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abscess acid acute antiseptic appearance become bladder blood bubo calculus canal catheter cause chancre chancroid chronic clinical condition congestion consideration constitutional cure cystitis deposit diagnosis dilation disease disturbance doses effects enlargement especially exists female fistula fluid frequent genital genito-urinary tract germ glands glans gonorrhea gonorrheal hematuria hemorrhage hydrocele hyperemia hyperesthesia hypertrophy important incision induration infection infiltration inflammation inflammatory injury instances instrument involved iodid irritation kidney later lesions less lithotomy lithotrite lymphatic male masturbation meatus mercury micturition morbid mucous membrane necessary nervous normal obstruction occur operation organ pain pathologic patient pelvis penile penis perineal perineum probably produced prostatic urethra pyelitis rarely rectum removed renal result retention rupture secondary secretion semen seminal sexual simple sometimes sore spermatorrhea stone stricture suppuration suprapubic surgeon surgical symptoms syphilis tion tissue treatment tubercular tumor ulceration ureter urethrotomy urinary urine usually vesical vesical neck virulent
Page 529 - lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed forever. Amen. For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections; for even their women did change the natural
Page 727 - reproduction of the species and the development and preservation of the secondary sexual characteristics of the individual. The need for the exercise of the latter function ceases when full adult life is reached, but it is possible that the activity of the testis and that of the ovary in this respect do not disappear
Page 556 - of; nervous symptoms set in, such as spasmodic contraction, or partial or entire convulsive movements, together with epilepsy, eclampsia, and a species of paralysis accompanied W'ith contractions of the limbs. When a child, who has once shown signs of a great memory and of considerable intelligence, is found to evince difficulty in retaining or comprehending what he
Page 916 - deferens from the superior vesical. The testis is ovoid in form, flattened laterally, and measures one and a half to two inches in length, one inch in width, and one and a quarter inches in thickness. It is composed of two portions, the body and the epididymis, and is covered by three coats, the
Page 891 - The end of each catheter in the bladder now occupies the bottom of a little pocket, the pockets being separated by a perfect septum, or water-shed. The ureters open, one on either side of the water-shed, near the base of the declivity, in the immediate vicinity of the respective ends of the catheters. By exhausting
Page 727 - lessening in degree of long-standing cystitis (52 per cent.), more or less return of vesical contractility (66 per cent.), amelioration of the most troublesome symptoms (89 per cent.), and a return to local conditions not very far removed from normal (50 per cent.) may be expected in a considerable number of cases. the
Page 895 - and abdominal parietes. 2. There is no line of resonance between the kidney-dullness and the vertebral spines; and no space between the kidney and the spinal groove into which the fingers can be dipped with but little resistance, as there is between the spleen and the spine. 3.
Page 783 - stones varying from the size of the head of a pin to that of a pea. Several calculi sometimes become matted together by adhesive muco-pus, and
Page 543 - is the key-note of treatment. As Kiernan so tersely says:— Insistence on the morbidity of the pervert ideas, and prohibition of sexual literature as in the sexual neurasthenic, together with allied psychic therapy and anaphrodisiac methods cannot but benefit. These patients, like the hysteric, will not "will" to be cured while they are subjects of sympathy.