British and Foreign Medical Review: Or Quarterly Journal of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Page 287 - among them were men of all conditions and countries; workmen, merchants, soldiers, lawyers, &c. The result was beyond his hopes. Tranquillity and harmony succeeded to tumult and disorder; and the whole discipline was marked with a regularity and kindness which had the most favorable effect on the insane themselves rendering even the most furious more tractable.
Page 618 - on Urethritis and Syphilis, inclnding Observations on the power of the Menstruous Fluid and of the Discharge from Leucorrhoea and Sores, to produce Urethritis : with a variety of Examples, Experiments, Remedies, and Cures. A new Nosological Classification of the
Page 255 - s letters to her daughter, as it is too " spirituel'' to bear translation. " Devinez ce que c'est que la chose du monde qui s'en va le plus vite et qui s'en va le plus lentement; qui vous fait approcher le plus
Page 618 - from Leucorrhoea and Sores, to produce Urethritis : with a variety of Examples, Experiments, Remedies, and Cures. A new Nosological Classification of the Venous Venereal Eruptions; each order illustrated by coloured plates, &c. By WH Judd,
Page 287 - notions became more just and sensible, and in less than a year he acknowledged the absurdity of his previous prepossession, and was dismissed from the Bicetre. In the next cell were three Prussian soldiers, who had been in chains for many years, but on what account no one
Page vii - on Human Health; constituting Elements of Hygiene. By ROBLEY DUNGLISON, MD, Professor of Materia Medica, Therapeutics, Hygiene, and Medical Jurisprudence, in the University of Maryland, &c.—Philadelphia, 1835. 8vo. pp.514. Lectures on the Means of Promoting and Preserving Health, delivered at the Mechanic's Institute,
Page 286 - than he had been accustomed to had been prepared for him, and he slept tranquilly. During the two succeeding years which he spent in the Bicetre, he had no return of
Page 286 - in motion, walking up and down the staircases, and uttering short exclamations of delight. In the evening he returned of his own accord into his cell, where a better
Page 612 - a case of Melaena, with observations on the alternate excess of morbid action in the mucous and serous membranes; on the virtues of James's Powder in the Apoplectic Diathesis. Vol.ii. 1818: Report of the Hardwick Fever Hospital for the year ending on the 31st March,
Page 312 - Birmingham, 1835. 8vo. 42. A Treatise on the Functional and Structural Changes of the Liver in the process of Disease ; and on the agency of Hepatic Derangements in producing other Disorders. By

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