Manual for the Medical Department, United States Army

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1911
 

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Page 7 - Tumors of the Buccal Cavity. 40. Cancer and Other Malignant Tumors of the Stomach and Liver. 41. Cancer and Other Malignant Tumors of the Peritoneum, Intestines and Rectum.
Page 18 - In all cases in which the cause of admission is a local manifestation of a general affection the character and locality of the one and the nature of the other should be stated. / (c) The organ or part affected should be specified when the name of the morbid condition fails to indicate it, as in paralysis, aneurism, ulcer, herpes, etc. ; also in inflammations, as adenitis, osteitis, arthritis, synovitis, etc., and in local injuries, as abrasions, burns, contusions, dislocations, etc.
Page 7 - Cancer and Other Malignant Tumors of the Buccal Cavity. Cancer and Other Malignant Tumors of the Stomach and Liver.
Page 19 - For date, etc., of original injury, see Reg. No. — ." (p) In all cases of poisoning the name of the poison should be given. (q) Special notes should be made of cases of malingering or feigned diseases and of the means employed for their detection. (r) When no diagnosis can be reached, the fact should be stated, together with the conditions which prevent the recognition of the disease or injury.
Page 17 - Burna of — . (State site.) 167b. Corrosive burns. 167c. Scalds. 167d. Sunburn. 167e. X-ray burn. 168. Absorption of deleterious gases (conflagration excepted). Absorption of deleterious gases (conflagration excepted). 169. Accidental drowning.
Page 19 - ... narcotics, or to immoral practices should be so recorded. (I) Distinction should be made between inflammations of venereal origin and those of nonvenereal origin, as in cases of balanitis, orchitis, bubo, etc., specifying the nature of the venereal cause and the causation in the nonvenereal cases. (m) Distinction should also be made between the venereal ulcer known as chancroid and the hard chancre of primary syphilis. (n) The terms "venereal warts," "venereal bubo," etc., are indefinite and...
Page 9 - Psychosis exhaustive, infective, and toxic. 68m. Psychosis intoxication. 68n. Psychosis, manic depressive. 680. Psychosis, traumatic. 68p. Variety of insanity not ascertained. 69. Epilepsy. 69a. Epilepsy. 69b. Psychosis epileptic. 72. Chorea. 73. Neuralgia and neuritis. 73a. Neuralgia. (State nerve.) 73b. Neuritis. (State nerve.) 73c. Multiple neuritis. 73d. Hysteria. 73e. Psychosis, hysterical. 74. Other diseases of the nervous system. 74a. Angioneurotic edema. 74b. Epilepsy, Jacksonian. 74c. Hiccough....
Page 14 - Enuresis. (Do not use as a primary diagnosis when cause can be determined.) 124c. Retention of urine. (Do not use as a primary diagnosis when cause can be determined.) 124d. Other diseases of the...
Page 12 - Haemoptysis. (Do not use as a primary diagnosis when cause can be determined.) 98b. Hay fever. 98c. Other diseases of the respiratory system, not specifu-d . V.
Page 16 - Suicide by poison 156. Suicide by asphyxia 157. Suicide by hanging or strangulation 158. Suicide by drowning 159. Suicide by firearms 160. Suicide by cutting or piercing instruments 161. Suicide by jumping from high places 162. Suicide by crushing 163.

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