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fact that Dr. Kent Spender, of Bath, had pointed out in the March 1885 number of the Practitioner, that antimony in frequently repeated smnll doses ?th of a grain of tartar emetic, every hour or two… (More)
In consequence of his dread of instruments I called in another medical man who gave him chloroform, and I then passed a full-sized prostatic catheter into the bladder without any difficulty, there… (More)
Surgeon-Major Dimmock gave an introductory address on the subject of forms of puerperal fevers in India. The introductory part of the address dealt with the importance of the work of the Countess of… (More)
a height, with his left arm doubled up under his body. Not finding his usual medical attendant at home, he came to the General Hospital, where I saw him at about 6-30 a.m. I found he had sustained a… (More)