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Though often but slight, disappearing in a few minutes by some ...
Aortic Insufficiency Aortic Regurgitation
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Brown recommends diluted _Acetic Acid_ as a specific against ...
Pimples On The Face
See Face. ...
The Surgical Dissection Of The Axillary And Brachial Regions Displaying The Relative Order Of Their Contained Parts
All surgical regions have only artificial boundaries; and the...
A Typical Diseased Colon
The average person also has a prolapsed (sagging) transverse ...
Emetic, followed by white of egg. Keep very warm. ...
Impossibility Of Answering For The Issue Of Every Typhoid Case
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Weight Loss By Fasting
Loss of weight indicates, almost guarantees, that detoxificat...
Direct Laryngoscopy In Diseases Of The Larynx
The diagnosis of laryngeal disease in young children, impossi...
Chronic postdiphtheritic stenosis may be of the panic, spasm...
(1) Nerve or imaginary chills. These are feelings of cold, whe...
Notes On Nursing Tracheotomized Patients
Bedside tray should contain: Duplicate cannula Scalpel ...
Pedunculated malignant growths are readily removed with snar...
The Surgical Dissection Of The Sterno-clavicular Or Tracheal Region And The Relative Position Of Its Main Bloodvessels Nerves &c
The law of symmetry governs the development of all structures...
See Indigestion. ...
Bandage Four-ply Flannel
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Symptoms And Signs Of Cardiac Disturbance
It is now recognized that any infection can cause weakness an...
Nervous Strain In Pain And Sickness
THERE is no way in which superfluous and dangerous te...
Training For Motion
"IN every new movement, in every unknown attitude nee...
Lues Of The Tracheobronchial Tree
Category: BRONCHOSCOPY IN DISEASES OF THE TRACHEA AND BRONCHI
Source: A Manual Of Peroral Endoscopy And Laryngeal Surgery
Compared to laryngeal
involvement, syphilis of the tracheobronchial tree is relatively rare.
The lesions may be gummatous, ulcerative, or inflammatory, or there
may be compressive granulomatous masses. Hemoptysis may have its
origin from a luetic ulceration. Excision of fungations or of a
portion of the margin of the ulceration for biopsy is advisable. The
Wassermann and therapeutic tests, and the elimination of tuberculosis
will be required for confirmation. Luetic stenoses are referred to
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