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Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal: Exhibiting a Concise View of ..., Том 25
Повний перегляд - 1826
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Сторінка 299 - A Dictionary of Practical Medicine: Comprising General Pathology, the Nature and Treatment of Diseases, Morbid Structures, and the Disorders especially...
Сторінка 266 - ... uterus possesses a great system of nerves, which enlarges with the coats, bloodvessels, and absorbents, during pregnancy, and which returns after parturition to its original condition before conception takes place. It is chiefly by the influence of these nerves that the uterus performs the varied functions of menstruation, conception, and parturition, and it is solely by their means that the whole fabric of the nervous system sympathises with the different morbid affections of the uterus. If...
Сторінка 318 - Lent, each had a razer of wheat, to make furmenty (simulam), and two razers of beans to boil. Sometimes greens or onions ; and every day, except Sunday, the seventh part of a razer of bean meal ; but on Sunday a measure and a half of pulse to make gruel. Red herrings were prohibited from Pentecost to Michaelmas ; and, at the latter, each received two razers of apples.
Сторінка 266 - These dissections prove that the human uterus possesses a great system of nerves, which enlarges with the coats, blood-vessels, and absorbents, during pregnancy, and which returns after parturition to its original condition before conception takes place. It is chiefly by the influence of these nerves that the uterus performs the varied functions of menstruation, conception, and parturition, and it is solely by their means that the whole fabric of the nervous system sympathises with the different...
Сторінка 300 - Pope issued bulls with regard to the ecclesiastical separation and rights of the infected ;f — a particular order of Knighthood was instituted to watch over the sick ; — and leper hospitals or lazar-houses were everywhere instituted to receive the victims of the disease.
Сторінка 318 - ... five marks, and a gallon of ale to each ; and betwixt every two, one mess or commons of flesh three days in the week, and of fish, cheese, or butter, on the remaining four ; on high festival, a double mess ; and, in particular, on the feast of St.
Сторінка 275 - The face and neck of this young woman," writes Bateman, " were thickly studded with round, prominent tubercles, of various sizes, from that of a large pin's head to that of a small bean, which were hard, smooth, and shining on their surface, with a slight degree of transparency, and nearly of the colour of the skin. The tubercles were all sessile, upon a contracted base, without any peduncle. From the larger ones a small quantity of milk-like fluid issued, on pressure, from a minute aperture, such...
Сторінка 90 - ... may also be thrown into consonant vibrations with the sounds formed at the larynx. Hence it is the air in the chest, and not the parenchyma of the lungs, which consonates with the voice at the larynx, as the latter seems ill adapted for consonating, being neither stiff nor sufficiently tense. Those substances, such as air, tense strings, membranes, slips of wood, and thin plates, in which a musical sound is most readily produced, are most easily thrown into consonant vibrations.
Сторінка 91 - If the air in a confined space be thrown into either original or imparted vibrations, which give rise to sound, the surrounding walls not unfrequently partake of the same vibrations, and they do this the more readily the less stiff and hard they are. The organ pipe vibrates, when the air contained in it sounds. The same is true of the speaking-trumpet. The larynx vibrates with every sound produced in it, and its vibrations are perceptible through several inches of animal substance. The walls of the...