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Lectures on the Diseases of Women

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Locomotor at Axia (Tables Dorsalis); An Introduction to the Study and Treatment of Nervous Diseases, For Students and Practitioners

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Scientific Reports : Volume 8

By: Imperial Cancer Research Fund

...macological action on specific tissues and reseml)ling in this respect the internal secretions. We have therefore proposed to cjiH them "food hormones... ...of tumours is fused into a glass tubesome 20 cm. in length and about 5 mm. internal diameter. This isthoroughly coated with paraffin wax by inmiersion... ... Gland associated with Carcinoma of the Tongue." Proc. of the Roy. Soc. of Medicine—Sect, of Pathology, vol. xv. No. 12, p. 15 (1922). (7) MUKKAY, J. ... ...ts constituent cells. This resistance, variously designated by inhibition, internal tissue tension and similar fantastic expressions, was regarded as ... ...by the death of the animal from intercurrent disease or from metastasis in internal organs from the first primary growth. For this reason, although th... ...n of case of multiple carcinoma of scrotum. (18) International Congress of Medicine, 1913. Illustrations of paraffin cancer shown by Drs. Normaij Walk... ...n of case of multiple carcinoma of scrotum. (18) International Congress of Medicine, 1913. Illustrations of paraffin cancer shown by Drs. Norman Walkk... ...eet broad, and twelve feet high, adjoining the paraffin sheds, it is lined internally by white glazed tiles, and is heated to a comfortable heat by ho...

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Scientific Reports : Volume 7

By: Imperial Cancer Research Fund

...d, histological evidence of local infiltrative growth ; and 4th, metastasis in internal organs. Loss of differentiation and atypical cellular characte... ... Apparatus of certain Tumour Cells considered in relation to previous work. An internal ai)paratus in the cells of a malignant new growth was first de... ...ical forms of mitotic cell division which still require investigation. 83 The Internal Apparatus of Giant-Cells. Binucleated and multinucleated giant... ...tigators can also be usefully summarised. The most interesting instances of an internal apparatus in giant-cells were found in the sarcomata 1030, Rat... ...paratus of tuberculous giant-cells had given almost identical results (34). An internal apparatus in the giant-cells of a human epithelioma of the ton...

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Scientific Reports : Volume 6

By: Imperial Cancer Research Fund

...g together form an apparatus for the heat regulation of the body by means of their internal secretions. In order to avoid misunderstanding, it may be ... ... 1917, p. 153. Elliott: Journ. of Phys. xliv. 1912, p. 396. Elliott: Quart. Jl. of Medicine, 1914, p. 47. ]>Evv: Amer. Jl. of Phys. xii, 1910, p. 492.... ...mall sharply defined abscesses. The skin and abdominal wall were not involved. The internal organs were normal to the Uiiked eye. In the three mice of... ... it. But the pus was not so diffluent and there were no macroscopic changes in the internal organs. There does not appear to be any difference in the ... ...d the absence of centrosomes, they indicate a thoroughgoing disorganization of the internal mechanism of the cells in which they occur. The remaining ...

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Scientific Reports : Volume 5

By: Imperial Cancer Research Fund

...iations in Dose and Time Interval on the Immunity Produced by Emulsions of Internal Organs. ... 91 Summary 93 [Fifth Scientific Report of the Imperia... ...s of mice vary in the amount of necessary specific substances (products of internal secretion) which they produce. Further, he carries this view to it... ... When examined under ahigh power, however, thiszone is seen to be composed internally of macrophages (fig. 34, a, Plate 4), and externally of scar tis... ...liul tuinoiir.H irr«'f»|H»clivc of the ti»j»iie of ori|(in, ciuiilsions of internal orgnnH do nut exiiihit tlio Mimo uniformity in notion. Experiments...

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Report : Year : 1926-1928

By: Connecticut. State Tuberculosis Commission

...toward happenings,—no fire, no severe epidemics, and but few of the little internal storms that rometimes inter- fere with the satisfactory functionin...

