Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, Volumen 12

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Longmans, Green and Company, 1823
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Página 577 - COOPER. A Dictionary of Practical Surgery, comprehending all the most interesting Improvements, from the earliest times down to the present period : an account of the Instruments, Remedies, and Applications employed in Surgery, the etymology and signification of the principal terms, and numerous references to Ancient and Modern •works. Forming together a
Página 188 - As I reckon every operation in the body, an action, whether universal or partial, it appears to me, beyond a doubt, that no two actions can take place in the same constitution, nor in the same part at one and the same time.
Página 581 - To which is added, an Essay on the different causes of Pestilential Diseases, and how they become Contagious ; with Remarks on the Infection now in France, and the most probable means to prevent its spreading
Página 153 - after a common labour. What is this circumstance which has so great an influence that its presence can cause a moderately contracted uterus to bleed profusely, and its absence can cause an uncontracted uterus to bleed scarcely at all? Experience has taught me that there are two circumstances in which a
Página 430 - external iliac and the common iliac veins as far as the junction of the latter, with the corresponding trunk of the right side, were distended and firmly plugged with what appeared externally a coagulum of blood. The femoral portion of the vein, slightly thickened in its coats, and of a deep red colour, was filled with a firm bloody
Página 430 - delivery, its appendages and blood-vessels and the vagina were in a perfectly natural state. There was not the least appearance of vascular congestion about the organ, nor the slightest distension of any of its vessels. Its whole substance was on the contrary pale, and the vessels every where contracted and . empty.
Página 417 - spirits, continued as long as I observed it, ten minutes or a quarter of an hour. But during no part of the time could I perceive the slightest symptom of inflammation, either with or without the microscope. The vessels, instead of appearing redder, and more turgid, were evidently paler and smaller than before the application of the
Página 563 - dis la prose, sans que j'en susse rien ; et je vous suis le plus obligé du monde, de m'avoir appris cela.
Página 430 - tint, and pultaceous appearance. The uterus which had contracted to the usual degree at such a distance of time from delivery, its appendages and blood-vessels and the vagina were in a perfectly natural state. There was not the least appearance of vascular congestion about the organ, nor the slightest
Página 587 - Somatopsychonoologia, shewing that the proofs of Body, Life, and Mind, considered as Distinct Essences, cannot be deduced from Physiology, but depend on. a distinct sort of Evidence ; being an Examination of the Controversy concerning Life, carried on by

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