Cyclopædia of the diseases of children v. 4, 1890, Volume 4

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J.B. Lippincott, 1890


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Page 420 - Court may direct such person to attend for the purpose of being examined respecting the same, and such person shall be bound to answer such questions as may be put to him by the Court, and, if so ordered, to produce and bring in such paper or writing, and shall be subject to the like punishment under...
Page 708 - The amber occurs in nodules, varying in size from that of a nut to that of a man's head, though the latter size is very rare.
Page 308 - The pelvic distress was noticeable the whole night at waking intervals, and relief only momentary by lying on either side with the legs flexed on the thighs and the thighs on the abdomen. I waked this morning without the distress, but it returned on stirring.
Page 233 - ... in the human figure, for instance, the beauty of Hercules is one, of the Gladiator another, of the Apollo another; which makes so many different ideas of beauty. It is true, indeed, that these figures are each perfect in their kind, though of different characters and proportions; but still none of them is the representation of an individual, but of a class.
Page 370 - The air of sewers passing into houses aggravates most decidedly the severity of all the exanthemata — erysipelas, hospital gangrene, and puerperal fever (Rigby) ; and it has probably an injurious effect on all diseases.
Page 210 - Aneurysm of the aorta may give rise to mydriasis, enlarged palpebral aperture, and exophthalmos as a result of irritation of the cervical sympathetic; or to miosis, slight ptosis, and enophthalmos through paralysis of the same; this condition may also cause thrombosis and embolism of the central artery of the retina or of one of its branches. Arteriosclerosis gives rise to characteristic changes in the fundus which are described on page 264 and illustrated on Plate XVIII.
Page 329 - But, allowing the fullest effect to all other agencies, there is no doubt that the breathing the vitiated atmosphere of respiration has a most injurious effect on the health.
Page 188 - A CLINICAL MEMOIR ON CERTAIN DISEASES OF THE EYE AND EAR, CONSEQUENT ON INHERITED SYPHILIS; with an appended Chapter of Commentaries on the Transmission of Syphilis from Parent to Offspring, and its more remote Consequences. With Plates and Woodcuts, 8vo. cloth, 9s. OR. INMAN, MRCP ON MYALGIA: ITS NATURE!
Page 53 - Associated with the local lesion in the eyelids, the lymph-glands in front of the ear and at the angle of the jaw are much enlarged.
Page 424 - In all its details and in its comparative dimensions, especially in the disproportion between the size of the head and that of the body, this picture is identical with the Droeshout engraving. Though coarsely and stiffly drawn, the face is far more skilfully presented than in the engraving, and the expression of countenance betrays some artistic sentiment which is absent from the print. Connoisseurs, including Sir Edward Poynter, Mr.

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