Edinburgh Medical Journal, Volume 11, Part 2 (Google eBook)

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Oliver and Boyd, 1866 - Medicine
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Page 800 - And the Lord said furthermore unto him, Put now thine hand into thy bosom ; and he put his hand into his bosom : and when he took it out, behold, his hand was leprous as snow.
Page 735 - In order to show that the gases evolved at the positive and negative electrode always come off in the proportion of one volume of oxygen to two volumes of hydrogen, an apparatus proposed by Dr.
Page 747 - ... that science which teaches the application of every branch of medical knowledge to the purposes of the law ; hence its limits are, on the one hand, the requirements of the law, and on the other, the whole range of medicine. Anatomy, physiology, medicine, surgery, chemistry, physics, and botany, lend their aid as necessity arises; and in some cases all these branches of science are required to enable a Court of Law to arrive at a proper conclusion on a contested question affecting life or property.
Page 654 - The temperature is a more accurate indication of the amount of tuberculosis and tuberculization than either the physical signs or the symptoms. 6. By means of the temperature we can diagnose tuberculosis and tuberculization long before the physical signs and symptoms are sufficient to justify suchfl diagnosis.
Page 746 - Medicine — may be defined to be that science which teaches the application of every branch of medical knowledge to the purposes of the law; hence its limits are, on the one hand, the requirements of the law, and on the other, the whole range of medicine.
Page 827 - Agglutinins begin to appear in the blood serum about the end of the first, or the beginning of the second, week of the disease, with low titers of 1:20 to 1:40.
Page 654 - By means of the temperature we can diagnose tuberculosis and tuberculisation long before the physical signs and symptoms are sufficient to justify such a diagnosis. 7- By means of the temperature we can diagnose tuberculosis even when, during the whole course of the disease, there are no physical signs indicative of tubercular deposit in any of the organs of the body, and...
Page 940 - ... condition which accompanies the lighter or severer forms of illness, has its proximate cause in an impeded metamorphosis- — that is, in an insufficient activity of that stage of oxidation which changes oxalic acid into carbonic acid.
Page 952 - I practice as analytical chemist and also physician. The hatchet produced was given me by Mr. Wrenn, and I carefully examined it. On the metallic portion I did not find any marks upon which I could rely. I removed the handle, and experimented on thin slices of wood which I took from underneath the metallic ring. I examined those sections with a microscope, and found the majority of the stains were due to oxide of iron ; some of them showed clotted blood; in some cases the woody portions had been...
Page 758 - ... a sharp darting character over the right eyebrow, and over the right side of the head. There is pain behind her eyes, mostly in the right. She complains, also, of a dull aching pain across the loins. When she walks she staggers as if she were drunk, and would often fall if not supported. She cannot walk at all with her eyes shut, and would instantly tumble down if she had nothing to lean upon. When her feet are put together and her eyes closed at the same time, she immediately falls over. In...

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