Southern Practitioner: An Independent Monthly Journal Devoted to Medicine and Surgery, Volume 30, Issue 5

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Page 251 - Pathology, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Otology, Rhinology, Laryngology, Hygiene, and Other Topics of Interest to Students and Practitioners.
Page 244 - The manufacturers of Listerine are proud of Listerine— because, it has proved one of the most successful formulae of modern pharmacy. This measure of success has been largely due to the happy thought of securing a two-fold antiseptic effect in the one preparation, ie, the antiseptic effect of the ozoniferous oils and ethers, and that of the mild, non-irritating boric acid radical of Listerine. Pharmacal...
Page 245 - ... its action is all that could be desired. In the grinding pains which precede and follow labor, and the uterine contractions which often lead to abortion, in...
Page 206 - The Physician of Many Years' Experience Knows that. TO OBTAIN IMMEDIATE RESULTS there is no remedy like Syr. Hypophos. Co., Fellows Many MEDICAL, JOURNALS specifically mention this Preparation as being of Sterling worth TRY IT AND PROVE THESE FACTS SPECIAL NOTE:— Fellows* Syrup Is never sold In bulk.
Page 251 - COSMETIC SURGERY. THE CORRECTION of Featural Imperfections. By Charles C. Miller, MD Including the Description of a Variety of Operations for Improving the Appearance of the Face. 136 Pages. 73 Illustrations. Prepaid, $1.50. Published by the Author, 70 State St., Chicago, 111.
Page 240 - Evidence is to include all forms of printed matter, educational leaflets, etc.; report showing increase of membership, organization, classes reached — such as labor unions, schools, churches, etc.; lectures given; influence in stimulating local Boards of Health, schools, dispensaries, hospitals for the care of tuberculosis; newspaper clippings of meetings held; methods of raising money ; method of keeping accounts. Each competitor must present a brief or report in printed form. No formal announcement...
Page 206 - ... to the effects of oxygen when exposed to light or heat, in the property of retaining the strychnine in solution, and in the medicinal effects. As these cheap and inefficient substitutes are frequently dispensed instead of the genuine preparation, physicians are earnestly requested, when prescribing the Syrup, to write "Syr. Hypophos., Fellows.
Page 242 - States, illustrating effective organization for the restriction of tuberculosis. Each medal will be accompanied by a diploma or certificate of award. IX. A gold medal and two silver medals are offered for the best exhibits sent in by any State or Country (the United States excluded), illustrating effective organization for the restriction of tuberculosis. Each medal will be accompanied by a diploma or certificate of award. X. A gold medal and two silver medals are offered for...
Page 219 - YORK CITY. Catarrhal conditions of the female genital organs are characterized by a discharge. This discharge must determine whether the condition is catarrhal or whether it is due to a growth. Making your diagnosis by exclusion with the aid of the microscope, determine that it is a catarrhal condition and treat it likewise. Gonorrhea is in the majority of instances the cause of vaginitis.

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