Transactions of the Clinical Society of London, 12

Society for Spottiswoode, 1879

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˹ 162 - Sturge, WA: A Case of Partial Epilepsy, Apparently due to a Lesion of one of the Vasomotor Centres of the Brain.
˹ 160 - ... tint. In the worst cases, when the patient is at rest, the limbs are cold, and even pale. The flushing, which, at first, seems to be an active condition, accompanied with rise of temperature, in a few minutes becomes passive; that is, the arteries cease to throb, the heat lessens, and there is evidence of less oxidation.
˹ xxxv - BM LOND. Surgeon to the Great Northern Hospital ; Surgeon to the Royal South London Ophthalmic Hospital. I.
˹ xvi - SAMUEL D. GROSS, MD, LL.D., DCL OXON. Professor of Surgery in the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DISEASES, INJURIES, AND MALFORMATIONS OF THE URINARY BLADDER, THE PROSTATE GLAND, AND THE URETHRA. Third Edition, revised and edited by SW GROSS, AM, MD, Surgeon to the Philadelphia Hospital. Illustrated by 170 engravings, 8vo, 1 8s.
˹ xxx - Extraor. dinary to her Majesty the Queen, Surgeon to HRH the Prince of Wales, Consulting Surgeon to St. Bartholomew's Hospital.
˹ xxi - Physician-Accoucheur to, and Lecturer on Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children at, St. Bartholomew's Hospital ; 71, Brook street, Grosvenor square, W. Council, 1878-80.
˹ xxxv - DISEASES OF THE EYE: A Treatise by J. SOELBERG WELLS, FRCS, Ophthalmic Surgeon to King's College Hospital and Surgeon to the Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital. Third Edition, 8vo, with Coloured Plates and Engravings, 25s.
˹ xxvi - Assistant Surgeon to the Hospital for Diseases of the Skin, and Surgeon to the St. George's Dispensary, 25, Half-moon-street, Piccadilly, W.
˹ xx - On Chronic Bronchitis, especially as connected with Gout, Emphysema, and Diseases of the Heart. By E.
˹ 116 - ... performed after exploration of the left external inguinal ring which had been the seat of an old hernia, by enlarging the incision upwards and obliquely outwards. On introducing the hand into the abdomen it was ascertained that the swelling in the iliac region was composed of a knuckle of small intestines which was obviously invaginated in the anterior aspect of the first part of the rectum, and in addition there was felt what appeared to the touch to be bands of organized lymph, stretching across...