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Green's Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 3
John William Ballantyne
No preview available - 2015
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Page 79 - Agglutinins begin to appear in the blood serum about the end of the first, or the beginning of the second, week of the disease, with low titers of 1:20 to 1:40.
Page 488 - Now it is a violent stretching and tearing of the ligaments — now it is a gnawing pain and now a pressure and tightening. So exquisite and lively meanwhile is the feeling of the part affected, that it cannot bear the weight of the bedclothes nor the jar of a person walking in the room.
Page 85 - Thine eyes did see my substance, yet being imperfect : and in Thy book were all my members written ; Which day by day were fashioned : when as yet there was none of them.
Page 488 - About two o'clock in the morning he is awakened by a severe pain in the great toe; more rarely in the heel, ankle or instep. This pain is like that of a dislocation, and yet the parts feel as if cold water were poured over them. Then follow chills and shivers, and a little fever. The pain, which was at first moderate, becomes more intense. With its intensity the chills and shivers increase.
Page 162 - The principles which guide the treatment of epileptics in a colony are: " 1. Regular and congenial employment of a kind suited to the mental and physical condition of individual cases. " 2. A suitably arranged and simple mode of life, with avoidance of excitement and abstinence from alcoholic liquors. " 3. The judicious alternation of work and play, and the encouragement of the simpler forms of outdoor exercise. " 4. The reduction of the usual sedative medicinal remedies to a minimal amount."2 Classification...
Page 327 - When the lesions are confined to the liver (c) When the lesions are confined to the pharyngeal lymphatic glands (d) When the lesions are confined to any combination of the foregoing, but are collectively small in extent...
Page 327 - In view of the greater tendency to generalisation of tuberculosis in the pig, we consider that the presence of tubercular deposit in any degree should involve seizure of the whole carcase and of the organs. In respect of foreign dead meat, seizure shall ensue in every case where the pleura have been '.
Page 327 - ... (a) When there is miliary tuberculosis of both lungs (b) When tuberculous lesions are present on the pleura and peritoneum (c) When tuberculous lesions are present in the muscular system , or in the lymphatic glands embedded in or between the muscles (d) When tuberculous lesions exist in any part of an emaciated carcass . . , (a) When the lesions are confined to the lungs...
Page 388 - Inheritance which he stated as follows : The two parents contribute between them on the average one half of each inherited faculty, each of them contributing one quarter of it. The four grandparents contribute between them one quarter, or each of them one sixteenth; and so on, the sum of the series 1/2 + 1/4 +'1/8 + 1/16 . . . being equal to 1, as it should be.