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Página 371 - The temperature of the surface is not increased, but burning heat is felt in the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. The evacuations are often pale ; but sometimes they are dark-colored — pitchy — with grumous coffee or chocolate-like matter, and slight diarrhoea.
Página vi - An act to incorporate medical societies for the purpose of regulating the practice of physic and surgery in this state...
Página 302 - Home and by Mr. Charles Bell, without obtaining more than mere temporary relief. At length he was seized by apoplexy, and lay insensible for some days, and in great peril from the attack, but finally recovered. After the apoplexy, the paroxysms of the tic douloureux became less frequent, and less severe, and were administered to satisfactorily by an ingenious physician, who wrote his inaugural exercise on the disease. For the last year or two of his life, his lordship had ceased to suffer from the...
Página 514 - If it be an object deeply interesting to the feelings of the community that the remains of friends and relations should rest undisturbed, that object can only be effected by giving up for dissection a certain portion of the whole, in order to preserve the remainder from disturbance. Exhumation is condemned as seizing its objects indiscriminately — as, in consequence, exciting apprehensions in the minds of the whole community — and as outraging in the highest degree, when discovered, the feelings...
Página 514 - To this it may be replied, 1st, — that even were the force of this objection to a certain degree admitted, yet that, to judge fairly of the plan, its inconveniences must be compared with those of the existing system ; which system, according to the evidence adduced, is liable in a great measure to the same objection ; since the bodies exhumated are principally those of the poor* ; 2dly, — that the evils...
Página 466 - Washington on the first of January, 1830, for the purpose of revising the American Pharmacopoeia ; and that these several institutions be requested to forward to the president, on or before the first day of April, 1829, the names of three persons thus designated by ballot; and the president of the Convention...
Página 29 - I humbly conceive that in such a difficult case as this we ought to have a great deference for the reports and opinions of learned men; neither do I see any reason why I should not quote the fathers of my profession In this case, as well as you gentlemen of the long robe quote Coke upon Littleton in yours;' and upon this answer the doctor was permitted to proceed with the quotation.
Página 597 - ... transversely, that is, in a direction from hip to hip ; for this purpose carrying the finger with its cutting edge from the opening in the vagina already made, to the root of the broad ligament on the left side, so as to make one large aperture. I then took a second stem-scalpel, formed on the same model as the preceding, with this difference, that the incisory edge lay on the other side of the blade, and laying this instrument on the forefinger as before, in such a manner, however, that the...