On the Diseases of the Bladder and Prostate Gland

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John Churchill, 1857 - Bladder - 640 pages

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Under what circumstances Albumen appears in the Urine
59
Present while the Urine was highly Albuminous Dr B Jones
61
Oxalate of Lime in Urine as a means of diagnosis and prognosis
68
Micturition attended with pain
74
Scybala in the Intestines a cause
80
Buchu Leaves in great estimation by Natives of the Cape of Good Hope
86
Symptoms
92
The Bladder retains its contents when paralysed
98
Acidity or Alkalinity of the Urine in Paralysis arising from accidents
104
Diminution of Sensibility the cause of Distension of the Bladder
106
Pus Globules in the Urine with Albumen indicative of Suppurative Inflam
110
Incontinence in Females
112
Passing the Catheter case
118
Injecting the Bladder
124
CHAPTER V
128
Ulceration of the Bladder
134
The more usual course of the Ulcerative Process
140
To be distinguished from Mucus
141
Symptoms
155
Blood diffused through the Urine
161
Colchicum
167
Lallemand on Cauterization of the Mucous Membrane
173
His method
175
Symptoms
181
CHAPTER VIII
187
Dr Baillie on the Morbid Appearances of the Bladder in this Disease
189
Effects of
196
These Cases involved in great obscurity and often fatal
202
MALIGNANT TUMOURS OF THE BLADDER
205
Secondary lesions produced by
211
Nature of the pain examined
217
Pain as Diagnostic Sign
223
Symptoms resembling those of Stone
226
Case by the Author
232
The treatment is only palliative
239
Other Cases recorded
247
ABNORMITIES OF THE BLADDER
254
Remark by Dr Gross
255
Appearance in Children
260
Abnormal Patency of Urachus
267
Children exempt from
271
Ten cases by Mr Prescott Hewett
277
Urine extravasated into Pelvis
283
Causes of this Accident
289
Case by Dr Payne
295
Various Sutures
301
Position of Patient
307
Palliative and Radical Treatment
313
Inguinal Cystocele
319
Symptoms
325
Mr Baker Browns Operations
331
Forms of Calculi
336
Silicious Concretions
377
Liebigs views
383
Treatment
388
Dr Owen Reess views
389
Von Walthers theory of the Formation of Stone
395
Stone in the United States
401
Corrections necessary
403
23
405
Dr Wilson Philip on the Causes of Stone
409
Effects of Foreign Bodies in Bladder
415
Pain and weight
421
Mode of performing this Operation
427
Examples of Undetected Calculi
433
Enlargement of the Prostate
439
FOREIGN BODIES IN THE BLADDER
444
Hydatids in Bladder
451
Instruments employed
457
Different methods employed
463
Washing out the Bladder engraving
469
Suppression of Urine
474
Indications derived from the Calculus
480
The general Health
487
Its Indications
494
Position of the Staff engraving
500
Accidents of Lithotomy
503
Calculus concealed behind Prostate engraving
506
24
513
Hæmorrhage during and after the Operation
516
Acute cystitis
522
Results of this Method
528
Simple Division of the Urethra
534
Incontinence of Urine
540
The Ages in 512 cases of Lithotrity
547
Mortality of Lithotomy according to the different Methods
553
Experiments of M Chevalier
560
Experiments of Mr A Ure
561
Dr Hoskins on Solution of Calculi by double Decomposition
563
ACUTE INFLAMMATION OF THE PROSTATE GLAND
567
Treatment
574
Case by the Author
580
Effects on the Bladder
586
Diagnosis
593
Treatment of Hæmorrhage from the Prostate
599
Always attended by Tubercle in other Organs
605
Microscopic appearances of Urate of Ammonia engraving
606
Mr Waltons Case of Scirrhus of the Prostate
612
Dr H Jones and Mr Queckett on Prostatic Concretions
618
Dr Willis on Hæmaturia 61
626
From Falls
627
Case by Mr Mayo 225
628
Hæmaturia Endemic
633
Crushed by M Civiale
636

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