1 edition of The etiology and treatment of phthisis found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Scottish medical and surgical journal. 1898.|
|Statement||by Alexander James|
|Contributions||University of Glasgow. Library|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) ;|
texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK A practical treatise on phthisis pulmonalis: embracing its pathology, causes, symptoms and treatment A practical treatise on phthisis pulmonalis: embracing its pathology, causes, symptoms and treatment by Lawson, L. M. (Leonidas Merion), THE TREATMENT OF PHTHISIS. 7 appreciate it.” The effect of the open-air treatment is striking; there is a gradual reduction offever, a gain in appetite and weight, sleep is improved, and night sweats diminished; cough, which maybe temporarily increased, is inthe endlessened, and thereis a senseofcomparative well being, and improvement of spirits. Iam well aware that in private practice it is.
treatment, and some chronic cases keep moderately well even till past middle age or approaching old age; instances of success in his book, but some of the cases did not appear to me be typical ones of true acute tuberculosis, disposing causes of phthisis are as follow: viz., 1st, and chiefly, heredity. phthisis: [ thi´sis; ti´sis ] wasting of the body. phthisis bul´bi shrinkage of the eyeball. grinder's phthisis a combination of tuberculosis and pneumoconiosis occurring in grinders in the cutlery trade. miner's phthisis pneumoconiosis of coal workers.
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The patient should be made to use regularly the milk, butter, urine, blood, meat and the (expressed liquid of the) dung of a goat as his bath or in any other way possible (e.g., in drinking) and to live in a goat-shed (in the company of goats) whereby he would be cured of his Phthisis in a month.
Symptoms And Medical Treatment Of Phthisis (Sosha-Pratishedha) Nomenclature Wasting or a general emaciation of the frame marks the sequel of and comes in. Other causes of Sosha and their Symptoms.
Sexual excess, grief, old age, over-fatiguing physical exercise, toils of journey, fasting, ulcers and ulceration of the Urah (lungs) are included by certain authorities within the exciting factors of this disease, Sosha.
The treatment showed this assumption to be incorrect. Class patients in whom an efficient pneumo- thorax was induced and maintained. The majority of these improved, the improvement being permanent in The causes of failure in the remaining 13 patients were as by: 2.
Galen, c. CE, listed the signs and symptoms of pulmonary phthisis to include chest pain, cough, sputum, fever and wasting. His suggested treatments included rest, increased milk consumption, astringents, and the application of chest plasters.
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Phthisis bulbi describes the shrunken appearance of an eye that has wasted as a result of ocular disease or injury. A wasted eye typically does not function. The phthisis is due to ulceration of the lung: a devouring acrid humour is its cause, a greedy ill devours the tender flesh.
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Find out more about atherosclerosis causes, symptoms, risk. Tuberculosis Other names Phthisis, phthisis pulmonalis, consumption Chest X-ray of a person with advanced tuberculosis: Infection in both lungs is marked by white arrow-heads, and the formation of a cavity is marked by black arrows.
Specialty Infectious disease, pulmonology Symptoms Chronic cough, fever, cough with bloody mucus, weight loss Causes Mycobacterium tuberculosis Risk factors Causes: Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Phthisis bulbi implies, in clinical terminology, a shrunken globe, usually from ceased aqueous humor formation (phthisis meaning "wasting away"). The intraocular pressure approaches 0 mm Hg. As a consequence, the cornea becomes distorted and can develop edema and scarring, and the lens develops by: 9.
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Phthisis bulbi represents an ocular end-stage disease that results from wound healing secondary to various causes such as severe trauma, inflammation, necrotizing tumors, and/or vascular diseases. It results in vision loss and continues to be an important cause of blindness.
Phthisis: A good trivia or crossword item. An over-consonanted Greek word meaning "a dwindling or wasting away." Pronounced TIE-sis. Phthisis is an archaic name for tuberculosis.
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Phthisis bulbi, also known as end-stage eye, is an atrophic scarred and disorganized globe that may result from a variety of severe ocular insults. Epidemiology In general, phthisis bulbi involves elderly patients, usually years of age 7. treatment of phthisis.
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