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The Need Of Pure Air
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Strangulation Or Hanging
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Punctures Case X
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The Form Of The Thoracic Cavity And The Position Of The Lungs Heart And Larger Bloodvessels
In the human body there does not exist any such space as cavi...
Alkalis (eg Ammonia Soda Or Potash)
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are: A fetid breath, with ulceration and sloughing of the thr...
While disease of the coronary arteries may occur without ge...
The Anti-gastric Method
consisting in the free use of emetics or purgatives, has been...
Technic Of Specular Esophagoscopy
Recumbent patient. Boyce position. The larynx is to be expos...
Other Sequels Dropsy &c
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The Circumstances Of Life
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When the nervous system is in a certain state, all impressions...
The Relative Anatomy Of The Male Pelvic Organs
As the abdomen and pelvis form one general cavity, the organs...
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The Surgical Form Of The Deep Cervical And Facial Regions And The Relative Position Of The Principal Bloodvessels And Nerves
While the human cervix is still extended in surgical position...
Though often but slight, disappearing in a few minutes by some ...
Condition Of The Throat And Other Internal Organs
Category: DESCRIPTION OF SCARLET-FEVER.
Source: Hydriatic Treatment Of Scarlet Fever In Its Different Forms
The condition of the _throat_ requires the most constant attention. From
a highly inflamed state, it often passes into a foul and sloughy
condition; the breath of the patient becomes extremely fetid; the
nostrils, the parotid and submaxillary glands swell enormously, so that
swallowing and breathing become very difficult. There is an acrid
discharge from the nose; the gangrenous matter affects the alimentary
canal, causing pain in the stomach, the bowels, the kidneys and the
bladder; a smarting diarrhoea with excoriation of the anus, and
inflammatory symptoms of the vulva. Also the bronchia, lungs, pleura and
pericardium become affected, as sneezing, cough (the so-called
scarlet-cough) and the pain across the chest and in the region of the
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