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453 examples of clinics in sentences

Among those who joined in this discussion was Miss Margaret M'Millan, so well known for her pioneer work in connection with School Clinics, and more recently for her now famous Camp School.

In Jerusalem an infants' welfare bureau was instituted, where mothers were seen before and after childbirth, infants' clinics were established, a body of health was formed, and a kitchen was opened to provide food for babies and the poor.

A steady stream at the out-clinic.

Critics may cackle about a sex starved woman, who has repressed her natural desires, and hail the play as a contribution to the Freudian clinics.

In a set of volumes, entitled Biographic Clinics, Dr. George M. Gould of Philadelphia contended that the ill health of a number of men and women of genius of the nineteenth century was due to unconnected eye troubles.

There is in many of the great clinics a disregard of the patient's feelings, of his sufferings, and even of his life, which would be impossible in an English hospital.

Clinics for venereal diseases have been established at Casablanca, Fez, Rabat, and Marrakech.

Ophthalmic clinics in the same cities gave in 1917, 44,600 consultations.

Clinics have been opened at Fez and Rabat for the treatment of skin diseases of the head, from which the native children habitually suffer.

In Berlin, during the winter semester of 1859-60, there were no less than three hundred and forty-six courses in all, besides the clinics, demonstrative and practical courses, philological exercises, and the like.

"That European Medical Commission that was out here a few weeks ago attended some of his clinics in a body.

"No, if you go, I'll make a trip to that hypnotic clinic of Dr. Platerbridge's; and if I can learn the trick, I will open one here.

Luck looks to me like a sweeter lady, and more worshipful than any of the goddesses they rename nowadays and then dissect in clinics.

Functioning committees were formed to create and implement workable plans in the various important areas of activity as Tournament and Ranking, Exhibitions and Clinics, Promotions and Publicity, Finance, National Development, Membership, Referees and Rules, etc.

DAVIS, MICHAEL MARKS. Clinics, hospitals, and health centers, by Michael M. Davis, in collaboration with the other staff members of the Committee on Dispensary Development of the United Hospital Fund of New York.

The collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation; edited by Mrs. M. H. Mellish, and others.

Sketch of the history of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation, by the Division of Publications, Mayo Clinic.

Sketch of the history of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation, by the Division of Publications, Mayo Clinic.

Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Physicians of the Mayo Clinic and Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Physicians of the Mayo Clinic and Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. A textbook of medicine.

(Mayo Clinic monographs)

Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. The nose, throat and ear and their diseases.

(Mayo Clinic monographs)

(Mayo Clinic monographs) ยฉ 9Jun31; A37919.

Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. FENNEMAN, NEVIN M. Physiography of Western United States.

Erdmann's clinics.

Erdmann's clinics.

The love clinic; Rx: lyrics for the lovelorn.

HEWITT, RICHARD M. Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. HEYER, GEORGETTE.

Henry F. May (A); 9Jul65; R364383. MAYO CLINIC, ROCHESTER, MINN.

Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. MIRACLE SERIES OF MODERN MUSIC.

NEVLING, A. B. Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. NEW DIRECTIONS IN PROSE AND POETRY, 1937.

Langdon Post (A); 1Jul65; R364198. <pb id='406.png' n='1965h2/A/2378' /> POTTER, LLOYD G. Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo clinic, Rochester, Minn. POTTER, MARY A. Hundred-problem arithmetic test.

Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Operating room.

SEE Douglas, Lloyd C. DAY, HARRY L. Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. DEAN, LEONARD F. The mind in the making.

HEWITT, RICHARD M. Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. HEYER, GEORGETTE. SEE Rougier, Georgette Heyer.

MAYO CLINIC, ROCHESTER, MINN.

Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. MAYORGA, MARGARET, ed.

PHILLIPS, H. I. Clinic for auto drivers.

Psychiatric clinics for children, with special reference to state programs.

Social case records from psychiatric clinics, with discussion notes.

