1 edition of A treatise on bilious diseases and indigestion found in the catalog.
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A treatise on bilious diseases and indigestion: with the effects of quassy and natron in these disorders. By John Gibson, M.D.A Surgeon in the Royal Navy, and in the practice of surgery, &c. London. A treatise on bilious diseases and indigestion ; with the effects of quassy and natron in these disorders.
By John Gibson, M.D. A treatise on indigestion and its consequences, called nervous and bilious complaints: with observations on the organic diseases in which they sometimes terminate. Full text of "A Treatise on Indigestion and its consequences Called Nervous and Bilious Complaints with " See other formats.
A Treatise on Female, Nervous, Hysterical, Hypochondriacal, Bilious, Convulsive Diseases, Apoplexy and Palsy; Which Thoughts on Madness, Suicide [Rowley, William] on.
Includes bibliographical references. Page 21 - There is, however, an irritability of the stomach attending sero-hepatilis, which requires a peculiar modification of treatment. " Severe retching is not only a source of injury to the inflamed membrane, but a serious interference with the exhibition of remedies.
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A Treatise on the Functional and Structural Changes of the Liver in the Progress. $ Like New: A book that looks new but has been read. Cover has no visible wear, Seller Rating: % positive. A treatise on diet, with a view to establish, on practical grounds, a system of rules for the prevention and cure of the diseases incident to a disordered state of the digestive functions.
(Philadelphia, R. Small, ), by John Ayrton Paris (page images at HathiTrust). treatise on the diseases produced by onanism, masturbation, self-pollution, and other excesses. by l. deslandes, m. d., member of the royal academy of medicine at paris, and other learned societies. translated from the french, with many additions.
second edition. boston: otis. Author(s): Gibson,John,active Title(s): A treatise on bilious diseases and indigestion; with the effects of quassy and natron in these disorders. Edition: 2d ed. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Murray and Highley, Description: 68 p.
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Externally the boards are generally scuffed, with the paper label chipped a little, but intact. Southard,William F(William Freeman),; Boston Medical Library Association, Title(s): A treatise on indigestion and its consequences, called nervous and bilious complaints: with observations on the organic diseases in which they sometimes terminate/ by A.P.W.
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Entered according to the Act of Congress in the yearBy J. Treatise on Febrile (Shang Han Lun) -Library of Chinese Classics Chinese-English Compiled by Zhang Zhongjing, Eastern Han Dynasty, translated into English by Luo Xiwen Published by New World Press, Library binding book, dimensions x1/16, 1 Volume, pages ISBN: A treatise on indigestion and its consequences, called nervous and bilious complaints: with observations on the organic diseases, in which they sometimes terminate / by: Philip, Alexander Philip Wilson, Published: () Search Options.
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Lever's pages rapidly, and to make such notes in our way as may be of service to our practical readers, and enable them to judge if the work is adapted to the wants of their book-shelves. If you suffer from Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation, Disorder of the Liver and Kidneys, or from any weakness peculiar to your sex, there is no better remedy than Dr.
Morse’s Indian Root Pills. Sick Headaches were a Dally Occurrence. “ I suffered greatly from Indigestion and its accompanying ailments for many years, ” writes Miss A.
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EBook PDF: MB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of. TYPHUS was known by many names, including brain fever, bilious fever, camp fever, jail fever, malignant fever, petechial fever, putrid fever, ship fever, and spotted fever.
It is an acute, infectious disease and one of the diseases caused by Rickettsia bacteria, micro. Similarly of the periods of life, those which are naturally warmer tend more to bile, and the colder more to phlegm. Of occupations also, localities and seasons, and, above all, of natures 25 themselves, the colder are more phlegmatic, and the warmer more [p.
] bilious. Also cold diseases result from and warmer ones from yellow bile. ‘A Treatise on Consciousness’ is a paper-back impress now in its second edition. NOTE: It is not a prerequisite to read our series of books in order, you can start with any book and in any order you feel to.
Article by: Gabriele Conrad. READ MORE ABOUT THIS BOOK. James Manby Gully (14 March – ) was a Victorian medical doctor, well known for practising hydrotherapy, or the "water cure".Along with his partner James Wilson, he founded a very successful "hydropathy" (as it was then called) clinic in Malvern, Worcestershire, which had many notable Victorians, including such figures as Charles Darwin and Alfred, Lord Tennyson, as clients.
George Cheyne, The English Malady: Or, A Treatise of Nervous Diseases of all Kinds, As Spleen, Vapours, Lowness of Spirits, Hypochondriacal, and Hysterical Distempers, &c. (London, ) i—ii. Other major works on the subject from this period include Richard Blackmore, A Treatise of the Spleen and Vapours: Or, Hypochondriacal and Hysterical Affections (London, ), Nicholas Robinson, A New Cited by: 1.
Is it possible to treat patients with mental illness humanely and still effect a change. This question was central to Philippe Pinel’s seminal book Traité Médico-Philosophique sur L’aliénation Mentale ou la Manie.
It was published in France inand a popular translation (A Treatise on Insanity) was published in England in Author: Mohammad Shaiyan Rahman. Allbutt, T Clifford. ‘Nervous Disease and Modern Life.’ Contemporary Review 67 (): – Google ScholarCited by: 2.
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99. Treatise on Diseases of the Liver and Digestive Or gans. Sick Headache. Th* brain is not properly refreshed and stimulated by ths unhealthy blood; hence, dullness, dizziness, sick headache, bilious headache, sleepy or nervous feelings, gloomy forebodings and irritability of temper.-Skin Diseases.
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In acute and chronic affections of the digestive organs, especially the latter, the skim-milk treatment, already described, possesses the highest the trouble is localized to the stomach and is of an acute character, only the most easily-digested aliments are borne, as, for example, milk and lime-water, barley-water, tamarind-whey, carbonic acid water, effervescent lemonade, etc.
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In fact, the book is the first medical literature to use the word “vomiting”. As stated in Suwen (Plain Questions: treatise on Pulse Interpretation), vomiting is the condition that occurs after eating in .Nervous diseases and their diagnosisa treatise upon the phenomena produced by diseases of the nervous system, with especial reference to the recognition of their causes [Autographed] Nervous diseases, liver and stomach complaints, low spirits, indigestion, gout, asthma and disorders produced by tropical climates.