Public Health and Poor-Law Medical Services

1885 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
THE BRITISH MEDICAL JO URNAL. 817 time when I propose to make my vi'it, and expressing my wish to iiieet the medical attendanti, or to lhear from himim, " so that our reports may, as far as possible, tally," and I ntever pass ally reinarks to the patient on the treatilient &dopted, and refer all questions asked by himn to the regular attendant. Ihave had no difiulty or unpleasantness, except with one matm, whose riglits (if anything) I respect with tihe greatest punctiliousness. I have asked
more » ... ss. I have asked hmimim to point to a single itistance of interference on my part, and he is unable to do so,
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