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" Where is the particular importance in just telling us that once, twice, or even oftener, this disease has yielded to that remedy? We are overwhelmed as it is, with an infinite abundance of vaunted medicaments, and here they add a new one. "
The Liverpool and Manchester Medical and Surgical Reports - Page 30
1878
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The Works of Thomas Sydenham, M.D.

Thomas Sydenham - 1848 - 396 pages
...17. Nevertheless, the publication of particular observations is, iu my mind, of no great advantage. "Where is the particular importance in just telling us that once, twice, or even ofteuer, i Trif vovaovf npivti, aai iZapciu ra Ttarra irfiatv. — De Aliment., t. ii, p. 19. [G.]...
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The Chicago Medical Journal, Volume 29

1872 - 780 pages
...breadth. Nevertheless, the publication of particular observations is in my mind of no great advantage. Where is the particular importance in just telling...twice, or even oftener, this disease has yielded to that remedy. We are overwhelmed, as it is, with infinite abundance of vaunted mediciments, and here...
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Diseases of the Hip, Knee, and Ankle Joints: With Their Deformities, Treated ...

Hugh Owen Thomas - 1878 - 444 pages
...well know may occur. Sydenham wrote as an experienced observer when he asked the question — What is the particular importance in just telling us that once, twice, or even oftcner, this disease has yielded to that remedy." ? A cure does not always commend the reputed means....
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Contributions to Surgery and Medicine, Volumes 3-4

Hugh Owen Thomas - 1887 - 420 pages
...to be of the slightest use to the physician, his chapters on treatment require thoroughly winnowing. "Where is the particular importance in just telling...with an infinite abundance of vaunted medicaments." Mr. Treves's allusion to our predecessors is hardly just. Progress has been made in all times, and...
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Diseases of the Hip, Knee, and Ankle Joints

Hugh Owen Thomas - 1991 - 418 pages
...well know may occur. Sydenham wrote as an experienced observer when he asked the question — What is the particular importance in just telling us that...twice, or even oftener, this disease has yielded to that remedy." ? A cure does not always commend the reputed means. While admitting Dr. Sayre's undoubted...
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The Ethics of Diagnosis

José Luis Peset, Diego Gracia Guillén - 2007 - 315 pages
...Sydenham (1624-1689) acknowledged that the confusion of remedies was an embarrassment to medicine. "We are over-whelmed as it is, with an infinite abundance of vaunted medicaments ..." ([14], Sec. 17, p. 18). Sydenham hoped to rectify this difficulty by developing a methodus medendi,...
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