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Fever Rheumatic

This results from severe damp chills, usually following exhaus...

Cuprum Aceticum

(_Acetate of Copper Verdigris_) applied to _Cancerous_ ulcers...

Gravel

Sometimes mere internal inflammation is mistaken for this dise...

Fever Scarlet Or Scarlatina

As a first precaution, when an epidemic of this exists, childr...

Stage 4 Passing Through The Hiatus Esophageus

When the head is dropped, it must at the same time be moved ...

Blood

A most common trouble is anaemia, a lack of good red blood, sh...

Papilloma Forceps

Papillomata do not infiltrate; but superficial repullulation...

Anesthesia In Heart Disease

While no physician likes to give an anesthetic to a patient w...

Where The Temperature Is Too Low That Is Below 98-2/5 Deg

rub all over with warm olive oil, and clothe in good soft flan...

Measuring Rule

It is customary to locate esophageal lesions by denoting the...

Hands Cold

Much more than is readily believed depends on the state of the...

Fever Typhoid

Treat as under Fever, Gastric, and Fever. In addition, great c...

Prostration Nervous

The various articles under Nerves and Nervousness should be re...

Limbs Uncontrollable

This trouble is found in the double form; first, of limbs whic...

Shampooing

See Head, Soaping. ...

Angioneurotic Edema

Angioneurotic edema involving the esophagus, may produce int...

Alcohol

It is rarely, if ever, advisable to use alcohol. In certain ...

Sugars

Where Sugar is Obtained. The other great member of the starch...

Glands Of Bowels

See Bowels. ...

Mechanical Problems Of Esophagoscopic Removal Of Foreign Bodies

The bronchoscopic problems considered in the previous chapter...



Destruction Of The Organ Of Hearing





Category: DESCRIPTION OF SCARLET-FEVER.
Source: Hydriatic Treatment Of Scarlet Fever In Its Different Forms

When the glands pass into a sloughing state, the parts connected with
them are frequently damaged. Thus the ulceration of the parotid gland
often causes deafness, by the gangrenous matter communicating to the
eustachian tube and the inner ear, where it destroys the membrane of the
drum and the little bones belonging thereto, or by closing up the tube.
When the discharge from the outer ear is observed, the destruction has
already taken place, and it is too late to obviate the injury.





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