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Sudden attacks of this, though in a mild form, are very troubl...
Auricular Fibrillation Prognosis
The prognosis depends on the condition of the myocardium of t...
The Speech Organs
The Voice, a Waste Product. It is one of the most curious thi...
No Cutting Short Of The Process Of Scarlatina The Morbid Poison Must Be Drawn To The Skin As Soon As Possible
Scarlet-fever is a disease, which cannot be cut short. Any at...
The following are the antidotes and remedies for some of the m...
Angioneurotic edema manifests itself by a pale or red swolle...
_Aconite_ and _Bell._ are two important remedies in this affe...
Esophagoscopy is demanded in every case in which a foreign b...
Digestion is the process whereby the food we eat is turned int...
Conclusion: Help Yourselves If Your Physicians Will Not Help You!
And I am none of your water-enthusiasts, who pretend to cure ...
I shall give a couple of illustrations: In the winter of 1...
Emetic, followed by white of egg. Keep very warm. ...
See Pain. ...
To Prevent Colds
Keep the _arms_, _hands_ and _chest_ well clothed and warm. ...
Janeway [Footnote: Janeway, T. C.: A Clinical Study of Hypert...
No hook greater than a right angle should be used through en...
The Lookout Department
Why the Eyes, Ears, and Nose are Near the Mouth. If you had n...
Use Of The Long Cord
It is often desirable to bring the entire parts of the patien...
Extraction Of Foreign Bodies From The Strictured Esophagus
Foreign bodies of relatively small size will lodge in a stri...
Instruments For Direct Laryngoscopy
In undertaking direct laryngoscopy one must always be prepar...
Category: CHRONIC STENOSIS OF THE LARYNX AND TRACHEA
Source: A Manual Of Peroral Endoscopy And Laryngeal Surgery
Ulcerative lesions in the larynx during typhoid
fever are almost always the result of mixed infection, though
thrombosis of a small vessel, with subsequent necrosis is also seen.
If the ulceration reaches the cartilage, cicatricial stenosis is
almost certain to follow.