The American Medical Intelligencer, Band 1


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Seite 153 - A Dictionary of Practical Medicine: Comprising General Pathology, the Nature and Treatment of Diseases, Morbid Structures, and the Disorders especially...
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Seite 377 - ... having been since shaken by any experiment or rational objection, it may be considered as fairly established, that the first or systolic sound of the heart is essentially caused by the sudden and forcible tightening of the muscular fibres of the ventricles when they contract ; and that the second sound, which accompanies the diastole of the ventricles, depends solely on the reaction of the arterial columns of blood on the semilunar valves at the arterial orifices. It further appears that the...
Seite 168 - I finally concluded to make use of that gift which I thought nature, or the God of nature, had implanted in me; and if I possessed such a gift, I had no need of learning, for no one can learn that gift.
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Seite 422 - We confidently recommend it to the senior as well as junior members of the profession. It is replete with information, yet so terse in style and compressed in bulk as at once to entice and repay perusal."— KBIT.
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