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Borderland Studies: Miscellaneous Addresses and Essays Pertaining to Medicine and the Medical Profession, and Their Relations to General Science and Thought

Gould, George M
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Philadelphia, Blakiston, 1896-1908.
Language
English
Contents
  • v. 2. The history of the house, etc. A system of personal biologic examinations, etc. The life-study of patients, etc. "The seven deadly sins" of civilization. Disease and sin. King Arthur's medicine. Some intellectual weeds of American growth. Concerning crank, megalomaniac, morphinomaniac, dotard, criminal and insane physicians. Some ethical questions. History and psychology in words. Style. Child fetiches. THe story and lessons of an unknown hero's life. Vocation or avocation.
  • [v.1] Vivisection. Concerning medical language. The role of the maternal instinct in organic evolution. Life and its physical basis. Is medicine a science? The duty of the community to medical science. Charity-organization and medicine. Hospitalism. The etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of the prevalent epidemic of quackery. The disorganization of medical science. Concerning specialism. Medicine and city-noises. Medical aspects of life insurance. Foot-ball. Muscular development and use, the conditions of health. Everybody's medical duty. The power of will in disease. The apotheosis of hysteria and whimsicality. Character. The modern Frankerstein. Immortality.
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2 v. ill. 22 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
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