A Handbook of Medical Diagnosis: For the Use of Practitioners and Students

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J. B. Lippincott Company, 1915 - 1441 pages
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Contents

The Examination of the Upper Airpassages and the Ear Rhinoscopy
221
Positions of the Vocal Cords
226
The Examination of the Blood
229
Blood Corpuscles
258
Neutrophile Leukocytosis 2 Eosinophilia 3 Lymphocytosis 4 Myelsmia
262
The Examination of the Urine
264
Diseases of the Liver 077
269
The Examination of the Sputum
296
Tuiiercle Bacilli in Sputum
298
The Examination of Transudates Exudates and the Contents of Cysts
300
Connection between Sympathetic Nerves Supplying Viscera and Spinal Nerves Supplying Muscles of Abdominal Walls
331
Varieties in the Normal Fundus
352
Changes in Arteriosclerosis
376
Examination by Means of Rontgen Rays
377
PART III
389
Bones Joints Musculature Posture Attitude and Gait Posture
402
TV Temperature Heat Mechanism Fever Hypothermia Significance
419
Respiration Modified Respiratory Movements Cough and Allied Phenomena Significance of Cough in Diagnosis Expectoration or Sputum
436
Circulation Pulsation Radial Pulse Anomalies of the Pulse Venous
460
The Digestive System The Mouth Lips Teeth Gums Tongue
477
The Digestive System continued The Palate Tonsils Pharynx
490
General Symptomatic Disorders of the Nervous System Pain Ten
558
Psychical Conditions Emotional States Derangements of Con
593
PART IV
605
Typhus Fever
641
The Variolous Diseases
647
Typical Vaccination
664
Scarlet Fever
670
Measles
681
Rubella
687
Inlfuenza
697
Diphtheria
705
Vincents Angina
713
Cerebrospinal Fever
730
Erysipelas
737
Rheumatic Fever
746
Tuberculosis
784
Syphilis
821
XXXry Gonorrhea
831
Glandular Fever
837
Tertian and Quartan Malarial Parasites
847
JCIV jEstivoautumnal Malarial Parasites
849
Pellagra
854
Diseases due to Cestodes
858
THE DIAGNOSIS OF THE CHRONIC INTOXICATIONS
876
Poisoning by Mercury
887
Fish Poisoning Ichthyismus
893
THE DIAGNOSIS OF HEATSTROKE AND ELECTRIC STROKE
899
arthritis Deformans
908
Nutritional Diseases
922
IX
935
Diseases of the Intestines
952
Enteroptosis
972
Diseases of the Pancreas
1013
Diseases of the Peritoneum
1021
X
1035
TO Diseases of the Bronchi
1051
Diseases of the Pulmonary Tissue
1061
Diseases of the Mediastinum
1083
XI
1107
Uremia
1113
Pyelitis
1121
Tumors of the Kidney
1131
Leukemia
1143
Hodgkins Disease
1149
Movable Spleen
1162
Lymphatism
1168
Diseases of the Adrenal Bodies
1178
Congenital Lesions of the Heart
1234
DISEASES OF THE ARTERIES
1243
XIV
1264
The Cerebral Palsies of Children
1277
Diseases of the Cerebellum
1299
Diseases of the Pon3
1300
Bulbar Palsy
1302
Pseudobulbar Palsy
1304
DISEASES OF THE CRANIAL NERVES
1306
First Nerve
1307
Second Nerve
1308
Third Fourth and Sixth NervesMotor Nerves of the Eye
1310
Fifth Nerve
1311
Seventh Nerve
1314
Eighth Nerve
1316
Ninth Nerve
1318
Tenth Nerve
1319
Eleventh Nerve
1320
Twelfth Nerve
1321
DISEASES OF THE SPINAL CORD I Spinal Meningitis
1322
Myelitis
1323
Anterior Poliomyelitis
1326
Acute Ascending Paralysis Landry
1328
Progressive Muscular Atrophy
1329
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
1331
Primary Lateral Sclerosis
1332
Ataxic Paraplegia
1337
Hereditary Ataxia Friedreich
1338
Syringomyelia
1339
Syphilis of the Spinal Cord
1341
Tumors of the Spinal Cord
1343
Injuries of the Spinal Cord
1345
Hemorrhage in the Spinal Cord
1347
Softening of the Spinal Cord
1349
The Caisson Disease
1350
Diseases of the Cauda Equina
1351
Spina Bifida
1353
The Cervical Plexus
1357
HI The Phrenic Nerve
1358
The Brachial Plexus
1359
The Anterior Thoracic Nerves
1360
The Circumflex Nerve
1361
The Musculospiral Nerve
1362
The Median Nerve
1363
The Ulnar Nerve
1364
The Intercostal Nerves
1365
The Lumbar Plexus
1366
The Anterior Crural Nerve
1367
The Obturator Nerve
1368
The Sciatic Nerves
1369