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Report : Year : 1924-1926

By: Connecticut. State Tuberculosis Commission

...ed out $20.00 Paper Goods 480.27 $262.29 Laboratory Supplies 137.30 150.24 Medicines 1,255.48 1,249.17 Sputum cups 597.14 1,436.47 X-ray Supplies 325.... ...neous Office Account 341.89 356.75 Housekeeping Supplies 1,284.32 1,525.61 Medicines and Hospital Sup- plies 1,284.33 1,294.54 Water 1,274.29 673.88 S... ...nd General care: Years 1924-25 1925-26 Laboratory Supplies $132.92 $149.54 Medicines, Supplies and ap- paratus :. 2,879.74 3,094.59 Sputum cups 123.40... ...edical and General Care: Laboratory Supplies and Apparatus $118.06 $258.67 Medicines, Supplies and Ap- paratus 4,292.58 3,106.60 Toilet and other Pers... ...frigeration 123.60 188.30 Laboratory Supplies and Ap- paratus 166.04 14.49 Medicines, Supplies and Ap- paratus 2,104.17 1,438.74 Medical Attendance (E...

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Report : Year : 1922-1924

By: Connecticut. State Tuberculosis Commission

...cco $8.05 6.35 Patients Boarded Out 28.00 Laboratory Supplies 254.75 67.20 Medicines and Supplies 1,269.00 1,153.94 Sputum Cups, etc 630.50 1,117.39 H... ...neous Office Ac- count 60.33 69.31 Housekeeping Supplies 1,113.92 1,533.30 Medicines and Hospital Sup- plies 2,476.82 2,297.10 Water 1,297.13 1,413.40... ...e and Refrigeration $2.90 Laboratory Supplies and Apparatus 724.09 $498.31 Medicines, Supplies and Apparatus 5,543.66 6,301.85 Medical Attendance 12.5... ...2.30 Ice and Refrigeration 149.92 277.66 Laboratory Supplies 643.31 561.26 Medicine, Supplies and Ap- / paratus 3,205.14 3,841.30 Sputum Cups etc 306.... ... Refrigeration 291.91 240.49 Laboratory Supplies and Apparatus 99.50 21.00 Medicines, Supplies and Apparatus 1,163.77 1,273.74 Medical Attendance (Ext...

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Report : Year : 1918-1920

By: Connecticut. State Tuberculosis Commission

...ousands of young doctors who, in late years had been empowered to practise medicine,were deplorably ignorant of that most important of human dis- ease... ...us office ac- count 790.28 301.49 Housekeeping supplies .. 1,159.45 161.46 Medicines and hospital supplies 3,761.69 2,165.48 Water 781.59 863.22 Sundr... ...ense 125.87 Housekeeping supplies .... 1,377.67 Hospital supplies 5,107.97 Medicine 453.37 Total 16,082.71 Total expense for maintenance 92,002.47 ANA...

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On the Bile, Jaundice and Bilious Diseases

By: Legg, J. Wickham (John Wickham), 1843-1921

...e liver to become known. We must, however, go back to the early records of medicine to see if this were really the case. And in few matters is it more... .... . . et innumerae tales hypotheses, damnosae, dum, regulas dant faciundse Medicines." Kemp (Lond. Med. Gaz. 1845, vol. i. p. 77.) says he has examine... ...h time after the morning's bile was collected, and therefore the effect of medicine would be upon the bile of the day following. There were four trial... ...haft in Wurzburg, 1855. Bd. v. p. 231. f George Scott, Beale's Archives of Medicine, 1859, vol. i. p. 209. 160 Mercury as Cholagogue. as follows : i.... ...retion of the bile will be considered. It will be convenient to take these medicines in some order ; and the results of Dr. Rutherford's observations ... ...eceiving the physician would be the carbazotate or picrate of potash taken internally. This is said to stain the skin and tissues of a fine yellow, bu... ...e can be done by way of treatment. Gallic acid and tannic acid may be used internally and externally ; or large doses of the tincture of iron, or turp... ...examined, and not a trace of disease could be discovered. The external and internal parts were much tinged with bile.* The case is not uncomplicated, ... ... stools which resemble pitch were composed of diseased secretions from the internal surface of the intestines, and did not owe their colour to dischar...

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Lead Diseases : A Treatise

By: Dana, Samuel Luther, 1795-1868
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A Laboratory Outline of Neurology

By: Crosby, Elizabeth C.
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Annual Report : Vol. 4

By: Michigan Association for the Prevention and Relief of Tuberculosis

...ual living in the open air, nourishing food, and regulated rest or exercise. Medicines are used only to assist in the com- plications which arise. Any... ...e of seven dollars per week. This covers board, lodging, medical attendance, medicines, and plain laundry. This sum does not cover the actual expense ...

