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" physiological property, viz., that in nutrition “the formative process exactly assimilates the new material to the old.” “The new-formed blood and tissues take the likeness of the old ones in all their peculiarities, whether normal or abnormal.”*... "
The British Journal of Homoeopathy - Page 610
edited by - 1866
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London Medical Gazette: Or, Journal of Practical Medicine, Volume 40

1847
...exactness of assimilation in diseased as well as in healthy parts,—that is, of the precision with which the new-formed blood and tissues take the likeness...of the old ones in all their peculiarities, whether structural, chemical, or vital ; whether normal, or anormal. The exactness of this assimilation in...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 1

1848
...they are deposited ; for, unless the type be good, the antitype cannot be." The precision with which the new-formed blood and tissues take the likeness...of the old ones in all their peculiarities, whether structural, chemical, or vital, whether normal or abnormal, is one of those marvels with which the...
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Lectures on surgical pathology, Volume 1

Sir James Paget - Pathology, Surgical - 1853
...formative process exactly assimilates the new materials to the old, so does it in diseased parts : the new-formed blood and tissues take the likeness...all their peculiarities whether normal or abnormal; and hence the healthy state of tho part to be nourished may be said to be essential to the healthy...
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Lectures on surgical pathology

Sir James Paget - 1854 - 699 pages
...formative process exactly assimilates the new materials to the old, so does it in diseased parts : the new-formed blood and tissues take the likeness...all their peculiarities whether normal or abnormal ; and hence the healthy state of the part to be nourished may be said to be essential to the healthy...
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The Asylum Journal of Mental Science

Psychology - 1857
...the new materials to the old, so does it in diseased parts; the new formed blood and tissues takes the likeness of the old ones in all their peculiarities, whether normal or abnormal; and hence the healthy state of the part to be nourished may be said to be essential to the healthy...
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Lectures on surgical pathology

Sir James Paget - 1860 - 700 pages
...formative process exactly assimilates the new materials to the old, so does it in diseased parts : the new-formed blood and tissues take the likeness...all their peculiarities whether normal or abnormal ; and hence the healthy state of the part to be nourished may be said to be essential to the healthy...
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Lectures on Surgical Pathology: Delivered at the Royal College of Surgeons ...

Sir James Paget - Pathology, Surgical - 1865 - 737 pages
...formative process exactly assimilates the new materials to the old, so does it in diseased parts : the new-formed blood and tissues take the likeness...all their peculiarities, whether normal or abnormal ; and hence the healthy state of the part to be nourished may be said to be essential to the healthy...
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St. Louis Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 3

Medicine - 1866
...formative process exactly assimulates the new materials to the old, so does it in diseased parts : the new-formed blood and tissues take the likeness of the old ones in all their pecularities, whether normal or abnormal; and hence the healthy state of the part to be nourished may...
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Lectures on Surgical Pathology

Sir James Paget - Pathology, Surgical - 1871 - 850 pages
...formative process exactly assimilates the new materials to the old, so does it in diseased parts ; the new-formed blood and tissues take the likeness...all their peculiarities, whether normal or abnormal ; and hence the healthy state of the part to be nourished may be said to be essential to the healthy...
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A manual of psychological medicine, by J.C. Bucknill and D.H. Tuke

Sir John Charles Bucknill - 1879 - 815 pages
...process exactly assimilates the new materials to the old, so does it in diseased parts; the new formed blood and tissues take the likeness of the old ones...all their peculiarities, whether normal or abnormal; and hence the healthy state of the part to be nourished may be said to be essential to the healthy...
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