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" In the beginning," he observes, (Medical Works, Dublin, 1767, p. 332,) " as it flowed out of the orifice of the wound, it might be seen to run in different shades of light and dark streaks. When the malady was increased, it ran thin, and seemingly very... "
The American Medical Intelligencer - Seite 100
herausgegeben von - 1841
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The medical works of Dr. Richard Mead

Richard Mead - 1765
...patients, and upon the diflecYion of dead bodies, in the feveral ftages of the diftemper. In the beginning, as it flowed out of the orifice of . the wound, it might be feen to run in different ihaJes of light and dark ftreaks. When the malady was increafed, it ran thin,...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, Band 17

1832
...of the blood in scorbutus. 'In the bebeginning,' he observes (Medical Works, Dublin, 1767, p. 332), 'as it flowed out of the orifice of the wound, it...black ; and after standing some time in the porringer, turned thick, of a dark muddy colour, the surface in many places of a greenish hue, without any regular...
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The Cyclopædia of Practical Medicine: Comprising Treatises on the ..., Band 1

Sir John Forbes, Alexander Tweedie, John Conolly - 1832 - 2358 Seiten
...the blood in scorbutus. " In the beginning," he observes, (Medical Works, Dublin, 1767, p. 332,) " as it flowed out of the orifice of the wound, it might...black ; and after standing some time in the porringer, turned thick, of a dark muddy colour, the surface in many places of a greenish hue, without any regular...
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Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Band 56

1841
...one of the very best instances for the purpose of exemplifying the wonderful change which the blood sometimes undergoes is to be found in the disease...shades of light and dark streaks. When the malady was inereased it ran thin, and seemingly very black, and after standing some time in the porringer, it...
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The American Medical Intelligencer, Band 1

1842
...one of the very best instances for the purpose of exemplifying the wonderful change which the blood sometimes undergoes is to be found in the disease...greenish hue, without any regular separation of its parta. In the third degree of the disease it came out as black as ink, and, though kept stirring in...
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The Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine: Comprising Treatises on the ..., Band 1

Sir John Forbes, Alexander Tweedie, John Conolly, Robley Dunglison - 1848
...the blood in scorbutus. " In the beginning," he observes, (Medical Works, Dublin, 1767, p. 332,) " as it flowed out of the orifice of the wound, it might...black ; and after standing some time in the porringer, turned thick, of a dark muddy colour, the surface in many places of a greenish hue, without any regular...
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Pathologia Indica, or The anatomy of Indian diseases

Allan Webb - 1848 - 540 Seiten
...174. "1. In the beginning of the disease, the blood, as it flowed out of the orifice of the wound, might be seen to run in different shades of light...black ; and after standing some time in the porringer, turned thick, of a dark muddy colour ; the surface in many places of a greenish hue, without any regular...
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Pathologica Indica; Or, The Anatomy of Indian Diseases: Based Upon Morbid ...

Allan Webb, Medical College of Bengal - 1848 - 540 Seiten
...174. . "1. In the beginning of the disease, the blood, as it flowed out of the orifice of the wound, might be seen to run in different shades of light...black ; and after standing some time in the porringer, turned thick, of a dark muddy colour ; the surface in many places of a greenish hue, without any regular...
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Essay on the pathology of the blood and its containing vessels

Thomas Alexander Wise - 1858 - 388 Seiten
...relates*, that in the beginning of scorbutus, the blood as it flowed out of the orifice of a wound might be seen to run in different shades of light and dark streaks. When the disease increased it ran thin, and seemingly very black ; and after standing sometime in the porringer...
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the medico-chirurgical review

james johnson - 1832
...of the blood in scorbutus. ' In the beginning,' he observes (Medical Works, Dublin, 1767, p. 332), * as it flowed out of the orifice of the wound, it might...black ; and after standing some time in the porringer, turned thick, of a dark muddy colour, the surface in many places of a greenish hue, without any regular...
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