Medical Society of Nova Scotia
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Nova Scotia Medical Bulletin 13(4), 1934
- Anaesthesia in fracture therapy [Title]
- Bacterial Infections
- Digestive System Diseases
- Early days of the Halifax Infirmary [Title]
- Gastric anacidity [Case report] [Title]
- General peritonitis due to suppurative appendicitis [Case report] [Title]
- Graham, Judson Vye
- Have you made out your income tax? Returns by members of the medical profession [Title]
- Headache [Read before Halifax Medical Society, Feb.7, 1934] [Title]
- Hodgkin's Disease [Case report] [Title]
- Idiopathic spontaneous pneumothorax [Case report] [Title]
- Jones, Charles MacLean
- Their indications, method, and interpretation with special reference to the requirements of the general practitioner: colour index and the icterus index [Title]
- Laboratory examinations
- Little, Ferguson Robert
- MacDonald, William J.
- MacIntosh, J.W.
- MacLennan, Samuel John
- Medical Society of Nova Scotia,
- Merritt, John William
- Murphy, Arthur L.
- Murray, A. Edward
- Peel, Hugh Robert
- Reid, J.W.
- Sisters of Charity
- Smith, Ralph P.
- Streptococcal pyaemia [Case report] [Title]
- Three cases of granuloma pudendum [Case report] [Title]
- Ultraviolet radiation in dermatology [Title]
- Undulant fever [Case report] [Title]
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