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" The immediate antecedent of an attack is a condition of unstable equilibrium and gradually accumulating tension in the parts of the nervous system more immediately concerned, while the paroxysm itself may be likened to a storm, by which this condition... "
The Errors of accommodation and refraction of the eye and their treatment - Page 24
by Ernest Clarke - 1903 - 225 pages
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On Megrim, Sick-headache, and Some Allied Disorders: A Contribution to the ...

Edward Liveing - Allergy - 1873 - 512 pages
...neurosis in question. The immediate antecedent of an attack is a condition of unstable equilibrinm and gradually accumulating tension in the parts of...a storm, by which this condition is dispersed and equilibrinm for the time restored.* This view, while it does not ignore any facts embraced by the different...
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Headaches: Their Nature, Causes, and Treatment, Part 275, Volume 1877

William Henry Day - Headache - 1877 - 312 pages
...particular foci, will mainly determine the neurosis in question. The immediate antecedent of an attack is a condition of unstable equilibrium and gradually...dispersed, and equilibrium for the time restored." — On Megrim and Sick Headathe, 1873, page 336. ache is among the most hereditary of diseases. From...
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A Dictionary of Terms Used in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences

Richard Dennis Hoblyn - Medicine - 1878 - 723 pages
...NERVE-STORMS. A name given by Dr. Liveing to neu rosal seizures. "The immediate antecedent of an attack is a condition of unstable equilibrium, and gradually accumulating tension in the (ťarts of the nervous system more immediately concerned, while the paroxysm itself mav be likened...
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Headaches: Their Nature, Causes, and Treatment

William Henry Day - Headache - 1880 - 306 pages
...particular foci, will mainly determine the neurosis in question. The immediate antecedent of an attack is a condition of unstable equilibrium and gradually...condition is dispersed, and equilibrium for the time restored."—On Meyrim and Sick Headache, 1873, p. 336. tion, fatigue, and losses of blood; but more...
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A Dictionary of Terms Used in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences

Richard Dennis Hoblyn - Medicine - 1887 - 806 pages
...NERVE-STORMS. Aname given by Dr. Liveing to neurosal seizures. " The immediate antecedent of an attack is a condition of unstable equilibrium, and gradually...dispersed and equilibrium for the time restored." NERVES (nervus, a string or cord). White cords arising from the brain or the spinal marrow, and distributed...
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Nerve Prostration and Other Functional Disorders of Daily Life

Robson Roose - Nervous system - 1888 - 668 pages
...centres to the irregular accumulation and discharge of nerve-force. The immediate antecedent of an attack is a condition of unstable equilibrium and gradually...a storm by which this condition is dispersed, and the equilibrium for a time restored." As supporting this theory, Dr. Liveing insists upon the paroxysmal...
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Australasian Medical Gazette: The Journal of the Australasian ..., Volume 14

Medicine - 1895
...persistent headache. Liveing likens an attack of migraine to a nerve-storm gradually accumulated by a condition of unstable equilibrium, and gradually...accumulating tension, in the parts of the nervous system immediately concerned, eyestraiu being one of the exciting causes, and he theorises as to the way in...
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Midland Medical Miscellany and Provincial Medical Journal, Volume 2

1883
...particular foci, will mainly determine the neurosis in question. The immediate antecedent of an attack is a condition of unstable equilibrium and gradually...which this condition is dispersed and equilibrium restored." Treatment should therefore be on UK following tines : — Keep your weather eye open, and...
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The Cincinnati Lancet-clinic, Volume 18; Volume 57

Medicine - 1887
...unstable equilibrium and gradually accumulating tension on the pans of the nerves more immedi ately concerned, while the paroxysm* itself may be likened to a storm by which the condition is dispersed and equilibrium for a time restored." The increased frequency of headache...
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The Indian Medical Gazette, Volume 8

Medicine - 1873
...will mainly determine the chalacter of the neuroses in question. The immediate antecedent of an attack is a condition of unstable equilibrium and gradually accumulating tension in the part of the nervous system more immediately concerned, while the paroxysm itself may be likened to...
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