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Seite 115 - The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun. Is there any thing whereof it may be said, "See, this is new?" it hath been already of old time, which was before us.
Seite 452 - ... sizes, are not to be regarded as unequivocal marks of disease. They occur in every variety of degree and character, under every circumstance of previous indisposition, and in situations where the most healthy aspect of an organ might be fairly expected.
Seite 248 - I have, in a dead body, examined the parts where fistulae had existed several times, and in every instance I have found an inner opening to it. This affords a very reasonable explanation of the formation of these abscesses; it is almost impossible to understand, on any other ground, why suppuration should take place in the vicinity of the rectum, more than in any other part of the body, and why the cellular membrane there should suppurate more than cellular membrane elsewhere. Moreover, the pus contained...
Seite 138 - It was attended with an intense pain in the head. It terminated sometimes in four, for the most part in five or six days, sometimes in nine, and commonly in a critical sweat. It was far from being mortal. I was assured of seventy of the poorer sort at the same time in this fever, abandoned to the use of whey and God's good providence, who all recovered. The crisis, however, was very imperfect, for they were subject to relapses, even sometimes to the third time, nor did their urine come to a complete...
Seite 366 - ... and accompanying the various symptoms which issue from it, it would be contrary to all reason to refuse to it an important share in the development of this disordered habit, and in the production of the local affections which have hitherto too much engrossed the attention, to the exclusion of a proper consideration of the constitutional disease.
Seite 133 - They have more or less lost their natural firmness anu consistence, are readily torn across, the varicosities are easily enlarged by pressure, and, when separated or broken off, assume a globular form. The tubes also are more or less broken into fragments, and no exudation granules, masses, or granular corpuscles are to be detected.
Seite 605 - Fallopian tubes, kept patent by their peculiar secretion, will be admitted. 3. The Graafian vesicles contained in the ovaries prior to menstruation, are found, as they also are in every other period of life, in continual progression towards the circumference of the glands, which they penetrate, discharging themselves by circular-shaped capillary-sized pores or openings in the peritoneal coat ; the presence of the catamenia being thus no indispensable prerequisite to their rupture.
Seite 48 - Curling, therefore, thinks a testis in the abdomen " in a more satisfactory state," than one in the groin. " On this account, and as the descent is seldom perfectly accomplished when delayed beyond the age of ten or twelve, I think it becomes a serious consideration in cases where the gland does not make its appearance till this late period, whether the well-being of the patient would not be best consulted by our employing some mechanical means to prevent the escape of the organ from the abdomen.