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Ulcera Pterygoidea Bednars
Ulcera Pterygoidea (bednar's Api-fa-le) The Above Disease Of The Mouth Was First Described By Becinar And Classified Under The General Name Hence Arose The Designation "bednar's Aphthai" Which Is Generally Used Even To-day. Epstein, To Whom We Owe An Excellent Description Of The Disease, Suggested The Appropriate Name "ulceration Of ...

Ulcerative Stomatitis
Ulcerative Stomatitis (stomacace) For A Long Time Ulcerous Stomatitis Was Regarded As A Buccal Mani Festation Of Genuine Diphtheria, As The Classical Writer On Diphtheria, Bretonneau, Himself Proclaimed This Erroneous Conception. The Views In Regard To The Nature Of This Disease Went Through Numerous Changes, But It Was Finally Recognized ...

Ulceroiienibranous Angina
Ulceroiienibranous Angina (angina Ulcerosa, Plaut's And Vincent's Angina. Angina Baeille Fusiforme, Diphtheroid Angina) This Disease Yvas First Described Clinically- By Russian,: (szimano Wsky And Filatow), And By French Authors (barthez And Sanne). The First Disooveries Of Etiological Importance Were Made By Plant In 1804, Who First Called Attention To The ...

Umbilical Hernia
Umbilical Hernia (see Knopfelmacher, Vol. Ii.) Etiology.—the Abdominal Walls Become Closed Before Birth, With The Exception Of The Ring That Must Remain Open For The Umbilical Vessels To Pass Through. After The Cord Has Fallen Off And The Umbilical Vessels Have Become Obliterated, The Gap Becomes Gradually Smaller Until It ...

Uncontrollable Ideas Or Conceptions
Uncontrollable Ideas (or Conceptions) These Apparently Are The Original Causes Of The Phobias. Thus Oppenheim Relates Of A Girl 10 Years Old, "who In Early Childhood Was Seized With Violent Attacks Of Fright When One Of The Family', Especially Her Father Or Mother, Left The House. The Child Would Stand ...

Urticaria Nettle Fever
Urticaria (nettle Fever) The Pathologic Picture Consists In The Appearance Of Elevated Spots Or Wheals Of Vivid Red Color, Which Often Fade Off In The Centre And Itch Violently. Their Size Varies Considerably. The Wheals May Be Confluent Over A Certain Area As Large As A Small Plate And Even ...

Urticaria Pigmentosa
Urticaria Pigmentosa (sangster) Or Urticaria Xanthelasmoides Tilbury Foxi Clinical Picture.—urticaria Pigmentosa Develops Either At Birth Or During The First Year Of Life, And Persists During A Great Part Of The Patient's Life. It May Even Develop In Utero (arning, Fabry, Raab) And Consists In The Appearance Of Vivid Red Elevated ...

V Methods Of Clinical
V. Methods Of Clinical Diagnosis There Are A Number Of Methods Used In The Clinical Diagnosis Of The Different Forms Of Diseases Of Nutrition, Of A General Character. There Fore We Will Take Up These Before Speaking Of The Individual Types Of Dis Ease Which We Have Set Forth Above. ...

Vaccination
Vaccination About The Beginning Of The Eighteenth Century, When Europe Began To Show Interest In The Matter, Accounts From Many Countries Of Various Modes Of Inoculation With Smallpox Appeared. Perhaps The Oldest Method Is The One Practiced From The Earliest Time By The Brahmans. Their Technique Of Vaccination, Being Much ...

Vaginal Hemorrhage In The
Vaginal Hemorrhage In The Newborn In Certain Otherwise Healthy Girls There Occurs On The Fifth Or Sixth Day And Sometimes Later, A Hemorrhage, Usually Very Scant, From The Vagina. Schukowsky Found 35 Such Cases Among 10,000 Newborn Girls. Blood-stained Mucus Or Small Blood-clots Are Found On The Labia Of The ...

Valvular Lesion
Valvular Lesion Anatomy.—slight Grades Of Cardiac Hypertrophy In Children Are Only Discovered With Difficulty, Even In Examination Of The Cadaver, Since The Size, Weight And Thickness Of The Walls Of The Heart Vary In The Different Years Of Life. Precise Anatomic Diagnoses Are Only Obtained By Weighing And Measuring, And ...

