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Page 530 - Elements of the Natural History of Insects: comprising an account of noxious and useful Insects, of their metamorphoses, food, stratagems, habitations, societies, motions, noises,
Page 171 - his visit on the following day, when the same ceremony was performed, and repeated every succeeding day for a fortnight, the patient gradually improving during that period, when he was dismissed as cured, no other application having: been
Page 111 - quantity of water cannot be received into the small intestines, or the circuit through the portal system in the vena-cava ascendens, or thence through the lungs and heart into the systemic circulation, be obstructed, or if there be extensive disorganisation of the kidneys, the due secretion of urine cannot be. effected.
Page 516 - Fleischmann is a regular, well-educated physician, as capable of forming a true diagnosis as other practitioners, and he is considered by those who know him as a man of honor and respectability, and incapable of attesting a falsehood. We cannot, therefore, refuse to admit the accuracy of his statements as to matters of fact;
Page 531 - Renous himself, two or three years before, left in a house at S. Fernando some caterpillars, under charge of a girl to feed, that they might turn into butterflies. This was rumored through the town, and at last the
Page 414 - ART. VIII.—A Dictionary of Practical Medicine, comprising General Pathology, the Nature and Treatment of Diseases, Morbid Structures,
Page 413 - afterwards, when he had left the dinner-table to go to the drawing-room, he found himself lame from a violent pain in one ankle. Suddenly he became sick; the ice-cream was rejected from the stomach; and this was followed by an instantaneous relief of the pain in the foot.
Page 302 - If you put improper food in the stomach it becomes disordered, and the whole system is affected. Vegetable matter ferments and becomes gaseous; while animal substances are changed into a putrid, abominable, and acid stimulus. Now, some people acquire preposterous noses; others, blotches on the face, and different parts of the body; others inflammation of the
Page 547 - and that a committee of seven be appointed to report on this subject at the meeting to be held in Philadelphia on the first Wednesday in May, 1847. "Resolved, That it is desirable that young men, before being received as students of medicine, should have acquired a suitable preliminary education, and that a committee of seven be appointed to report on the standard of