Medical Times and Gazette, Volumen1

J. & A. Churchill, 1868

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Página 55 - A NAME is a word taken at pleasure to serve for a mark, which may raise in our mind a thought like to some thought we had before, and which being pronounced to others, may be to them a sign of what thought the speaker had, or had not before in his mind.
Página 209 - The Philosophy of Health; or, an Exposition of the Physiological and Sanitary Conditions conducive to Human Longevity and Happiness. By SOUTHWOOD SMITH, MD Eleventh Edition, revised and enlarged; with 113 Woodcuts.
Página 57 - Sound needed none, Nor any voice of joy ; his spirit drank The spectacle: sensation, soul, and form All melted into him; they swallowed up His animal being ; in them did he live, And by them did he live ; they were his life.
Página 246 - The Queen has been pleased to direct letters patent to be passed under the great seal, granting the dignity of a baronet of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, unto the Right Hon.
Página 227 - When a person is mortally bitten by the cobra de capello, molecules of living ' germinal ' matter are thrown into the blood and speedily grow into cells, and as rapidly multiply, so that in a few hours millions upon millions are produced at the expense, as far as I can at present see, of the oxygen absorbed into the blood during inspiration ; hence the gradual decrease and ultimate extinction of combustion and chemical change in every other part of the body, followed by coldness, sleepiness, insensibility,...
Página 141 - ... parts, but do not, when tapped, give quite the usual sensation of being floated in a fluid, although there can be little doubt that some fluid is present. There is a distinct bulging to the inner and also to the outer sides of the joints, and this is increased in proportion to the amount of flexion. The lower end of the femur and the head of the tibia are enlarged in both limbs, the temperature of the overlying skin is raised, and there is slight redness. The patient is unable to extend the legs,...
Página 106 - TAYLOR— was then given to the President and honorary officers of the Society for their services during the past year, and was acknowledged by the President.
Página 254 - ... the liquid.* This I did not venture to do in the earlier cases; but experience has shown that the compound which carbolic acid forms with the blood, and also any portions of tissue killed by its caustic action, including even parts of the bone, are disposed of by absorption and organisation, provided they are afterwards kept from decomposing.
Página 219 - Medicine, sometimes impertinently, often ignorantly, often carelessly called " allopathy," appropriates everything from every source that can be of the slightest use to anybody who is ailing in any way, or like to be ailing from any cause. It learned from a monk how to use antimony, from a Jesuit how to cure agues, from a friar how to cut for stone, from a soldier how to treat gout, from a sailor how to keep off scurvy, from a postmaster how to sound the Eustachian tube, from a...
Página 257 - He was a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, and a Doctor of Medicine of St.

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