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" ... for breath. It was impossible fairly to compare the motion to anything else. They evidently possessed the power of changing their form; they would at one time materially elongate, and at another time shorten their bodies. In their vigorous state their... "
Medico-Chirurgical Transactions,published by The Royal Medical and ... - Page 371
by The Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London. - 1843
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Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, Volume 26

Medicine - 1843
...ASSISTANT-SURGEON TO ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S HOSPITAL, AND SUKGEON TO CHRIST'S HOSPITAL. READ JUNE I3TH, 1843. IN the early part of last winter I operated...drunken man who was fighting with another, and whom my patient was endeavouring to separate. The situation of the fluid appeared to be very much that of...
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Medico-chirurgical Transactions, Volume 26

Medicine - 1843
...magnifying power as in the former case, and at once perceived numerous living spermatozoa swimming about iu every direction. A friend of mine who was in the house...drunken man who was fighting with another, and whom my patient was endeavouring to separate. The situation of the fluid appeared to be very much that of...
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Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, Volume 26

Medicine - 1843
...shorten their bodies. In their vigorous state their movements were very similar to that of a eommon tadpole. In the fluid of this case there were likewise...drunken man who was fighting with another, and whom my patient was endeavouring to separate. The situation of the fluid appeared to be very much that of...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 44

Medicine - 1844
...spermatozoa in two. In the second case, one of common hydrocele, with the fluid highly albuminous, there were likewise a few blood globules, transparent...portions of epithelium, or what very much resembled it. In the third case, " the situation of the fluid appeared to be very much that of common hydrocele of...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, Volume 40

1844
...spermatozoa in two. In the second case, one of common hydrocele, with the fluid highly albuminous, there were likewise a few blood globules, transparent...portions of epithelium, or what very much resembled it. In the third case, " the situation of the fluid appeared to be very much that of common hydrocele of...
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