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" A lady, who was watching her little child at play, saw a heavy window-sash fall upon its hand, cutting off three of the fingers ; and she was so much overcome by fright and distress, as to be unable to render it any assistance. A surgeon was speedily... "
The Dublin Journal of Medical Science - Page 204
1887
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The beautiful forever tales, Volume 3

1869
...in his Pathology and Treatment of Hysteria, page twenty-four, he says: ' A lady who was watching her child at play saw a heavy window-sash fall upon its hand, cutting off three of its fingers, and she was so overcome by fright and distress as to be unable to render it any assistance....
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The Functions and Disorders of the Reproductive Organs in Childhood, Youth ...

William Acton - Generative organs - 1871 - 348 pages
...digestive." He also relates a very remarkable example of the intensity of the emotional influence. " A lady, who was watching her little child at play,...mother, whom he found seated, moaning and complaining of pain in her hand. On examination, three fingers corresponding to those injured iu the child, were discovered...
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Principles of Mental Physiology: With Their Applications to the Training and ...

William Benjamin Carpenter - Mind and body - 1874 - 737 pages
...intense direction of the attention to a particular part of the body, rest upon excellent authority. a. " A lady, -who was watching her little child at play,...upon its hand, cutting off three of the fingers ; and sho was so much overcome by flight and distress, as to bo unable to render it any assistance. A surgeon...
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Reproductive disorders, spermatorrhagia, exhausted brain &c., by a court ...

1876
...there is increased secretion. Carter gives a very good example of the influence of mind upon body. " A lady who was watching her little child at play,...mother, whom he found seated, moaning and complaining of pain in her hand. On examination, three fingers corresponding to those injured in the child, were discovered...
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Detroit Review of Medicine and Pharmacy, Volume 11

Medicine - 1876
...emotional excitement is not so often observed. The following case is in point, quoted from Mr. Carter: "A lady who was watching her little child at play, saw a heavy window sash fall upon its hand, cutting off three of its fingers ; and she was so overcome by fright...
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The Journal of the Royal Dublin Society, Volume 7

Royal Dublin Society - Science - 1878
...striking example of the influence of terror on this function is thus narrated by Mr. Carter : — " A lady who was watching her little child at play saw a heavy sash fall upon its hand cutting off three of the fingers, and she was so much overcome by fright and...
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Indigestion, biliousness and gout in its protean aspects, Part 1

John Milner Fothergill - 1881
...three of its fingers ; and she was so much overcome by fright and distress, as to be unable to render any assistance. A surgeon was speedily obtained, who,...mother, whom he found seated, moaning and complaining of pain in the hand. On examination, three fingers, corresponding to those injured in the child, were...
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Indigestion and Biliousness

J. Milner Fothergill - Indigestion - 1881 - 320 pages
...particular part of the body, is narrated by Mr. Carter, " On the Pathology and Treatment of Hysteria." " A lady, who was watching her little child at play,...windowsash fall upon its hand, cutting off three of its fingers; and she was so much overcome by fright and distress, as to be unable to render any assistance....
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Principles of Mental Physiology: With Their Applications to the Training and ...

William Benjamin Carpenter - Mind and body - 1883 - 737 pages
...attention to a particular part of the body, rest upon excellent authority. a. "A lady, who was watehing her little child at play, saw a heavy window-sash...upon its hand, cutting off three of the fingers ; and oho was so much overcome by fright and distress, as to be unable to render it any assistance. A surgeon...
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The Consolations of Science: Or, Contributions from Science to the Hope of ...

Jacob Straub - Future life - 1884 - 435 pages
...commonly named. Prof. Carpenter in treating of this law makes use of the following illustrations : " A lady, who was watching her little child at play,...whom he found seated, moaning, and complaining of pain in her hand. On examination, three fingers, corresponding to those injured in the child, were...
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