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الصفحة 360 - Surgeon-General, in 1862, was to issue a circular stating that "as it is proposed to establish in Washington an Army Medical Museum, medical officers are directed diligently to collect and to forward to the office of the Surgeon-General, all specimens of morbid anatomy, surgical or medical, which may be regarded as valuable ; together with projectiles and foreign bodies removed, and such other matters as may prove of interest in the study of military medicine or surgery...
الصفحة 282 - It was noted in connection with electrical irritation of the lower extremity of the temporosphenoidal convolutions in the monkey, and of the same region in the brain of the cat, that movements of the lips, tongue, cheek-pouches, and jaws, were occasionally induced — phenomena, which might be regarded as indications of the excitation of gustatory sensation. This interpretation receives support from the above described results of destructive lesions, and we have, therefore, reasonable grounds for...
الصفحة 247 - ... hand was first flexed ; secondly, a few spasmodic movements of flexion would occur in this finger ; thirdly, the other fingers and thumb of this hand would begin to twitch convulsively, — the second phalanges would be flexed, the last extended ; fourthly, the clonic convulsive movement would extend the right hand, forearm, and arm, and simultaneously the muscles of the lower part of the right side of the face would become affected with spasm, a tremor also appearing in the tongue during this...
الصفحة 45 - Senn states, true intestinal obstruction, whatever its cause may be, is as strictly a surgical affection as strangulated hernia, and remediable only by the same kind of surgical treatment. To let a patient die of the consequences of a removable cause of obstruction, without an operation, is a reflection upon the advance of modern aggressive surgery.
الصفحة 147 - Their seat, structure, and relation are such as frequently admit their origin from obliterated or patent omphalo-mesenteric vessels, either alone or in connection with Meckel's diverticulum and oppose their origin from peritonitis. 3. Recorded cases of intestinal strangulation from Meckel's diverticulum, in most instances, at least, belong in the above series. 4. In the region where these congenital causes are most frequently met with an occasional cause of intestinal strangulation, viz., the vermiform...
الصفحة 44 - ... suffering from almost any vesical trouble are encouraged to have the bladder opened for diagnostic purposes and treatment at a time when the general health remains unimpaired; a practice which, a few years ago, would not have been resorted to by the most aggressive surgeon. Catarrh of the bladder, irrespective of its cause, is always followed by a series of consecutive pathological changes which, independently of the partial or complete interruption of the passage of the urine tend to destroy...
الصفحة 362 - Cunningham, of Dublin ; and by our own anatomist, Dr. Wortman. These, however, are only samples to show how the work should be done. We require several hundred such specimens to illustrate properly regional anatomy in relation to age and sex, while the possible applications of the same methods to the illustration of visceral displacements, hernias and deformities of all kinds are boundless. As regards physiology, but little can be done by museum specimens to illustrate function as distinguished from...
الصفحة 191 - Owing to its depressed state, the inhibition centre does not exert its normal influence upon the system, and consequently tissue change goes on at a rate which results in the production of more heat than normal, and an abnormal destruction and elimination of the materials of the tissue. At the same time the vaso-motor and other heat...
الصفحة 111 - Wiss, 27, 1888) has recently recorded an instance in a boy, aged 4, who died with symptoms of acute obstruction an hour and a half after medical aid was first summoned. Post-mortem examination showed that the intestine was completely obstructed by a twisted mass of some forty or fifty round worms, lodged just above the ileo-caecal valve. The ileum contained some thirty-five more higher up, and there were a few in the stomach and oesophagus. The boy's mother gave him some "worm-medicine" two days...