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" ... opening immediately after the operation is much greater than at any time subsequently (Schiff). Mercury and allied purgatives produce bilious stools by irritating the upper part of the bowel and sweeping on the bile before there is time for its re-absorption.... "
The Peninsular Journal of Medicine - Pagina 413
geredigeerd door - 1874
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The Canada Journal of Dental Science, Volume 2

1869
...assent of the majority. He thinks "mercury and allied purgatives probably produce bilious stools b irritating the upper part of the bowel, and sweeping on the bile before there is time for its absorption." He recognized the fact that articles of food frequently give rise to similar effects,...
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The Medical circular [afterw.] The London medical press & circular ..., Volume 1

1869
...present to receive the assent of the majority. He thinks that " mercury and allied purgatives probably produce bilious stools by irritating the upper part...and sweeping on the bile before there is time for its absorption." He recognizes the fact that articles of food frequently give rise to similar effects,...
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Canada Medical Journal and Monthly Record of Medical and Surgical ..., Volume 7

George E. Fenwick, Francis Wayland Campbell - 1871
...action upon the secretion of the liver. On the other hand Dr. Murchison believes that mercury produces bilious stools by irritating the upper part of the...and sweeping on the bile before there is time for its absorption. Dr. Fraser stated that while calomel was unquestionably useful in congestion of the...
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On Functional Derangements of the Liver: Being the Croonian Lectures ...

Charles Murchison - 1874 - 182 pagina’s
...Medical Journal, 1868, vol. ii. p. 176. osmotic circulation, to which I referred in my first lecture, as constantly going on between the intestinal contents...and sweeping on the bile before there is time for its re-absorption. The fact of mercury standing at the bottom of the scale of cholagogues in Rohrig's...
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Commentary on the British Pharmacopoeia

Walter G. Smith - 1875 - 766 pagina’s
...the osmotic circulation which is constantly going on between the intestinal contents and the blood. " Mercury and allied purgatives produce bilious stools,...on the bile before there is time for re-absorption. That mercury does act especially upon the duodenum is proved not merely by the large flow of bile which...
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 92

1875
...grounds for this preference are clinical rather than physiological. Mercury, the author says, produces bilious stools by irritating the upper part of the...and sweeping on the bile before there is time for its re-absorption ; the liver may not be directly stimulated, but the blood is relieved of the bile...
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St. Louis Clinical Record: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 2

1876
...reabsorbed, to reach the liver again ; and accordingly, when the common bile-duct is tied and a fistnlous opening into the gall-bladder established, the quantity...and sweeping on the bile before there is time for its reabsorption. The fact of mercury standing at the bottom of the scale of cliolagogues in Rohrig's...
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Baltimore Physician and Surgeon, Volumes 2-6

1874
...much greater than at any time subsequently (Schiff). Mercury and allied purgatives produce billious stools by irritating the upper part of the bowel, and sweeping on the bile before there is time for rcabsorption. The fact of mercury standing at the bottom of the scale of cholagogues in Rohrig's experiments...
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Clinical Lectures on Diseases of the Liver, Jaundice and Abdominal Dropsy ...

Charles Murchison - 1877 - 644 pagina’s
...fistulous opening into the gallbladder established, the quantity of bile which escapes from the nstulous opening immediately after the operation is much greater...and sweeping on the bile before there is time for its re-absorption. The fact of mercury standing at the bottom of the scale of cholagogues in Eohrig's...
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The Carolina Medical Journal, Volumes 19-20

1887
...position of mercury very pointedly. After giving the results of numerous experiments he proceeds : " Mercury and allied purgatives produce bilious stools...and sweeping on the bile before there is time for its reabsorption. It would appear that mercury, by increasing the elimination of bile and other products...
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