American Medico-Surgical Bulletin Volume 9

American Medico-Surgical Bulletin Volume 9

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ...experience, none of the cardiac stimulants was so generrally useful as digitalis. It was mainly useful in the affections of the mitral valve, especially where the heart action was rapid and weak. In diseases of the aortic valves, and especially in aortic insufficiency, it did not seem to him to be so valuable, except when aortic regurgitation was complicated by mitral regurgitation, as in the later stages it nearly always was. In the earlier stages of aortic regurgitation he considered it dangerous to slow the action of the heart too much, for by doing so the diastole would be lengthened and the danger of syncope thereby increased. NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE SECTION ON PEDIATRICS March 12, 1896 WALTER LESTER CARR, M.D., Chairman Retro-pharyngeal Abscess of Infancy and Childhood.--Dr. Henry Koplik: This paper is founded upon an experience with 76 cases. Retropharyngeal abscess takes upon itself various phases, so that one needs an extensive experience to speak clearly and positively on this subject. In children and infants the retro-pharyngeai space is not as long as in the adult, giving rise to symptoms of pressure on the larynx sooner than in adults under similar conditions. The retro-pharyngeal space is the seat of several lymph-nodes. If all of these lymph-nodes are affected, there will be swelling in the mouth, and sometimes also beneath the angle of the jaw in front of the sterno-mastoid muscle, or behind its posterior border. Retro-pharyngeal abscesses may be divided into: (1) Acute retro-pharyngeal abscess, which points wholly internally; (2) abscess pointing only externally; (3) abscess forming chiefly as an external tumor; (4) chronic tubercular retro-pharyngeal abscess; and (5) the burrowing septic abscess, such as is seen in...show more

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  • Paperback | 1062 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 53mm | 1,851g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236974670
  • 9781236974679