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" ... no morbid appearances were discovered after death, in the brain. These cases, if fair specimens of puerperal insanity, lead straight to the conclusion that the disease is not one of congestion or inflammation, but one of excitement without power."1... "
The Medico-chirurgical Review - Страница 364
1829
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An account of some of the most important diseases peculiar to women

Robert Gooch - 1829
...congestion, and after one of those enormous bleedings commonly practised in these cases, and no morbid appearances were discovered after death in the brain....these picked cases, selected to prove a point, and forming a small proportion to those of another character? Their very number gives the negative to this...

London Journal of Medicine: A Monthly Record of the Medical Sciences ..., Том 3

1851
...cases, and no morbid appearances were discovered after death in the brain". Dr. Gooch then observes : " These cases, if fair specimens of puerperal insanity,...congestion or inflammation, but one of excitement without power".1 Of the correctness of this conclusion there cannot, I apprehend, be a doubt. As far as it...

On the diseases of women

Fleetwood Churchill - 1857 - 683 страници
...congestion), and after one of those enormous bleedings commonly practised in these cases, and no morbid appearances were discovered after death, in the brain....congestion or inflammation, but one of excitement without power."1 Add to this, that Esquirol found no traces of cerebral inflammation upon most careful examination....

On the Diseases of Women: Including Those of Pregnancy and Childbed

Fleetwood Churchill - 1857 - 768 страници
...commonly practised in these cases, and no morbid appearances were Midwifery, p. 619. 744 PUEKFKRAL MASÍA. discovered after death, in the brain. These cases,...inflammation, but one of excitement without power."* Add to this, that Esquirol found no traces of cerebral inflammation upon most careful examination....

Gooch on some of the most important diseases peculiar to women c. 2

Robert Gooch - 1859 - 235 страници
...congestion, and after one of those enormous bleedings commonly practised in these cases, and no morbid appearances were discovered after death in the brain....these picked cases, selected to prove a point, and forming a small proportion to those of another character ? Their very number gives the negative to...

On the Theory and Practice of Midwifery

Fleetwood Churchill - 1860 - 621 страници
...congestion i, a-jd after one of those enormous bleedings commonly practised in these cases, mid no morbid appearances were discovered after death, in the brain....congestion or inflammation, but one of excitement without power."1 Add to this, that Esquirol found no traces of cerebral inflammation upon most careful examination....

A System of midwifery

William Leishman - 1873 - 835 страници
...modification of phrenitis; but modern experience thoroughly corroborates the view which was taken by Gooch, "that the disease is not one of congestion or inflammation, but one of excitement without power" — an opinion which derives most ample confirmation from the narrative which he gives, in his admirable...

Text Book of Modern Midwifery

Rodney Glisan - 1881 - 639 страници
...organ, and assert that when inflammation exists it is only a complication. They believe with Gooch, " that the disease is not one of congestion or inflammation, but one of excitement without power." While another party think that many of the severe cases of mania arise from congestion or inflammation,...

The Cincinnati Lancet-clinic, Том 61

1889
...mistaken identity are of favorable omen. Simpson reasoning upon the pathological basis of Gooch, viz., that " The disease is not one of congestion or inflammation, but one of excitement without power," strongly recommends the application of a blister to the nucha when the disease does not leave off within...

The Epitome: A Monthly Retrospect of American Practical Medicine and ..., Том 5

1884
...Davis, are of the opinion that puerperal insanity is of inflammatory origin. Gooch, however, maintains that the disease is not one of congestion or inflammation, but one of excitement without power. disease. Indeed, it seems altogether probable that it is only a functional, and not an organic derangement."...




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