Definition of Biochemic
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Literary usage of Biochemic
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1. Diseases and Their Cure: Fifty Years' Experience by O. H. Crandall, Joseph B. Chapman (1898)
"... APPLICATION OF biochemic REMEDIES. ABSCESS. Abscesses consist of collections of purulent matter resulting from morbid action. ..."
2. International Medical and Surgical Surveyby American Institute of Medicine by American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"Hemolytic activity shows no relationship to any of the biochemic ... These groups appear to bear no relation to virulent hemolysis or biochemic activity. ..."
3. Biochemistry: A Domestic Treatise on the Application of Schuessler's Twelve by Joseph B. Chapman (1897)
"The disease is of a most serious nature, and a competent biochemic physician should be employed at once. However, as in some cases a physician may not be ..."
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