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236. oldal - Aphasia : being a Contribution to the Subject of the Dissolution of Speech from Cerebral Disease.
2. oldal - She lay helpless and immobile, dependent on the charity of her friends even to scratch her face or to drive away the persistent fly. The ribrigidity, by impeding lung-play, had led to grave disturbance of blood-renovation. This, together with the existing starvation of the spinal cord, added to the excess of cardiac inhibition, the results doubtless of copious salicin, had combined to set up a terribly distressing condition of the lower extremities. Whenever the luckless patient composed herself...
689. oldal - ... They're boycottin' me because their ma's won't bring them to see the illuminations I'm goin' to see with you, tonight. For all parts of the city of Dublin where the real respectable people lived, and where the real respectable people worked, were celebrating in honour of something to do with the Majesty of Victoria, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland and Empress of India; to show their love and manifest their loyalty to her in millions of lights and multitudes of flags, banners, bannerettes,...
119. oldal - ... actions or candid reader of his writings can hesitate for a moment to admit that he was a very extraordinary man, one whose name will descend to posterity as the exclusive excogitator and founder of an original system of medicine, as ingenious as...
182. oldal - The real physician is the one who cures : the observation, which does not teach the art of healing, is not that of a physician, it is that of a naturalist* — Broussais.
477. oldal - Most medicines have more than one action ; the first a direct action, which gradually changes into the second (which I call the indirect secondary action). The latter is generally a state exactly the opposite of the former. In this way most vegetable substances act.
477. oldal - As this natural law of cure manifests itself in every pure experiment and every true observation in the world, the fact is consequently established ; it matters little what may be the scientific explanation of how it takes place; and I do not attach much importance to the attempts made to explain it.
494. oldal - The homoeopathist who cannot find himself in congenial companionship here must be a victim of some misapprehension, have some fancied grievance, or be of so faultfinding a nature as to have no just claim upon our attention. While we are a sect, in a proper sense, and from the necessity of the case, we are not a sect in an evil sense, or from a desire to be separate from the general profession of which we are a part, any more than is the allopathic branch, which can be called regular only as a distinguishing...
619. oldal - Then shall your blood course through your blood vessels calmly and sedately, without effort and without heat. No horrible dreams disturb the sleep of him who lies down to rest without highly strung nerves. The man who is free from care wakes in the morning without anxiety about the multifarious occupations of the day. What does he care ? The happiness of life concerns him more than anything else. With fresh...
494. oldal - ... attention. While we are a sect, in a proper sense, and from the necessity of the case, we are not a sect in an evil sense, or from a desire to be separate from the general profession of which we are a part — any more than is the allopathic branch, which can be called regular only as a distinguishing designation, and not on account of any essential regularity in its method of practice. That it is reprehensible to be a member of a sect, per se, is a preposterous proposition. Notwithstanding all...