The London Medical and Physical Journal, Band 9

J. Souter, 1803

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Seite 191 - On the first application of the process to the face, the jaw of the deceased criminal began to quiver, and the adjoining muscles were horribly contorted, and one eye was actually opened. In the subsequent part of the process, the right hand was raised and clenched, and the legs and thighs were set in motion. It appeared to the uninformed part of the
Seite 370 - The former, viz. the cough, is strong, incessant, sometimes dry, but generally accompanied, even at its first coming on, •with an expectoration of thin, sharp mucus ; the latter, viz. the fever, is attended with increased heat, and with extreme restlessness and anxiety. There is also some confusion of the head. At
Seite 190 - it was Resolved unanimously, That the thanks of this Society be given to the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, for his respectful attention, Cordial support, and able conduct in the Chair.
Seite 370 - several instances, does not entirely go off after the fifth day, but becomes intermittent, the patient feeling himself worse every other day. " Such is the most common form of this epidemic. Its modifications, however, as we have before observed, are extremely numerous, so that in some there is a violent head-ach with little catarrhal affection ; in
Seite 282 - running down the middle of the forehead, nose, lips and chin. When this boy had heated himself by any violent exercise, the whole face became equally red. It is difficult to account for this phenomenon, which is indeed a remarkable instance of the great influence of
Seite 574 - will commence his Summer Course of Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Midwifery, and the Diseases of Women and Children, on
Seite 473 - An Examination of the Report of the Committee of the House of Commons, on the Claims of Remuneration for the Vaccine Pock Inoculation.
Seite 370 - increases, the skin becomes hot, with a pain in the back and limbs, or transitory stitches across the chest. The tongue is white ; the pulse quick or frequent, and for the most part soft. There is more
Seite 332 - of clean water, and allowed it half an hour to refresh itself; then gave it another dose of opium, fixed it to the microscope with all expedition, and viewed it as before ; the blood then, moved yet
Seite 85 - the whole science; and a surgeon, far from being valued according to his sense, abilities, and general knowledge, is esteemed excellent only in proportion as he operates with skill.

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