The Medical and Physical Journal, Volum 1

R. Phillips, 1799

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Pàgina 454 - As thou knowest not what is the way of the spirit, nor how the bones do grow in the womb of her that is with child: even so thou knowest not the works of God who maketh all.
Pàgina 3 - The system becomes affected — the pulse is quickened; and shiverings, succeeded by heat, with general lassitude and pains about the loins and limbs, with vomiting, come on. The head is painful, and the patient is now and then even affected with delirium. These symptoms, varying in their degrees of violence, generally continue from one day to three or four, leaving ulcerated sores about the hands...
Pàgina 3 - ... which quickly run on to suppuration, first assuming the appearance of the small vesications produced by a burn. Most commonly they appear about the joints of the fingers and at their extremities; but whatever parts are affected, if the situation will admit, these superficial suppurations put on a circular form, with their edges more elevated than their centre, and of a colour distantly approaching to blue.
Pàgina 227 - Denominations, are, from obs. and experience for thirty years, in Europe, Africa, and America, and on the intermediate seas, reduced under their characteristic Genus, Febrile Infection, and their Cure estab.
Pàgina 3 - ... and soon died away without advancing to maturation; so that I cannot determine whether they had any connection with the preceding symptoms. Thus the disease makes its progress from the horse to the nipple of the cow, and from the cow to the human subject.
Pàgina 33 - ... by the queen of Saba, and given among other presents to Solomon, who, as we know from Scripture, was very studious of all sorts of plants, and skilful in the description and distinction of them. And here, indeed, it seems to have been cultivated and to have thriven ; so that the place of its origin, through length of time, combined with other reasons, came to be forgotten. Notwithstanding the positive authority of Josephus, and the great probability that attends it, we cannot put it in competition...
Pàgina 314 - Ere I proceed let me be permitted to observe that truth, in this and every other physiological inquiry that has occupied my attention, has ever been the object of my pursuit, and should it appear in the present instance that I have been led into error, fond as I may appear of the offspring of my labours, I had rather see it perish at once than exist and do a public injury.
Pàgina 2 - Grease, and not paying due attention to cleanliness, incautiously bears his part in milking the Cows, with some particles of the infectious matter adhering to his fingers. When this is the case, it...
Pàgina 326 - For though it has occafmnaHy' happened that the matter taken from the arm of a patient, in whom the diforder neither produced fever nor eruption, has in others produced both; yet ftill it has much more commonly had the...
Pàgina 58 - ... infused for four hours in half a pint of boiling water, adding to the strained liquor an ounce of any spiritous water.

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