3 edition of Case histories in diseases of women found in the catalog.
Case histories in diseases of women
Charles M. Green
Later edition published under title: Diseases of women.
|Statement||by Charles M. Green ... with 11 full-page plates, one cut and 25 charts in the text.|
|Series||[The case history series]|
|LC Classifications||RG106 .G7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 477 p.|
|Number of Pages||477|
|LC Control Number||15025090|
Case Studies Search For intervention information relevant to specific symptoms of diagnoses, please select symptoms and diagnoses that are most descriptive of your case. A commulative list of related case studies will display below the search options. This new, revised, updated and expanded edition of our previous book A Handbook of Menstrual Diseases in Chinese Medicine is both a textbook for use by students and a comprehensive clinical manual for practitioners treating women with any type of menstrual disease.
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Case Study: Prostitution. We can learn a great deal about women’s history from studying women in a particular situation. Discussion of prostitution, a topic that has long excited widespread interest, incorporates ethnographic, historical, philosophical, medical, religious, and sociological elements and can tell us much about different societies’ attitudes toward women. The proband is a year-old man with a 2-year history of progressive symptoms including gait disturbance, hyperreflexia, muscle weakness, skeletal muscle atrophy, spasticity, and upper motor neuron dysfunction consistent with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Additionally, an abnormality of the cerebral white matter was seen on MRI.
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This is the best book out of all Dr. Hulda's books that I have read so far. A couple of reasons I say that are, it's the most recently revised (if you get the kindle version) and had + pages of health projects you can choose to verify and validate on your body/5().
In the following case, discussed by Dr. Homer Bostwick, author of A Treatise on the Nature and Treatment of Seminal Diseases, Impotency and Other Kindred Affections, in its eighth edition inwe meet such a woman, who presents herself as so inflamed by passion she fears she might go crazy.
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[Charles M Green]. This is the best book out of all Dr. Hulda's books that I have read so far. A couple of reasons I say that are, it's the most recently revised (if you get the kindle version) and had + pages of health projects you can choose to verify and validate on your body/5.
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Appendix D Detailed Case Histories. The following five detailed case histories of specific cases of actual and alleged research misconduct are included in an appendix to raise key issues and impart lessons that underlie the committee’s findings and recommendations without breaking up the flow of the report.
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A comprehensive questionnaire was prepared and the interviews were taken by the volunteers of Istari Sehat Sabhas (Women Health Groups) - a village level NGO.
The responses were classified into discrete categories to enable quantitative analysis. Case in point: A woman who consumed a 1-pound box of baking soda a day, both before and during her pregnancy, developed serious muscle and heart conditions, according to a report published in the.
The object of this book, the third volume of the Case History Series is to set forth in practical form the fundamental facts regarding the symptomatology, diagnosis, treatment and pathologic findings in the more frequent disorders of the nervous system.A perusal of the case histories leads one to.
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A collaborative effort among scientists, clinicians, and public health workers is needed to combat emerging by: 4. To the Editor:— II intend to publish in book form a collection of subjective case histories written by physicians, if a sufficient number of suitable contributions can be obtained. The response of patients to disease is essentially second hand knowledge, since it is Author: Max Pinner.
Written with non-Western practitioners in mind, it contains not only summaries of Western terminology, prognosis, preventive care, treatments, and side effects for 28 cardiovascular conditions, but as well thorough discussions of acumoxa therapy, pattern discrimination and treatment plans, Chinese herbal medicine case histories, and up-to-date.
This case illustrates how important it is to get to the bottom of a thyroid problem. It is important to find out exactly why the thyroid gland is malfunctioning and address the cause.
In Karen’s case the cause was autoimmune disease and that is the issue in many cases. This is a collection of case studies to help you get an insight on the typical history and initial examination of various ophthalmic disorders. The discussion, although brief, is intended to give you a simple overview of each disease.
The questions at the end of each case are a good review for M3 Ophthalmology rotation final examination. The Cure for all Diseases With Many Case Histories of diabetes, high blood pressure, seizures, chronic fatigue syndrome, migraines, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, and others showing that all of these can be simply investigated and cured.
Hulda Regehr Clark, Ph.D.,N.D. NEW RESEARCH FINDINGS show that all diseases. However, this has not always been the case: until the early nineteenth century physicians thought of diseases in quite different terms.
The modern quest for causes of disease can be seen as a single Lakatosian research programme. One can track the rise and elaboration of Price: $. Case Histories in Diseases of Women, Including Abnormalities of Pregnancy, Labor, and Puerperium: A Clinical Study of Pathological Conditions Characteristic of the Five Periods of Woman's Life: Green, Charles Montraville: : LibrosFormat: Pasta blanda.However, this has not always been the case: until the early nineteenth century physicians thought of diseases in quite different terms.
The modern quest for causes of disease can be seen as a single Lakatosian research programme. One can track the rise and elaboration of .Case histories. One significant portion of the corpus is made up of case histories. Books I and III of Epidemics contain forty-two case histories, of which 60% (25) ended in the patient's death.
Nearly all of the diseases described in the Corpus are endemic diseases: colds, consumption, pneumonia, etc.