10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DIAPHRAGMITIS»
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A dictionary of practical medicine
adjoining organs, and viewed as merely symptomatic or secondary affections. 1.
Inflammation of the Diaphragm. — Syn. Diaphragmitis (Hildenbrand, J. Frank, &c.
) ; Paraphrenitis, Paraphrosynis (Rufus Ephesius, et Auct. Vet.) ; Diaphragmite ...
Special pathology and diagnostics
Diaphragmitis,. or. Inflammation. of. the. Diaphragm. The substance of the
diaphragm being a muscular, tendinous tissue, is scarcely ever primarily affected
; whilst its serous lining on its upper surface, a continuation of the pleura and ...
Charles Godlove Raue, 1867
Diaphragmitis ; severe burning pains under short ribs on both sides ; pains from
below ribs spreading upward ; must bend forward from contractive pain in
hypochondria. Belladonna. — Affection of the muscles of the crura ; in plethoric
New York journal of medicine
with a coating of albuminous exudation — without any more liquid effusion or
extension of the disease. One of the most curious symptoms of diaphragmitis is
the sardonic grin, which happened to be present in our own case. It was wanting
The New York Journal of Medicine
One of the most curious symptoms of diaphragmitis is the sardonic grin, which
happened to be present in our own case. It was wanting in all the five cases
given by Andral, and, indeed, was never seen by him. We were much pleased
with the ...
Samuel Forry, Charles Alfred Lee, Samuel Smith Purple, 1854
Elements of homoeopathic practice of physic
DIAPHRAGMITIS. Inflammation confined to the muscular structure of the
diaphragm is considered to be of extremely rare occurrence, the disorder in
almost every case appearing in combination with inflammation of the pleural or
A dictionary of practical medicine: comprising special ...
Two or more even of these complications may exist in the same case, especially
internal and external carditis, pleuritis and articular rheumatism; pericarditis,
diaphragmitis, and pneumonia. In a body 1 lately saw after death, pericarditis
The science of therapeutics: according to the principles of ...
According to the statement of older authors the following phenomena are
characteristic of diaphragmitis: continued, violent fever; burning, stinging, tearing
and contractive pains all over the diaphragm, the pain encircling the body like a
... acute about the diaphragm, was the result of rheumatism, to which he had
been subject; but he (Dr.A.) believed that the pneumonia was complicated with
diaphragmitis, from having observed a fatal case in which the symptoms were
Zoonomia; Or The Laws of Organic Life
A blister on the pained part. Antimonial preparations. Diluents. Cool. air. Do
neutral salts increase the tendency to cough? Pediluvium or semicupium
frequently repeated. 6. Diaphragmitis. Inflammation of the diaphragm. Pain round
the lower ...
Erasmus Darwin, Samuel Latham Mitchill, 1818