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" As the disease advances the pain becomes exceedingly severe, particularly at night, when the patient is continually roused from his sleep by painful startings of the limb. Sometimes he experiences some degree of relief from pain in a particular position... "
A system of surgery, tr. and accompanied with notes and observations b J.F ... - Page 252
by Maximilian Joseph Chelius - 1847
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Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, Volume 6

Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London - Medicine - 1815
...impossible to distinguish it; since it often has no certain seat, but is referred to different parts of the limb in different individuals, and even in the same individual at different times. For example, a gentleman labouring under this disease in the hip, complained during a whole...
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The London Medical, Surgical, and Pharmaceutical Repository, Volume 11

1819
...deal the pain of rheumatism, since it often lias no certain seat; but is referred to different parts of the limb in different individuals, and even in...patient is continually roused from his sleep by painful starlings of the limb. Sometimes he experiences some degree of relief from the pain in a particular...
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The Medico-chirurgical Journal: Or, Quarterly Register of Medical ..., Volume 1

1819
...resembles that of rheumatism, being referrible to various parts of the limb in different individuals. As the disease advances, the pain becomes exceedingly...roused from his sleep by painful startings of the limbs. In most instances, the pain is referred to the hip and knee also, being most severe in the latter;...
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An essay on a new mode of treatment for diseased joints, and the non-union ...

Thomas Buchanan - 1828 - 80 pages
...at night, and to occasion the most agonizing screams." Ford on Disease of the Hip-Joint, page 14. " As the disease advances, the pain becomes exceedingly...patient is continually roused from his sleep by painful starlings of the limb." Brodie's Pathol. Obs. page 153. i " The leg wastes more apparently." Ford on...
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Natural Philosophy: With an Explanation of Scientific Terms, and ..., Volume 4

Physics - 1829
...different parts of the system, as the nature of the tissues through which the blood circulates. Besides, in different individuals, and even in the same individual at different periods, the force of the heart.s action and the activity of the vessels are very various. In the melancholic...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine

Medicine - 1834
...— it becomes afterwards severe and constant. Like rheumatic pain, it has often no certain seat. " As the disease advances, the pain becomes exceedingly...Sometimes he experiences some degree of relief from the pain in a particular position of the joint, and in no other. A patient in St. George's Hospital...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine

Medicine - 1836
...upwards, until they terminate in the sigmoid flexure of the colon. These flexures of the rectum difler in different individuals, and even in the same individual at different periods. When a bougie is introduced, be it small or large, it is certain that it will be stopped somewhere...
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Library of Useful Knowledge: Natural philosophy, Volume 4

1838
...different parts of the system, as the nature of the tissues through which the blood circulates. Besides, in different individuals, and even in the same individual at different periods, the force of the heart's action and the activity of the vessels are very various. In the melancholic...
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The Saturday Magazine ...

1839
...blood equaf to the whole mass in the body must pass through the body twenty-eight times in an hour. In different individuals, and even in the same individual at different periods, the force of the heart's action, and the activity of the vessels are very various. In people of a low...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, Volume 21

1834
...— it becomes afterwards severe and constant. Like rheumatic pain, it has often no certain seat. " As the disease advances, the pain becomes exceedingly...Sometimes he experiences some degree of relief from the pain in a particular position of the joint, and in no other. A patient in St. George's Hospital...
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