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" that the poison which produced influenza acted on the nervous system in general, and on the pulmonary nerves in particular... "
Annals of influenza or epidemic catarrhal fever in Great Britain from 1510 ... - Seite 347
1852 - 406 Seiten
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Clinical lectures on the practice of medicine

Robert James Graves - 1864 - 873 Seiten
...different from what they would have been had the disease depended on a mere bronchitis. I have alreadv stated my conviction, that the poison which produced...congestion and inflammation were often superadded. whole course by irritation of the pulmonary mucous membrane, •which not uufrequently amounts to congestion,...
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Glasgow Medical Journal

1880
...complaint. " The poison which produced influenza," says Dr. Graves, describing the epidemic of 1837, "acted on the nervous system in general, and on the pulmonary nerves in particular." * Various other neuroses occurred so frequently in the course of the complaint, and displayed so often...
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A Treatise on the Continued Fevers

James Cornelius Wilson - 1881 - 365 Seiten
...great oedema, takes place in some cases, and attributed it to an affection of the vagus. It was his conviction " that the poison which produced influenza...congestion and inflammation were often superadded." It is certain that localized collapse of the lung often occurs. Drs. White and Guiteras attributed...
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A Treatise on the Continued Fevers

James Cornelius Wilson - 1881 - 365 Seiten
...great oedema, takes place in some cases, and attributed it to an affection of the vagus. It was his conviction " that the poison which produced influenza...as to produce symptoms of bronchial irritation and dyspnu-a, to which bronchial congestion and inflammation were often superadded." It is certain that...
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The Australian Medical Journal, Band 14

1892
...conviction that the poison which produced influenza acted on the nervous system in general, and 011 the pulmonary nerves in particular, in such a way...congestion and inflammation were often superaddEd." Dr. Blakiston is also quoted as follows : — "That influenza is an affection of the nervous system...
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The Pathology and Prevention of Influenza

Julius Althaus - 1892 - 64 Seiten
...school has produced, had already, as far back as 1883, expressed his conviction that the poison of influenza acted on the nervous system in general, and on the pulmonary nerves in particular. In many bad cases of bronchitis and pneumonia accompanying influenza, Graves had found the dyspnoea to...
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International contributions to medical literature

1900 - 496 Seiten
...different way, as will be seen presently. been expressed. Graves believes that the poison of influenza acts "on the nervous system in general, and on the pulmonary nerves in particular," and that the condition produced is one to be likened to the one following section of " the eighth pair...
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Pediatrics, Band 10

1900
...condition, varying views have been expressed. Graves believes that the poison of the influenza "acts on the nervous system in general, and on the pulmonary nerves in particular," and that the condition produced is one to be likened to the one following section of "the eighth pair...
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Band 143

1900
...various and varying views have been expressed. Graves believes that the poison of influenza acts " on the nervous system in general, and on the pulmonary nerves in particular," and that the condition produced is one to be likened to the one following section of " the eighth 9...
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The Medical Times and Register, Band 10

1880
...innervation; but he considered this as a manifestation of a general disturbance. To use his words, " the poison which produced influenza acted on the nervous...general, and on the pulmonary nerves in particular." It is indeed probable that this fever, like all fevers, is accompanied (cause or effect ?) with general...
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