10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OEDEMATOSE»
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The Western Journal of the Medical & Physical Sciences
I washed it with soap suds and spread dry lint, over the whole suppurating
surface, and applied the roller-bandage, with a view to increase the circulation of
blood in the oedematose parts. The next day, 25th February, 1 827, when I took
The cyclopaedia: or, Universal dictionary of arts, sciences, ...
The oedematose erysipelas. 3. The malignant, or gangrenous erysipelas. Each of
these species may be an idiopathic, or symptomatic disease. . . Mr. Pearson
remarks, that the acute erysipelas is most commonly seen in those of a sanguine
In the first case a strong thickening and homogenization of the basement
membrane with a blunt lower border towards the oedematose subepithelial
connective tissue layer has been found, and in the second, a sporadic thickening
In Supreme Court of the State of New York Appellate ...
The extremities were oedematose— pitting oedema extending to both hips from
ankles to legs. The right arm— the right hand and arm to the elbow—
oedematose. (Fols. 316-317). Had mitro-stenosis and regurgitation,
decompensated heart ...
The whole limb is extremely tense and sore, and the leg is nlittle oedematose;
pulse full; tongue clean; bowels open. Venesection to twelve ounces, and two
tables 'l'nke of Antimnniul wine, one ounce ; sulphate q/'magnesia, one ounce ; _
A Treatise on the Cutaneous Diseases Incidental to ...
The feel of the skin and the flesh is hard and resisting, but not oedematose. “ III.
The cellular membrane is fixed in such a manner that the skin will not slide over
the subjacent muscles; not even on the back of the hands, where it is usually very
Walter Cooper Dendy, 1827
Observations on the Disease Called the Plague, on the ...
Then the palpebra--2 became oedematose, the patient could no longer endure
the light, the flow of tears increased, and generally became changed into a thick,
and sometimes yellow matter?“ I think we may call the ophthalmy, arrived at this ...
Paolo Assalini, George Pinckard, 1806
Synopsis Stirpium Hibernicarum Alphabetice Dispositarum. ...
Caleb Threlkeld, Thomas Molyneux. AR 'of the dryed Herb taken in Wine is a
Remedy a ainst the-Solutica, and the fresh Plant or the uice of' it, is goodagainst
the Effects of taking too much Opium. Simon Paul says he knew an OEdematose
Caleb Threlkeld, Thomas Molyneux, 1727
A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Children
The tongue was the seat of a distinct oedematose swellingi These cases and
dissections prove the co-existence of extensive disease in the stomach as well as
the mouth, probably the result of exposure to cold at the latter end of autumn.
The Philadelphia Journal of the Medical and Physical Sciences
The whole limb was considerably oedematose. We followed Dr. Dorsey's mode
of operating in this case, which is not materially different from that of Mr. Aberne-
thy, who was the first that attempted this operation, and to whom we are so
John Davidson Godman, Isaac Hays, 1820