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" Upon the whole, we cannot but regard the blood as, in many respects, the most important fluid in the animal machine ; from it all the solids are derived and nourished, and all the other fluids are secreted ; and it is hence the basis or common pabulum... "
The Study of Medicine - Página 36
de John Mason Good - 1825
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volumen 24

1825
...' Upon the whole, we cannot but regard the blood as, in many respects, the most important fluid in the animal machine ; from it all the solids are derived...general health, so it is also of general disease. In inflammation it takes a considerable share, and evinces a peculiar appearance. The miasms of fever...
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Modern domestic medicine

Thomas John Graham - 1827 - 596 páginas
...important fluid of the animal machine. From it all the solids are derived and nourished, and all the fluids are secreted ; and it is hence the basis or common pabulum of every part. These facts are quite sufficient to convince us, that the abstraction of this important, and, as some...
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Human Physiology ...

Robley Dunglison - 1832
...the seat of those taints which are commonly referred to it. " Upon the whole," says Dr. GOOD, •• we cannot but regard the blood as, in many respects,...common pabulum of every part. And as it is the source Ages. Numher of Beats per minute, according to HEBERDKN. SoEMMERING. At birth, 3ne month, 3ne year,...
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The Scriptural Code of Health: With Observations on the Mosaic Prohibitions ...

Charles Whitlaw - 1838 - 164 páginas
...the animal machine : from it all the solids are derived and nourished, and all the other fluids 44 are secreted : and it is hence the basis or common...general health, so it is also of general disease. In inflammation it takes a considerable share, and evinces a peculiar appearance. The miasms of fevers...
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volumen 21

1840
...in.the animal machine ; from it all the solids are derived and nourished, aad all the other fluids secreted ; and it is hence the basis or common pabulum...general health, so it is also of general disease. If imperfectly elaborated, or with a disproportion of some of its constituent principles to the rest,...
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Human Physiology ...

Robley Dunglison - 1846
...it as the seat of those taints that are commonly referred to it "Upon the whole," says Dr. Good,* " we cannot but regard the blood as, in many respects,...part. And as it is the source of general health, so is it also of general disease. In inflammalion, it takes a considerable share, and evinces a peculiar...
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The People's Medical Journal, and Family Physician, Número 1512,Volumen 1

1850
...EDITOB. No. II. (Continued from page 116.) THE Jii.nu i>. THE Blood is the most important fluid in the animal machine; from it all the solids are derived...and nourished, and all the other fluids are secreted ; hence, it is the basis or common food of every part. As it is the source of general health, so it...
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The Study of medicine v.1, Volumen 1

John Mason Good - 1864
...upon the human subject in several instances, and occasionally with decided success.]* Upon the whole, we cannot but regard the blood as, in many respects,...And, as it is the source of general health, so it is alsc of general disease. In inflammation, it takes a considerable share, and evinces a peculiar appearance....
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