On Disorders of Digestion, Their Consequences and Treatment

Macmillan, 1886 - 389 páginas
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Collection of papers including the Lettsomian lectures for 1885.

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Página 62 - Every moving thing that liveth shall be meat for you ; even as the green herb have I given you all things. But flesh with the life thereof, which is the blood thereof, shall ye not eat.
Página 116 - The inner coat of the stomach (as seen through the fistulous orifice) in its natural and healthy state, is of a light or pale pink colour, varying in its hues, according to its full or empty state. It is of a soft or velvet-like appearance, and is constantly covered with a very thin, transparent, viscid mucus, lining the whole interior of the organ.
Página 62 - And the fear of you, and the dread of you, shall be upon every beast of the earth, and upon every fowl of the air...
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Página 6 - Paris. 1841, 2 forts vol. in-8, Avec 8 planches gravées. 16 fr. Ouvrage auquel l'Institut de France a accordé le grand prix de médecine. BOUILLAUD.
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Página 14 - J. LEFORT, pharmacien, avec la collaboration de M. JULES FRANÇOIS, ingénieur en chef des mines, pour les applications de la science de l'Ingénieur à l'hydrologie médicale. Paris, 1860, 2 forts volumes in-8 de chacun 750 pages. 20 fr. Ouvrage couronné par l'Académie de médecine. Ce n'est pas une compil-ition de tout ce qui a été publié sur la matière depuis cinquante...
Página 46 - London, and to retire into the country. He is alarmed for his eldest daughter's health. His expenses are hourly increasing, and nothing but a timely retreat can save him from ruin. All this is the lobster : and when over-excited nature has had time to manage this testaceous encumbrance, the daughter recovers, the finances are in good order, and every rural idea effectually excluded from the mind. In the same manner old friendships are destroyed by toasted cheese, and hard salted meat has led to suicide.
Página 198 - If the headache be immediately above the eyebrows, the acid is best ; but if it be a little higher up, just where the hair begins, the soda appears to be the most effectual. At the same time that the headache is removed, the feeling of sleepiness and weariness, which frequently leads the patients to complain that they rise up more tired than they lie down, generally disappears. A writer...
Página 117 - On applying the tongue to the mucous coat of the stomach, in its empty, unirritated state, no acid taste can be perceived. When food or other irritants have been applied to the villous membrane, and the gastric papillae excited, the acid taste is immediately perceptible.

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