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The changes which occasionally take place in the sensorium, as during the
exertions of volition, or the sensations of ... more subtile than the electric aura, is
separated from the blood by that organ for the purposes of motion and sensation.
Ideas of imagination produce pain and sickness like sensations. 4. When the
organ of sense is destroyed, the ideas belonging to that ... Of the imagined
sensation in an amputated limb. 4. Aftrao ideas.-VII. What are ideas, if they are
not animal ...
The disagreeable sensation called the toothedge is originally excited by the
painful jarring of the teethin biting the edge of the glass, or porcelain cup, in
which our food was given usin our infancy, as is further explained in the Section
XVI, 10, ...
... lost its power of sensation, but retained its power of motion; other parts of the
body have lost their motions, but retained their sensation, as in the common
hemiplegia; and in other instances both these powers have perished together. 8.
After the amputation of a foot or a finger, it has frequently happened, that an injury
being offered to the slump of the amputated limb, whether from cold air, too great
pressure, or other accidents, the patient has complained of a sensation of pain ...
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Written by the grandfather of Charles Darwin, this book is a masterful treatise on the medical disorders and how to treat them. Primarily of interest to people who are interested in the period ... Read full review