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" He had placed himself in the prone position, with his sternum resting on a chair, and his head and neck inclined downwards, and, having done so, he immediately had a distinct perception of a loose body slipping forward along the trachea. A violent convulsive... "
Medico-Chirurgical Transactions,published by The Royal Medical and ... - Page 288
by The Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London. - 1843
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A system of surgery, tr. and accompanied with notes and ..., Volume 2

Maximilian Joseph Chelius - 1847
...forward along the trachea. A violent convulsive cough ensued. On resuming the erect posture he agaiu had the sensation of a loose body moving in the trachea, but in an opposite direction, that is, towards the chest." The experiment was repeated six days after, more...
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A practical treatise on foreign bodies in the air-passages

Samuel David Gross - 1854
...the trachea. A violent convulsive cough ensued. On resuming the erect posture, he again experienced the sensation of a loose body moving in the trachea,...opposite direction, that is, towards the chest. On the 25th, a somewhat similar experiment was made. At first, no cough ensued ; but on the back, opposite...
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A Collection of remarkable cases in surgery

Paul Fitzsimmons Eve - 1857 - 858 pages
...half-sovereign had passed into the trachea, and that it remained lodged in the right bronchus. " Ou the 19th, this opinion seemed to be confirmed by a...consultation should be held on the case ; and, accordingly, OD the following day there was a meeting of Dr. Chambers, Dr. Seth Thompson, Mr. Stanley, Mr. Aston...
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Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volumes 29-30

Medicine - 1844
...perception of a loose body slipping forward along the trachea ; a violent convulsive cough ensued, and, on resuming the erect posture, he again had the sensation of a loose body moving in the trachea towards the chest. An apparatus of the following kind was now constructed. A platform, on which the...
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