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Seite 143 - The conditions which accompany these symptoms are— (1) More or less interference with the passage of the blood through the pulmonary blood-vessels. (2) Accumulation of blood in the right side of the heart and in the systemic veins. (3) Circulation of impure (non-aerated) blood in all parts of the body.
Seite 183 - For many fortunate discoveries in medicine! and for the detection of niinic" rous errors, the world is indebted to the rapid circulation of Monthly " Journals ; and there never existed any work to which the Faculty in " EUROPE and AMERICA were under deeper obligations than to the " Medical and Physical Journal of London, now forming a long, but an
Seite 271 - For many fortunate discoveries in medicine, and for the detection of numerous errors, the world is indebted to the rapid circulation of Monthly Journals ; and there never existed any work to which the Faculty in EUROPE and AMEKICA were under deeper obligations than to the Medical and Physical Journal of London, now forming a long, but an invaluable, series."— RUSH.
Seite 391 - In this instance the loss of sight was towards my left, and was the same whether I looked with the right eye or the left. This blindness was not so complete as to amount to absolute blackness, but was a shaded darkness without definite outline. The complaint was of short duration, and in about a quarter of an hour...
Seite 487 - ... on the apex or not; and the anomaly may have originated in error arising from this cause. Every person has observed the air-cell in the boiled egg upon removing the shell : in the recent egg it may be perceived by holding the egg between the eye and a lighted candle. In general even an unpractised observer may determine the position of the cell, whether it be at the axis or some little way from it, and so conjecture the sex of the future bird. Occasionally, however, as already remarked, it is...
Seite 1 - Journals ; and there nerer existed any work, to which the Faculty, in Europe and America, were under deeper obligations, than to the Medical and Physical Journal of London, now forming a long, but an invaluable, ifrics.-RU.SH.
Seite 266 - Charles Bell, Professor of Anatomy and Surgery to the Royal College of Surgeons, and Surgeon to the Middlesex Hospital.
Seite 167 - On a close examination of each of the parts of this grand system we shall discover a general analogy of conformation even in the species most remote from each other ; and can easily trace the gradations of the same plan from man to the lowest of the fish.
Seite 397 - ... him. He afterwards complained of pain in the left shoulder, shooting across the chest to the stomach, and the blood-letting was repeated. A hard substance, which was believed to be the handle of the knife, could now be felt very distinctly, by pressing the fingers very gently on the umbilicus ; slight pressure gave him considerable pain. Although his suffering was much less than could have been expected, his health became gradually impaired, and his strength reduced. He was able to walk about...
Seite 392 - The new punctum caecum was situated alike in both eyes, and at an angle of about three degrees from the centre; for, when any object was viewed at the distance of about five yards, the point not seen was about ten inches distant from the point actually looked at.