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" an expectoration of pus or purulent matter from the lungs, attended with a hectic fever." Later, the tubercle was discovered, and it was found that this tubercle contained a virus. In the year 1882 the tubercle bacillus was discovered by Koch. "
First Lines of the Practice of Physic - Page 445
by William Cullen - 1808
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Medical Communications, Volume 1

Society for Promoting Medical Knowledge - 1784
...the definition of the difeafe *. That * " We define the phthifis pulmonalis to be an expec" toration of pus, or purulent matter from the lungs, " attended with a hectic fever." VideCulIen'sfirft lines of the Practice of Phyfic, fect. 825 ; again, fft. 827, " In every inftance...
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American Homoeopathist, Volume 17

Homeopathy - 1891
...PHTHISIS. By A. JUDSON PALMER, MD ABOUT one hundred years ago William Cullen defined phthisis as " an expectoration of pus or purulent matter from the lungs, attended with a hectic fever." Later, the tubercle was discovered, and it was found that this tubercle contained a virus. In the year...
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Journal of the Outdoor Life, Volume 19

Open-air treatment - 1922
...forty years and more after his death. "The Phthisis Pulmonalis I would define to be." writes Cullen, "an expectoration of pus. or purulent matter from the lungs, attended with a hectic fever." Thomas Reid's idea (1785) is more comprehensive: definitely established phthisis may be defined as...
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Journal of the Outdoor Life, Volume 19

Open-air treatment - 1922
...forty years and more after his death. "The Phthisis Pulmonalis I would define to be." writes Cullen, "an expectoration of pus, or purulent matter from the lungs, attended with a hectic fever." Thomas Reid's idea (1785) is more comprehensive: definitely established phthisis may be defined as...
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Science and the Practice of Medicine in the Nineteenth Century

W. F. Bynum - Medical - 1994 - 283 pages
...pulmonary tuberculosis. Cullen, who preferred the phrase phthisis pulmonalis, defined the condition as "an expectoration of pus or purulent matter from the lungs, attended with a hectic fever,"3 a definition that could include almost any chronic lung disease. Indeed, Cullen recognized...
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The Medical Current, Volume 7

Eugene F. Starke, Wilson A. Smith, Wesley A. Dunn - Medicine - 1891
...PHTHISIS. A. JUDSON PALMER, MD, BROOKLYN, NY About one hundred years ago William Cuilen defined phthisis as "an expectoration of pus or purulent matter from the lungs, attended with a hectic fever." Later, the tubercle was discovered, and it was found that this tubercle contained a virus. In the year...
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New England Medical Monthly and the Prescription, Volume 10

Medicine - 1890
...PHTHISIS. A. JUDSON PALMER, MD, BROOKLYN, NY ABOUT one hundred years ago Wm. Cullen defined phthisis as " an expectoration of pus or purulent matter from the lungs, attended with a hectic fever." Later, the tubercle was discovered, and it was found that this tubercle contained a virus. In the year...
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