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... that to think is to theorize; and that no one can direÚt a method of cure to a
person labouring under disease without thinking, that is, without theorizing; and
happy therefore is the patient, whose physician possesses the best theory. The
Erasmus Darwin. their many imperfections, I hope may give some pleasure to the
patient reader, and contribute something to the knowledge and to the cure of -
diseases. SECT. S E. C. T. II. 1. EX PLAN ATIONS AND. 4. OF MOTION. SEcor. [.
Hence light is as intolerable in this kind of ophthalmia, as pressure is to the finger
in the paronychia. In this disease the patients frequently dream of having their
eyes painfully dazzled; hence the idea of strong light is painful as well as the rea-
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 ...
... and yawning; in other periods of fever an universal restlefiness arises from the
same cause, the the patient changing the attitude of his body every minute. 45
IRRITATIVE Seet. VII. r. 2.
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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