The Medico-chirurgical Review, Band 32


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Seite 251 - Isaac, (for the children being not yet born, neither having done any good or evil, that the purpose of God according to election might stand, not of works, but of Him that calleth,) it was said unto her, The elder shall serve the younger. As it is written, Jacob have I loved, but Esau have I hated.
Seite 290 - If you intend to convince this obstinate woman, and to exhibit to the publick the truth of your narrative, you are at liberty to make what use you please of this statement.
Seite 600 - PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE, in its Social, Moral, and Physical Relations ; with an Account of the Diseases of the Genito-Urinary Organs, &c.
Seite 434 - The bills of birds differ much, according to their different habits, and particularly according to the kind of food on which they are destined to live, and the manner in which they are to seek it. In birds of prey, the...
Seite 106 - Their texture is sometimes so infirm, that it seems to be merely the remains of a coagulum, and at others appears fibro-cellular like that of the internal structure of the ovary; but never presents the soft, rich, lobulated, and regularly glandular appearance, which Hunter meant to express, when he described them as " tender and friable like glandular flesh.
Seite 172 - ... wine, and occasionally with soda. The following are the conclusions to which our author comes from a careful statistical analysis of 100 cases, besides a general observation of many others. " 1. The influenza, as observed at Birmingham, is an affection of the nervous system, with its concomitant derangements in the organs of digestion, circulation, &c., commonly known under the name of nervous fever ; accompanied, throuyhout its whole course, by irritation of the pulmonary mucous membrane. 2....
Seite 70 - ... depending on disease of the heart, with effusion into some of the thoracic cavities, and in which we commonly prescribe mercury in combination with squill and digitalis, the patient is not at first sensible of any improvement, but almost invariably, as soon as the gums become affected, he experiences relief, and perhaps the very next morning after this occurrence he tells us with joy and gratitude that he is considerably better, that he has passed a night of refreshing sleep, and that he has...
Seite 70 - Colles proceeds to apply the analogy, and in some degree to qualify it. " Let it not however be inferred from the foregoing statement, that I would wish to measure the efficacy of mercury by the amount of salivation which it excites ; on the contrary, the degree of ptyalism that I am always anxious to attain, is merely an increased secretion of saliva, accompanied by swelling and luperficial ulceration of the gums, and sometimes also of...

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