The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, Band 40

Richard & George S. Wood, 1844

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Seite 513 - I showed great reluctance to be caught and put to bed, and after being chased about the room, was apprehended and consigned to my dormitory with some difficulty. It was the last time I was to show such personal agility. In the morning I was discovered to be affected with the fever which often accompanies the cutting of large teeth. It held me three days. On the fourth, when they went to bathe me as usual, they discovered that I had lost the power of my right leg.
Seite 9 - I have counted above 10,000,000), so subtile (they are scarcely visible to the naked eye, and often resemble thin smoke), so light (raised, perhaps, by evaporation into the atmosphere), and are dispersed in so many ways (by the attraction of the sun, by insects, wind, elasticity, adhesion, &c.), that it is difficult to conceive a place from which they can be excluded.
Seite 392 - The effect, though imperceptible on a short exposure, yet, being constantly repeated from day to day, produces a constitutional irritation dependent on the tonic properties of the steel, which is sure to terminate in pulmonary consumption ; insomuch, that persons employed in this kind of work used scarcely ever to attain the age of forty years. * In vain was it attempted to purify the air before its entry into the lungs by gauzes or linen guards ; the dust was too fine and penetrating...
Seite 286 - DR. HEADLAND. ON THE ACTION OF MEDICINES IN THE SYSTEM. Being the Prize Essay to which the Medical Society of London awarded the Fothergillian Gold Medal for 1852. Second Edition. 8vo.
Seite 562 - If it be proposed, indeed, to make such a wound in the belly as will admit only two fingers, or so, and then tap the bag, and draw it out, so as to bring its root or peduncle close to the wound of the belly, that the surgeon may cut it without introducing his hand, surely in a case otherwise so desperate it might be advisable to do it, could we beforehand know that the circumstances would admit of such treatment.
Seite 206 - Verum etiam, invisos si quis tentarat amictus, Ardentes papulae atque immundus olentia sudor Membra sequebatur, nee longo deinde moranti Tempore contactos artus sacer ignis edebat.
Seite 204 - Multaque praeterea mortis tum signa dabantur, perturbata animi mens in maerore metuque, triste supercilium, furiosus vultus et acer, sollicitae porro plenaeque sonoribus aures, creber spiritus aut ingens raroque coortus, sudorisque madens per collum splendidus umor, tenvia sputa minuta, croci contacta colore salsaque, per fauces rauca vix edita tussi.
Seite 143 - LECTURES ON THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF PHYSIC. Delivered at King's College, London. A new American, from the last revised and enlarged English edition, with Additions, by D. FRANCIS CONDIE, MD, author of ".A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Children,
Seite 46 - The absence of such fullness in a part, when hernia is known to have previously descended, necessarily leads to the conclusion, that the sac upon which it depended has been displaced, and probably returned, together with the hernia. " The sac in inguinal hernia, below the external ring, becomes united with the spermatic chord, whereby the latter is usually rendered indistinct and obscure.
Seite 433 - Whoever shall administer, or cause to be taken by any person, any poison, or other destructive thing, with intent to commit murder, shall be guilty of felony, and being convicted thereof, shall suffer death.

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