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" He stated that his reason for the use of the term "'was the production of acute pain on the slightest movement, whether lateral or forward, and the absence of any marked febrile disturbance or neuralgia. "
Pediatrics: Orthopedic surgery - Page 205
1907
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Transactions of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland: Vol. I-XXXVI and ...

Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland - 1913 - 600 pages
...Gibney described four cases under this title. He looked upon the lesion as a perispondylitis, " meaning an acute inflammation of the periosteum and the fibrous structures which hold the spinal column together." He stated that his reason for the use of the term " typhoid spine " " was...
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Transactions of the American Orthopedic Association

American Orthopaedic Association - Orthopedic surgery - 1889 - 330 pages
...occasions, when pressed for an anatomical diagnosis, I have used the term perispondylitis, meaning an acute inflammation of the periosteum and the fibrous structures which hold the spinal column together. My reason for the use of this term was the production of acute pain on the...
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Reports, Volume 4

Johns Hopkins Hospital - Medicine - 1895 - 604 pages
...enteric fever which he called "the typhoid spine," and which he regarded as a perispondylitis, " meaning an acute inflammation of the periosteum and the fibrous structures which hold the spinal column together." He stated that his reason for the use of the term "'was the production of...
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Twentieth century practice v. 16, 1899, Volume 16

1899 - 810 pages
...which he gave the name of "the typhoid spine" and which he regarded as a perispondylitis, " meaning an acute inflammation of the periosteum and the fibrous structures which hold the spinal column together." The disorder usually comes on late in convalescence, and sometimes not until...
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Sajous's Analytical Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine, Volume 6

Charles Eucharist de Medicis Sajous - Medicine - 1905 - 788 pages
...complication occurred have been recently reported by Gibney and Osler. Gibney ascribes the condition to an acute inflammation of the periosteum and the fibrous structures which hold the spinal column together. Osler is of the opinion that in many cases the condition is similar to that...
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Modern Medicine: Its Theory and Practice, in Original ..., Volume 2

Sir William Osler, Thomas McCrae - Medicine - 1907 - 978 pages
...nerve root involvement, all suggest a local process. Gibney regarded this as a perispondylitis "meaning an acute inflammation of the periosteum and the fibrous structures which hold the spinal column together." It can readily be seen that even extensive inflammatory conditions may not...
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The Medical complications, accidents and sequels of typhoid fever and other ...

Hobart Amory Hare - Typhoid fever - 1909 - 420 pages
...Gibney suggested in 1889, it may be an acute inflammation of the periosteum and the fibrous structure which hold the spine together. Arthritis of the vertebral...joints is a possibility, but arthritis of any joint is very rare in typhoid fever." Leonard W. Ely,2 in presenting an elaborate report of a case studied by...
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The Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, Volume 4

Johns Hopkins Hospital - Clinical medicine - 1895 - 608 pages
...enteric fever which he called "the typhoid spine," and which he regarded as a perispondylitis, " meaning an acute inflammation of the periosteum and the fibrous structures which hold the spinal column together." He stated that his reason for the use of the term " was the production of...
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Glasgow Medical Journal

Medicine - 1894 - 498 pages
...of New York, who first described it in 1889. He regarded it as a perispondvlitis, meaning thereby " an acute inflammation of the periosteum and the fibrous structures which hold the spinal column together. " The leading symptom was ' ' the production of acute pain on the slightest...
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The Hahnemannian Monthly, Volume 29

1894 - 864 pages
...of New York, who first described it in 1889. He regarded it as a perispondylilis, meaning thereby, "an acute inflammation of the periosteum and the fibrous structures which hold the spinal column together." The leading symptom was " the production of acute pain on the slightest movement,...
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