Tropical Diseases: A Manual of the Diseases of Warm Climates

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Page 238 - At the end of the third and the beginning of the second century Palestine was a shuttlecock tossed between the Ptolemies and the Seleucids; but in the reign of Antiochus Epiphanes (c.
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Page 768 - A Manual of Chemistry : Inorganic and Organic, with an Introduction to the Study of Chemistry. For the Use of Students of Medicine. By ARTHUR P. LUFF, MD, B.Sc. Lend., MRCP ; Fellow of the Institute of Chemistry, &c. &c. With numerous Engravings. Third Thousand. 7.
Page 657 - Further, ankylostomiasis is an important disease from the standpoint of the employer of native labour. The invaliding and inefficiency which it causes among coolies, not to mention the deaths, are often financially a serious matter to the planter and the mine-owner. To them, any wisely directed expense or trouble undertaken for the treating and controlling of this helminthiasis will be abundantly repaid by the increased efficiency of the labourer.
Page 579 - Filaria nocturna are abscess ; lymphangitis ; varicose groin glands ; varicose axillary glands ; lymph scrotum ; cutaneous and deep lymphatic varix ; orchitis ; chyluria ; elephantiasis of the leg, scrotum, vulva, arm, mamma, and elsewhere ; chylous dropsy of the tunica vaginalis ; chylous ascites ; chylous diarrhoea, and probably other forms of disease depending on obstruction or varicosity of the lymphatics, or on death of the parent filaria.
Page 375 - ... the most gratifying results. Among the troops in India, on the appearance of cholera in their neighbourhood, special protective measures are promptly instituted, elaborate directions having been drawn up for the guidance of medical officers. For an account of these regulations the reader is referred to the Annual Report of the Sanitary Commissioner with the Government of India for 1895, Appendix, p. 189.
Page 105 - In all malarial attacks this periodicity tends to become, and in most attacks actually is, quotidian, tertian, or quartan in type. If we study the parasites associated with these various types we find that they, too, as has been fully described already, have a corresponding periodicity. We have also seen that the commencement of the fever in each case corresponds with the breaking up of the sporulating form of the parasite concerned. This last is an important point ; for, doubtless, when this breaking...
Page 319 - ... and finally quit the hospital quite well. He will be astonished to see, after perhaps a profuse diuresis, the bloated carcass that could hardly turn itself in bed rapidly shrivel to little more than skin and bone, and assume all the appearances of the atrophic cases ; and later, perhaps after many months, become rehabilitated, and, in due course, walk out of the hospital quite well. He will notice that the cardiac bruits come and go ; that the degree of dilatation of the heart is subject to fluctuations;...
Page 393 - The solitary follicles are generally swollen and raised, and of a bright red colour. Here and there, scattered among them, bright-red, sharply circumscribed, small purpuric spots may appear. Occasionally the background of the intestine may be described as though covered with a bright-red eruption, but with darker red haemorrhagic points scattered over this background. In the acute cases no definite ulceration takes place, but only a superficial coagulation necrosis of the mucosa.
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