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Chemical and microscopical analysis of the urine in health and disease, designed for physicians and students
Association: William H. Marcy, M.D Association: George H. Marcy, M.D Association: N. Osborne, signature on 1st leaf Includes bibliographical references
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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: after the first week or two, but it will take from 5 to 7 weeks to harden anything, according to its size. The material, when sufficiently hardened, should be well washed and then placed in dilute spirit in the same manner as recommended after hardening in the chromic acid mixture. 3. Dilute Spirits. Many tissues can be hardened in spirit alone if they are placed in dilute spirit at first, so that the elements of which they are composed are not shrunk. This process is also used after hardening by any of the others. Dilute spirit is made by adding i part of water to 2 parts of methylated spirit. The material to be hardened should not be left in this mixture more than from 24 to 48 hours. It is then transferred to pure methylated spirit. 4. Bichromate of Potash. Make a 2 per cent. solution and keep it on hand, as it is very useful for many tissues that require slow hardening. A solution can be made much more quickly with warm water than cold. This solution is also very useful to place portions of morbid material in, on their removal from the body in the post-mortem room, they can afterwards be transferred to the chromic acid mixture for more rapid hardening. This solution takes from three to seven weeks to harden, according to the size of the specimen, and the frequency with which the solution is changed. 5. Bichromate of Ammonia. A 2 per cent. solution is used in precisely the same manner as the former, and is applicable to the same tissues. 6. Cliromate of Ammonia. Make a 5 per cent. solution, that is i oz. of the salt to 20 oz. of water, or 5 grammes to 100 c.c., and filter. Keep it in a stoppered bottle. When this hardening agent is used for fresh tissue, such as mesentery, a small quantity is placed in a glass vessel and the tissue immersed in it for 24 ...
Published in 1883 under title: A sylvan city: or, Quaint corners in Philadelphia A Quaker soldier, by Helen Campbell.--The city of a dream, by Helen Campbell.--"Caspipina": the story of a mother church, by Louise Storkton.--Old Saint Joseph's, by Elizabeth Robins.--The old Philadelphia library, by Louise Storkton.--Quaker and Tory, by Helen Campbell.--The Philadelphia post office, by Edwin A. Barber.--City Hall square, by Joseph Jackson.--Public schools, by Elisa A. Turner.--A master builder, by Helen Campbell.--Early abolitionists, by Helen Campbell.--Medical education, by Helen Campbell.--The battering-house and other charities, by Louise Storkton.--The right to bear arms, by Frank Willing Leach.--Stephen Girard: mariner and merchant, by Louise Storkton
A practical guide to the management of the teeth ; comprising a discovery of the origin of caries, or decay of the teeth, with its prevention and cure
Includes: New works, and new editions of valuable standard books, printed for Collins & Croft (p. [199-207] Back end paper has handwritten notation in pencil: "This is a very good work on the teeth" WVU Library's copy has bottom of title page cut off where the publication date would be Front end paper has handwritten in pencil: "Geo. B. Swift, B. July 30, 1806" General view of the body -- Formation and structure of the teeth -- Shedding of the teeth -- The adult teeth -- Diseased teeth and gums -- Caries -- Tartar -- Tooth-ache -- Occasional effects of diseased teeth -- Structure of the gums -- Structure of the alveolar processes -- Management of the teeth -- Scaling -- Extraction -- Mending or capping diseased teeth -- Artificial teeth -- Transplanting of teeth -- Irregularities of the teeth -- Fractures of the teeth -- Cracks of the enamel -- Denuding process -- Wearing of the teeth -- Morbid growth of the gums -- Artificial palates -- Ligatures of the teeth -- Antrum maxillare -- Physiognomy of the teeth -- Domestic advice
A Quaker soldier. [By] Helen Campbell.--The city of a dream. [By] Helen Campbell.--"Caspipina": The story of a mother church. [By] Louise Stockton.--Old Saint Joseph's. [By] Elizabeth Robins.--The old Philadelphia library. [By] Louise Stockton.--Quaker and Tory. [By] Helen Campbell.--The Philadelphia post-office. [By] Edwin A. Barber.--Shop windows. [By] Elizabeth Robins.--Public schools. [By] Eliza S. Turner.--A master builder. [By] Helen Campbell.--Early abolitionists. [By] Helen Campbell.--Medical education. [By] Helen Campbell.--The bettering-house and other charities. [By] Louise Stockton.--The right to bear arms. [By] Frank W. Leach.--Stephen Girard; mariner and merchant. [By] Louise Stockton