Borderline diseases, Volume 2

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D. Appleton and Company, 1915 - Diagnosis
 

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Page 434 - disease or disorder affecting the brain characterized by recurrent paroxysms which are abrupt in appearance, variable in duration, but generally short, and in which there is impairment or loss of consciousness together with impairment or loss of motor coordination, with or without convulsions.
Page 102 - noted that a large number of cases of gastric cancer must be diagnosticated independently of the test-meal findings, yet, on the other hand, there are a few cases in which the subjective symptoms are indefinite, and where the test-meal throws the first light upon the real pathological condition present.
Page 277 - cases so far studied the test has proved of value in determining to what degree renal insufficiency was responsible for the clinical picture presented. 11. The test has proved of value not only in diagnosing uremia from conditions simulating it,
Page 89 - 71 per cent, presented sufficient gross and microscopic evidence of previous ulcer to warrant placing them in a group labelled 'carcinoma developing on preceding ulcer.
Page 485 - WICKMAN'S CLASSIFICATION 1. Ordinary spinal paralysis; anterior poliomyelitis. 2. Progressive paralysis, usually ascending, less often descending; Landry's paralysis. 3. Bulbar paralysis ; polioencephalitis.
Page 612 - Cases of dyspituitarism in which not only the signs indicating distortion of neighboring structures, but also the constitutional effects of altered glandular activity are outspoken.
Page 278 - the absolute amount of work done by each kidney as well as the relative proportion can be determined when the urines are obtained separately.
Page 590 - in the lower end of the femur or upper end of the tibia. The
Page 27 - cases. Both patients had periodic attacks continuing from three to fourteen days, during which they were not able to swallow either liquid or solid food. I think that in these cases diffuse dilatation of the esophagus would have ultimately developed. "3. Cardiospasm without diffuse dilatation but with gross lesions in the stomach,
Page 418 - nerve is the nerve of taste for the posterior third of the tongue, and

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