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PÓgina 364 - Treatise on the Medicinal Leech, including its Medical and Natural History ; with a description of its Anatomical Structure : also remarks upon the diseases, preservation, and management of Leeches.
PÓgina 384 - English readrr, consist chiefly of Memoirs, dispersed through the Transactions of the various Societies to which he belonged, and relating both to those parts of chemistry that are purely scientific, and to those which have a connection with the useful arts. On a subject intimately connected with the success of the cotton manufacture, (the employment of Mordaunts or Bases in dyeing,) " Mr Henry was the first," to use the words applied to him by a subsequent author, " who thought and wrote philosophically.
PÓgina 498 - The recovery from an accident of this nature having happened to an animal of an inferior order to that of man, can in no respect materially vary the physiological import of the fact; therefore this authentic...
PÓgina 494 - An Analysis of the Mineral Water of Tunbridge Wells, with some Account of its Medicinal Properties. By Charles Scudamore, MD 8vo.
PÓgina 236 - The method I have adopted consists in tying the vessels with fine silk ligatures, and cutting off the ends, as close to the knot as is consistent with its security. Thus the foreign matter is reduced to the insignificant quantity which forms the noose actually surrounding the vessel, and the knot by which that noose is fastened. Of the silk, which I commonly employ, a portion sufficient to tie a large artery, when the ends are...
PÓgina 469 - We often act upon the ill-founded idea that such complaints are altogether dependent upon the power of the will; a notion which, in paradoxical extravagance, scarcely yields to the doctrine of a modern, though already obsolete writer, on the Philosophy of Morals, who asserted, that no one need die, if with a sufficient energy he determined to live.
PÓgina 367 - With an Appendix, on Strictures of the Urethra, and on Morbid Retention of Urine.
PÓgina 103 - This convulsive affection occurs by paroxysms, with longer or shorter intervals between them, and of longer or shorter duration in different cases, and in the same case at different times. "It consists in a peculiar mode in inspiration, which it is difficult accurately to describe.