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Seite 303 - LEA'S MEDICAL RAMSBOTHAM (FRANCIS H.), MD THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF OBSTETRIC MEDICINE AND SURGERY, in reference to the Process of Parturition.
Seite 512 - Many physicians of extensive experience are destitute of the ability of searching out and understanding the moral causes of disease ; they cannot read the book of the heart, and yet it is in this book that are inscribed, day by day, and hour by hour, all the griefs, and all the miseries, and all the vanities, and all the fears, and all the joys, and all the hopes of Man, and in which will be found the most active and incessant principle of that frightful series of organic changes which constitute...
Seite 322 - If through an erroneous notion as to the nature of this affection, nourishment and cordials be not given, or if the diarrhoea continue, either spontaneously or from the administration of medicine, the exhaustion which ensues is apt to lead to a very different train of symptoms. The countenance becomes pale, and the cheeks cool or cold ; the eyelids are half closed, the eyes are unfixed...
Seite 303 - REID'S PHILOSOPHY OF DEATH. A General, Medical, and Statistical Treatise on the Nature and Causes of Human Mortality. By JOHN REID. 12mo. price 6s. 6d.
Seite 583 - ... up as curing everything, and yet soon after totally laid aside as useless, I cannot but fear that the expectation of great advantage from this new method of treating diseases will prove a delusion. That delusion may, however, and in some cases, be of.
Seite 428 - These dissections prove that the human uterus possesses a great system of nerves, which enlarges with the coats, bloodvessels, and absorbents, during pregnancy, and which returns after parturition to its original condition before conception takes place. It is chiefly by the influence of these nerves that the uterus performs the varied functions of menstruation, conception, and parturition, and it is solely by their means that the whole fabric of the nervous system sympathises with the different morbid...
Seite 583 - There are in every great, rich city a number of persons, who are never in health, because they are fond of medicines, and always taking them, whereby they derange the natural functions, and hurt their constitution. If these people can be persuaded to forbear their drugs, in expectation of being cured by only the physician's finger, or an iron rod pointing at them, they may possibly find good effects, though they mistake the cause.
Seite 583 - That delusion may, however, and in some cases, be of use while it lasts. There are in every great, rich city a number of persons who are never in health, because they are fond of medicines, and always taking them, whereby they derange the natural functions, and hurt their constitution.
Seite 491 - Diocletian, in the year 303. The legends respecting him are obscure, and he would certainly have been passed over without notice among the innumerable apocryphal martyrs of the first centuries, had not the transfer of his body to St. Denys, and thence, in the year 836, to Corvey, raised him to a higher rank. From this time forth it may be supposed that many miracles were manifested at his new sepulchre, which were of essential service in confirming the Roman faith among the Germans, and St. Vitus...