Neurotic disorders of childhood

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E.B. Treat, 1905 - Children - 440 pages

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Page 441 - Sexual Debility in Man. By FREDERIC R. STURGIS, MD Formerly Clinical Professor of Venereal Diseases, Medical Department, University of the City of New York; Ex-Visiting Surgeon to the City Hospital, Blackwell's Island; one of the Authors of " A System of Legal Medicine,
Page 441 - By THOMAS J. MAYS, AM, MD, Professor of Diseases of the Chest in the Philadelphia Polyclinic; Visiting Physician to Rush Hospital for Consumption.
Page 441 - University), Late Obstetrician to Columbia Hospital for Women, and Lyingin Asylum, Washington, DC; late Vice-President of the Medical Association of the District of Columbia, etc.
Page 444 - The methods of application for therapeutic purposes are given in detail and with such clearness that the general practitioner will find the book a useful and practical guide.'* Medical Journal, New York, says: ""The book is much changed from the earlier editions, being in accord with the advance in our knowledge of the applications of electricity. . . . The work is valuable and will clear up many points which may be shadowy in the mind of the general practitioner.
Page 133 - In ordinary fevers the food must be liquid and cool ; in vomiting, cold ; in respiratory diseases, warm ; in collapse, hot. The best feeding time is the remission. When the evening rectal temperature is 100' F., or above, give milk containing 2 per cent, fat, 1 per cent, proteid and 5 per cent, sugar. When the temperature is lower than this full-strength milk may be used. When the temperature is steadily below 100 F., but above normal, give milk...
Page 259 - In a case due to a traumatic or organic lesion, an early operation may prevent the development of cerebral sclerosis. If early operation is not done, the occurrence of epilepsy is a warning that secondary sclerosis has been established, and an operation may prevent it from increasing. Operation must include the removal of the diseased area; here, if all other parts are normal, a cure may result. Under favorable conditions a few cases of epilepsy may be cured by surgery, and many more improved.
Page 108 - From five hours stimulation, recovery is scarcely complete after twenty-four hours' rest." The changes above noted in nerve cells, as resulting from electrical stimulation and normal fatigue, have a plain bearing on the study of the changes which occur in the spinal ganglion from reflex irritation, since reflex irritation can do nothing more than greatly exaggerate the functional activity of these cells, and must, therefore, result in changes within the cells similar to those above described. Satovski,...
Page 443 - LECTURES TO GENERAL PRACTITIONERS ON THE DISEASES OF THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES, as well as the Allied and Resultant Conditions. With Modern Methods of Diagnosis and Treatment. By Boardman Reed, MD, Philadelphia, Pa., Professor of Diseases of the Gastrointestinal Tract, Hygiene and Climatology, in the Department of Medicine of Temple College, Philadelphia, etc.
Page 3 - Chronic Anemia, Fever, Eclampsia, Epilepsy, Migraine, Chorea, Hysteria, Asthma, etc. By BK RACHFORD, MD, Professor of Diseases of Children, Medical College of Ohio, University of Cincinnati; Pediatrist to the Cincinnati Good Samaritan and Jewish Hospitals; Member of American Pediatric Society; Association of American Physicians, etc.
Page 441 - Edition. 8vo. 248 pages. Cloth, $2.00 net. Nervous Exhaustion, (Neurasthenia), its Hygiene, Causes, Symptoms and Treatment. By GEORGE M. BEARD, MD, Formerly Lecturer on Nervous Diseases in the University of the City of New York, etc. Revised by AD ROCKWELL, MD , late Professor of Electro-Therapeutics in the New York Post-Graduate Medical School and Hospital, etc. Fourth Edition.

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