Skin and Venereal Diseases, Volume 9

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Year Book Publishers, 1910
 

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Page 235 - A person practices medicine within the meaning of this act, except as hereinafter stated, who holds himself out as being able to diagnose, treat, operate, or prescribe for any human disease, pain, injury, deformity, or physical condition, and who shall either offer or undertake, by any means or method, to diagnose, treat, operate, or prescribe for any human disease, pain, injury, deformity, or physical condition.
Page 231 - practice surgery in the City of New York to the endangering of the lives and limbs of their patients, and many poor and ignorant persons inhabiting said city, who have been persuaded to become their patients, have been great sufferers thereby. For preventing such abuses for the future, be it enacted that no person whatever shall
Page 225 - and in the course of the employment, is caused to a workman, his employer shall be liable to pay compensation.
Page 231 - WHEREAS, many ignorant and unskilled persons in physic and surgery, in order to gain a subsistence, do take upon themselves to administer physic and practice surgery in the City of New York to the endangering of the lives and limbs of their patients, and many poor and ignorant persons inhabiting
Page 159 - that the prostate is in reality composed of twin organs, which in some of the lower animals remain distinct and separate throughout life, as they exist in the human male during the first four months of fetal existence. About that period in the human fetus they approach each other and their inner aspects become agglutinated,
Page 203 - governing eternally continuous progress; the web and woof of matter and force interweaving by slow degrees, without a broken thread, the veil which lies between us and the
Page 206 - to superior cleanliness. At any rate, it is surprising that he should picture to himself a superior intelligence plucking the hair from the backs of savage men (to whom, according to his own account, it would have been useful and beneficial), in order that the
Page 33 - Digestive tract symptoms were not present in all cases. In some cases diarrhea and stomatitis could be attributed to bad teeth, and infection with amebae and flagellates, but in other cases, the constitutional symptoms pointed to some additional specific poison. Patellar and plantar reflexes were abnormal in about three-fourths of the
Page 33 - usually increased. It was impossible to determine the exact extent of mental disturbance attributable to pellagra, as all patients were insane before the disease was recognized. No suicidal tendencies developed. Mild cases recovered without therapeutic aid. Severe cases were not much benefited by Fowler's solution, atoxyl, or
Page 207 - the poor shorn wretches might, after many deaths from .cold and damp in the course of many generations, have been forced to raise themselves in the scale of civilization through the practice of various arts, in the manner indicated by Mr. Wallace.

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