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Page 1442 - It may be laid down that there is no really non-actinic illumination in the true sense of the word ; that is to say, that there is no light, whatever may be its spectral distribution and however weak in intensity it may be, which will not' fog a photographic emulsion if allowed to act for long enough.
Page 1406 - ... sensation of illness is felt, and some involuntary jerks in the muscles of the nape of the neck and of the back ; the head is thrown backward, the trunk is upright. At the level of the last dorsal vertebra the sensation of illness provoked by the pressure is so great that the patient shrinks from our observation. This rather strange localization of the pain, on the level with the last dorsal vertebra, seems...
Page 1291 - ... which is situated in the lower part of the ascending frontal convolution, the...
Page 1116 - ... according to Schilling. The term Bright's disease implies the idea of bilateral nephritis. The presence of albumin and casts in the urine is not sufficient to prompt the diagnosis of Bright's disease. This confusion is made by surgeons. It may falsify our ideas. I am of the opinion that some of the cases are due to tuberculosis. In some of the published cases, nevertheless, it does seem that tuberculosis was not present and that they were really cases of chronic unilateral nephritis without pain...
Page 1435 - ... palpitation, lancinating pains in the- chest, constriction of the throat, an irresistible impulse to run or turn round and round, hallucinations (flashes of light before the eyes or sounds of whistling resounding in. the ears). The aura lasts a few seconds, or a few minutes, and sometimes in itself constitutes the whole attack. This latter, however, when exhibited in full force, suddenly seizes the patient...
Page 1931 - A youth, eighteen years of age, who had always been in good health, received a...
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.
Page 1352 - The arteries of the base of the brain were the seat of opaline plaques slightly prominent in the inner coat.