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Página 288 - Physiology of Man. Designed to represent the existing state of Physiological Science as applied to the Functions of the Human Body.
Página 103 - And yet indeed she is my sister ; she is the daughter of my father, but not the daughter of my mother ; and she became my wife.
Página 104 - And the name of Amram's wife was Jochebed, the daughter of Levi, whom her mother bare to Levi in Egypt : and she bare unto Amram Aaron and Moses, and Miriam their sister.
Página 211 - 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 dairy-maid how to prevent small-pox, and from an old marketwoman how to catch the itch-insect. It borrowed acupuncture and the moxa from the Japanese heathen, and was taught the use of lobelia by the American savage.
Página 39 - ... of typhoid fever, for instance, Deal's to typhoid fever; (5) that, by the destruction of this matter on its issue from the body, by means of proper chemicals or otherwise — seconded by good sanitary conditions — there is reason to hope that we may eventually, and possibly at no...
Página 212 - ... chloroform by moderate manual extension directly outward and the knee in the axilla as a fulcrum ; the attempt was continued for ten minutes. Great inflammation followed, the joint suppurated, and the patient died. The autopsy showed a new articular cavity formed below and in front of the glenoid cavity. The soft tissues of the joint were wholly destroyed by suppuration, and every trace of cartilage removed. An experience of Broca's shows that an unfortunate, even fatal, result may follow an...
Página 39 - That by the destruction of this matter on its issue from the body, by means of proper chemicals, or otherwise — seconded by good sanitary conditions — there is reason to hope that we may, eventually and possibly at no distant time, rid ourselves entirely of this fatal scourge.
Página 227 - For destroying the fat he follows the alcohol with ether, which he pushes, of course, through the same blood-vessels and excretory ducts ; this part of the operation lasts some hours. The ether penetrates the interstices of the flesh, and dissolves all the fat. The piece, at this point of the process, may be preserved any length of time desired, plunged in ether, before proceeding to the final operations.