Pathological Inquiries and Observations in Surgery,: From the Dissections of Morbid Bodies. With an Appendix Containing Twelve Cases on Different Subjects
R. Raikes; and sold by T. Becket and P.A. De Hondt in the Strand, and L. Hawes, W. Clarke, and R. Collins, in Pater-Noster Row, London., 1766 - 144 Seiten
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Abdomen Abſceſs Accident affected afford afterwards almoſt appeared applied Attempts attended became become began Bladder Blood Body Bone Brain Cartilages Caſe Cauſe Cavity Cellular Child Circulation Circumſtance collected Colour Complaints Conſequences conſiderable contained continued Cure daily Danger Days deſtroyed Diſcharge Diſeaſe encreaſed enlarged entirely examining external Extremities firſt Fluid fome formed frequently greater greateſt Head immediately Inflammation injured Inſtances internal Inteſtines itſelf Joint Kidnies Kind Knee laſt leaſt leſs Ligaments Liver Lungs Manner Matter Means Membrane Months moſt Motion muſt natural obſerved Obſtructions occaſioned Opening Pain particular Patient perceived Place Placenta prevent probably produced proper proved Quantity Reaſon received Relief remained remarkable returned ſame ſeemed ſeveral ſhe ſhould Side ſmall ſome ſometimes Stone Subſtance ſuch ſuffer ſuppoſed Suppuration Swelling Symptoms Termination theſe Thigh thoſe tion troubleſome Tumour Urine Uſe uſual Uterus Veſſels violent Water whole Wound
Seite 116 - Where did my wife get her necklace, brother?" " She knows best, Jasper. I hope . . . . " " Come, no hoping ! She got it from her grandmother, who died at the age of a hundred and three, and sleeps in Coggeshall churchyard. She got it from her mother, who also died very old, and who could give no other account of it than that it had been in the family time out of mind.
Seite 33 - ... is impaired, and cannot support that discharge of matter, so necessary to complete the design of nature in healing a large wound ; but, under such circumstances, there is very little, if any, appearance of an inflammation, and the matter is...
Seite 74 - Pain, which feems to lie deep, or as is ufually exprefled, in the Middle of the Bone *. The Joint becomes tightened and confined, fo that its Flexion is confiderably injured, and a Stiffnefs in its Motion enfues, that renders walking quite troublefome.
Seite 92 - Notice, and of the former we will here mention fome Particulars, fo far as they may afford us proper Notions of difeafed Joints in general.
Seite 74 - Tendons ftiffen and grow rigid, the Knee is bent forward, and the Heel with much Pain brought to the Ground ; this Contraction is rather confirmed by the Patient's Endeavour to cafe himfelf by bearing only on the fore Part of the Foot.
Seite 27 - Tranflation of Matter from the Head to the Liver ; by others, to a...
Seite 85 - N its its Contents are included in one Cavity, and the contained Fluid may for the moft part be difchargcd by one Incifion.