Varicella
Varicella Is Still Described In Most Of The Text Books As A Disease Which Is Uniformly Harmless, Of Characteristic Appearance And Which Rarely Needs Any Treatment. In The Past Two Decades, However, A Number Of Interesting Observa Tions Have Been Made Which Show That The Ordinary Conception Of Varicella Is ...

Vegeta
Vegeta Nm:s. 20. Spinach. Take 250 Gin. (s Oz.) Of Young Fresh Spinach, Wash In Cold Water And Boil For About Five Minutes With Litre (1 Pt.) Of Boiling Water And 2 Gm. (1 Teaspoon) Of Salt. Alince The Spinach Finely As Soon As It Is Cooked Thoroughly, And (luring ...

Venous Hyperemia
Venous Hyperemia Venous Hypertemia (engorgement) Is Characterized By The Excessive Dilatation Of The Veins Of The Skin And The Engorgement Of Vciious Blood Occasioned By A Larger Supply Of Blood Than Can Be Carried Off. These Engorgements Are Caused By Anomalies Of The Circulation (cardiac Insuf Ficiency, Etc., Pressure Of ...

Verruce Warts
Verruc.e (warts! By Verrucm We Designate A Benign Circumscribed Keratosis Which Is Accompanied By An Elongation Of The Papilhe And Which Is Probably Infectious. In Children We Distinguish Verruca Vulgaris And Verruca Plans, Juvenilis. Verruca Vulgaris Is: A Hard; Flat Or Raised, Coarse Eminence Of The Skin Which Slowly Grows ...

Vulvovaginitis
Vulvovaginitis Practically The Most Important Clisease Of The Female Genital Appa Ratus Is The Inflammation Of The Mucous Membrane Of The Vulva And Vagina. It Is Only In The Last Two Decades That We Have Come To Realize Their Terrible Frequency. But The Experience Of The Last Few Years Has ...

Vulvovaginitis Of Other Etiology
Vulvovaginitis Of Other Etiology Epstein Describes A Catarrh Of The Female Genitals In The Newborn Which Is Part Of A Desquamation Process, Which Occurs In All The Mucous Membranes And Upon Their Apertures. This Catarrh Is Present In Fcutal Life And Continues Energetically After Birth In Consequence Of The Changed ...

Weaning
Weaning The Appearance Of The First Incisors, Generally At About The Seventh Month, Indicates That The Time Has Arrived When The Infant May Pass Gradually From The Exclusively Fluid Diet To Food Somewhat More Solid. Occasionally The Teeth Furnish The Immediate Cause For Weaning. If The Infant Bites The Nipples ...

Whooping Cough
Whooping-cough The First Description Of A. Whooping-cough Epidemic We Owe To Debaillou (157s) And In The Seventeenth Century Willis, Sydenham, And Others Recognized The Disease And Differentiated It From Those Symp Tomatologically Related To It. Whooping-cough Has Since Become An Affection Common To All Latitudes, With A Tendency To Assume ...

Xeroderma Pigmentosum
Xeroderma Pigmentosum (kaposi) Under The Name Of Xeroderma Pigmentosum, Kaposi Described In 1870 A Chronic Affection Of The Uncovered Parts Of The Skin Occurring Under The Influence Of The Rays Of The Sun, Which Leads To Pigmentation And Atrophy And Is Accompanied By The Formation Of Malignant Tumors. Clinical Brownish ...

Y Chronic Arthritis Cases
Cases Of Primap,y Chronic Arthritis The Disease Begins Subacutely Or Chronically, Without Or At Tended By More Or Less Severe Attacks Of Pain, And May Run A Sub Febrile Course. Centripetal Progression Starts From The Small Finger- Or Toe-joints. Sometimes The Knee And Elbow May Have Been Previously Attacked. Endocarditis ...

Yelitts
. Yelitts In The Present Conception Of Poliomyelitis It Is Doubtful Whether We Are Justified In Describing Myelitis In Childhood As A Nosologic Entity. The Difference, If There Be Any, Is Solely One Of Degree, Depending On Whether The Inflammation Involves The Vascular Domain Of The Entire Cross-section Of The ...