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" ... same quantities of hydrogen and of carbon in their oxidation yield varying amounts of heat according to the chemical compounds in which they are contained, and we cannot say positively whether the compounds oxidized are the same in fever as in health... "
Pediatrics: Orthopedic surgery - Page 92
1906
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Proceedings and Reports of the Medical and Chirurgical ..., Volumes 89-91

Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland - Medicine - 1887 - 1134 pages
...some reason, while increasing the destruction, hinder the outflow; but this is exceedingly improbable. The weight of evidence is in favor of the view that the combustion of alcohol may take the place of the oxidation of the nitrogenous substances. "Just as it...
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Medical News, Volume 52

Medicine - 1888 - 744 pages
...compounds oxidized are the same in fever as in health under like conditions of nutrition. Upon the whole the weight of evidence is in favor of the view that the excess of heat production in fever is approximately proportionate to the increase in the consumption...
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Pediatrics: the hygienic and medical treatment of children

Thomas Morgan Rotch - 1895 - 1220 pages
...a catarrhal or any other pathological lesion of the mucous membrane is present in these cases, and the weight of evidence is in favor of the view that the disease is purely functional. ETIOI/OOY. — The etiology of chronic duodenal indigestion is in many...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of ..., Volume 47

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1898 - 772 pages
...complex 12\VO.,.Si().,.4RO and that they are double and not quadruple salts or acids. And it seems to me that the weight of evidence is in favor of the view that the complex WO:!SiO,.4RO or 10\VO.;SiOL..4O is single or unitary and not a double salt of a tungstate aud...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1898 - 766 pages
...complex 12\VO:!.SiO.,.4RO and that they are double and not quadruple salts or acids. And it seems to me that the weight of evidence is in favor of the view that the complex WO:,SiO2.4RO or 10WO.,SiO,,.4O is single or unitary and not a double salt of a tungstate and...
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The Canadian Medical Review, Volumes 7-8

1898 - 410 pages
...additional one, that high tension is found prior to any cardiac hypertrophy in many cases, it appears that the weight of evidence is in favor of the view that the change begins first in the vessels. The causes of these changes have been studied' from different standpoints....
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of ..., Volume 47

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1898 - 762 pages
...complex 12\V'O3.SiOa.4RO and that they are double and not quadruple salts or acids. And it seems to me that the weight of evidence is in favor of the view that the complex WOr!SiO2.4KO or 10WO.,SiO,.4O is single or unitary and not a double salt of a tungstate and...
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The Nervous system and its constituent neurones

Lewellys Franklin Barker - Nervous system - 1899 - 1202 pages
...article the most of the " cortical lemniscus " is direct. The utmost that can be said at present is that the weight of evidence is in favor of the view that the majority of the fibres of the medial lemniscus are interrupted in the thalamus, though some axones,...
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Hygienic Laboratory bulletin. no. 42-47, 1908-09, Issues 42-47

1908 - 532 pages
...general tetanus sets in. When given into the circulation, generalized tetanus results in a short time. The weight of evidence is in favor of the view that the toxine produces its effect solely by the absorption of the toxine by the nerves, whose axis cylinder...
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The Rheumatic Diseases

J. Odery Symes - Rheumatism - 1905 - 298 pages
...amongst these is Stengel. There is, however, a preponderating weight of experimental evidence in favour of the view that the specific organism of rheumatic fever is a diplococcus which is capable of assuming a streptococcal form, and which may possibly in course of further involution...
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