Year-book of medicine, surgery and their allied sciences. 1860

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Page 61 - Is devoid of sugar. 4. The livers of healthy dogs contain sugar) whether the diet be animal or vegetable. 5. Under favorable circumstances, and with proper precautions, saccharine matter may he found in the liver of an animal (a dog) after three entire days...
Page 24 - During sleep the brain is in a comparatively bloodless condition, and the blood in the encephalic vessels is not only diminished in quantity, but moves with diminished rapidity.
Page 38 - The first dose is always followed by slight symptoms of poisoning, such as burning pain in the stomach and sickness, but not very severe. Once begun it can only be left off by very gradually diminishing the daily dose, as a sudden cessation causes sickness, burning pains in the stomach, and other symptoms of poisoning, very speedily followed by death.
Page 51 - Hutchiuson, as will be seen by the following summary showing the average " vital capacity" of men of different heights : Balfour says that the identity of these results is very remarkable, and may fairly be accepted as evidence of their accuracy. He next examines the question whether a low vital capacity may be taken as an indication either of a tendency to pulmonary disease, or of a feeble constitution, rendering the individuals liable to a high rate of mortality. To test this, the men...
Page 398 - ... (a) the tainting of the atmosphere with the products of organic decomposition, especially of human excrement — or, (A) the habitual drinking of impure water.
Page 299 - MD A NEW AND RATIONAL EXPLANATION OF THE DISEASES PECULIAR TO INFANTS AND MOTHERS; with obvious Suggestions for their Prevention and Cure. Post 8vo. cloth, 4s.
Page 4 - ... effect upon the position of the bright lines in the spectrum which are characteristic of each metal.
Page 299 - Infant Feeding and its Influence on Life ; or, the Causes and Prevention of Infant Mortality. By CHF ROUTH, MD, Senior Physician to the Samaritan Hospital. Third Edition. Fcap. 8vo, 7s. 6d. A Practical Manual of the Diseases of Children.
Page 253 - MR. WADE, FRCS STRICTURE OF THE URETHRA, ITS COMPLICATIONS AND EFFECTS; a Practical Treatise on the Nature and Treatment of those Affections.

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