The Archives of Diagnosis; A Journal Published Four Times a Year and Devoted to the Study and the Progress of Diagnosis and Prognosis ... Volume 9

The Archives of Diagnosis; A Journal Published Four Times a Year and Devoted to the Study and the Progress of Diagnosis and Prognosis ... 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. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...weight of the bedclothes unendurable. In addition to these three groups of symptoms, there are frequently indications of disturbances of special centers, such as those which control sweating, local and general temperature, and circulation. Marked sweating, even with high temperature, is a frequent early symptom and I have seen later as much as a degree and a half sub-normal rectal temperature in a mild case. The lower temperature of the paralyzed limb is a well recognized condition, but this change in temperature is occasionally observed early in the disease. Disturbance of the circulation may be indicated by a tache, by irregular lividity or mottling, or by marked localized flushing. If the symptoms briefly noted in this paper are sought in all sus pected cases, a much larger percentage of those infected with thfi poliomyelitis organism will be recognized early enough in the disease to receive helpful treatment, and if some mistakes in diagnosis are made, they may be corrected by spinal puncture. ECHINOCOCCUS CYST OF THE LEFT LOBE OF THE LIVER DISCHARGING INTO THE LEFT HEPATIC DUCT BY RUSSELL S. FOWLER Chief Surgeon, First Division, German Hospital of Brooklyn; Surgeon, Methodist Episcopal (Seney) Hospital; Consulting Surgeon, Caledonian Hospital and Hebrew Orphan Asylum Brooklyn-New York Cases of echinococcus cyst involving the biliary passages upon which operation has been done are very rare. Cases have been reported by Duval, Langenbuch, Sasse, Le Jeuntel (Alencon), Borchard (Paen), Page, Rossi, von Huber, v. Mosetig-Moorhof, Korte and Kehr. Rupture of such cysts into the biliary passages is very uncommon. Rupture causes sudden blockage of the common duct and is the occasion of very severe biliary colic. There is profound collapse and...show more

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  • Paperback | 158 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 295g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236758048
  • 9781236758040