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" Irritative diarrhea. Acute intestinal indigestion of the irritative type, characterized by the absence of persistent fever and by the presence of curds and undigested masses in the discharges, (c) Fermental diarrhea. Acute intestinal indigestion of the... "
Pediatrics: Orthopedic surgery - Page 57
1906
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The Canada Lancet and Practitioner. ...

1905 - 1190 pages
...in the Archives of Pediatrics for June) under the five following heads, (i) Acute nervous diarrhoea, characterized by loose stools of normal color and odor, without abnormal constituents; (2) Irritative diarrhoea, acute intestinal indigestion of the irritative type, characterized by the...
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The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, Volume 52

Children - 1905 - 1010 pages
...the following clinical classification for temporary use until the subject is fully investigated: (u) Acute Nervous Diarrhea, characterized by loose stools...characterized by the absence of persistent fever, and by the presence of curds and undigested masses in the discharges, (c) Fermental Diarrhea, acute intestinal...
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The Woman's Medical Journal, Volume 16

1906 - 238 pages
...clinical classification of summer diarrhoea of infancy is suggested by Dunn: (a) Acute Nervous Diarrhoea, characterized by loose stools of normal color and...odor, without abnormal constituents. (b) Irritative Diarrhoea. Acute intestinal indigestion of the irritative type, characterized by the absence of persistent...
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Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 18

Medicine - 1905 - 426 pages
...correspondence between the anatomic and clinical pictures. The following clinical classification is suggested: (a) Acute nervous diarrhea, characterized by loose...normal color and odor, without abnormal constituents. (6) Irritative diarrhea. Acute intestinal indigestion of the irritative type, characterized by tho...
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Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 18

Medicine - 1905 - 698 pages
...correspondence between the anatomic and clinical pictures. The following clinical classification is suggested: (a) Acute nervous diarrhea, characterized by loose stools of normal color and odor, without aibnormal constituents. (6) Irritative diarrhea. Acute intestinal indigestion of the irritative type,...
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Maryland Medical Journal, Volume 48

Medicine - 1905 - 622 pages
...correspondence between anatomical and clinical pictures. 3. The following classification is suggested: (a) Acute nervous diarrhea, characterized by loose...characterized by the absence of persistent fever and by the presence of curds and undigested masses in the discharges, (c) Fermental diarrhea. Acute intestinal...
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The Southern California Practitioner, Volume 20

Medicine - 1905 - 654 pages
...3. The following clinical classification is suggested : (a) Acute Nervous Diarrhea, characterized hy loose stools of normal color and odor, without abnormal...indigestion of the irritative type, characterized hy the absence of persistent fever, and by the presence of curds and undigested masses in the discharges....
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Annals of Medical Practice, Volume 18

Children - 1905 - 730 pages
...and clinical picture. (3) The following clinical classification is suggested: — (a) Acute Xervous Diarrhea, characterized by loose stools of normal color and odor, without abnormal constituents. (6) Irritative Diarrhea. Acute intestinal indigestion of the irritative type, characterized by the...
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