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" This opinion derives support from an observation made to me by Mr. Swan, that in the whole course of his multiplied aural dissections he has not encountered one single instance of disease in the internal ear; an observation which embodies the result of... "
Medico-Chirurgical Transactions,published by The Royal Medical and ... - Page 299
by The Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London. - 1843
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Medico-chirurgical Transactions, Volume 26

Medicine - 1843
...TWENTY DISSECTIONS OF THAT ORGAN. Br JOSEPH TOYNBEE, FRS, • URQCON TO THE ST. GEOROE's AND ST. JAMEs's DISPENSARY. READ JUNE 27TH, 1843. ALTHOUGH the organ...embodies the result of repeated examinations to which I have myself subjected that part of the organ. At the same time that I advance this opinion as an...
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Provincial Medical Journal and Retrospect of the Medical Sciences

Medicine - 1843
...prevalent cause of deafness is chronic inflammation of the mucous membrane which lines the tympanitic cavity, and that by far the greater majority of cases...nervous deafness ought more properly to be attributed » this cause. The pathological conditions to which inflammation of the mucous membrane gives rise...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 44

Medicine - 1844
...when living, were not supposed to be deaf. eased condition. Subsequent researches have convinced him, "that the most prevalent cause of deafness is chronic...embodies the result of repeated examinations to which I have myself subjected that part of the organ." This cuts two ways—it may show that deafness, to...
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Issues 7-9

Medicine - 1844
...of the Médico-Chirurgical Transaction». The principal practical conclusion to which they lead is, that the most prevalent cause of deafness is chronic...deafness, ought more properly to be attributed to thi» cause. Tbe pathological conditions to which inflammation of the mucous membrane gives rise are...
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Issues 10-12

Medicine - 1845
...is chronic inflammation of the mucous membrane which lines the tympanic cavity, and that the great majority of cases, commonly called nervous deafness,...properly to be attributed to this cause. This opinion is corroborated by Mr. Swan's dissections, in none of which did he ever discover any disease in the...
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British American Medical and Physical Journal, Volume 1

Roy Fontaine - 1846
...of the mucous membrane which lines the tympanic cavity ; and that by far the greater majority or." cases commonly called nervous deafness ought more...properly to be attributed to this cause. This opinion derive* support from an observation made to me by Mr. Swan, that in the whole course of his multiplied...
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New York Dissector: Quarterly Journal of Medicine, Surgery ..., Volume 1

1848
...Society's " Transactions." The principal practical conclusions to which they lead is, that the most common cause of deafness is chronic inflammation of the mucous...ought, more properly to be attributed to this cause. The pathological conditions to which inflammation of the mucous membrane gives rise are divided in...
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Electro-physiology and electro-therapeutics

Alfred Charles Garratt - 1860 - 708 pages
...a chronic low inflammation of the mucous membrane which lines the tympanitic cavity ; and he thinks by far the greater majority of cases commonly called...ought more properly to be attributed to this cause. We should be reminded of the three stages of this condition (while contemplating aid by galvanism)...
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