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Medical ArticlesInducing A Child To Open Its Mouth (author's Method)
The wounding of the child's mouth, gums, and lips, in the of...
is applied to wounds, _incised_ and _lacerated_, promoting he...
The abdomen is formed of a series of rings containing the bowe...
Thorough heating, with moist heat is the best treatment for th...
Medicinal Runic Inscriptions
The discovery of the script of the ancient Germans, suppose...
Bruises Case Xviii
Mrs. C. aged 40, was detained on a journey by a bruised wound...
The Plumbing And Sewering Of The Body
The Wastes of the Body. Almost everything that the body does ...
Treatment Of Pseudo-anginas
The treatment of these pseudo-angibas depends, of course, on ...
Is the process whereby the digested food is carried into the b...
Extraction Of Foreign Bodies From The Strictured Esophagus
Foreign bodies of relatively small size will lodge in a stri...
Vital Forces Animal And Vegetable
Upon these points I must be permitted to offer a few words. ...
Auricular Fibrillation Occurrence
This condition of auricular fibrillation occurs occasionally ...
What Kind Of Food Should We Eat?
Generally speaking, our Appetites will Guide us. Our whole bo...
On The Adherent Eschar
It appears scarcely necessary to describe the immediate and w...
Independent aspirating tubes involve delay in their use as c...
The Care Of An Invalid
TO take really good care of one who is ill requires n...
The Extraction Of Tightly Fitting Foreign Bodies From The Bronchi
Annular Edema Such objects as marbles, pebbles, corks, etc.,...
Technic Of Laryngeal Operations
Preparation of the patient and anesthesia have been mentione...
Chronic Back Pain
Barry was a carpenter who couldn't afford to lose work becaus...
Palpitation Of The Heart
This is commonly a symptomatic or sympathetic affection--rare...
Affection Of The Brain
Category: DESCRIPTION OF SCARLET-FEVER.
Source: Hydriatic Treatment Of Scarlet Fever In Its Different Forms
When the _brain_ is affected, the patient suddenly complains of violent
headache, vomits repeatedly, loses his eye-sight, has furious delirium,
or coma (a state of sleep from which it is difficult to rouse the
patient); his pupils dilate; the pulse becomes small, intermits;
sometimes the skin becomes cold; there is dyspnoea (difficulty of
breathing), fainting, paralysis, convulsions, and finally death; or,
sometimes, the paroxysm passes suddenly by with bleeding from the nose
or with a profuse perspiration.
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