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of Hypodermatic Medication, including the newer remedies ; Uses of the Hypo-
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Medical Publications of F. A. Davis, Philadelphia.

Lectures on Nervous Diseases.

From the Stand-Potnt of Cerebral and Spinal Localization, and

the Later Methods Employed in the Diagnosis and

Treatment of these Affections.

By Ambrose L. Ranney, A.M., M.D., Professor of the Anatomy Mid
Physiology of the Nervous System in the New York Post-Graduate
Medical School and Hospital ; Professor of Nervous and Mental Diseases
in the Medical Department of the University of Vermont, etc. ; Author
of" The Applied Anatomy of the Nervous System," " Practical Medical
Anatomy," etc., etc.

It is now generally conceded that the nervous system controls all
of the physical functions to a greater or less extent, and also that most
of the symptoms encountered at the bedside can be explained and
interpreted from the stand-point of nervous physiology.

Profusely illustrated with original diagrams and sketches in color
by the author, carefully selected wood-engravings, and reproduced photo-
graphs of typical cases. One handsome royal octavo volume of 180 pages.


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illustrated with original diagrams and sketches
in colors, and with many carefully selected
wood-cuts and reproduced photographs of
typical cases. A large amount of valuable
information, not a little of which has but
recently appeared in medical literature, is pre-

sented in compact form, and thus made easily
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