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" A spasm of the extreme arteries, supporting an increased action in the course of them, may therefore be considered as the proximate cause of inflammation ; at least, in all cases not arising from direct stimuli applied ; and even in this case the stimuli... "
First Lines of the Practice of Physic - Page 162
by William Cullen - 1808
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Hippopathology: a treatise on the disorders and lameness of the ..., Volume 1

William Percivall - 1834
...vessels, and not the blood, were in fault. " The cause of obstruction," says this learned writer," is spasm of the extreme arteries supporting an increased action in the course of them." So far as distention or swelling is concerned, spasm is a condition quite opposed to it, and one that...
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Elements of the Practice of Medicine, Volume 1

Richard Bright, Thomas Addison - Medicine - 1839 - 613 pages
...conclusion that " a spasm of the extreme arteries support" ing an increased action in the course of them may be " considered as the proximate cause of inflammation,...supposed to " produce a spasm of the extreme vessels." More recently, the chief dispute amongst pathologists has been whether the action of the arteries of...
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A system of surgery, tr. and accompanied with notes and observations b J.F ...

Maximilian Joseph Chelius - 1845
...action of dilatation." (p. 282.) (7) This is pretty nearly the opinion of Dr. CULLEN, who taught that spasm of the extreme arteries supporting an increased action in the course of them, may be considered as the proximate cause of inflammation, at least in all cases not arising from direct...
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A system of surgery, tr. and accompanied with notes and ..., Volume 1

Maximilian Joseph Chelius - 1847
...of the eitreme arteries supporting an increased action in the course of them, may be considered ч the proximate cause of inflammation, at least in all...supposed to produce a spasm of the extreme vessels. The following is a brief account of Dr. JOHN THOMSON'S (a) observations on the variation of the current...
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Thoracic diseases

Calvin Newton - 1854 - 439 pages
...Cullen maintaining the theory, that, in inflammation, there is an obstruction of the blood, produced by "spasm of the extreme arteries, supporting an increased action in the course of them." Hunter, who was nearly contemporary with Cullen, supposed, that, when inflammation exists, there is...
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Thoracic Diseases: Their Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment

Calvin Newton, Marshall Calkins - Chest - 1854 - 439 pages
...maintaining the theory, that, in inflammation, there is an obstruction of the blood, produced by '; spasm of the extreme arteries, supporting an increased action in the course of them." Hunter, who was nearly contemporary with Cullen, supposed, that, when inflammation exists, there is...
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A Treatise on the practice of medicine v.1, Volume 1

George Bacon Wood - 1855
...differ in relation to the precise nature of that action. Oullen imagined the existence of spasm in the extreme arteries, supporting an increased action in the course of them, and thus giving rise to the phenomena of inflammation. But it need scarcely be observed that his opinion...
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An Account of the Life, Lectures, and Writings of William Cullen, Volume 2

John Thomson - 1859
...of the phenomena of the animal economy, healthy and morbid, on the living solids, he conceived that a spasm of the extreme arteries, supporting an increased action in the course of them, may be considered as the proximate cause of this state. His doctrine on this subject may be regarded as...
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The Placenta, the Organic Nervous System, the Blood, the Oxygen, and the ...

John O'Reilly - Electronic books - 1861 - 196 pages
...the small vessels, and thus plugged them up. This circumstance was termed an error loci. (CULLEN.) "A spasm of the extreme arteries supporting an increased...supposed to produce a spasm of the extreme vessels." (JOHN HUNTER.) " The act of inflammation is to be considered as an increased action of the vessels,...
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Canada Lancet, Volume 12

Medicine - 1880
...capillary vessels, and of Cullen, founded on those of the last three physicians, that it proceeded from spasm of the extreme arteries supporting an increased action in the course of them, had generally been replaced by the views of Syme, who maintained that redness and swelling ought to...
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