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도서 ... (c) It is well known that patients with unusual adipose or muscular development...에 대해 검색한 11개 도서 중 1 - 10
" ... (c) It is well known that patients with unusual adipose or muscular development are likely to present a more intense pyrexia in fevers than are those whose adipose and muscular development is smaller. Finally. An essential fever is an excessive production... "
The Medical News - 285 페이지
1887
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The Medical Progress, 5권

1890
...is represented by an excess of carbonic acid and urea excreted, He defines an essential fever "asan excessive production of heat in the body, induced...considerable diminution in the production of water." The bacteriological theory of the etiology of fever and the need of a high temperature to rid the system...
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Transactions ... September 5th, 1887, 1권

John Brown Hamilton - 1887
...than are those whose adipose and muscular development is smaller. Finally. An essential fever is an excessive production of heat in the body, induced...either a suppression or a considerable diminution in Ute production of water. Suppression or great diminution of cutaneous transpiration in the essential...
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Physician and Surgeon, 9권

1887
...than are those whose adipose and muscular development is smaller. Finally. An essential fever is an excessive production of heat in the body, induced...excessive oxidation, with destruction of the tissues of ike body, and either a suppression or a considerable diminution in the production of water. Suppression...
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Transactions of the International medical congress. Ninth session, 1권

John Brown Hamilton - 1887
...oxidatüm, wilh destruction ofthe tissues ofthe body, and eüher a suppxession or a considerable diminutim in the production of water. Suppression or great diminution...of cutaneous transpiration in the essential fevers, wliih • it contributes, in a measure, to the rise in temperature, ia not itself a cause of fever....
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Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences and Analytical Index: A Yearly ...

1888
...muscular development is smaller. Finally. An essential fever is an excessive production of heat iit. the body, induced by a special morbific agent or agents,...rise in temperature, is not itself a cause of fever. HC Wood4 summed up our present knowledge of fever and its antipyretic treatment in the following propositions:...
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Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences, 1권

1888
...muscular development is smaller. Finally. An essential fever is an excessive production of heat */*. the body, induced by a special morbific agent or agents,...oxidation, with destruction of the tissues of the body, ttttd either a suppression or a considerable diminution in the prot7 action of water. Suppression or...
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Medical Communications, 14권

Massachusetts Medical Society - 1889
...consumption of fat with parenchymatous degenerations ; and finally he defines an essential fever "as an excessive production of heat in the body induced by...considerable diminution in the production of water." Professor HC Wood summarizes our knowledge of fever in three propositions : 1 . Fever is a disturbance...
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Virginia Medical Monthly, 17권

1891
...represented by an excess of carbonic acid and urea excreted. He defines an essential fever " as an excessive production of heat in the body, induced...considerable diminution in the production of water." The bacteriological theory of the etiology of fever and the need of a high temperature to rid the system...
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Fevers

1895 - 603 페이지
...than are those whose adipose and muscular development is smaller. Finally. An essential fever is an excessive production of heat in the body, induced...rise in temperature, is not itself a cause of fever. HC Wood4 summed up our present knowledge of fever and its antipyretic treatment in the following propositions:...
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Collected Essays and Articles on Physiology and Medicine [1855-1902], 2권

Austin Flint - 1903
...than are those whose adipose and muscular development is smaller. Finally: An essential fever is an excessive production of heat in the body, induced...agent or agents, and due to excessive oxidation, with more or less destruction of the tissues of the body, and usually either a suppression or a considerable...
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