International Clinics: A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures

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J.B. Lippincott., 1902 - Clinical medicine

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Page i - International Clinics. A Quarterly of Illustrated Clinical Lectures and Especially Prepared Articles on Medicine, Neurology, Surgery, Therapeutics, Obstetrics, Pediatrics, Pathology, Dermatology, Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat, and other Topics of Interest to Students and Practitioners, by leading Members of the Medical Profession throughout the World.
Page 122 - ... there are one or two points to which I should like to direct attention.
Page iii - Physician to University College Hospital, and Consulting Physician to the Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest.
Page 196 - BY G. FRANK LYDSTON, MD PROFESSOR OF GENITO-URINARY SURGERY AND SYPHILOLOGY, IN THE CHICAGO COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS; ATTENDING SURGEON COOK COUNTY HOSPITAL, ETC. It may have seemed to the members of this society on reading the title o"f the present paper, that the author had selected a theme that had been worn threadbare.
Page i - Pathology, Dermatology, Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat and other topics of Interest to Students and Practitioners by leading Members of the Medical Profession throughout the World. Edited by Henry W. Cattell, AM, MD, Philadelphia, USA, with the Collaboration of John B.
Page 72 - Mutton or chicken broth with barley or rice in it ; some bread and butter, and some sago or rice pudding made with milk. (3) A small portion of minced white meat of chicken...
Page 118 - While the larvae are thus developing the flies are constantly laying fresh eggs in the wounds, so that the young worms take the places of the matured ones, and thus keep up a constant and progressive loss of tissue.
Page 253 - In young children the length of the sigmoidal mesentery from its attachment to the parietes to its invagination of the lower loop of the sigmoid is often greater than the distance from the promontory of the sacrum to the distal bone of the coccyx. From the sigmoido-rectal juncture to the beginning of the middle third of the rectum the mesentery rapidly shortens, but the peritoneal coat completely invests the upper third of the rectum.
Page 103 - Anteriorly the murmur is most intense in the second intercostal space, two and a half centimetres to the left of the sternum, where it may be heard with the ear five centimetres from the chest. '' Associated with this murmur there is an area of dulness, over which may be felt a thrill, extending from two and a half centimetres below the clavicle to the lower border of the third rib, and from the right edge of the sternum to a point just in front of the anterior border of the left axilla. With the...
Page 118 - The exact length of time this requires seems to vary with circumstances. My present opinion is that, if the eggs are laid in a moist place and on a warm day, it requires less than one hour ; whereas, if laid in a dry place they seem to dry up and lose their vitality. The young larvae when first hatched are small and easily overlooked.

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