The Eclectic Physiology for Use in Schools
Van Antwerp, Bragg & Company, 1884 - Hygiene - 183 pages
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Page 16 - Psoas Magnus Draws the thigh forward. Rectus Extends the leg. Vastus Extends the leg. Biceps Flexes the leg. Gracilis Flexes the leg. Extensor Digitorum Flexes the foot and extends the toes. Gastrocnemius Extends the foot. See Plate II. CHAPTER IV. THE SKIN. 34. The Uses of the Skin. — The skin forms a beautiful, pliable covering for the body. By the exceeding toughness of the skin, the tender parts beneath it are protected from injury. The nerves of the skin tell when an object touches us. The...
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Page 146 - If given at all, it should be in very small quantities frequently repeated, and continued until a place of safety is reached. I have known the most unpleasant consequences to result from the injudicious use of whiskey for the purpose of temporary stimulation, and have also known strong able-bodied men to have become utterly incapable of resisting cold in consequence of the long-continued use of alcoholic drinks.
Page 146 - Such a poison is alcohol ; such, in all its forms, mix it as you may. It is never digested and converted into nourishment.
Page 145 - Alcohol cannot answer any one of those important purposes for which the use of Water is required in the system ; and that, on the other hand, it tends to antagonize many of those purposes, by its power of precipitating most of the organic compounds, whose solution in water is essential to their appropriation by the living body.
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