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Annual Report : Vol. 3

By: Michigan Association for the Prevention and Relief of Tuberculosis

...Treasurer ...... Visiting Nursing in Tuberculosis State Museum of Preventive Medicine . Tuberculosis Morbidity & Mortality in Michigan for 1910 ..... ... ...mmittees. C. Election of officers. PART II. I. A 'State Museum of Preventive Medicine : illustrated by Stere- opticon. Opened by Dr. A. S. Warthin, An... ...ith tuberculosis and other infectious diseases, but the status of preventive medicine in any country is prob- ably as good an index as any of the soci... ...ti- zens of Michigan to a practical realization of the meaning of preventive medicine and the conservation of life. It is folly to say that the people... ... gained in weight from three to twenty pounds since the first of October. No medicine has been given; they have just been living in accordance with th...

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Annual Report : Vol. 2

By: Michigan Association for the Prevention and Relief of Tuberculosis

...d cost of living for tuberculous individuals, the cost of treatment, nurses, medicines, etc. Moreover, the loss to the State from animal tuberculosis ... ...harvest of tuberculosis without making an adequate effort to stop it? Modern Medicine says tubercu- losis can be exterminated. It rests with you, Citi... ...of all is Harvard's new departure in establishing a department of Preventive Medicine, aiming to prepare men to serve on state and city boards of heal... ... kept in mind that the teaching of hygiene, sanitary science, and preventive medicine as an art must 35 precede the placing of these same data on a s... ...u in favor of including training in hygiene, sanitary science and preventive medicine (a) as part of the professional training of teachers, and (b) as...

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Collected Reprints : Vol. 1

By: Montefiore Hospital for Chronic Diseases

...n Acrocyanosis. Blood Pressure and Morphology ERNST P. BOAS METABOLISM AND INTERNAL Si < in. I IONS Tho Prevention of Simple Goiter in Man DAVID MARIN... ... hy Fry- ing) in Rabbits DAVID MARIN i !. BAUMANN Influence of Glands with Internal Secretions on the Respiratory Exchange. III. Effect of Suprarenal ... ...roid- ectomi/.cl Rabbits DAVID MA III. J. BAUMANN Influence of Glands with Internal Secretions on the Respiratory Exchange. IV. Effect of Suprarenal I... ...f Suprarenal Insufficiency in Cats W .1. M. SCOTT Influence of Glands with Internal Secretion on the Respiratory Exchange. V. Further Observations on ... ... been generally con- firmed and accepted, and we find in most textbooks of medicine, as well as of physiology, a presentation of the views first set f... ...schr. f. exper. Path. u. Therap. 11:108. 1 Reprinted from the Archives of Internal Medicine June, 1922, Vol. 29, pp. 763-767 Copyright, 1922 American... ...exper. Path. u. Therap. 11:108. 1 Reprinted from the Archives of Internal Medicine June, 1922, Vol. 29, pp. 763-767 Copyright, 1922 American Medical ... ...ogic compensation. EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY No accomplishment in preventive medicine has a tinner physiologic and chemical foundation than that underly... ...me frightened because of this condition and discontinued taking some white medicine which he was then receiving at the St. Paul's Tuberculosis Clinic ...

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Contributions from the Department of Neurology and the Laboratory of Neuropathology (Reprints)

By: University of Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania, University Of. Department of Neurology. Contributions; Pennsylvania, University Of. Laboratory of Neuropathology. Contributions

