The London Medical Gazette: 1827/1828, 1권

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Longman, 1828
 

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167 페이지 - Sceur de la Charite happens to travel with them, and even instances are recorded in which their presence has saved travellers from the attacks of robbers.' During the Revolution they were rarely molested. They were the only religious order permitted openly to wear their dress and pursue their vocation. Government gives a hundred francs...
313 페이지 - AMBERGRIS. The origin of this substance is involved in complete obscurity. All that we know of it is, that it is most commonly found in lumps floating on the ocean, sometimes adhering to rocks, sometimes in the stomachs of fish — but whence does it come ? by what process is it formed...
294 페이지 - ... appearance indicates : however this may be, the climate clearly has a wonderful effect upon the size of all animals, even upon man, who is almost universally tall here, although born of diminutive parents. From this I am led to believe that the climate governs chiefly, and that every breed of animals introduced here will attain a size not known in Europe.
165 페이지 - ... hospital on their knees, washing the floor. They were obviously a superior class of women, and the contrast was striking between these menial offices, and the respectability of their dress and appearance ; but the Beguinage of Ghent is one of their principal establishments, and spending a Sunday there, I went in the evening to vespers. It was twilight when I entered the chapel. It was dimly lighted by two or three tall tapers before the altar, and a few candles at the remotest end of the building...
269 페이지 - The middle of the piece, so prepared, is to be applied to the sound part of the limb, opposite to the inferior part of the ulcer, so that the lower edge of the plaster may be placed about an inch below the lower...
119 페이지 - If the patient be thin, and the bladder much distended, and very prominent in the abdomen, you may very safely puncture it above the pubes : but if the patient be corpulent, this operation will be difficult; and if the bladder be contracted, it will be impracticable.
189 페이지 - ... handle, like that of a common sound or staff. Being so mounted, it is more readily directed into the bladder than when mounted in the usual way, on a piece of thin flexible wire. When the gum catheter has entered the bladder, withdraw the stilet, and leave the catheter, with a wooden peg in its orifice, which the patient is to take out whenever he has occasion to void his urine, it being at the same time secured by a suitable bandage. After three or four days you may withdraw the catheter for...
294 페이지 - Company,' thus writes in a private journal with which we have been favoured : — ' Both the climate and soil appear by nature intended to produce fine wool, and fine animals too, even from the worst beginnings. The latter seems a paradox. The extensive range that can be afforded to every animal keeps it in good condition ; and, perhaps, the native grasses may have more of good in them, than their appearance indicates : however this may be, the climate clearly has a wonderful effect...
295 페이지 - Portuguese have, during a three hundred years' residence in India, become as black as Caffres. Surely this goes far to disprove the assertion, which is sometimes made, that climate alone is insufficient to account for the difference between the negro and the European.
74 페이지 - A section of the bone was made in a line drawn from the centre of the head of the femur to the bottom of the great trochanter, so as perfectly to expose the callus. The line of bone indicated by the callus was smooth and polished as ivory.

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