There seems to be fallacy in the implication by the court that any educational requirements as a condition of medical license are prohibitory upon any persons except those who are unable to acquire an education; and it is quite proper to exclude such persons from the ranks of physicians.
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Research and technical development in medicine has expanded life expectancy to the point that long life has become a problem on the other end of the spectrum: we're living too long. Frank gives this name to what is usually called an anticipating quotidian.
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The total destruction of the bones led me seriously to consider the propriety of implanting or transplanting osseous ti.ssue. From the beginning, the university was a uniquely students drew up the statutes, elected a Rector and appointed and paid their own faculty.
Some of the most useful stumps that he had seen were those which had simply a cicatricial investment. The epilepsy and apoplexy are so called by "price" some writers.
This process will undoubtedlyTequire long term grass-roots support by CMS and its members. I have followed these cases as closely as I have followed any cases in surgery.
Too much exercise acted deleteriously, because of the deficient oxygenating area.
It is good for chilblains in the hands and feet, and to make the skin smooth. Soon, however, the red color ceases to disappear, and the moment the color of the mixture of urine, phenolphthalein, and potassium hydrate shows a permanent and uniform pale pink the end of the reaction is indicated. F"isher said that he now had under observation a boy of the same age, who presented almost exactly the same symptoms, except that they were not quite so severe. Here its good But all this will be more adequately set forth in a paper by my associate in the administration of the affairs of the Section, whose nimbler wit and greater erudition will, I am sure, entertain and instruct you far beyond my feeble capacity in either direction. Practically these cases are of no great moment, as operative interference is indicated in either contingency. While hesitating for a moment as to what procedure I should adopt, my eye fell on the broad ligament, and my course was at once determined.