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" some object, as it were, with my eyes, and rest them securely upon it. It was clear to me that the adjusting muscular apparatus of the eye was enfeebled, and its contractions so sluggishly performed that they could no longer keep pace with the more "
The British Journal of Homoeopathy - Page 22
edited by - 1843
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the british journal of homceopathy

j.j. drysdale and richard hughe - 1868
...in order to recover my vision and dismiss the sense of giddiness, it was necessary to lay hold upon some object, as it were, with my eyes, and rest them...clear to me that the adjusting muscular apparatus of tbj eye was enfeebled, and its contractions so sluggishly performed that they could no longer keep...
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The Old Vegetable Neurotics, Hemlock, Opium, Belladonna and Henbane, Their ...

1869
...in order to recover my vision and dismiss the sense of giddiness, it was necessary to lay hold upon some object, as it were, with my eyes, and rest them...that they could no longer keep pace with the more active movements of the external mu-eles .•!' the e\el<;:ll. Within Ten miimt.-s of the appearance...
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The Old Vegetable Neurotics: Hemlock, Opium, Belladonna and Henbane; Their ...

John Harley - Belladonna - 1869 - 355 pages
...in order to recover my vision and dismiss the sense of giddiness, it was necessary to lay hold upon some object, as it were, with my eyes, and rest them...that they could no longer keep pace with the more active movements of the external muscles of the eyeball. Within ten minutes of the appearance of this...
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The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica: A Record of the Positive ..., Volume 3

Timothy Field Allen - Homeopathy - 1876
...vision, and dismiss the sense of giddiness, it was necessary to lay hold upon some object, as it \veiv, with my eyes, and rest them securely upon it; it was...muscular apparatus of the eye was enfeebled, and its contrai : so sluggishly performed that they could not longer keep pace with the more active movements...
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Homœopathy ; the Science of Therapeutics: A Collection of Papers ...

Carroll Dunham - Homeopathy - 1877 - 529 pages
...in order to recover my vision and dismiss the sense of giddiness, it was necessary to lay hold upon some object, as it were, with my eyes, and rest them...that they could no longer keep pace with the more aeon movements of the external muscles of the eyeball. 4 Within ten minutes of the appearance of this...
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Clinical Lectures Upon Inflammation and Other Diseases of the Ear

Robert Thomas Cooper - Ear - 1878 - 170 pages
...in order to recover my vision and dismiss the sense of giddiness, it was necessary to lay hold upon some object, as it were, with my eyes, and rest them securely upon it." This giddiness is succeeded in Conium poisoning by a complete loss of muscular power throughout the...
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Inflammation Chiefly of the Middle Ear, and Other Diseases of the Ear

Robert Thomas Cooper - Ear - 1880 - 202 pages
...in order to recover my vision and dismiss the sense of giddiness, it was necessary to lay hold upon some object, as it were, with my eyes, and rest them securely upon it." This giddiness is succeeded in Conium poisoning by a complete loss of muscular power throughout the...
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American Journal of Pharmacy, Volume 39

Pharmacology - 1867
...again rested upon an object, the confusion of vision and sense of giddiness instantly disappeared. It was clear to me that the adjusting muscular apparatus...performed, that they could no longer keep pace with those of the external muscles of the eye. Three-quarters of an hour after taking the conium this symptom...
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The Science of Therapeutics

C. Dunham - 2004 - 529 pages
...in order to recover my vision and dismiss the sense of giddiness, it was necessary to lay hold upon some object, as it were, with my eyes, and rest them...that they could no longer keep pace with the more active movements of the external muscles of the eyeball. "Within ten minutes of the appearance of this...
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