Naval and Military Medical Services

1886 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
May 8, 1886.] THE-BRITISH M-EDICAL JOUBNAL. oIl Nevertheless, it has be3p publicly averred (and such an arrangement, we need scarcely remark, is a imiatter for serious thought) that a practitioner is, by an unwritten lawv of plofessional etiqiette, restrainiedc from rendering timely aid in cases of exti-enie emergency, on the plea that he is not the reguilar medical adviser, arid is dlesir-os not to give offence by poaclling oni a brother illedico's private preserves " (so phrased by the editor); aind', moreover, " that there is a
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