2 edition of Remarks on the pathology of apoplexy found in the catalog.
Remarks on the pathology of apoplexy
J. M. Pagan
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n apoplexy In pathology, a sudden loss or impairment of consciousness and voluntary motion, caused by the rupture of a blood-vessel in the brain, an embolism, or other cerebral shock. [Sometimes incorrectly used to denote hemorrhage into the tissues of any organ.] ***. The plant Acorus has a similar mark in its leaves, and is a highly-approved remedy for apoplexy. Plant Lore, Legends, and Lyrics | Richard Folkard A little more serenading, and it was clear he would be better acquainted with the apoplexy.
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THE PATHOLOGY OF APOPLEXY Vessel Lesions as the Causes ofCerebral Hamorrhage in Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension In reading Remarks on the pathology of apoplexy book description ofcases, it is quite evident that most ofthe anatomical investigations onapoplexy deal with the first-mentioned type, the apoplectic massive hemorrhage.
Until afewdecadesagothepathogenesis ofthis disturbance seemedtoCited by: 4. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http.
A practical treatise on apoplexy (cerebral hemorrhage), its pathology, diagnosis, therapeutics, and prophylaxis: with an essay on (so-called) nervous apoplexy, on congestion of the brain and serous effusion by Boyd-Mushet, William; Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Its frequency in gynecological pathology is only 1 to 3%. Causes Ovarian apoplexy can occur to any woman in their childbearing age and its recurrence risk remains 40 to 60 % in a woman who has already developed this health concern : Maushmi Singh.
The great frequency of chronic effusions, and their similarity, render it one of the most difficult of the duties of pathologist to recognize fatal effusions of this kind, and to determine that serous apoplexy has occurred in any particular case.
Apoplexy And Paralysis The term Apoplexy is derived from a Greek word, signifying a stroke or blow; and thus an attack of apoplexy is commonly called an apoplectic stroke.
It is commonly caused by an effusion of blood into the substance of the brain; this at least is the most common variety, and next to this is where the blood is poured on the. The Lancet REMARKS ON LOCOMOTOR ATAXIA.
RalphM. than it was. At any rate a warning of impending death from apoplexy might have been given, and the man cautioned as regards hard work, [amp]c. accordingly. B- labourer, aged forty-seven, a robust healthy- looking man, weighing about 12 st.
The second case to which I wish to call Cited by: 1. The difficulty in the management of pituitary apoplexy is to decide whether the clinical situation is appropriate for surgical intervention. Although there is a general consensus that a patient with apoplexy and significant neuro‐ophthalmic signs or reduced level of consciousness should have surgical decompression, it is unclear what criteria Cited by: Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease.
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Preview this book. — WSJ, "The Happy Swedes Differ Markedly From Us," 25 Apr. Bendig, 84, died of complications from a pituitary apoplexy on June 3 at the Avantara Park Ridge nursing and rehabilitation center in Park Ridge, said his son Ray. Apoplexy - Cerebrovascular Accident - Cva - Stroke: اچانک دماغ کی رگ کا پھٹ جانا - فالج کا حملہ: (noun) a sudden loss of consciousness resulting when the rupture or occlusion of a blood vessel leads to oxygen lack in the brain.
Cerebral Hemorrhage - bleeding from a ruptured blood vessel in the brain. Please give advise as where I can get(to buy) the Goljan Lecture Notes-pathology. Is this Notes the same as the "Pathology (Saunders Text and Review Series)" pages by Edward F.
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And when it strikes, motion and sense fail suddenly, there is breathlessness and severe stertor takes hold: and cure is not possible unless weakness is extreme, and often it is followed by Author: François Du Port. Apoplexy, in Wepfer's usage, was a wider concept than the modern category of stroke, including cases caused by disease of the cervical arteries.
This explains his belief that the damage caused by apoplexy could impair function on both sides of the body. A case of cerebral neuralgia terminating fatally by serous apoplexy: with remarks on the occurrence of serous apoplexy by Da Costa, J. (Jacob Mendes), Apoplexy is bleeding within internal organs and the accompanying symptoms.
For example, ovarian apoplexy is bleeding in the ovaries. The term formerly referred to what is now called a stroke; nowadays, health care professionals typically specify the type of apoplexy, such as cerebral, ovarian and pituitary apoplexy.
Informally or metaphorically, the term apoplexy is associated with being furious, especially as "apoplectic". From gluttony to obesity: Moral discourses on apoplexy and stroke Article in Sociology of Health & Illness 32(5) July with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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The word "apoplexy" comes from the Greek "apoplexia" meaning a seizure, in the sense of being struck Greek "plexe" is "a stroke."The ancients believed that someone suffering a stroke (or any sudden incapacity) had .Train to work in pathology There are two main training routes into a career in pathology – becoming a medical doctor or becoming a clinical scientist.
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