Social case records from psychiatric clinics, with discussion notes.

SEE JENNINGS, H. S. CATTELL, RICHARD B. Surgical practice of the Lahey Clinic.

(In Clinics, Aug. 1943)

SEE TOCQUEVILLE, ALEXIS CHARLES HENRI MAURICE CLEREL DE. BRADWAY, JOHN S. Legal aid clinic instruction at Duke University.

Psychoneurotics get little if any help at city mental clinics.

More mental clinics mean fewer patients in mental hospitals.

State-aid plan for mental clinics saves money in Connecticut.

Community clinics: the hospital outpatient department and nonhospital clinics, setting up and maintaining the clinic workshop.

Community clinics: the hospital outpatient department and nonhospital clinics, setting up and maintaining the clinic workshop.

Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

R106480. SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Lectures on nutrition.

DAVIS, MICHAEL MARKS. Clinics, hospitals, and health centers, by Michael M. Davis, in collaboration with the other staff members of the Committee on Dispensary Development of the United Hospital Fund of New York.

(Mayo Clinic monographs)

Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. The nose, throat and ear and their diseases.

(Mayo Clinic monographs)

Erdmann's clinics.

Erdmann's clinics.

The love clinic; Rx: lyrics for the lovelorn.

MAYO CLINIC, ROCHESTER, MINN.

Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Hewitt, Abram S. NEVLING, A. B. Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. THE NEW INTERNATIONAL YEAR BOOK; a compendium of the world's progress for the year 1936.

SEE Davis, Lavinia R. DAY, HARRY L. Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. DAY, JESSE ERWIN.

WILLIAM W. SEE Hewett, Edith J. HEWITT, RICHARD M. Collected papers of the Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation.

SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. HEYER, GEORGETTE.

Psychiatric clinics for children, with special reference to state programs.

Social case records from psychiatric clinics, with discussion notes.

Social case records from psychiatric clinics, with discussion notes.

(In Clinics, Aug. 1943)

Psychoneurotics get little if any help at city mental clinics.

More mental clinics mean fewer patients in mental hospitals.

State-aid plan for mental clinics saves money in Connecticut.

Community clinics: the hospital outpatient department and nonhospital clinics, setting up and maintaining the clinic workshop.

Community clinics: the hospital outpatient department and nonhospital clinics, setting up and maintaining the clinic workshop.

In that period the half-dozen clinics held in the school hospital by Dr. Stucky of Lexington, and his co-workers, have brought direct surgical and other relief to the afflicted of four counties.

To be present at one of these clinics is to live Bible days over again, and to see "the lame walk, the deaf hear, the blind receive their sight, and the poor have the good news preached to them.

" And not only this,these clinics have demonstrated that nearly one-half the people examined have trachoma or other serious eye diseases, and have been the means of awakening the Government to its responsibility in the matter, so that three government hospitals have already been started in the mountains for the treatment of trachoma.

Then came medical inspection, and with it the need for school clinics, which could not be complete without a department for treating curvatures, flat feet, etc., and giving breathing exercises, especially after the removal of adenoids.

Though these clinics are only in the experimental stage they are sure to expand, and it is expected that a large number of trained gymnastic teachers will be required for them.

At the medical school and hospital, lectures on Anatomy, Physiology, Surgery, and Medicine must be attended, and dissections on the human body, and clinics in the ward must be completed.

The woman dentist will probably find it necessary to start practice on her own account as soon as she is qualified, as it is not likely she will be able to obtain an assistantship with men practitioners, but there are an increasing number of posts open to women, such as dental surgeon to school clinics or to factories.

Madame Guix was permanently established in the dispensary, and a line was formed as in front of the city clinics, each one waiting his turn, hoping that she might be able to relieve his suffering.

Three years later, when the physician in charge of Finsen's clinic told at the medical congress in Paris of the results obtained at the Light Institute, his story was still received with a polite smile.