3 edition of Pathological researches on phthisis found in the catalog.
|Statement||by P. Ch. A. Louis|
|Contributions||Cowan, Charles, 1806?-1868, tr, Bowditch, Henry I. (Henry Ingersoll), 1808-1892, ed|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxii, 550 p. :|
|Number of Pages||550|
A practical treatise on phthisis pulmonalis: embracing its pathology, causes, symptoms and treatment. Author(s): Cameron & Fall, book and job printers, Subject(s): Pathological and practical researches on diseases of the stomach, the intestinal canal, the liver, and other viscera of . Reviews and bibliographical notices. Practical and Pathological Researches on the Various Forms of Paralysis. By E. Meryon, On the Temperature of the Body as a Means of Diagnosis in Phthisis and Tuberculosis. By Sydney Ringer, M.D., &c. London: Walton & Maberly.
PATHOLOGY (from Gr. πάθος, suffering), the science dealing with the theory or causation of term by itself is usually applied to animal or human pathology, rather than to vegetable pathology or Phytopathology (see Plants: Pathology).. The outstanding feature in the history of pathology during the 19th century, and more particularly of the latter half of it, was the completion. A well-marked case is distinguished by the following anatomical characters: the liver is enlarged, the increase of size taking place chiefly in a lateral direction; its edges are flattened and swollen, the peritoneal covering is smooth, shining, transparent and tense; the organ is soft and pits on pressure; its color, internally and externally, is uniformly yellowish-red or light yellow.
(1) The merit of having 1 2 3 made profound researches on these striae belongs to Wenzel, but he neither discovered their existence nor constancy, nor their connection with the auditory nerve, since all these facts are already mentioned positively by Prochaska. (loc. cit. p. ) (2) Wenzel, loc. cit. p. (3) Beytrœge, p. 24— Among them are shaḥefet – phthisis talmudic scholars had numerous opportunities of observing and diagnosing diseases. They described various pathological conditions of the lungs and knew the existence of pulmonary infections (Ḥul. 47b). for his researches in functional disease and psychotherapy. Outstanding pediatricians were.
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Pathological researches on phthisis. Washington: Pathological researches on phthisis book Green, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: P C A Louis; Charles Cowan; Stanton A.
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Lectures ON THE HISTORY AND CONSTITUTIONAL CHARACTERS OF PHTHISIS, The Lancet Lectures ON THE HISTORY AND CONSTITUTIONAL CHARACTERS OF PHTHISIS, DELIVERED AT THE Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest. and pathological researches, we have learned to regard the great vital machine as a living whole, whose functions, united in.
Pathological researches on phthisis Tr. from the French with introduction, notes, additions, and an essay on treatment / by Charles Cowan Louis, P. (Pierre Charles Alexandre), [ Book: ] At Monash Uni Library. Full text of "Practical and pathological researches on the various forms of paralysis" See other formats.
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THE ANATOMICAL RELATION OF PULMONARY PHTHISIS TO TUBERCLE. THE discussion at the Pathological Society of Dr. Wilson Fox's paper on this subject, adjourned from the lst instant, was concluded on Tuesday evening last.
WILLIAMS.-I cannot but think that this debate on tubercle has been about words more than things. Leiden anatomist Govert Bidloo () is celebrated for his Anatomia corporis humani (Amsterdam, ), a monumental treatise on human anatomy that represented the body with a new level of precision.
He also authored Exercitationes anatomico-chirurgicae (Leiden, ; second expanded edition, Leiden ), in which he discussed twenty notable cases and included Author: Domenico Bertoloni Meli. University of Rochester Library Bulletin: Æsculapius Meets Everard Peck, Years of Medical Books and Learning in Rochester John D.
Henry, are among those in the recently acquired Academy collection, including the first American book on The Elements of Medical and the volume of Louis' classic Pathological Researches on Phthisis (The researches of Quetelet and Villermé on the weight and height of men at different ages, (Annales &c.
p. 26) leave no doubt on this subject. Thus the annual increase in the weight of the body which until the period of puberty was only from three to three and a half pounds, suddenly rises to five and six pounds when this period commences, and.
A great impetus to this line of investigation was given by the cellular theory of R. Virchow and the pathological researches of Sir J. Paget, and general attention was directed to the microscopic examination of the cells of which cancer is composed.