Conservative gynecology and electro-therapeutics

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F.A. Davis Company, 1906 - 467 pages

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Page 249 - The strength of the current is equal to the electro-motive force divided by the resistance...
Page 204 - ... 1. Chronic gastritis in all its forms excepting those accompanied by hyperchlorhydria. "2. Anacidity or subacidity, except when dependent upon acute gastritis, carcinoma, or, though this does not often coexist, ulcer.
Page 205 - In a group of symptoms which comprise especially tenderness, over a region three or four inches in diameter including the umbilicus as its center, and a marked pulsation of the abdominal aorta in the entire epigastric region. These symptoms have been assumed, with how much...
Page 218 - The risks have been proved to be small, and the patient is relieved from possible future troubles due to retention of the products of conception. But all men are not experts in pelvic surgery. The danger which threatens the life of the patient is often imminent, and assistance from afar is not always easy to obtain. Under these conditions the indication for treatment is plainly the adoption of measures to destroy the life of the foetus, and thus, by arresting the growth of the ovum, to diminish the...
Page 210 - Tubo-uterine, or interstitial, is contained in part of tube embraced by uterine tissue, and, so far as is known, is uniformly fatal by primary intra-peritoneal rupture, as (b) before fifth month. Dr. Joseph Price states that "rupture of tube is not synonymous with rupture of fetal sac," though rupture of tube and sac may or generally occurs at the same time.
Page 91 - Though our results after hysterectomy show the lowest mortality of any yet recorded, and though we have had but a single death after removal of the ovaries for fibroid in almost one hundred operations, we reject even the minor operation in favor of Dr. Apostoli's treatment, and we reject hysterectomy altogether on account of the mortality that has hitherto attended it all over the world. The method given us by Dr. Apostoli is good, and it will endure. We have no fear now of its passing away and being...
Page 205 - Ulceration in any part of the stomach or intestines. (2) Cancer of any of the abdominal organs. (3) Acute inflammation in any part of the gastro-intestinal tract. (4) Hyperchlorhydria. (5) Prolapsed kidneys which are acutely sensitive to palpation. (6) Aneurism of any of the abdominal or thoracic arteries. (7) During the menstrual period, when the flow is excessive or when there is a tendency to menorrhagia.
Page 209 - ... (b) Abdominal or intraperitoneal gestation; uniformly fatal (unless removed by abdominal section), primarily by hemorrhage, secondarily by suppuration of the sac and peritonitis.

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