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" The morbid affection appears to have its origin in the bones, which become preternaturally vascular, and containing a less than usual quantity of earthy matter; while, at first, a transparent fluid, and afterwards a yellow cheesy substance, is deposited... "
A system of surgery, tr. and accompanied with notes and observations b J.F ... - Page 236
by Maximilian Joseph Chelius - 1847
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Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, Volume 4

Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London - Medicine - 1813
...joint itself. The preceding cases sufficiently illustrate the nature and progress of this disease. The morbid affection appears to have its origin in...bones, which become preternaturally vascular, and con^ taining a less than usual quantity of earthy matter, while, at first, a transparent fluid, and...
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Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal: Exhibiting a Concise View ..., Volume 10

Medicine - 1814
...joints. • , " The preceding cases sufficiently illustrate the nature and progress of this disease. The morbid affection appears to have its origin in...while at first a transparent fluid, and afterwards a cheesy matter is deposited in their cancelli. From the diseased bone, vessels carrying red blood shoot...
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The Journal of Foreign Medical Science and Literature, Volume 5

Samuel Emlen - Medicine - 1815
...joint itself. The preceding cases sufficiently illustrate the nature and progress of this disease. The morbid affection appears to have its origin in...deposited in their cancelli. From the diseased bone vessels carrying red blood shoot into the cartilage, which afterwards ulcerates in spots, the ulceration...
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The Study of Medicine, Volume 2

John Mason Good - Medicine - 1829
...first become wdpnwress unusually vascular, and deprived of their due proportion of the dis. of lime, while, at first, a transparent fluid, and afterwards...cheesy substance, is deposited in their cancelli. As the caries of the bones advances, inflammation takes place in the cellular membrane on the outside...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine

Medicine - 1834
...will first give Mr. Brodie's summary, and thea select, as illustrations, a very few of his facts. " The morbid affection appears to have its origin in the bones, which becomt prcternaturally vascular, and containing a less than usual quantity of earthy matter ; while,...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, Volume 21

1834
...will first give Mr. Brodie's summary, and then select, as illustrations, a very few of his facts. " The morbid affection appears to have its origin in the bones, which become preternatural!)' vascular, and containing a less than usual quantity of earthy matter ; while, at first,...
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