The New York Polyclinic, Volumes 3-4

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New York Polyclinic, 1894
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Page 34 - Surgeon in charge of the Nose, Throat and Ear Department of the Northern Dispensary of Philadelphia; formerly Assistant in the Nose and Throat...
Page 188 - AND URINARY DIAGNOSIS : A Manual for the Use of Physicians, Surgeons, and Students. By Charles W. Purdy...
Page 19 - ... given every hour during the day and every two hours during the night.
Page 188 - Disease and Allied Affections of the Kidneys;" also of "Diabetes- Its Causes, Symptoms and Treatment.
Page 90 - ... courses and similar agencies. The University is a supervisory and administrative, not a teaching institution. It is a state department and at the same time a federation of more than 500 institutions of higher and secondary education. Government. The University is governed and all...
Page 91 - The institutions of the university shall include all institutions of higher education which are now or may hereafter be incorporated in this state, and such other libraries, museums or other institutions for higher education as may, in conformity with the ordinances of the regents, after official inspection, be admitted to or incorporated by the university.
Page 111 - If the accused was conscious that the act was one which he ought not to do, and if that act was at the same time contrary to the law of the land, he is punishable...
Page 24 - Health Department to adopt the rule, that no person who has suffered from diphtheria shall be considered free from contagion until it has been shown by bacteriological examination, made after the disappearance of the membrane from the throat, that the throat secretions no longer contain the diphtheria bacilli, and that until such examinations have shown such absence all cases in boarding-houses, hotels, and tenementhouses must remain isolated and under observation. Disinfection of the premises therefore...
Page 24 - That it is acquired by the direct transmission of the tubercle bacillus from the sick to the healthy, usually by means of the dried and pulverized sputum floating as dust in the air.
Page 32 - Noggerath's statements are literally true, sterile women and fruitless marriages would be far more common, and the increase in the race would be greatly lessened, for there are a surprisingly large percentage of men, judging from his experience, who, if they confessed the truth, have suffered at some time in their lives with gonorrhea.

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