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" of Anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania, described an exfoliation of the epithelial lining of the alimentary canal, whereby the extremities of the venous system of the part are denuded, as being characteristic of cholera alone. In "
Transactions of the Academy of Science of Saint Louis - Page cxlix
1886
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The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Volume 16

Medicine - 1835
...exclusively, if not entirely so, to the venous system. Fourth.—An exfoliation of the epidermic and venous lining of the alimentary canal, whereby the extremities of the venous system are denuded, and left patulous. The singularity of some of these positions, especially the third and...
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THE BRITSISH & FOREIGN MEDICAL REVIEW

JOHN FORBES M.D. F.R.S. - 1836
...exclusively, if not entirely so, to the venous system. 4. An exfoliation of the epidermic and venous lining of the alimentary canal, whereby the extremities of the venous system are denuded and left pabulous. [To do full justice to Dr. Homer's opinions, it would be necessary to...
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British and Foreign Medical Review: Or Quarterly Journal of ..., Volume 1

1836
...in texture and mode of adhesion the membrane of croup. 4. An exfoliation of the epidermic and venous lining of the alimentary canal, whereby the extremities of the venous system are denuded and left pabulous. [To do full justice to Dr. Homer's opinions, it would be necessary to...
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Summary of the Transactions of the College of Physicians of ..., Volume 2

College of Physicians of Philadelphia - 1849
...texture and mode of adhesion, the membrane of croup. Fourth, An exfoliation of the epidermic and venous lining of the alimentary canal, whereby the extremities of the venous system are denuded, and left patulous. Third, Vascular derangements and phenomena, which are confined, almost...
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Elements of medicine: a compendious view of pathology and therapeutics, or ...

Samuel Henry Dickson - 1855 - 752 pages
...exclusively, if not entirely so to the venous system. 4. An exfoliation of the epidermic and venous lining of the alimentary canal, whereby the extremities of the venous system are denuded and left patulous." Rostan found "the eyeball shrunken, with deep ulcérations of the cornea...
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Elements of medicine

Samuel Henry Dickson - Medicine - 1859 - 768 pages
...psorenterie of Serres." entirely so, to the venous system. 4. An exfoliation of the epidermic and venous lining of the alimentary canal, whereby the extremities of the venous system are denuded and left patulous." The stomach and bowels are often found filled with a serous or gelatinous...
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A System of Practical Medicine, Volume 1

William Pepper, Louis Starr - Medicine - 1885
...discussion. As long ago as the first American epidemic of cholera (1832-35) Dr. WE Horner, Professor of Anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania, described...denuded, as being characteristic of cholera alone. In 1849, Dr. Samuel Jackson, Professor of the Institutes of Medicine, and Dr. John Neill, Demonstrator...
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A System of practical medicine, Volume 1

1885
...discussion. As long ago as the first American epidemic of cholera (1832—35) Dr. WE Horner, Professor of Anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania, described...denuded, as being characteristic of cholera alone. In 1849, Dr. Samuel Jackson, Professor of the Institutes of Medicine, and Dr. John Neill, Demonstrator...
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Cholera: its origin, history, causation, symptoms, lesions, prevention, and ...

Alfred Stillé - Cholera - 1885 - 160 pages
...discussion. As long ago as the first American epidemic of cholera (1832-35) Dr. WE Homer, Professor of Anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania, described...denuded, as being characteristic of cholera alone. In 1849, Dr. Samuel Jackson, Professor of the Institutes of Medicine, and Dr. John Neill, Demonstrator...
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A Treatise on Asiatic cholera

Edmund Charles Wendt - Cholera - 1885 - 403 pages
...cholera (1832-35) Dr. W. R Homer, Professor of Anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania, described ˇm exfoliation of the epithelial lining of the alimentary...denuded, as being characteristic of cholera alone. In 1849, Dr. Samuel Jacooa, Professor of the Institutes of Medicine, and Dr. John Neill, Demonstrator...
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