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" 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. "
The Quarterly Review - Página 462
de 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
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The Western Medical Reporter, Volumen 15

1893
...surgeon 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. CINNAMON AS AN ANTISEPTIC. — "No living germ of disease can resist the antiseptic power...
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Treasury of Thought: Forming an Encyclopædia of Quotations from Ancient and ...

1894 - 579 páginas
...more under the treatment of these great hydropathic doctors, the clouds ! — Beecher. A man who pours drugs of which he knows little into a body of which he knows less. — Voltaire. Apollo was held the god of physic and sender of diseases ; both were originally the same...
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Medical Record, Volumen 46

George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman - 1894
...good as the definition given by Voltaire (AD 1740), to the effect that "a doctor is a person who pours drugs of which he knows little into a body of which he knows less." Yet it is evidently the same idea. Swift's satire was equally brilliant. "Apollo was the god of physic...
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Medical News, Volumen 67

1895
...family-physician is fast learning, and so he is broadening also into general practice, and no longer puts " drugs of which he knows little into a body of which he knows less, for a disease of which he knows nothing." Theoretically the essence of the controversy and of the whole...
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The Metaphysical Magazine, Volumen 1,Número 5

1895
...administering of medicine itself is but an experiment. Voltaire defines a doctor as " one who pours drugs of which he knows little into a body of which he knows less." Indeed medicine, as Professor Tyndall declares, has only recently become a science ; and how much more...
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The Southern Dental Journal, Volumen 15

1896
...good surgeon must have an eagle's eye, a lion's heart, ami a lady's hand. A physician is one who pours drugs of which he knows little into a body of which he knows less. DR. GKNESE ON AN EFFICIENT OBTUNDEXT. — At the First District Dental Society of New York, Dr. Genese...
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The Arena, Volumen 24

Benjamin Orange Flower - 1900
..."Patients, patients, and the pill-box becomes a brougham." Voltaire defined a physician as "a man who pours drugs of which he knows little into a body of which he knows less." Another Frenchman has insisted that "the doctor is often more to be feared than the disease;" a satirist...
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Lean's Collectanea, Volumen 1

Vincent Stuckey Lean, Julia Lucy Woodward - 1902
...the physician carries away the fees. — Ho., Parley of Beasts, 77. A physician is a man who pours drugs of which he knows little into a body of which he knows less. — Voltaire. One doctor makes work for another. Accipe dum dolet. Throw physic to the dogs. — Shak.,...
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Dr. Foote's new book on health and disease

Edward Bliss Foote - 1904 - 855 páginas
...preparing for the practice of medicine, he exclaimed : " Why will he be so mean ? He will have to thrust drugs of which he knows little, into a body of which he knows less I " A story is told of a doctor and a military officer who became enamoured of the same lady. Somebody...
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Catholic World, Volumen 80

1905
...the quack doctor who dares to meddle with the infinite complexity of the human organism — pouring drugs, of which he knows little, into a body, of which he knows less. Yet the complexity of a watch is less distantly removed from that of a living body than the latter...
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