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" A physician is a man who pours drugs, of which he knows little, into a body of which he knows less. "
Bronchitis and kindred diseases - Página 339
de William Whitty Hall - 1854 - 382 páginas
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New England Medical Monthly and the Prescription, Volumen 12

1893
...must have an eagle's eye, a lion's heart, and a lady's hand. A physician is a man who pours drugs, of which he knows little, into a body of which he knows less. — Practice. 536 537 ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS. THE OPERATIVE TREATMENT FOR MYO-FIBROMA OF THE UTERUS....
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen 29

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, Sir John Murray IV, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - 1823
...seldom have touched a fee. In one shape or another, the physician still has continued to pour drugs, of which he knows little, into a body of which he knows less. Whilome, the apothecary filled his boxes and his jars with the specifics of Bussorah and Alkahira....
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volumen 11

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, William Harrison Ainsworth, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood - 1824
...many of us un our faces. Doctor. — According to Voltaire, one whose business it is to pour drugs, of which he knows little, into a body of which he knows less. Ditch. — A place in which those who have taken too much wine aru apt to take a little water. Dog....
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The Edinburgh ladies' magazine

...be applied, and to escape the censure of Voltaire, who says, " An apothecary is one who pours drugs, of which he knows little, into a body of which he knows less." While Mrs. Bertram was kept in durance-vile by her injudicious kinswoman, — her judicious friend,...
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Hall's Journal of Health, Volumen 16

1869
...that point towards disease of the lungs ; and when you have done so, to persuide you not to waste your time and money and health in blind efforts to remove them, by taking stuff, of which you know little, into a body of which you know less; but to go (oa ninn 01* "vpectnblllty and standing...
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Hall's Journal of Health, Volumen 14

1867
...that point towards disease of the lungs ; and when you have done so, to persuade you not to waste your time and money and health in blind efforts to remove them, by taking stuff, of which you know little, into a body of which you know less; bnt to go to a man of -vnectability and standing...
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Hall's Journal of Health, Volumen 1

William Whitty Hall - 1854
...that point towards disease of the lungs ; and when you have done so, to neminde you not to waste your time and money and health in blind efforts to remove them, by taking stuf^ of which you know little, into a body of which you know less; but to go to a man of resiwctability...
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Mysteries of medical life; or, Doctors and their doings

George Allarton - 1856
...dans un corps qu'il ne connait pas ;" which in English means "A man clothed in black, who puts drugs of which he knows little into a body of which he knows nothing." His especial attributes, according to Hufland, are " affability — gentleness — modesty...
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Ellesmere's plan for a new essay. On the miseries of human life. Life not so ...

Sir Arthur Helps - 1860
...of Voltaire is not without some truth even in this age, that the physician is one " who pours drugs of which he knows little into a body of which he knows less." Then take the soldier and the sailor. Their professions seem to the young and the thoughtless very...
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The common-sense of the water-cure

1862 - 228 páginas
...it off, what then ? I don't go so far as Voltaire, who defined a physician as one who pours drugs, of which he knows little, into a body of which he knows less. The modern doctor knows a great deal more of chemistry and physiology than his predecessors knew in...
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