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The Elements of Prognosis in Consumption: With Indications for the ...
James Edward Pollock
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absence action active acute affection alterations amount apex appear attack average base become blood body cause cavity changes CHAP character chest chronic common condition considerable constitutional consumption continuous cough crepitus death deposit died diffused digestion disease disorder dulness duration early evidence examined existence expectoration extension fact females fever flesh frequent give given hæmoptysis heart Hospital important improved increased indications individual influence instances irritation latter less limited lung males marked months morbid nature never nutrition observed occasionally occur ordinary organic origin patient period phthisis physical signs possible powers practice present processes prognosis progress prolonged pulmonary pulse rapid rare regarded remains remarkable respiration respiratory result seen side slight softening sounds stage structure sweats symptoms Table taken third tion tissues tolerated treatment tubercle tubercular varieties vital waste whole
Page 432 - Gray. — ANATOMY, DESCRIPTIVE AND SURGICAL. By HENRY GRAY, FRS late Lecturer on Anatomy at St. George's Hospital. With 569 Woodcut Illustrations, a large number of which are coloured.
Page 98 - Consumption was the most considerable of the diseases which then prevailed, and the only one which proved fatal to many persons. Most of them were affected by these diseases in the following manner: fevers accompanied with rigors, of the continual type, acute, having no complete...