The Nature and Treatment of Gout and Rheumatic Gout

Walton and Maberly, 1863 - 618 páginas
Prince Mainichi and Princess Ichinichi are visited by a rude dwarf, who inflicts upon them evil and dangerous games before revealing his true self.

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Página 50 - The victim goes to bed and sleeps in good health. About two o'clock in the morning he is awakened by a severe pain in the great toe; more rarely in the heel, ankle, or instep. This pain is like that of a dislocation, and yet the parts feel as if cold water were poured over them. Then follow chills and shivers, and a little fever. The pain, which was at first moderate, becomes more intense. With its intensity the chills and shivers increase.
Página 52 - As the fit goes off, the foot itches intolerably, most between the toes; the cuticle scales off, and the feet desquamate, as if venomed. The disease being disposed of, the vigour and appetite of the patient return, and this in proportion to the violence of the last fits. In the same proportion the next fit either comes on or keeps off. Where one attack has been sharp, the next will take place that time next year — not earlier.
Página 530 - What are those little hard knobs, about the size of a small pea, which are frequently seen upon the fingers, particularly a little below the top, near the joint?
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Página 251 - There is no truth in medicine better established than the fact that the use of fermented liquors is the most powerful of all the predisposing causes of gout ; nay, so powerful, that it may be a question whether gout would ever have been known to mankind had such beverages not been indulged in.
Página 50 - Now it is a violent stretching and tearing of the ligaments — now it is a gnawing pain, and now a pressure and tightening. So exquisite and lively meanwhile is the feeling of the part affected, that it cannot bear the weight of the bedclothes nor the jar of a person walking in the room.
Página 2 - For humble individuals like myself, there is one poor comfort, which is this, viz., that gout, unlike any other disease, kills more rich men than poor, more wise men than simple. Great kings, emperors, generals, admirals, and philosophers have all died of gout. Hereby Nature shows her impartiality, since those whom she favours in one way she afflicts in another.
Página 51 - Next day (perhaps for the next two or three days), if the generation of the gouty matter have been abundant, the part affected is painful, getting worse towards evening and better towards morning. A few days after, the other foot swells, and suffers the same pains. The pain in the latter regulates the state of the one first attacked, for the more acutely it is tortured the more perfect is the abatement of suffering and the return of strength in the other. Nevertheless, there is a repetition in the...
Página 389 - Colchicum may often be given with advantage to gouty subjects as a cholagogue in lieu of the preparations of mercury.

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