American Journal of Urology and Sexology, Volume 11 (Google eBook)

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Page 448 - ... the pure enthusiasts in the very character of their attachments. For they love not boys, but intelligent beings whose reason is beginning to be developed, much about the time at which their beards begin to grow...
Page 448 - The Love who is the offspring of the common. Aphrodite is essentially common, and has no discrimination, being such as the meaner sort of men feel, and is apt to be of women as well as of youths, and is of the body rather than of the soul...
Page 435 - The local irritation may increase the permeability of the meninges. 4. The acute irritation it produces may have a beneficial effect on the chronic inflammatory process. 5. The normal serum may contain substances which, brought into contact with the syphilitic exudate, cause it to resolve. The spirocheticidal effect has been demonstrated by Swift and Ellis, and, although the syphilitic antibodies are not directly demonstrable, it is reasonable to suppose they exist. The acute local...
Page 216 - The number of marriages in which repeated pregnancies result only in abortions is likewise abnormally high, constituting in our series 12.7 per cent. "Of our series of eighty-six marriages 45.3 per cent were absolutely childless. "Among 167 pregnancies there were forty-two abortions, miscarriages and stillbirths. "Among 123 living-born children twenty had already died before their eleventh year. "The number of living children per family is abnormally small. "A large number, in some investigations...
Page 463 - ... rapid when the sexual function has been performed in a normal manner. Prolonged excitement without gratification is perhaps the most prolific source of prostatic hyperaemia. Frequent masturbation and sexual excess will also produce marked circulatory excitement of a more or less permanent character. The periods of rest between the acts of ejaculation are so short that the circulation has no time to regain its normal equilibrium. Sexual excess and masturbation are still more potent factors in...
Page 396 - ... perfect." The realization that perversion and neurosis stand to one another as positive and negative is often unambiguously confirmed by observations made on members of the same family. Quite often in one family the brother will be sexually perverted, while the sister, who as a woman is endowed with a weaker sexual instinct...
Page 218 - Hospital and so on; and Ernest G. Mark, AB, MD, FACS Professor of Genitourinary and Venereal Diseases in the University Medical College, Kansas City, Missouri, and so on.
Page 280 - ... free from urethral infection. While it is possible for the male to become infected from articles that contain fresh gonorrheal pus, it is more probable that such infection would take place from sexual intercourse. CARE AND TREATMENT OF THE TWO BOYS Prophylaxis was placed on both cases. The mother was instructed as to the pussy discharge and ordered to burn all dressings. She was also warned of the dangers of gonorrheal ophthalmia. The children were placed on a non-stimulating diet. Excess of...
Page 155 - Considerable harm is being done at the present time by the use of unreliable non-specific or artificial extracts, in' two ways: (1) The marked discrepancies between the results of the Wassermann test and the clinical findings in many cases are causing clinicians to lose confidence in the value of the reaction, and thus they are being deprived of an important diagnostic and therapeutic aid; (2) a great many unfortunate people are being treated for syphilis who have not and who never had syphilis,...
Page 303 - By CHARLES B. NANCREDE, MD, Professor of Surgery and of Clinical Surgery in the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Corresponding Member of the Royal Academy of Medicine, Rome, Italy ; late Surgeon to the Jefferson Medical College, etc.

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