The Kansas City Medical Index-lancet, Bind 13,Oplag 12


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Side 368 - Diseases of the Lungs, Heart and Kidneys. By NS Davis, Jr., AM, MD, Professor of Principles and Practice of Medicine, Chicago Medical College ; Physician to Mercy Hospital...
Side 372 - Of the twenty-five operated upon but fourteen were of more than two years' standing, and hence were all that could be discussed with reference to their ultimate results. These fourteen were divisible into two classes of seven each , viz., those in which the disease had existed for more than six months before the operation, and those in which it had existed for less than six months before the operation.
Side 366 - ... the bronchial muscles into contraction. . But whatever the intimate nature of this condition may be, it is evidence • of nerve degradation, or nerve weakness, and strychnine, by elevating .the tone of these nerves, increases the controlling power of the same. A stimulant dose of strychnine will depend...

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