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Stran 444 - So went Satan forth from the presence of the LORD, and smote Job with sore boils from the sole of his foot unto his crown.
Stran 159 - The point of the instrument should then be made to penetrate through the iris into the anterior chamber, in a line with its central diameter, and somewhat less than one-third of the width of that membrane from its ciliary margin. The iris scalpel is then to be carried cautiously through the anterior chamber, towards the inner canthus, keeping its edge in contact with the iris (in order to prevent the point from piercing the internal part of the cornea), until it has traversed more than two-thirds...
Stran 287 - Jurisprudence, in the college of Physicians and Surgeons of the western district of the state of New York, a station which he has held ever since.
Stran 553 - A Lecture delivered at the Opening of the Medical Department of the Columbian College in the District of Columbia, March, 30, 1825.
Stran 165 - All pressure is now to be removed from the eyeball, and the cornea knife gently withdrawn. The consequence of this is, that a portion of the aqueous humour escapes, and the iris falls into contact with the opening in the cornea, and closes it like a valve. A slight pressure must now be made upon the superior and nasal part of the eyeball, with the fore and middle...
Stran 48 - Observations on the different kinds of Small-pox, and especially on that which sometimes follows vaccination. Illustrated by a number of cases ; by Alexander Monro, MDFRSE Professor of Anatomy and Surgery in the University of Edinburgh. 8vo.
Stran 382 - ... just directed — the hand, after being well lubricated, should be passed into the vagina, in a state of supination ; the fingers retracted in such a manner, as to form a straight line at their extremities ; they must then be gently pressed against the base as it were of the tumour that is found within the vagina, so as to move it backwards and upwards along the hollow of the sacrum, until the mass shall reach above the projection of this bone ; when thus far, the hand may be withdrawn ; and...
Stran 252 - An act to incorporate medical societies for the purpose of regulating the practice of physic and surgery in this state...
Stran 556 - ... although they were not endowed with high attainments in medical science, they were nevertheless qualified for great usefulness in their respective stations. " Altogether unlike the ignorant empirics of the present times, they were actuated by the purest motives, and the highest consideration of benevolence.
Stran 165 - ... till at length, by an occasional and gentle increase of the pressure, or by varying its direction, the iris gradually protrudes, so as to present a bag of the size of a large pin's head. This protruded portion must be cut off with a pair of fine curved scissors, and all pressure at the same time removed ; the iris will then recede within the eye, and the portion which has been removed will leave an artificial pupil more or less circular.