The Internal Popliteal Nerve
1371
The Peroneal Nerve
1372
GENERAL NERVOUS DISEASES I Chorea
1373
Choreiform Affections
1376
Epilepsy 1378
1379
Hysteria
1384
Hypnotism
1389
Neurasthenia
1390
Occupation Neuroses
1392
Migraine
1394
Paralysis Agitans
1397
Tetany
1399
The Tics 140O
1400
VASOMOTOR AND TROPHIC DISEASES I Raynauds Disease
1401
Erythromelalgia
1403
Angioneurotic Edema
1404
Hemifacial Atrophy
1405
Osteitis Deformans
1406
Achondroplasia
1409
THE DIAGNOSIS OF DISEASES OF THE MUSCLES I Myositis
1410
The Myopathies
1411
Myotonia
1413
Paramyoclonus Multiplex
1414
Index
1417
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Page 803 - Slight initial lesion in the form of infiltration limited to the apex or a small part of one lobe. " No tuberculous complications. Slight or no constitutional symptoms (particularly including gastric or intestinal disturbances or rapid loss of weight). " Slight or no elevation of temperature or acceleration of pulse at any time during the twenty-four hours, especially after rest. " Expectoration usually small in amount or absent. " Tubercle bacilli may be present or absent.
Page 649 - Christian name of this old solar festivity ; for the ecclesiastical authorities saw fit, about the end of the third or the beginning of the fourth century...
Page 35 - ... fluid — a mixture of pus and biliary matter. This abscess did not involve any portion of the substance of the liver except the surface with which it was in contact, and no communication could be detected between it and any part of the wound.
Page 748 - ... 6. An attack of yellow fever, produced by the bite of the mosquito, confers immunity against the subsequent injection of the blood of an individual suffering from the non-experimental form of this disease. 7. The period of incubation in thirteen cases of experimental yellow fever has varied from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours.
Page 666 - Acland thus arranges the dates at which the possible eruptions and complications may be looked for: 1. During the first three days: Erythema; urticaria; vesicular and bullous eruptions; invaccinated erysipelas. 2. After the third day and until the pock reaches maturity: Urticaria; lichen urticatus, erythema multiforme; accidental erysipelas. 3. About the end of the first week: Generalized vaccinia; impetigo; vaccinal ulcération; glandular abscess; septic infections; gangrene. 4. After the involution...
Page 748 - ... 5. Yellow fever can also be experimentally produced by the subcutaneous injection of blood taken from the general circulation during the first and second days of this disease.
Page 748 - Steyomyia fasciata — serves as the intermediate host for the parasite of yellow fever. 2. Yellow fever is transmitted to the non-immune individual by means of the bite of the mosquito that has previously fed on the blood of those sick with this disease.
Page 803 - Absence of all constitutional symptoms; expectoration and bacilli may or may not be present; physical signs stationary or retrogressive; the foregoing conditions to have existed for at least two months.
Page 809 - These include diseases of the conjunctiva, eyelids, and cornea, and of the internal structures of the eye. Undue exposure to dust, smoke, or strong light should be avoided during the test.
Page 748 - A house may be said to be infected with yellow fever only when there are present within its walls contaminated mosquitoes capable of conveying the parasite of this disease. "10. The spread of yellow fever can be most effectually controlled by measures directed to the destruction of mosquitoes and the protection of the sick against the bites of these insects. "11. While the mode of propagation of yellow fever has now been definitely determined, the specific cause of this disease remains to be discovered.

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