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" There are some practitioners, anc of very high merit too, whose fingers are no more capable of catching the finer distinctions of the pulse, than the ears of other persons are the niceties of musical sounds. I suspect this was the case with Dr. Heberden,... "
The Study of Medicine - Página 25
de John Mason Good - 1825
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A Treatise on the Nature and Cure of Rheumatism: With Observations on ...

Charles Scudamore - 1827 - 589 páginas
...any two men, are seldom alike ; and the late Dr. Hunter was a most striking instance of this ; for, though he was, extremely accurate in most things,...nicety of discrimination than can really be found*." Dr. Wilson Philip remarks, that " those w ho have been much in the habit of examining the different...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science ..., Volumen 17

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...suspect this was the case with Dr. Hebcrden, as it was also with the late Dr. Hunter ; of whom Mr.' J. Hunter observes that, though he was extremely accurate...things, he could never feel that nice distinction in the Willst that many others did, and was ready to suspect more nicety of discrimination than can really...
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On the Nature and Treatment of the Diseases of the Heart: Containing Also an ...

James Wardrop - 1851 - 587 páginas
...been, however, disputed by some eminent pathologists. Speaking of William Hunter, John Hunter remarks that, " though he was extremely accurate in most things,...distinction in the pulse that many others did, and suspected none such nicety of discriminating them can really be found. I think I have been certain...
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The Study of medicine v.1, Volumen 1

John Mason Good - 1864
...what, in many instances, are clear and even leading diagnostics. There are some practitioners, anc of very high merit too, whose fingers are no more...measurable by instruments ; smartness or quickness in the stroke, with a pause, is measurable by the touch, but the nicer peculiarities in the pulse are only...
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Guy's Hospital Gazette: A Students Journal of Hospital News ..., Volumen 7

1893
...be so to another. The late l)r. \Y. Hunter (John's brother) was a striking instance of this ; for, though he was extremely accurate in most things, he...never feel that nice distinction in the pulse that others did. •• Frequency of pulsation is measurable by instruments : smartness or quickness in...
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