3 edition of Observations and remarks on the putrid malignant sore-throat found in the catalog.
Observations and remarks on the putrid malignant sore-throat
|Statement||By a gentleman of the faculty.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 19732.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28,  p.|
|Number of Pages||28|
Medical Definition of Putrid throat. Medical Author: Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD; Coronavirus COVID Latest News and Information. Putrid throat: a historic term for a severely inflamed throat, with tissue destruction, and fetid odor, often due to strep throat (streptococcal pharyngitis) or diphtheria. A new inquiry into the causes, symptoms, and cure, of putrid and inflammatory fevers with an appendix on the hectic fever, and on the ulcerated and malignant sore throat. By William Fordyce, M.D. by: Fordyce, William, Sir,
AN ACCOUNT OF THE PUTRID SORE THROAT by Fothergill M.D., John and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Account Putrid Sore Throat - AbeBooks Passion for books. Kali-carb [Kali-c] Sensation of great dryness in throat, with occasional filling of throat with tenacious mucus that cause gagging; constant hawking; pain in throat when swallowing food; sore throat on left side, feels a bone there on empty swallowing, as if he had stick in throat (Kali bi, as if he had a hair on root of tongue); sticking pain.
1. Author(s): Johnstone,James, Title(s): A treatise on the malignant angina: or, putrid and ulcerous sore-throat, to which are added, some remarks on the angina trachealis/ by J. Johnstone. What does putrid sore throat mean? putrid sore throat is defined by the lexicographers at Oxford Dictionaries as Severe (especially bacterial or gangrenous) pharyngitis; specifically streptococcal pharyngitis or diphtheria.
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Get this from a library. Observations and remarks on the putrid, malignant sore-throat. [Hall Jackson]. Observations and remarks on the putrid malignant sore-throat: which has mortally raged for many years past.
Title(s): Observations and remarks on the putrid, malignant sore-throat [microform] / by a gentleman of the faculty. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Printed by John Melchor, The fever accompanying the malignant sore throat is more frequently of a typhoid or typhus character, and calls for those remedies best adapted for these fevers in their uncomplicated form.
Treatment Remedies, Aconite, Arsenicum, Belladonna, Conium, Lachesis, Mercurius, Nitric Acid, Pulsatilla, Rhus, Secale, and Sulphur.
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Symptoms. It begins with shivering, followed by heat and languor; oppression at the chest; nausea, vomiting, and often with purging; eyes inflamed and watery; cheeks of a deep red color; greater or less inflammation of the tonsils, and they secrete a thin, acrid discharge, sometimes excoriating the nose and lips; pulse weak and hardly perceptible, small and irregular; tongue white and moist; swallowing painful.
He does not think it to be croup, nor the putrid sore throat.” (Gallup, Joseph A., M.D. Sketches of Epidemic Diseases in the State of Vermontpp.
) Gray: “ there occurred an uncommon and excessive fall of rain during the early part of the year, which was succeeded by an equally uncommon and long continued drought. This non-toxigenic form does not cause diphtheria, although the patient may present with a mild sore throat but without the pharyngeal membranes.
The only way to tell if the patient has a toxigenic C. diphtheriae is to test the bacterium in the laboratory for the prescence of the toxin gene. Known by a host of other names, including quinsy, bladders of the windpipe, throat distemper, and putrid sore throat, diphtheria was recognized as a plague among the children.
It was more often reported among the New England colonies than the middle or southern, but two epidemics appear to have struck Philadelphia in and The incubation period (from infection to symptoms) for diphtheria is days, most typically days.
Diphtheria may also affect the skin and cause lesions. Skin wounds are characterized by a scaling rash, sores or by blisters which can occur anywhere on the body. Skin wounds may be painful, swollen and reddened.
The Lancet REMARKS ON CELLULITIS OF THE NECK (ANGINA LUDOVICI). RobertWilliam Parker ASSISTANT-SURGEON, EAST LONDON HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN. (Concluded from p. ) IT was reserved for the late Dr. Ludwig, of Stuttgart, to first accurately describe the most severe form of this inflam- mation-the by: 2.
Remarks on the theory and treatment of scarlet fever: with brief notices of the disease as it prevailed epidemically at Bridlington, in Humphry Sandwith Highley, - 48 pages. Inhe published a text on diphtheria, Observations and Remarks on the Putrid Malignant Sore-Throat.
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Book Reviews his excellent Life ofHarveyin the revised bibliography, particularly asit illuminates the notes ashore from naval ships with such infectious diseases as the "putrid, malignant orpestilential, petechial fevers", which, Huxham noted, was very different from the "slow nervous fever" the malignant ulcerous sore-throat became.
Original and Selected Communications from The New England Journal of Medicine — Putrid Sore Throat and Scarlet Fever. In epiglottitis the pharynx looks normal or a little red (but no putrid throat) instead the epiglottis looks cherry red, swollen and may obstruct the opening of the trachea.
In tonsillitis the tonsils are red and swollen and possibly covered in pus but they rarely swell enough to occlude the pharynx. Malignant sore throat synonyms, Malignant sore throat pronunciation, Malignant sore throat translation, English dictionary definition of Malignant sore throat.
See Angina, and under Putrid. See also: Sore. It is interesting for its account of instances of putrid or malignant sore throat among the cases of typhus, a phenomenon which had been first described in a famous essay by Fothergill for London inand after him by Le Cat for Rouen previous to .Fothergill makes a sensible remark, in endeavouring to account for the occasional transition of very mild into malignant forms of the [quot]Putrid Sore Throat.[quot] * 11 Whether this diversity in the sore throat * The work of Fothergill on 41 The Sore Throat, attended with Ulcers,[quot] and of Huxham, on [quot]The Malignant Ulcerous Sore Author: Gallwey.