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Physiological Materia Medica: Containing All That Is Known of the ...
William H. Burt
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abdomen acid acrid acute affected aggravated albuminuria arterial bile blood bowels brain breath burning catarrh causes centers of action cerebro-spinal chest chill chronic cold colic congestion constipation convulsions copious cord cough cured debility diarrhoea Digestive dilatation discharge diseases drug dyspnoea epigastrium eruption especially excessive excitement eyes feeling fetid fever flatulence frequent glands grains head headache heart heat hemorrhages Hyperesthesia increased inflammation intestinal irritation itching kidneys large doses limbs liver lungs lymphatic menorrhagia menses Mercury mouth mucous membrane mucus muscles muscular nausea nerves nervous system neuralgia night pains paralysis paralyzed patient perspiration poison produces profuse prostration pulse remedy respiratory rheumatic salivation secretion sensation serous serous membranes Sexual Organs skin sore spasmodic spasms special centers spinal stitches stomach stools Strychnia suppuration sweat swelling swollen symptoms syphilis tenesmus Therapeutic Individuality thirst throat Tincture tion tissue tongue Trituration ulcers Urinary urine uterine uterus vaso-motor Veratrum viride vertigo violent vomiting worse
Page 794 - axillary glands are inflamed and swollen. These rheumatoid pains affect every part of the body, especially the limbs and joints, and are all aggravated by rest, and relieved by motion. Lower Extremities.—"Lameness and stiffness, and pain on first moving after rest, or on getting up in the morning, relieved by continued motion.
Page 611 - Very slimy stools, especially if mixed with blood, accompanied by pain and straining. The salient indication for employing the Bichloride is the slimy character of the motions. Sometimes the slime is very tenacious, and, being colored with blood, is described by the mother as 'lumps of flesh.' One grain in ten ounces of water, teaspoonful
Page 600 - oneseventh of its albumen, one-third or more of its globules; and at the same time loads it with a fatty, fetid matter, the product of decomposition." "The action of Mercury on the blood, by which it tends to reduce the proportion of solid materials in this
Page 751 - Dr. Austie does not usually describe the character of the stools ; but in one experiment he states that they consisted in glairy mucus, and in two other experiments the stools were highly colored with what looked like bile. In many of the experiments, the stools contained blood. The animals suffered great pain and soon became exhausted. "At
Page 424 - when the diplopia is strongly marked, the loss of power over the muscles is not very great, and there is no obvious squinting. Then, as the patient becomes still more affected, ptosis supervenes, and a great part of the whole of the upper half of the field of vision is cut off. The loss of
Page 423 - again separated, left the highest ; now over one another.' "With other patients, the two images seem on a level. The transient usually precedes the more constant form, recurring from time to time, while the constant form persisted. "The phenomena of the constant form of diplopia follow a definite order, and take place in the
Page 549 - resort to the Chloride of Ammonium in preference to this salt. "When the stomach is singled out by the Iodide, it induces nausea, and a sensation of sinking at the epigastrium, with loss of appetite, and sometimes watery diarrhoea. A grain or even less may affect the stomach.
Page 231 - though the vegetable feeders take so little of it with their food; hence it must be carefully retained in the inter-cellular fluid for some important purpose. an excess of Carbonate of Lime, as the shells of animals ; an observation showing that the Phosphate of Lime is necessary to
Page 340 - Child writhes in every possible direction; doubles itself up and screams in great distress; it cries very hard."—G. "Feeling in the whole abdomen as if the intestines were being squeezed between stones."—G. Agonizing colic brought on by cold, wet feet. Much distress and distention of the abdomen, with
Page 536 - and nocturnal seminal emissions may be checked by this remedy. The condition of plethora is the indication for the Bromide. When the sexual organs are much relaxed, the erections feeble, and the seminal fluid watery, especially if there be such a constant stillicidium of semen as to constitute the so-called diurnal losses, this drug does