The Medico-chirurgical Review, Band 48

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S. Highley, 1846
 

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Seite 333 - A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON INFLAMMATION, ULCERATION, AND INDURATION OF THE NECK OF THE UTERUS, WITH REMARKS ON THE VALUE OF LEUCORRHŒA AND PROLAPSUS UTERI AS SYMPTOMS OF UTERINE DISEASE.
Seite 11 - ... of them into a separate apartment. The soldier, allured by the promise of such a reward, assured him he would do> his endeavour for their relief, and retired for that purpose, but in a few minutes returned, and told him that the suba, by whose order alone such a step could be taken, was asleep, and no person durst disturb his repose. By this time a profuse sweat had...
Seite 270 - Vermination ; the pathic or morbid condition of the bowels is always secondary : to it we can never attribute the generation of the worms, but only the development of their already-existing germs. 17. There are various means to destroy completely-formed worms, but they have no effect upon their spawn or embryotic brood. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON HEALTHY SKIN, WITH RULES FOR THE MEDICAL AND DOMESTIC TREATMENT OF CUTANEOUS DISEASES. By Erasmus Wilson, FRS 8vo. pp. 356. London, 1845. WE have perused this...
Seite 288 - Owen into hard or true dentine, vaso-dentine, and osteo-dentine, consists, according to that physiologist, of an organised animal basis, disposed in the form of extremely minute tubes and cells, and of earthy particles ; these...
Seite 50 - ... which may be ascertained with tolerable certainty in all cases, by an examination directed to that end. And whether, if both superficial and deep-seated as it usually is in peritoneal inflammation, gentle, steady pressure with the flat of the hand can be easier borne, than with the points of the fingers. In pain and soreness from affection of the spinal nerves it commonly can be so borne, while in peritonitis every kind of pressure, and even the' weight of the bed-clothes, is very distressing.
Seite 250 - When the action of the drug is carried to a fatal extent, the individual becomes entirely blind, deaf, and speechless He either retains his consciousness to the last, or is affected with slight wandering delirium ; the pupils are dilated ; general muscular tremors...
Seite 249 - ... of languor, which lasts for several hours more, alone remaining. This is the utmost extent to which I would recommend the physiological effects of aconite to be carried, in order to obtain, with safety and success, its therapeutic action.
Seite 11 - ... supposed already dead by his wretched companions, but finding him still alive, they exhibited another extraordinary proof of tenderness and regard to his person: " Give him water," they cried ; nor would any of them attempt to touch it until he had drank.

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