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Page 73 - has already become favorably known as one of the best presentations of the subject. In the present translation, the editor has incorporated descriptions of a number of additional outbreaks of food poisoning, elaborating upon the prophylaxis applicable to American conditions, and going more fully into the details of treatment.
Page 73 - Bacterial Food Poisoning" has already become favorably known as one of the best presentations of the subject. In the present translation, the editor has incorporated descriptions of a number of recent outbreaks of food poisoning, elaborating upon the prophylaxis applicable to American conditions, and also going more fully into detail on the subject -of- treatment. He has slightly rearranged the material so that paragraph headings could be inserted and the subject of all chapters discussed in the...
Page 75 - I have designated as Splanchnic Neurasthenia. This special form of nerve weakness is characterized by paroxysms of depression of varying duration, and is popularly known as "the blues.
Page 76 - ... cystoscopy was beyond their reach, but the recent improvements and reduction in cost of the instruments for this purpose have brought it within the reach of all, thus enabling them to accurately diagnose and successfully treat various hitherto obscure disorders of the bladder and kidneys.
Page 74 - Prepaid, $1.00 net. EB Treat & Co., Medical Publishers, 241-243 West 23d street, New York. 1909. Published less than a year ago, Prof. Dieudonne's manual on "Bacterial Food Poisoning" has already become favorably known as one of the best presentations of the subject.
Page 75 - A large number of neurasthenics suffer from this form of the affection and in most instances, while it is not necessarily the fundamental condition in neurasthenia, it is practically always present as a complication, which, if uncorrected, conduces to the valetudinarianism so common among neurasthenics. No more exalted testimonial could be accorded to the value of this work than its augmenting sale and the early demand for a third edition.
Page 76 - York This book has been written for the guidance of the general practitioner, the chief aim of the author being to give practical methods for the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the urinary bladder.
Page 67 - The irritation of the sensitive connections would therefore produce pain, and that of the centrifugal connections (vasomotor) ischsemia of the myocardium. According to which of these components prevails, the polymorphic character of the stenocardiac paroxysms and the phenomena of radiation would be susceptible of interpretation. The anguish could be explained as being due to the centripetal connections and to the vagus, owing to an irritation of the oblongata. Let us keep the complete circle...
Page 68 - A healthy heart will overcome such an attack, even though it be serious, but if the heart muscle is weak and reduced in efficiency, whether from deficient nutrition or fatty degeneration, myocarditis or adhesions to the pericardium, then even a rudimentary vascular spasm in the heart muscle may lead to a catastrophe, just as a fatty degenerated heart may suddenly cease to work without the presence of an acute ischaemia.
Page 67 - In order to bring about a stenocardiac attack it would therefore be a matter of indifference whether the causative irritation starts in the end apparatus — that is the sensitive organs of the coronary arteries — in the transit station — that is the cardiac nerves — in the rami communicantes, or finally in the central apparatus — that is the spinal cord.