TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HAEMOPTYSES»
The term «haemoptyses» is used very little and occupies the 191.588
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HAEMOPTYSES»
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AT the Society of Internes of the Paris Hospitals on May 23rd M. Boisseau
reported the case of a young girl suffering from tuberculosis who had at the
beginning of the disease two “vicarious haemoptyses" (supplémcntaires do rifles)
and five ...
The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal ...
haemoptysis usually sets in, and the amount of blood brought up is generally in
proportion to the greater or less degree of direct violence the lung has suffered.
These haemoptyses are in general only of short duration, which is essentially
Had several slight haemoptyses (January 1900) three months after admission.
He had had severe recurrent attacks before admission, one nearly proving fatal.
Case 3. — Had a number of slight haemoptyses during the first four months of his
Half-yearly Compendium of Medical Science
Haemoptysis is usually repeated at intervals of perhaps months or years. The
blood may be florid and frothy, or dark and less aerated. Bird remarks that
haemoptyses connected with pulmonary cysts, ought to be divided into two
classes— first, ...
Outlines of general pathology
and at sufficiently exact periods; Laennec has seen these periodic haemoptyses
last for thirty or forty successive years. The adhesive and viscid sputa in
pneumonia, are sometimes tinged or spotted with blood, arising from an
exudation from ...
Infectious Diseases of the Respiratory Tract
Complications of pulmonary infection The common clinical problems and
complications which may exacerbate chronic pulmonary infection include
pneumothoraces, recurrent large haemoptyses, abdominal surgery, pregnancy
Lung cysts: a clinical radiological study
applies to the haemoptyses. The sputa were uncharacteristic, from thin to thick,
mucopurulent sputum — with a preponderance of the latter. Haemoptysis had
occurred in 17 adults (8 males and 9 females), viz. Cases 8, 14, 15, 19, 25, 26, 28
Danish Medical Bulletin
Haemoptysis. ln the abundant literature about pulmonary tuberculosis in
Greenland Eskimos the very frequent haemoptyses are often mentioned. A
common feature is the fact that the haemoptyses of the tuberculous patients are
frequent and ...
Pathological research on phthisis
We ought therefore never to neglect this method of investigation, whenever
febrile symptoms are present, without any evident cause, more especially if these
have been preceded by one or more haemoptyses. 379. Among the secondary ...
Pierre Charles Alexander Louis, 1836
The Pleuro-subpleural Zone
He had come to be treated for repeated haemoptyses. They had first occurred in
1914; his left lung had been pierced on the Russian battlefield by a projectile,
which had not been extracted. Between 19 14 and 191 7 violent movements ...