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Medical ArticlesMechanical Problems Of Bronchoscopic Foreign Body Extraction*
* For more extensive consideration of mechanical problems...
If this grain is well grown and thoroughly well cooked, it wil...
See Abscess. ...
This may with advantage to the health of the skin and body in ...
We have had many cases of contracted limbs, arising from vario...
Chloroform Or Ether (inhaled)
Fresh air. Pull tongue forward, and begin artificial respirati...
Acute Stenosis Of The Larynx
Etiology.--Causes of a relatively sudden narrowing of the lum...
Instructions To The Patient
Before beginning endoscopy the patient should be told that h...
Knee Swelling Of Or Pain In
For ordinary slight injuries, complete rest, and rubbing with ...
Urticaria Zoster Rubeola
_Urticaria_, _Zoster_ and _Rubeola_, are treated in the same ...
On The Unadherent Eschar
The eschar is generally adherent in cases of recent injuries,...
has great power as a local remedy in _Erysipelas_, to be appl...
Metallo-therapy has been defined as a mode of treating vari...
Training For Rest
BUT how shall we gain a natural repose? It is absurd ...
Esophagoscopy For Foreign Body
During an epidemic of scarlatina in 1836 two of my children w...
There is intense drowsiness and contraction of pupils of eye. ...
Chronic Myocarditis Fibrous
Chronic myocarditis may develop on an acute myocarditis, but ...
Stenosis of one or more bronchi results at times from cicatr...
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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