vo, 3d ed., 1814; 8th ed., 1836.
Seite 218 - Seetla, and who has the direction of this malady) as well in my own person as by causing the father of the child to perform the like ceremonies; after which, I run the drenched string into a needle, and, drawing it through between the skin and flesh of the child's upper arm, leave it there, performing the same operation in both arms, which, always ensures an easy eruption...
Seite 500 - During his short and rapid literary career, he appeared to wield the thunderbolts iii his hand, and was an object of dread and adoration, like a kind of divinity. But where is his reputation now? It has sunk, since his death, as much below the true level, as it rose above it during his life-time.
Seite 504 - ... in favour of the revolution, and that he was a determined enemy to the old order of things, from which he had suffered so severely at his entrance into life. At this period he had influence enough to save the life of some men of merit: among others, of Darcet, who did not know the obligation he lay under to him till long after. At last his own life was threatened, and his influence of course utterly annihilated. During this unfortunate and disgraceful period, several of the most eminent literary...
Seite 414 - a very small and acuminated elevation of the cuticle, with an inflamed base, very seldom containing a fluid or suppurating, and commonly terminating in scurf.
Seite 415 - Vesicula ( Vesicle): a small orbicular elevation of the cuticle, containing lymph, which is sometimes clear and colorless, but often opaque, and whitish or pearl-colored. It is succeeded either by scurf, or by a laminated scab.
Seite 176 - The Modern Practice of Physic, "exhibiting the characters, causes, symptoms, prognostics, morbid appearances, and improved method of treating the diseases of all climates"; and James Makittrick Adair's Commentaries on the Principles and Practice of Physic, "Illustrated by pathological tables and practical cases.
Seite 347 - Thomas's and Guy's Hospitals. — The Winter Course of Lectures st these adjoining hospitals, will commence the beginning of October, viz. At St. Thomas's. — Anatomy and the Operations of Surgery, by Mr. Astley Cooper and Mr.