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" I have been able to hear very plainly the beating of a man's heart; and it is common to hear the motion of the wind to and fro in the guts and other small vessels: the stopping in the lungs is easily discovered by the wheezing, the stopping of the head... "
Sound, 8 lectures - Page 43
by John Tyndall - 1867
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Fruit Between the Leaves, Volume 1

Andrew Wynter - Essays - 1875
...stopping of the lungs is easily discovered by the weezing, the stopping of the head by the humming and the whistling noises, the slipping to and fro of the joints,...cases by crackling and the like, as to the working or motions of the parts one among another." From this passage it is clear that Dr. Hook used the stethoscope...
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Medical Review of Reviews, Volume 18

Medicine - 1912
...the guts and other small vessels ; the stopping in the lungs is easily discovered by the wheezing, the stopping of the head by the humming and whistling...in its operation, the noise of fire in dissolving." Laennec knew the dead languages as well as did Johannes Miiller or others who had been trained by the...
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Pathfinders in Medicine

Victor Robinson - Medicine - 1912 - 313 pages
...the guts and other small vessels ; the stopping in the lungs is easily discovered by the wheezing, the stopping of the head by the humming and whistling...in its operation, the noise of fire in dissolving.' After his invention Laennec toiled like a fanatic. An undersized body did the work of twenty men. He...
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Medicine and the Reign of Technology

Stanley J. Reiser, Stanley Joel Reiser - Medical - 1981 - 317 pages
...Wind to and fro in the Guts, and other small Vessels, the stopping of the Lungs is easily discover'd by the Wheesing, the Stopping of the Head, by the humming and whistling Noises, the fliping to and fro of the Joy nts in many cases, by crackling, and the like; . . .and so to their becoming...
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The White Plague: Tuberculosis, Man, and Society

René Jules Dubos, Jean Dubos - Medical - 1987 - 277 pages
...in the guts and other small vessels; the stopping in the lungs is easily discovered by the wheezing, the stopping of the head by the humming and whistling...the joints, in many cases by crackling and the like. Although direct auscultation had thus long been known to be theoretically possible, it was little practiced;...
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Medical Life, Volume 28

Medicine - 1921
...and other small vessels; the stopping in the lungs is easily discovered by the wheezing, the stopping the head by the humming and whistling noises, the...in its operation, the noise of fire in dissolving." Rarely has an investigator in medicine had so few predecessors as Laennec. After his invention Laennec...
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