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" Gout, moreover, is a far more complicated complaint than. rheumatism ; and hence there is no disease to which the human frame is subject that has led to such a variety of opinions, both in theory and practice, many of them directly contradictory to each... "
The Study of Medicine - Página 620
de John Mason Good - 1825
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The Hydropathic Encyclopedia: A System of Hydropathy and Hygiene ..., Volumen 2

Russell Thacher Trall - 1851
...by full living and indolence." Strangely inconsistent with this remark the same author observes : " There is no disease to which the human frame is subject...treatment of which physicians are so little agreed." Nothing can be more conclusive of the absurdity of the whole philosophy of the popular system, and...
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The Medical Independent: A Monthly Review of Medicine and Surgery, Volumen 3

Henry Goadby, Edward Kane, Moses Gunn - 1857
...from one condition to the other. But is insanity always produced by the same cause ? On the contrary, there is no disease to which the human frame is subject that acknowledges such a variety. There is hardly a physical or functional lesion of any tissue or organ,...
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Gout [&c.].

John Parkin - 1877
...HISTOBIES, OB GASES . . . . . . 122 REGULATION OF THE DIET 136 CAUSE. THERE is, it has been truly said, no disease concerning the nature and treatment of which physicians are so little agreed as that of gout ; so that to this moment it constitutes, perhaps, the widest field for empyricism,...
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Meditations on gout

George H. Ellwanger - 1897 - 208 páginas
...persistently provoked. " There is no disease," observes John Mason Good, who was a sufferer himself, " to which the human frame is subject, that has led to such a variety of opinions, many of them directly contradictory to each other ; and, I may add, there 172 no concerning the nature...
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal

1857
...from one condition to the other. Eut is insanity always produced by the same cause ? On the contrary, there is no disease to which the human frame is subject, that acknowledges such a variety. There is hardly a physical or functional lesion of any tissue or organ,...
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