The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Volume 21

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Samuel Highley, 1858

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Página 100 - Mr. Cooper takes credit to himself, and is, we think, Justified in doing so, for the great care bestowed upon the work to insure accuracy as to facts and dates; and he is right perhaps in saying that his dictionary is the most comprehensive work of its kind in the English language."— -PoM Mall Gazette.
Página 60 - ... perfect correspondence would be perfect life. Were there no changes in the environment but such as the organism had adapted changes to meet ; and were it never to fail in the efficiency with which it met them ; there would be eternal existence and universal knowledge.
Página 171 - Lectures on the Principles and Practice of Physic. Delivered at King's College, London, by THOMAS WATSON, MD, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, &c., &c.
Página 59 - DR. WHITEHEAD, FRCS ON THE TRANSMISSION FROM PARENT TO OFFSPRING OF SOME FORMS OF DISEASE, AND OF MORBID TAINTS AND TENDENCIES.
Página 46 - A condition of the mind in which a false action of conception or judgment, a defective power of the will, or an uncontrollable violence of the emotions and instincts have, separately or conjointly, been produced by disease.
Página 182 - AN EXPOSITORY LEXICON OF THE TERMS, ANCIENT AND MODERN, IN MEDICAL AND GENERAL SCIENCE, including a complete MEDICAL AND MEDICO-LEGAL VOCABULARY, and presenting the correct Pronunciation, Derivation, Definition, and...
Página 60 - is a definite combination of heterogeneous changes, both simultaneous and successive, in correspondence with external coexistences and sequences.
Página 375 - Likewise, however it be accounted for, the criminal commerce of the sexes corrupts and depraves the mind and moral character more than any single species of vice whatsoever. That ready perception of guilt, that prompt and decisive resolution against it, which constitutes a virtuous character, is seldom found in persons addicted to these indulgences. They prepare an easy admission for every sin that seeks it...
Página 33 - THE JOURNAL OF MENTAL SCIENCE. Published by authority of the Association of Medical Officers of Asylums and Hospitals for the Insane.

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