The Dublin Journal of Medical Science, 83. köide

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Fannin & Company, 1887
 

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Page 237 - Every registered medical practitioner to whom a diploma for proficiency in sanitary science public health, or state medicine, has after special examination been granted by any college or faculty of. physicians or surgeons or university in the United Kingdom, or by any such bodies acting in combination, shall, if such diploma appears to the Privy Council or to the General Council to deserve recognition in the medical register, be entitled, on payment of such fee as the General Council may appoint,...
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Page 268 - Phlebolites which have formed nodules vary in size from -that of a pinhead to that of a pea. They are also called vein-stones.
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Page 133 - The index finger is inserted within the •inn.-, and the sphincter is pressed up against the posterior wall of the vagina. It is then easy to divide with scissors the fibres encircling the vagina on each side, just within the fourchette, and about three-quarters of an inch apart. This does not allow a prolapse of the vaginal wall, as when the perinaeum is lacerated, whilst it permits of an equal extent of dilatation of the outlet by the glass plug.

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