A Text-book of Medicine, Volume 2

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D. Appleton, 1911 - Medicine
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Contents

n Friedreichs disease and hereditary cerebellar ataxy SPASMODIC FAMILY PARAPLEGIA
1232
HI 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
INFANTILE POLIOMYELITISATROPHIC SPINAL PARALYSIS OF CHILD
1260
HOOD 120
1264
ACUTE DIFFUSE MYELITIS
1268
CHRONIC DIFFUSE MYELITIS
1271
SYPHILITIC MYELITIS
1273
AFFECTIONS OF THE CAUDA EQUINA AND OF THE FILUM TERMINALE
1277
HJ2MATOMYELL4
1283
SPINAL MENINGITIS
1284
POLIOENCEPHALITISDISEASES OF THE PONS CRURA AND BULB
1287
GLOSSOLABIOLARYNGEAL PARALYSISINFERIOR CHRONIC POLIO ENCEPHALITIS
1288
CHRONIC SUPERIOR POLIOENCEPHALITIS
1293
ACUTE AND SUBACUTE POLIOENCEPHALITIS
1296
WEBERS SYNDROMEBONNIERs SYNDROME
1297
DISEASES OF THE CEREBELLUM 1311
1301
DISEASES OF THE BRAIN
1310
CEREBRAL AN liMIA
1311
CEREBRAL SOFTENINGEMBOLISM ATHEROMA
1326
APHASIA
1331
ENCEPHALITISABSCESS OF THE BRAIN
1338
CHRONIC ENCEPHALITIS OF CHILDHOODHEMORRHAGESOFTEN INGPORENCEPHALIALOBAR SCLEROSISLITTLES DISEASE
1340
CEREBRAL TUMOURS K4i
1346
CEREBRAL SYPHILIS SYPHILITIC ARTERITIS GUMMATA AND SCLEROGUMMATOUS LESIONSSYPHILITIC GENERAL PSEUDO PARA...
1351
GENERAL PARALYSISCHRONIC MENINGOENCEPHALIT1S 1306
1366
SYPHILITIC NECROSIS AND PERFORATION OF THE VAULT OF THE SKULL DIAGNOSIS FROM TUBERCULOSIS AND FROM CANCER
1372
CEREBRAL LOCALIZATION
1389
DISCUSSION ON MEDICOSURGICAL ERRORS REGARDING CEREBRAL LOCALIZATION
1393
DISEASES OF THE BRAINContitl lied XIV TUBERCULAR MENINGITIS
1399
NONTUBERCULAR MENINGITIS
1403
CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS
1406
CHRONIC MENINGITISPACHYMENINGITISHEMATOMA OF THE DURA MATER
1423
MENINGEAL HEMORRHAGE
1425
HYDROCEPHALUS
1426
NEURITIS 142l
1429
NEUROSES
1435
n PARTIAL EPILEPSYJACKSONIAN EPILEPSY
1441
TRAUMATIC EPILEPSY
1448
HYSTERIA
1450
HYPNOTISMLETHARGYCATALEPSYSOMNAMBULISM
1467
NEURASTHENIA
1471
Vn ASTASIAABASIA
1474
CEREBROCARDIAC NEUROPATHYKRISHABERS DISEASE
1476
PARALYSIS AGITANSPARKINSONS DISEASE
1477
Sydenhams choreaST vituss dance
1479
CHOREA GRAVISCHOREIC PSYCHOSES I486
1486
TETANY
1491
OCCUPATION NEUROSES
1493
NEURALGIA
1494
PARALYSES
1517
SYPHILITIC FACIAL PARALYSIS
1525
PARALYSIS OF THE MOTOR NERVES OF THE EYE
1532
OPHTHALMOPLEGIA
1540
PARALYSIS OF THE MUSCULOSPIRAL NERVE
1542
RADICULAR PARALYSISRADiClLAR PARALYSIS OF THE BRACHIAL PLEXUS
1546
PARALYSIS OF THE TRIGEMINAL NERVE I549
1549
TROPHIC AND VASOMOTOR TROUBLES
1552
SCLERODERMIA
1557
PART VI
1801
unit
1804
PART VII
1820
LEUCOCYTH EMIA
1828
CHLOROSISCHLOROBRIQHTISM
1837
PURPURASCURVYINFANTILE SCJRVY
1850
PART VIII
1859
IT CHRONIC RHEUMATISM
1868
PSEUDORHEUMATISM DUE TO GONORRHE TUBERCULOSIS ETC
1876
GOUT
1881
DIABETES MELLITUS
1892
DIABETES INSIPIDUS
1928
OBESITY
1939
DIFFUSE SYMMETRICAL LIPOMATOSIS
1942
ADIPOSIS DOLOROSA
1947
MYXCEDEMA
1949
SCROFULALYMPHATISM
1952
PART IX
1956
FILARIASIS
1958
PART X
1962
OSTEOMALACIA
1965
ACROMEGALY I966
1966
PAGETS DISE3E PROGRESSIVE OSTEITIS DEFORMANS
1971
THOMSENS DISEASE 197l
1979
PROGRESSIVE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHIES
1981
PSEUDOHYPERTROPHIC MUSCULAR PARALYSIS
1983
PROGRESSIVE ATROPHIC MYOPATHY
1986
PART XI
1989
OONORRnCEA II SOFT CHANCRE
2004
HARD OR SYPHILITIC CHANCRE TREPONEMA PALLIDUM
2007
FULMINANT GANGRENE OF THE PENIS 1989 2004 2007
2015
ALCOHOLISM
2025
MERCURIAL POISONINGHYDRAROYRISM
2029
LEADPOISONING
2033
PHOSPHORUSPOISONING
2041
ARSENICALPOISONING
2043
POISONING BY OPIUM MORPHIA AND COCAINE
2045
POISONING BY TOBACCO
2048
CARBONIC OXIDE POISONINC
2049
INTOXICATION BY CARBON BISULPHIDE
2050
PELLAGRA
2052
APPENDIX ON THERAPEUTICS I MERCURIAL TREATMENTTREATMENT OF SYPHILIS
2055
ARSENICAL TREATMENTCACODYLATE OF SODA
2058
INJECTIONS OF ARTIFICIAL SERUM
2059
INDEX
2062

