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Page 66 - ... at the junction of the middle with the lower third of the thigh.
Page 186 - It is a curious sight to see the number of patients of both sexes and of all ranks and ages, who flock to the slaughter-house every morning to drink of the still fuming blood of the oxen slaughtered for the table. I was struck with the facility with which young ladies take to it, and I have heard many say that they prefer it to cod-liver oil.
Page 17 - The hyperplasy of the interstitial connective tissue generally only appears in the second stage of the disease ; it seems to be preceded by an inflammatory state of the muscles, which may also produce some slight increase of their size. At this time the cross-streaking of the muscular fibre is already of extreme tenuity.
Page 46 - MR. P. HINCKES BIRD, FRCS PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN AND INFANTS AT THE BREAST. Translated from the French of M. BOUCHUT, with Notes and Additions. 8vo. cloth. 20s. MR.
Page 99 - ... each puncture containing a vessel much smaller than itself. More rarely considerable cavities are to be seen.
Page 99 - ... escape of the contents of the vessel into the surrounding tissues with consequent degeneration.
Page xviii - Gazette' for November, 1847, by Mr. Partridge, who states that "the deltoid and sterno mastoid muscles had undergone fatty degeneration. The calves (which were larger than natural, and had, during the progress of the paralysis, become permanently contracted,) presented a greater degree of fatty degeneration in their muscular structure than the upper extremities, the soleus and gastrocnemius being more affected also than the flexor longus pollicis ; neither the nerves nor tendons had undergone change.