Borderline diseases, Volume 1

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D. Appleton and Company, 1915 - Diagnosis
 

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Page 411 - 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 218 - One cord moderately abducted and motionless, the other moving freely, and even beyond the middle line, in phonation. Both cords near together, and during inspiration not separated, but even drawn nearer together. One cord near the middle line not moving during inspiration, the other normal.
Page 550 - 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, and generally after the maturation of the pocks: generalized vaccinia — (a) by autoinoculation, (b) by general infection; impetigo; accidental erysipelas; vaccinal ulceration; glandular abscess; septic infections; gangrene. 4. After the involution of the pocks: invaccinated diseases, for example, syphilis.
Page 554 - In the centre of each spot, there is noted, in strong daylight, a minute bluishwhite speck. These red spots, with accompanying specks of a bluish-white color, are absolutely pathognomonic of beginning measles, and when seen can be relied upon as the forerunner of the skin eruption.
Page 411 - All constitutional symptoms and expectoration with bacilli absent for a period of three months; the physical signs to be those of a healed lesion.
Page 375 - Paracolons. — Those which do not cause typhoidal symptoms in man. A group containing many different members but culturally alike. " Paratyphoids. — Those which cause typhoidal symptoms, (a) A distinct species culturally unlike the paracolons. (6) A distinct species culturally resembling the paracolons.
Page 636 - Rhythmicity." 2. The power of being able to receive a stimulus — excitability. 3. The power of conveying a stimulus from fiber to fiber — conductivity. 4. The power of contracting when stimulated — contractility. 5. The power to retain a certain amount of contraction...
Page 550 - 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 207 - A defect of the lateral action of the eyes, normally brought about by the internal rectus of one eye and the external rectus of the other, is usually easily observed.
Page 217 - Both cords moderately abducted and motionless. One cord moderately abducted and motionless, the other moving freely, and even beyond the middle line, in phonation. Both cords near together, and during inspiration not separated, but even drawn nearer together.