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" a gradual sinking of the powers of life, without any violent symptom, — a nameless feeling of illness, failure of the strength, slight feverishness, want of sleep, an aversion to food and drink and all the other enjoyments of life, livid;! "
The Hahnemann materia medica - Pagina 3
door John James Drysdale, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, Francis Black - 1852
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A Treatise on Poisons: In Relation to Medical Jurisprudence, Physiology, and ...

Sir Robert Christison - 1829 - 698 pagina’s
...vigorous and somewhat clearer account of the symptoms is given by Htihnemann. " They are," says he, " a gradual sinking of the powers of life, without any...the strength, slight feverishness, want of sleep, an aversion to food and drink and all the other enjoyments of life, livid;! \ of the countenance. Dropsy...
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The Journal of Health, Volume 4

1832
...Toffana ascribes its properties to arsenic. Hahnenunn gives the following account of the symptoms. They are a gradual sinking of the powers of life,...any violent symptom; a nameless feeling of illness, failing of the strength, slight feverishness, want of sleep, an aversion to food and drink, and all...
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A treatise on poisons: in relation to medical jurisprudence, physiology, and ...

Sir Robert Christison, William Home Lizars - 1836 - 876 pagina’s
...vigorous and somewhat clearer account of the symptoms is given by Hahnemarm. " They are," says he, " a gradual sinking of the powers of life, without any...lividity of the countenance, and an aversion to food aud drink and all the other enjoyments of life. Dropsy closes the scene, along with black miliary eruptions...
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The elements of materia medica

Jonathan Pereira - 1842
...(quoted by Ur. Christison) has graphically described the condition of slow poisoning by arsenic as " a gradual sinking of the powers of life, without any...nameless feeling of illness, failure of the strength, an aversion to food and drink, and all the other enjoyments of life." On some occasions the first symptoms...
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Provincial Medical and Surgical Journal

1847
...symptoms : "They are," says he, "a gradual sinking of the powers of life without any violent symptoms — a nameless feeling of illness — failure of the strength — slight feverishness — want of sleep — an aversion to food and drink, and all other enjoyments of life— lividity of the countenance—dropsy...
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A complete practical treatise on criminal procedure, pleading, and ..., Volume 2

John Frederick Archbold - 1853 - 2864 pagina’s
...dose being from four to six grains. The symptoms as given by Halmemann, (see Christison, 296,) were " a gradual sinking of the powers of life, without any...feeling of illness, failure of the strength, slight feverishnes?, want of sleep, lividity of the countenance, and an aversion to food and drink, and all...
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The Elements of materia medica and therapeutica, Volume 1

Jonathan Pereira - 1854
...(quoted by Dr. Christison) has graphically described the condition of slow poisoning by arsenic as " a gradual sinking of the powers of life, without any...nameless feeling of illness, failure of the strength, an aversion to food and drink, and all the other enjoyments of life." On some occasions, the first...
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Lectures on materia medica and therapeutics

John Brodhead Beck - 1856 - 559 pagina’s
...others the nervous system first feels its influence. Ilahnemann, quoted by Dr. Christison, says there is a gradual sinking of the powers of life, without any...symptom, a nameless feeling of illness, failure of strength, aversion to food and drink, disrelish for all the enjoyments of life, sometimes redness of...
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A Dictionary of practical medicine, Volume 3

James Copland - 1858
...digestive organs or of the nervous system. HAHNEMANN has briefly defined slow: poisoning by arsenic as " a gradual sinking of the powers of life, without any...symptom — a nameless feeling of illness, failure of strength, an aversion to food and drink, and all the other enjoyments of -life." This is, however,...
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Doctors and Patients: Or, Anecdotes of the Medical World and ..., Volume 2

John Timbs - 1873 - 288 pagina’s
...Tofana ascribes its properties to arsenic. Hahnemann gives the following account of the symptoms : they are a gradual sinking of the powers of life, without any violent symptoms ; a nameless feeling of illness, failing of the strength, slight feverishness, want of sleep,...
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