...Side of the Pons, and Right Cerebral Peduncle to the Upper Part of the Right Internal Capsule (Syringobulbia), by William G. Spiller, M.D., The Britis... ...ended backward so as to involve the anterior extremities of the caudatum and internal capsule, as shown in the photograph (Fig. 2). Caudad of the tumo... .... 1900, p. 165, and Contributions from the \Vm. Pepper Laboratory of Oinical Medicine, vol. I, 1900. 4 WILLIAM G. SPILLER left upper limb are awkward... ...r. Peckham,' as I found later, cut two of the four branches passing from the internal popliteal nerve into the heads of the gastroc- nemius in a case ... ...o partially shrivelled. When a section is made through the upper part of the internal capsule on the right side an old cyst is found, occupying a larg... ...of the cord, having the cord about it as a narrow ring (Fig. 5). A moderate, internal hydrocephalus was present, and degenera- tions were found in the... ...instabihty of portions of the cerebral * Read before the New York Academy of Medicine, April 19, 1906. From the Department of Neurology, Lniversity of... ...Therap., vol. ix. p. 109 et seq. 29. Quincke. Cyclopiedia of the Practice of Medicine, Kemssen, vol. vi. p. 394. 30. Rosenthal. Centralbl. f. Nervenhe... ...an, with the lesion in the right cerebral hemisphere. (Mills and Weisenburg, Medicine, Nov. 1905.) The case of Bloch and Bielschowsky seems to show th...

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Contributions from the Department of Neurology and the Laboratory of Neuropathology (Reprints)

By: University of Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania, University Of. Department of Neurology. Contributions; Pennsylvania, University Of. Laboratory of Neuropathology. Contributions

...ler, M.D. Psychasthenic Attacks Simulating Epilepsy William G. Spiller, M.D. Internal Hydrocephalus, with Report of Two Cases, One Resulting from Occl... .... (5) Diffuse degeneration affecting many of the fibres passing through both internal capsules. (6) Similar changes in the cerebellum, (7) Degeneratio... ...pond to light, accommodation and conver- gence. No apparent weakness of left internal rectus or left superior oblique. No involvement of 5th or 7th ne... ...ed from the University of Pennsylvania 'Medical Bulletin, March-April, 1907. INTERNAL HYDROCEPHALUS. With Report of Two Cases, One Resulting from Occl... ...nd occlusion of the aqueduct of Sylvius as one of the etiological factors in internal hydro- cephalus mentioned in text-books dealing with this subjec... ... 30. Deutsch. Ztschr. f. Nervenhlk., 1899, Nos. 5-6. 31. Allbut's "System of Medicine," ix, p. 73, 1900. 32. Arch. f. Psych, u. Nervenkrankhl, 1898, p... ...d Paviot) and Grund adds one more, but does 'Weaver. Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1898, Vol. III., No. 6. *Spiller and Hendrickson. American Jour... ... p. 736 3. Donath. Neuroglischer Centralblatt, 1906. 4. Spiller. Progressive Medicine, September, 1899, p. 306. 5. Van Gehuchten. Syst^me Nerveux, 190... ...99, p. 306. 5. Van Gehuchten. Syst^me Nerveux, 1906. 6. Spiller. Progressive Medicine, September, 1900, p. 261. 7. Dana. Journal of Nervous and Mental...

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Contributions from the Department of Neurology and the Laboratory of Neuropathology (Reprints)

By: University of Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania, University Of. Department of Neurology. Contributions; Pennsylvania, University Of. Laboratory of Neuropathology. Contributions

...Rhein, M.D. Neurologj' at the Recent (Seventeenth! International Congress of Medicine. Im- pressions with Comments on Some of the More Important Subje... ...s, so as to put it, so to speak, as if on a knife-edge balance, the powerful internal inhibitor^' mechanism could not be continuouslv effective. SUMMA... ...icula. (5) Bilateral lesions of the geniculate or corticobulbar tract of the internal capsule. Sometimes lenticular and capsular lesions are present ... ...tines. In this way 12 mills: cerebral mechanism of emotional expression the internal circulatory changes are brought about: the heart- beat and pulse... ...g and muscular contraction are occasioned. Both sorts of bodily change, the 'internal' and the 'external,' excite end-organs of pressure, and the inte... ...lls is the immediate condition of all the organic sensations (whether due to internal changes or to external movements) which are present in emotional... ...ies et publi^es par Henri Meige. Paris: G. Masson, Libraire de I'Academie de Medicine, 1895. Calkins, Mary Whiton. A First Book in Psychology. New Yor... .... liv, p. 9 ; " Contributions from the William Pepper Laboratory of Clinical Medicine," No. 1. [53] Idem. Univ. of Penn. Med. Bull, 1904-05, vol. xvii... ...4. [55] Idem. " Contributions from the William Pepper Laboratory of Clinical Medicine," 1900. [56] Talma. DeutscJie Zeitschr. f. Nervenheilk., 1892, B...

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