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Spinal Concussion: Surgically Considered As a Cause ... Erichsen's Disease ...
Shobal Vail Clevenger
No preview available - 2015
Spinal Concussion: Surgically Considered as a Cause ... Erichsen's Disease ...
Shobal Vail Clevenger
No preview available - 2018
affected alcoholic anaesthesia anatomical arteries atrophy body brain cause cerebral cerebro-spinal cervical chronic claim clinical concussion symptoms condition congestion contraction degeneration dementia derangements dilatation disorder disturbance dorsal electrical epilepsy Erichsen's disease especially examination excitability exist extremities F. A. DAVIS faradic fibres fracture frequently functional galvanic ganglia ganglion head injury headaches hebephrenia hemiparesis hyperesthesia hysteria hysterical impaired increased induced inferior cervical ganglion left leg left side lesion limbs loss lumbar matter Medical Publisher membranes meningitis mental milliamperes motor muscles muscular myelitis nerve-roots nerves nervous system neuroses observed occur organic pain paralysis paraplegia paresis paretic dementia pathological patient peculiar phenomena Philadelphia photophobia physician plexus practitioner produce reflex region sensation sensory shock slight spinal concussion spinal cord spinal irritation spinal nerves spine suffered surgeon Surgical sympathetic sympathetic nervous system syphilis tinnitus tion traumatic insanity treatment tremors trouble usually vascular vasomotor vertebrae vessels
Page 200 - of the sympathetic with the cranial nerves is as follows:— "With the first nerve, only indirectly through the nasal branch of the ophthalmic nerve (of the first division of the fifth), which nerve is joined by filaments from the cavernous plexus of the sympathetic. "With the second nerve, the optic, perhaps by a
Page 195 - a moment, be put in a state of extreme tension, because, as they pass through the intervertebral foramina, they are fixed there by the dura mater ; and, if the spinal marrow be dragged from them, the intermediate parts must necessarily be put upon the stretch, producing at the same time the 'pins and .needles