A Terminology of Disease; To Facilitate the Classification of Histories in Hospitals Adopted by the Managers of the Vanderbilt Clinic of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, New York

A Terminology of Disease; To Facilitate the Classification of Histories in Hospitals Adopted by the Managers of the Vanderbilt Clinic of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, New York

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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. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...Maiformations see page 61. LUNGS ABSCESS OF LUNG ATELECTASlS EMBOLlSM OF PULMONARY ARTERY is grouped under Arteries, page 15. EMPHYSEMA PULMONARY EMPHYSEMA PULMONARY lNTERLOBULARY EMPHYSEMA SENlLE EMPHYSEMA OF THE LUNGS GANO-RENE OF LUNG HEMOPTYSlS HERNlA OF LUNG lNFARCT OF LUNG OEDEMA OF LUNG PNEUMONIA BRONCHOPNEUMONlA INTERSTlTlAL PNEUMONlA LOBAR PNEUMONlA PNEUMONOCONlOSlS When the cause of this symptom or affection is known, such cause should be given as the primary diagnosis, the local affection being also specified. TTuberculous Ulcers are grouped under Tuberculosis, page 89. Syphilitic Ulcers are grouped under Syphilis, page 86. Ulcerating Neoplasms are grouped under Neoplasms, page 92, PLEURlTlC ADHESlONS CHYLOTHORAX EMPYEMA--use the term SUPPURATlVE PLEURlSY FISTULA THORACOABDOMlNAL FlSTULA THORACOGASTRlC FlSTULA THORACOlNTESTlNAL FlSTULA HEMOTHORAX HYDROTHORAX PLEURISY ACUTE FlBRlNOUS PLEURlSY CHRONlC FlBRlNOIJS PLEURlSY SEROFlBRlNOUS PLEURlSY SUPPURATlVE PLEURlSY (Use this term instead of Empyema.) NoTE.--For Injuries, see page 74, for Specific Infections: GONOCOCCUS, TUBERCULOSlS, SYPHlLlS, Pneumococcus. Streptococcus, Staphylococcus, Anthrax, Glanders, Actinomycosis, etc., see under Diseases due to Microorganisms, page 83, for Diseases due to Animal Parasites (Metazoa) see page 59, for Deformities see page 71. for Neoplasms See page 92, for Congenital Malformations see page 61. NASAL CAVlTY ABSCESS OF NASAL SEPTUM ADENOlDS are grouped under Pharynx, Tonsiis and Nasopharynx, page 10. ANOSMlA DEVlATlON OF NASAL SEPTUM EPlSTAXlS HAY FEVER OZENA PERFORATlON OF NASAL SEPTUM When the cause of this symptom or affection is known, such cause should be given as the primary diagnosis, the local affection being aiso specified. EMPYEMA...show more

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