Title: Clinical lectures on the principles and practice of medicine
Yr: 1874 (1870s)
Authors: Bennett, John Hughes, 1812-1875
Topics: Medicine Medicine
Writer: New York : Wood
Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and Harvard Medical School
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along with the wearing-down ache,)lack of sleep, lack of blood, and kind of fixed vomiting. Ourduty in such circumstances is to alleviate and assist the system; and to this endopiates in giant doses, nutritive enemata, cautious regulation of the food regimen,aud ice allowed to dissolve within the mouth, are the very best cures. Alocal frigorific combination, as beneficial by Dr. J. Arnott, and the ap-plication of some leeches to the epigastrium, are additionally sometimes bene-ficial. In Case LX. the chilly software was of marked service. The histological modifications which happen in numerous issues of thestomach have been first investigated by Dr. Handfield Jones, who hasdescribed and figured the appearances introduced by the follicles, theircontained cells, and different minute buildings beneath a wide range of circum-stances .* There could also be hypertrdphy and atrophy of the solitaryglands; atrophy of the glandular tubes; fatty degeneration; wastingand black discoloration of their epithelial contents; fibroid thickening,
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Fig. 417. Fig. 418 Fig. 419. and so forth. His researches have been for probably the most half confirmed by Dr. F.Schlapferf and Dr. Wilson Fos.J The latter observer has added someimportant details related with persistent catarrh of the abdomen, thicken-ing of the limitary membrane, and cystic degeneration of the glands. * Pathological and Medical Observations respecting Morbid Situations of theStomach. London, 1845. f Virchows Archiv. B. 7, p. 158. 1854. % Medico-Chir. Trans, of London. Vol. XLI. 1858. Fig. 417. Look of the gastric glands in latest catarrh of the abdomen.Their exterior define is irregular, and they’re stuffed with enlarged secreting cells.—(Wilson Fox.) Fig. 418. Commencing cystic formation in a gastric follicle, which is constrictedin some locations (&, c) and swollen at others. «, Reveals the thickening of the limitarymembrane; aDd d, slight fatty degeneration of the epithelium—(Wilson Fox.) Fig. 419. A cyst within the pyloric portion of the abdomen, composed of a fibrousenvelo
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