The American Medical Intelligencer, Volume 1

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A. Waldie, 1842 - Medicine
 

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Page 252 - And keep the word of promise to the ear, But break it to the heart.
Page 99 - Stevens states, that the blood is in a much more fluid state after death, than is usually the case in other diseases. His words are, " the colour of the whole mass of blood, both in the arteries and veins, was changed from its natural scarlet or modena red, to a dark colour. I have frequently filled one glass with the black fluid taken from the heart, and another with the black vomit taken from the stomach. They were both so unlike the blood of health, and resembled each other so completely, that...
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Page 43 - Superintendent, who shall be a skillful physician and surgeon, subject to removal or re-election no oftener than in periods of ten years, except by infidelity to the trust reposed in him, or for incompetency.
Page 112 - ... had not been able to form from them the idea of a square and a disc, until he perceived a sensation of what he saw in the points of his fingers, as if he really touched the objects.
Page 100 - ... turned thick, of a dark muddy colour, the surface in many places of a greenish hue, without any regular separation of its parts. In the third degree of the disease it came out as black as ink ; and though kept stirring in the vessel many hours, its fibrous parts had only the appearance of wool or hair floating in a muddy substance.
Page 14 - The [partly] venous blood is at first transmitted freely through the lungs, and reaches the left side of the heart, by which it is driven through all the textures of the body. As the blood becomes more venous, its circulation through the vessels of the brain deranges the sensorial functions, and rapidly suspends them, so that the individual becomes unconscious of all external impressions. The functions of the medulla oblongata...
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Page 181 - ... of which four have been fatal. I am not aware that there has been any other case in the town of distinct puerperal peritonitis, although I am willing to admit my information may be very defective on this point. I have been told of some ' mixed cases,' and ' morbid affections after delivery.

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