The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Band 57

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A. and C. Black, 1842
 

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Seite 239 - LEA'S MEDICAL RAMSBOTHAM (FRANCIS H.), MD THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF OBSTETRIC MEDICINE AND SURGERY, in reference to the Process of Parturition.
Seite 377 - This sensation can be nothing else than it is felt to be. Its very essence consists in being felt, and, when it is not felt, it is not. There is no difference between the sensation and the feeling of it— they are one and the same thing.
Seite 426 - ... their march thither. In the church the ordinary habiliments of the leper were removed ; he was clothed in a funeral pall ; and while placed before the altar between two trestles, the Libera was sung, and the mass for the dead celebrated over him. After this service, he was again sprinkled with holj water, and led from the church to the house or hospital destined for his future abode.
Seite 122 - ... the face, ears, and extremities ; together with a thickened and rugous state of the skin, a diminution or total loss of its sensibility, and a falling off of all the hair, except that of the scalp.
Seite 260 - Members and. licentiates in surgery of any legally constituted college of surgeons in the united kingdom, and graduates in surgery of any university requiring residence to obtain degrees, will be admitted for examination on producing their diploma, licence, or degree, together with proofs of being twenty-one years of age, olid of having been occupied at least four years in the acquirement of professional knowledge.
Seite 245 - ... of obstetrical knowledge. The illustrations are numerous, well selected, and appropriate, and engraved with great accuracy and ability. In short, we regard this work, between accurate descriptions and useful illustrations, as by far the most able work on the principles and practice of midwifery that has appeared for a long time. Dr.
Seite 260 - Surgeons thereto be members of one of the legally constituted Colleges of Surgeons in the United Kingdom ; nor from any School of Anatomy and Physiology or Midwifery, unless the teachers in such School be members of some legally constituted College of Physicians or Surgeons in the United Kingdom ; nor from any School of Surgery, unless the teachers in such School be members of one of the legally constituted Colleges of Surgeons in the...
Seite 260 - ... of being twenty-one years of age, and of having been occupied at least four years in the acquirement of professional knowledge. III. Graduates in medicine of any legally constituted college or university requiring residence to obtain degrees, will be admitted for examination on adducing, together with their diploma or degree, proof of having completed the anatomical and surgical education required by the foregoing regulations, either at the school...
Seite 369 - Pain of every kind is an uneasy sensation. When I am pained, I cannot say that the pain I feel is one thing, and that my feeling it is another thing.
Seite 377 - Let us next attend to the perception which we have in smelling a rose. Perception has always an external object ; and the object of my perception, in this case, is that quality in the rose which I discern by the sense of smell. Observing that the agreeable sensation is raised when the rose is near, and ceases when it is removed, I am led, by my nature, to conclude some quality to be in the rose, which is the cause of this sensation.

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