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" Trifling with and irritating the organ, with drops, unguents, and lotions, is only betraying the patient into a flattering and useless anticipation of benefit, without any chance of eradicating, or even of reaching, the root of the disease. In the treatment... "
The Ear in Health and Disease: With Practical Remarks on the Prevention and ... - Page 132
by William Harvey - 1854 - 235 pages
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 6; Volume 24

William Hendry Stowell - Literary Criticism - 1816
...the following reproach is elegantly expressed, as well as boldly conceived. ' In the treatment of any malady, our object ought to be not merely to remove...as little expense as possible to the stamina of the patient. In too rudely eradicating a disease, there is danger lest we tear up a part of the constitution...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1816
...following reproach is elegantly expressed, as well as boldly conceived. . ' In the treatment of any malady, our object ought to be not merely to remove...as little expense as possible to the stamina of the patient. In too rudely eradicating a disease, there is danger lest we tear up a part of the constitution...
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Essays on hypochondriasis, and other nervous affections

John Reid - 1821 - 440 pages
...its ultimate and comparatively clandestine operation upon the human frame. In the treatment of any malady our object ought to be not merely to remove...as little expense as possible to the stamina of the patient. In too rudely eradicating a disease, there is danger lest we tear up a part of the constitution...
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Rheumatism, gout and neuralgia, as affecting the head and ear

William Harvey - 1852 - 291 pages
...they become a sort of habit in the constitution, and return as periodically as sleeping and waking. Diseases of the ear, when they arise from atmospheric...internally, combined with such other remedies as the semeiology of the case may indicate. It is also necessary to adopt that regimen and method of life,...
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Sight and Hearing: How Preserved, and how Lost

James Henry Clark - Eye - 1856 - 351 pages
...patient into a flattering and useless anticipation of benefit, without any chance of eradicating, or even reaching, the root of the disease. In the treatment...little expense as possible to the stamina of the body." I have alluded to that form of disease which occurs in consequence of exposure Rheumatic to cold and...
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Sight and hearing, how preserved, and how lost

James Henry Clark - 1859 - 351 pages
...patient into a flattering and useless anticipation of benefit, without any chance of eradicating, or even reaching, the root of the disease. In the treatment...little expense as possible to the stamina of the body." I have alluded to that form of disease which occurs in consequence of exposure Rheumatic to cold and...
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On Deafness and Noises in the Ear Arising from Rheumatism, Gout, and ...

William Harvey - Deafness - 1876 - 149 pages
...flattering and useless anticipation of benefit, without any chance of eradicating or even of reaching the disease. In the treatment of this malady our object...but to do so at as little expense as possible to the patient's strength. It is necessary to adopt that regimen and method of life, and occasionally the...
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