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" I suppose, that in every fever there is a power applied to the body, which has a tendency to hurt and destroy it, and produces in it certain motions which deviate from the natural state ; and, at the same time, in every fever which has its full course,... "
First Lines of the Practice of Physic - Page 71
by William Cullen - 1808
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An Account of the Life, Lectures, and Writings of William Cullen, Volume 2

John Thomson - 1859
...deviate from the natural state ; and, at the same time, in every fever which has its full course, I suppose that, in consequence of the constitution of...have a tendency to obviate the effects of the noxious powers, or to correct and to remove them. Both these kinds of motion are considered as constituting...
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The Journal of Psychological Medicine and Mental Pathology, Volume 13

1860
...which deviate from the natural state, and at the same time, in every fever which has its full course, I suppose that, in consequence of the constitution of...have a tendency to obviate the effects of the noxious powers, or to correct or remove them. Both these kinds of motion are considered as constituting the...
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The Philosophy of Human Life

Isaac Jennings - 1996 - 159 pages
...which deviate from the natural state; and at the same time, in every fever which has its full course. I suppose, that in consequence of the constitution of...latter is to be considered as the operation of the vis asdicatrix naturae of salutary tendency, and which I shall hereafter call the reaction of the system....
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