On the Bile, Jaundice and Bilious Diseases (Classic Reprint)

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In the last chapter I have specially considered the meaning of bilious diseases and I have proposed that the word bilious should no longer be used as an adjective to diseases. I am led to this proposal by the great confusion which exists as to the definition of the word; nearly every country, and Imight say, nearly every author, having a different sense for it. In this work, bilious, when used with the word headache, attack, or the like, always connotes a gastric catarrh.

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