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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 1104 - It is a well-recognized fact t"hat the osmotic pressure of a solution is proportional to the number of molecules dissolved in a unit volume.
Page 1546 - If pressure is made with the same force on the common carotid above the 'carotid tubercle' (ie, the anterior tubercle of the transverse process of the sixth cervical vertebra), the space below that tubercle being left free, the jet from the vertebral artery will continue, while that from the internal carotid wholly ceases.
Page 1291 - ... which is situated in the lower part of the ascending frontal convolution, the...
Page 1347 - ... and scarcity of the pyramidal cells of the Rolandic cortex, protoplasmic prolongations less numerous and less ramified, the axis-cylinder prolongations more attenuated and less ramified, rarefaction of the fibres in the anterior two-thirds of the posterior segment of the internal capsule, in the feet of the cerebral peduncle, and in the crossed pyramidal bundle. There was a noteworthy diminution of the calibre of the nerve fibres.
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.
Page 1586 - ... foetid, abundant fluid flows from the nasal cavities ; the tonsils are tumefied, the breath is insufferably offensive; the pulse is small and suddenly resumes its characteristic frequency ; delirium and other nervous symptoms are reproduced ; the delirium persists, coma supervenes, while the skin becomes cold, the pulse more and more feeble, and the patient dies gradually after three or four days, or it may be without warning, as by syncope.
Page 1597 - ... to get rid of the scales which fell on it. The mother and daughter who received this letter were taken ill with scarlatina, and the former died, while the latter narrowly escaped death.
Page 1738 - Corresponding to the extent to which alcohol is used by the sexes and at different ages, the disease is more frequent in men than in women, and is very rarely seen during childhood.

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