A text-book of medicine

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D. Appleton, 1912 - Medical
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Contents

COMBINED SCLEROSIS
1235
SYRINGOMYELIA
1238
PROGRESSIVE MUSCULAR ATROPHY
1242
SECONDARY AND PRIMARY LATERAL SCLEROSISSPASMODIC TABES DORSALIS
1249
AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS
1251
INSULAR SCLEROSIS
1253
ACUTE MYELITIS IN GENERAL
1257
POLIOMYELITIS IN THE ADULTACUTE SPINAL PARALYSIS IN THE ADULT
1264
ACUTE DIFFUSE MYELITIS
1268
CHRONIC DIFFUSE MYELITIS
1271
SYPHILITIC MYELITIS
1273
AFFECTIONS OF THE CAUDA EQUINA AND OF THE FILUM TERMINALE
1277
HEMATOMYELIA
1280
COMPRESSION OF THE SPINAL CORD
1283
SPINAL MENINGITIS
1284
n POLIOENCEPHALITISDISEASES OF THE PONS CRURA AND BULB
1287
QLOSSOLABIOIARYNOEAL PARALYSISINFERIOR CHRONIC POLIO ENCEPHALITIS
1288
CHRONIC SUPERIOR POLIOENCEPHALITIS
1293
ACUTE AND SUBACUTE POLIOENCEPHALITIS
1296
rv webers syndromebonniers syndrome
1297
DISEASES OF THE CEREBELLUM
1301
DISEASES OF THE BRAIN
1310
CEREBRAL ANEMIA
1311
CEREBRAL SOFTENINGEMBOLISM ATHEROMA
1326
APHASIA
1331
ENCEPHALITISABSCESS OF THE BRAIN
1338
CHRONIC ENCEPHALITIS OF CHILDHOODHEMORRHAGESOFTEN INGPORENCEPHALIALOBAR SCLEROSISLITTLES DISEASE
1340
Vni CEREBRAL TUMOURS
1346
EX CEREBRAL SYPHILIS SYPHILITIC ARTERITIS GUMMATA AND SCLEROGUMMATOUS LESIONSSYPHILITIC GENERAL PSEUDO P...
1351
GENERAL PARALYSISCHRONIC MENINGOENCEPHALITIS
1366
SYPHILITIC NECROSIS AND PERFORATION OF THE VAULT OF THE SKULL DIAGNOSIS FROM TUBERCULOSIS AND FROM CANCER
1372
CEREBRAL LOCALIZATION
1389
DISCUSSION ON MEDICOSURC1CAL ERRORS REGARDING CEREBRAL LOCALIZATION
1393
XIV TUBERCULAR MENINGITIS
1399
NONTUBERCULAR MENINGITIS
1403
CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS
1406
CHRONIC MENINGITISPACHYMENINOIT1S HEMATOMA OF THE DURA MATER
1423
MENINGEAL HEMORRHAGE
1425
HYDROCEPHALUS
1426
NEUBITTS
1429
K EUROS ES
1435
PARTIAL EPILEPSYJACKSONIAN EPILEPSY
1441
TRAUMATIC EPII EPSY
1448
HYSTERIA
1450

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Page 1528 - Injuries to the trigeminus, or to the facial nerve outside the skull, may cause loss of taste in the anterior twothirds of the tongue, on the same side; to the glossopharyngeal, in the posterior two-thirds.
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