A course of medical studies: containing a comparative view of the anatomical structure of man and of animals, a history of diseases, and an account of the knowledge hitherto acquired with regard to the regular action of the different organs; a work chiefly designed for the use of medical students. Tr. from the French, Volume 3
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abdomen acquired acute affection aliments animal aphonia apoplexy arise arteries asphyxia aster asterwards atmofphere attack becomes besore blood body bones breast carbonic acid catarrh cause chyle cicatrization cold colic colour constitution continued contraction convulsive cure degree derangement digestion disease duodenum epigastrium exceedingly excited exercise exhibits experiences expofed eyes fame fever flatulent fluid frequently glands gradually habitual heat impression increase individuals intestines irritation larynx length limbs lise lungs lymphatic mania manisests manner membrane ment mode of action moleculæ mucous muscles muscular neral nerves nervous action observed pain painsul paroxysms particular patient peculiar persons phænomena phlegmasiæ phlegmon produce progress proper respiration result retina secretion sensation sensible serous serous membranes skin sometimes stimulants stomach strong substances sudden sunctions surnished susceptible swelling symptoms syphilis systems of organs takes place termination theresore thofe thoracic duct tion tissue tumour urine uterus varied vascular tissue VESANIC vessels violent vomiting weak wound