International Record of Medicine and General Practice Clinics Volume 113

International Record of Medicine and General Practice Clinics Volume 113

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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. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ...the eyes. The headache, as we have already mentioned, is constant and tense in character, with occasional outshoots toward the deeper structure of the eyes. There is tenderness in the eye itself, with pain on rotation, fever, and, if both sides are involved, total anosmia. Forgetfulness or lack of memory is perhaps more marked in sphenoid infection than in empyema of the other sinuses. This is due to the toxemia, and occurs in all sinus infections. There is also a peculiar feeling due to the swelling of the mucous membrane resulting in occlusion of the Eustachian canals. There is tenderness of the eyeball, which, if pressed upon, seems to the patient to be back of the eye. 'Fever, sleeplessness, and a decided malaise are generally present. In giving you these few but important symptoms I have used the term infection or empyema. wish to state that all of the symptoms we have enumerated, except the discharge, may be present in a nonaeration of the sinus, and we must not be too quick in eliminating a sinus involvement because we fail to find a discharge from the nose. 1928 CHESTNUT STREET. A Broncholith and Pneumoconiotic Material Removed from a Bronchiectatic Cavity by Peroral Bronchoscopy By CHEVALIER JACKSON, M.D., Philadelphia; Professor of Laryngology, Jefferson Medical College; Professor of Broncho_S oy and Esophagoscopy, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Medicine, and WILLIAM H. SPENCER, M. D., Philadelphia, Instructor in Bronclioscopy and Esophagoscopy, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Medicine. Lung stones have been reported occasionally in medical literature, in some instances being found postmortem, in other instances being spat up by the patient, followed in some cases by improvement in more

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  • Paperback | 892 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 45mm | 1,560g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236830164
  • 9781236830166