The Universal Medical Journal, Band 2

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F.A. Davis Company, 1894
 

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Seite 220 - ESSENTIALS OF NERVOUS DISEASES AND INSANITY, their Symptoms and Treatment. By JOHN C. SHAW, MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System, Long Island College Hospital Medical School ; Consulting Neurologist to St.
Seite 225 - The hard infiltration of. the subcutaneous and intermuscular areolar tissue forms rounded tumors beneath the skin, varying in size from that of a hazel-nut to that of a...
Seite 28 - Essentials of Refraction and Diseases of the Eye. By EDWARD JACKSON, AM, MD, Professor of Diseases of the Eye in the Philadelphia Polyclinic and College for Graduates in Medicine ; and — Essentials of Diseases of the Nose and Throat.
Seite 344 - These ulcerations were superficial, not indurated at the base, and bled at the slightest touch ; they varied in size from that of a lentil to that of a pea.
Seite 169 - ... portion, and a vaginal cyst if the distention be in the vaginal portion. The cases described are instances of the association of both of these cysts, owing to simultaneous patency and distention of both portions of the duct. 4. Attention is drawn to these cases as affording explanations of some obscure cases of profuse watery discharge from the vagina, not coming from the uterus or bladder. 5.
Seite 382 - ... application. The frequency of the washing will depend upon the nature of the case, but should be repeated as often as necessary to keep it clean and free from offensive odors. To destroy pus and bacteria, and to aid nature in the work of rebuilding the parts invaded, I have found hydrozone and glycozone superior to any and all other agents tried. . Hydrozone is first applied (after the hot water) by the use of an ordinary glass dropper, or hard rubber syringe, slowly, all over the ulcer, until...
Seite 368 - If, on the other hand, there is an abundance of gas, a feeling of heaviness and fullness and distinct slowness of digestion, the trouble is dyspepsia from deficiency of hydrochloric acid.
Seite 243 - Ivi., 2, pp. 105, 148, 1894.) has had the opportunity of observing 97 cases of syphilis before treatment with mercury and during the administration of the drug. He found that its elimination was accompanied by a greater or less irritation of the kidneys, manifested by casts in the urine. These casts increase in proportion to the length of the treatment, gradually decrease after its cessation, and generally disappear within a month or six weeks. No injury to the kidneys, either temporary or permanent,...
Seite 53 - ... masturbation, early pregnancy, simple urethritis (traumatic) in newlymarried women ; cystic and renal sequelae of la grippe. In the majority of cases it was simply surprising to note the rapidity with which the urine was cleared of...
Seite 248 - Subcutaneous hemorrhages, as well as hemorrhages from the cavities of the body, are very common, but are not necessary to a diagnosis of scurvy. 10. The condition of the gums is characteristic. They ;are purplish, soft, spongy, and bleeding, and frequently show decided ulcerations. When the teeth have not been erupted, changes in the gums are usually slight or entirely absent.

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