Miss T---., a school-teacher, has been suffering for years from a pain in the sacrum, with constant nausea. She is never free from it ; feels it at night on awaking from sleep. She has been under old-school...
James P — , 49 years of age, a compositor, consulted me on September 20th, 1879, for a chronic ulcer of the right leg. He had suffered from the ulcer for five years. The patient described its commencement as...
E. F., set. 11, fell down stairs and struck his head. He became immediately unconscious, although no lesion could be observed, except a swelling around his left eye. This unconsciousness lasted full four weeks, and when he awoke the...
Wm. T., aged 23 occupation clerk, consulted me, complaining of an impairment of speech, which had lasted seventeen years. No cause could be learned, although his mother and others had been interviewed. The case as taken presented the following...
In real affections of the liver and spleen we are not always able to find an actual enlargement of or severe pain in these organs. The previous occurrence of typhoid, intermittent fever, icterus or pneumonia may lead us to...
In a woman set. 40 years, who had been bitten on the leg by an insect six years before. The bite induced violent inflammation which produced ulceration, and finally the bone had become affected. An ulcer on the inner...
Mr. W. D., aged 33, light complexion, blue eyes, healthy family except some catarrhal affections, school teacher by occupation, has suffered since he was 20 years of age with a nasal catarrh which at times has been most annoying....
Miss XL, since seven years, a short, abrupt cough from tickling in the throat, extending into the bronchi, with sensation of concussion there ; expectoration like saliva ; aggravation at night ; cough, waking several times during the night, lasting about half an hour ;...
Miss B., school teacher, brunette, age 26, had taught for several years, and was very nervous and worried much about her work. She asked me to give her something for insomnia. Had taken sulphonal, but feared she would get...
Mr. W., a weak, pale man of forty-two years, whose business was at the writing desk, consulted me on the 5th of December, 1815 ; he had been sick five days. 1. On the first evening he was attacked...
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