The Hydropathic family physician

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Fowler and Wells, 1857 - Hydrotherapy - 816 pages
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Page 196 - There came to him a certain man, kneeling down to him and saying : Lord, have mercy on my son, for he is lunatic and sore vexed ; for oftentimes he falleth into the fire, and oft into the water.
Page 437 - So went Satan forth from the presence of the Lord, and smote Job with sore boils, from the sole of his foot unto his crown.
Page 196 - oftentimes he falleth into the fire, and oft into the water. And Jesus rebuked the devil, and he departed out of him ; and the child was
Page 150 - suddenly, deprived of sense and motion, and lies like a person in a deep sleep ; his face generally flushed, his breathing stertorous, his pulse full and not frequent, sometimes below the natural standard. In some of these cases convulsions occur ; in others rigidity and contraction of the muscles of the limbs, sometimes on one side only;
Page 44 - and the membranes ; it affects the body, and affects likewise the mind. It is therefore a disease of the whole system, in every kind of sense. It does not, however, affect the various parts of the system uniformly and equally ; but, on the contrary, sometimes one part is much more affected in
Page 214 - of effusion on the brain had been entertained. But on coming to examine them closely, it was found that they readily contracted when the light fell upon them ; her eyes were open, but no rising of the chest, no movement of the nostrils, no appearance of respiration could be seen. The only signs of life were
Page 166 - and in a burst of enthusiasm declared that he already experienced the effects of its benign influence throughout his whole body. The opportunity was too tempting to be lost. Davy did nothing more, but desired
Page 214 - in bed, her eyes open, staring lifelessly, her arms outstretched, yet without any visible sign of animation ; she was very thin and pallid, and looked like a corpse that had been propped up, and had stiffened in this attitude. We now took her out of bed, placed her upright, and endeavored to rouse her by calling loudly in her
Page 341 - polygonal outlines, which represent the lobules of the organ, and the area of each of these polygonal spaces is crossed by lighter lines. " Each lung is divided into two lobes by a long and deep fissure, which extends from the posterior surface of the upper part of the organ, downward and forward,
Page 409 - the aperture of a little tube about a quarter of an inch long, it follows that in a square inch of the skin of the palm of the hand,

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