A Text-book of Medicine, Volume 1

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D. Appleton, 1911 - Medicine
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Page 226 - This is particularly well shown by the nickel silicate itself, which consists of rounded concretions varying from the size of a pin's head to that of a walnut. When broken open, these are usually found to consist of homogeneous, apple-green, amorphous-looking nickel silicate...
Page 321 - AR was suspected as the cause of this aortic diastolic murmur. Note the regular vibrations seen in all phonocardiograms of musical murmurs. Site 1.
Page 212 - The tubercles vary in size from a pin's head to a small pea ; they may...
Page 297 - ... adhesions with the serous membrane, and becomes intimately amalgamated with the fibrinous mass occupying the course of the wound, to which it has become closely adherent. The wound is in this way obliterated throughout its entire course by a fibrinous clot, and its lips are covered by a fibrinous disk, adherent to the pleura, to the lips of the wound, and to the plugging fibrinous clot. It bears a considerable resemblance to a large fibrinous nail, the stem occupying the course taken by the wounding...
Page 692 - The seat of the tumefaction and pain, just below the centre of a line drawn from the umbilicus to the right...
Page 483 - In the small arteries and in those of medium size the lesions are not visible to the naked eye, but under the microscope they are identical with those found in the large arteries.
Page 575 - From the first, or in a short while, we notice enlargement of the glands at the angle of the jaw on the same side as the affected tonsil.
Page 469 - ... intervention in these patients. The hypersensitive explosive nervous system, continually dreading the knife, is made worse by the very prospect of surgery and often killed by the surgical shock and anesthesia. This termination occurs either while on the operating table or shortly afterwards. "It is ... . impossible at present to give surgical treatment the preference over medical means.
Page 497 - This variety merits special recognition ; I have called it aneurysm of the recurrent type. In this region the aorta beyond the bifurcation of the pulmonary artery is placed in front and a little to the left of the trachea, and proceeds towards I FIG. 20. — ANEURYSM OF THE AORTA, RECURRENT TYPE. A, Section of the...
Page 171 - Good results are obtained by the addition of 1 to 2 per cent. of glucose to the glycerinated media.

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