Elements of medicine

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Blanchard and Lea, 1859 - Medicine - 768 pages
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Implammationa complex condition a fluxus determination to a part local
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IVbiodicitythe special revolution rhythm and duration of diseases selflimit
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Their effects their termination the dogma of a special vis medicatrix naturae
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Classification of Diseasesa matter of expediency and convenience the phy
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These various types of fever absolutely distinct the dogma of a common febrile
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Intbrmittentssubdivided according to the time occupied by their revolutions
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Remittent Feversclosely connected with malarious intermittents belong
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Country Fevera local phrasesignificant however of peculiarities widely recog
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Continued Feversdefined and described not connected like the periodical
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Typhous Feverincluding two groups Typhoid and Typhus the opinion main
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its history curious and interesting
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Pxecmoxia Tyfhoidesrecognized as a distinct form of fever best if not exclu
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SYMPTOMATIC FEVERthe phrase too vaguely used to denote the febrile
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Typhoid better designated as by Professor Wood Enteric Fever exhibits
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Cardiac Affectionsthe great organ of the circulation liable
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Akgixa Pectoris Sternalgia of obscure pathology its probable seat and proxi
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Hemorrhagesobviously divided into simple and cachectic the former treated
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Hemorrhages op Cachectic CharacterPurpura and Scurvy which closely
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Hydropsgeneral history constitutes a diathesis or rather a special cachexy
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Scrofulokis Struma Scrofulaa specific cachexy or morbid diathesis with
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Tcbebcplosisclosely allied to Scrofulosis and Tjphosis not readily or clearly
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SECTION II
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GastritisAcute seldom occurs alone or idiopathicallythe chronic form is more
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Exteritisacute or chronic general or local when portions of the tube are exclu
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Cosstipatiohmay result from torpor or obstruction spasmodic or mechanical
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SECTION III
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The Respibatobydyspnoea orthopnoea cough and expeotoration exploration
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Cbocpacute laryngotracheitis affects children often adults rarely inflamma
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Lartngitis ChronicLaryngeal Phthisisa follicular inflammation and ulcera
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Pneumonia Acutedescribed splenization hepatization carnification and infil
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Chronic PneumoniaApostematous Phthisis pulmonary abscess not very unfre
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Asthmaa neuropathic affection purely spasmodic in dry nervous asthma rigid
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Pxbtussisa complicated disease of the respiratory organs pyrectic convulsive
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SECTION IV
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PHBcrrns Acute and Chronicthe former not frequent as idiopathic requires
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Apoplexythe result of pressure upon the brain intravascular or by hemor
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Paraplegiapalsy of the lower half of the body often the result of obvious
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Tbtahusprobably seated primarily in the spine soon involves the whole sensorial
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acute or chronic both rare their causes
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Neuralgia Spinal Irritation Tio Douloureux Visceral Neuralgiapathology
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GoctArthritisPodagraa constitutional diatliesiB universal vice of
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SECTION VI
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Vaccixedescribed its history given and its relations to variola 726731
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Scarlatisaits source unknown propagated by aerial diffusion and by sangui
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Ektsipklasan ancient and universal malady its relations with ochlesis clear
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DehgueScarlatina Rhcumatica of Coplanda modern disease described
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Varied forms of the latter known
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Vesical AffectionsCystitis acute and chronic the former rare the latter
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Addisons DiseaseBronzed Skin disease of suprarenal capsules an affection
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