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Seite 68 - This work is largely based on an enquiry made by past and present Students of the Educational Department of the University of Manchester. Chapters on Continuation Schools in the German Empire, Switzerland, Denmark, and France, have been contributed by other writers.
Seite 68 - DISEASES OF THE EAR. By W. MILLIGAN, MD, Lecturer on Diseases of the Ear and Nasal Surgeon to the Manchester Royal Infirmary. DISEASES OF THE EYE. By CE GLASCOTT, MD, Lecturer on Ophthalmology, and A. HILL GRIFFITH, MD, Ophthalmic Surgeon to the Manchester Royal Infirmary. HANDBOOK OF NERVOUS DISEASES.
Seite 276 - MEDICAL SERIES No. I. SKETCHES OF THE LIVES AND WORK OF THE HONORARY MEDICAL STAFF OF THE ROYAL INFIRMARY. From 1752 to 1830. By EM BROCKBANK, MD, MRCP Crown 4to (illustrated), pp. vii. 311.
Seite 224 - For this purpose the clear filtrate is well shaken with 2 grammes of finely powdered sodium sulphate, the mixture heated to the boiling point, then cooled to as low a temperature as possible in a stream of cold water, and the white precipitate removed by careful filtration...
Seite 276 - HISTORICAL SERIES. No. 2. No. V. INITIA OPERUM LATINORUM QUAE SAECULIS XIII., XIV., XV. ATTRIBUUNTUR. By AG LITTLE, MA, Lecturer in Palaeography. Demy 8vo, 300 pp. (interleaved). 15s. net. MEDICAL SERIES. No. 3. No. VI. HANDBOOK OF SURGICAL ANATOMY. By GA WRIGHT, BA, MB (Oxon.), FRCS, and CH PRESTON, MD, FRCS, LDS Crown 8vo, 214 pp. Second edition. 5s. net. "We can heartily recommend the volume to students, and especially to those preparing for a final examination in surgery.
Seite 224 - A specimen of the twenty-four hours' urine, or of the mixed morning and evening secretions, is filtered several times through the same filter-paper and examined for albumin, sugar, bile, urobilin, and indican.
Seite 276 - We can heartily recommend the volume to students, and especially to those preparing for a final examination in surgery." — Hospital. "Dr. Wright and Dr. Preston have produced a concise and very readable little handbook of surgical applied anatomy. . . . The subject matter of the book is well arranged and the marginal notes in bold type facilitate reference to any desired point.
Seite 225 - ... of powdered sodium acetate, and 1 cc of 50 per cent. acetic acid contained in a small flask fitted with a funnel condenser. The mixture is boiled on a sand-bath for ten minutes, and then filtered hot through a filter-paper moistened with hot water into a test-tube provided with a 15 cc mark.
Seite 68 - MEDICAL. SERIES. No. I. SKETCHES OF THE LIVES AND WORK OF THE HONORARY MEDICAL STAFF OF THE ROYAL INFIRMARY. From its foundation in 1752 to 1830, when it became the Royal Infirmary. By EDWARD MANSFIELD BROCKBANK, MD, MRCP Crown 4to. (illustrated).