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Medical ArticlesPeriod Of Incubation Or Hatching
The time which passes between the reception of the contagious...
The Half-bath The Sitz- Or Hip-bath
Should the half-bath or shallow-bath (which are technical ter...
Site Of Lodgment
The majority of foreign bodies in the air passages occur in ...
The Black Hole of Calcutta is an object lesson of how necessary...
Strabismus Discordance Of The Eyes
If neither of the rectus muscles have been cut and cicatrized...
Aortic Insufficiency Aortic Regurgitation
This lesion, though not so common as the mitral lesion, is of...
At Nauheim, under the direction of Dr. Theodore Schott, baths...
Eyes Accidents To
Three distinct classes of these are to be considered. They req...
A most effective preventive and cure for this is the inhaling ...
Anatomy Of Larynx Trachea Bronchi And Esophagus Endoscopically Considered
The larynx is a cartilaginous box, triangular in cross-sectio...
Sitz-bath Anchor Of Safety
If there be much delirium, the sitz-bath may be required long...
The Royal Touch
Malcolm. Well; more anon.--Comes the king forth, I pray ...
Mechanical Effect Of Each Pole
The mechanical effect of the forward end of the current, or t...
Troubles Of The Nervous System
The Nervous System is not easily Damaged. The nervous system ...
After a fright, or some very trying experience, some part of t...
How the Eye is Made. Next in importance after the smell and t...
There are cases in which the outer skin has been taken off by ...
The nervous system of children is often damaged by shock or fr...
Convulsions Of Children - Fits
These generally occur, either from the irritation of worms, o...
Decannulation After Cure Of Laryngeal Stenosis
In order to train the patient to breathe again through the la...
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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