2 edition of A treatise on the venereal distemper found in the catalog.
A treatise on the venereal distemper
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 7243, no.10).
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Signs and Symptoms of Distemper in Dogs Canine distemper causes symptoms in multiple body systems, including the gastrointestinal tract, respiratory tract, brain, and spinal cord. The appearance of symptoms and the course of distemper can be variable, ranging from very mild illness to fatal : Lianne Mcleod, DVM. Post by Caitlin Jukes, a current University of Glasgow PhD student researching in Microbiology. She has recently completed a three month BBSRC-funded placement in Special Collections working with the Glasgow Syphilis Collection. The Glasgow Syphilis Collection comprises circa early printed works on the disease, recently described in a Wellcome-funded project.
And here it may not be improper to introduce what M. Boerhaave says, in his treatise on the Disorders of the Nerves, that in the venereal ardor, all the nerves are affected, sometimes even to death. He mentions the example of a woman, who, after every coition, fell constantly into a pretty long fainting fit; and that of a man, who died in the. Canine distemper (CD) is caused by a paramyxovirus of genus Morbillivirus that is related to measles and rinderpest (Budd, ). There are several strains, including a ferret-adapted strain of canine distemper virus (CDV), that differ in incubation, clinical signs, and duration (Fox et al., b).
distemper [dis-tem´per] a name for several infectious diseases of animals, especially canine distemper, a highly fatal viral disease of dogs, marked by fever, loss of appetite, and a discharge from the nose and eyes. distemper (dĭs-tĕm′pər) n. 1. Any of various infectious diseases of animals, especially: a. canine distemper. b. feline. 1. Author(s): Desault,Pierre,; Andree,John,?, Title(s): A treatise on the venereal distemper: containing a method of curing it without salivation, danger, or great expence ; with two dissertations ; the first on madness from the bite of mad creatures ; the second on consumptions / by Pierre Desault ; translated from the French by John Andree, M.D. Country of.
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Page 7 - In like manner J. Hunter (On the Venereal Diseaxe, p. 13) says that wine and cordials given to the weak increase the action without giving real strength, and the powers of the body are afterwards sunk proportionally as they have been raised, by A treatise on the venereal distemper book nothing can be gained, but a great deal may be lost.
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Hunter found himself so frequently ill. A treatise of the venereal disease ; in six books: containing an account of the original, propagation, and contagion of this distemper in general: as also of the nature, cause, and cure of all venereal disorders in particular, whether local or universal: together with an abridgment of the several discourses, which have been written upon this subject from the first appearance of the venereal.
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Get this from a library. A treatise on the venereal distemper: containing a method of curing it without salivation, danger, or great expence. With two dissertations ; the first on madness from the bite of mad creatures ; the second on consumptions. With a Method of curing them radically.
By Pierre Desault, M.D. and Member of the College of Physicians of Bordeaux. Dedicated to Sir George Baker Apparently reprinted from the 2d London edition of Cf.
Austin Plates 1, 3, 4 and 5 engraved by James Thackara and John Vallance, plate 2 by James Trenchard and plate 6 by James Smither. Welcome back to Amboceptor’s exclusive, breaking coverage of Dr. John Marten’s Treatise of the Venereal Disease, a collection of medical science, anecdotes, rants, a few jokes, lots of letters between him and his patients and his colleagues — a long and rambling work, as books tended to be at the time.
Today, we’ll go through some of Dr. Marten’s best passages on the subject of. Author of Dissertation sur les maladies venerienes, Dissertations de medecine, Dissertations sur les maladies veneriennes, Dissertation sur la goutte, Dissertation sur les maladies veneriennes, Dissertation sur les maladies venerienes, A treatise on the venereal distemper, A treatise on the venereal distemper, containing a method of curing it without salivation, danger, or great expense.
A treatise of venereal diseases in nine books; containing an account of the origin, propagation, and contagion of this distemper. Together with a short abstract of the lives of the authors who have wrote on those diseases, and a list of their works. Treatise on the venereal disease Author(s): Hunter, John, Contributor(s): Currie, William,editor Cist, Charles,printer Publication: Philadelphia: Printed by Charles Cist, in Race-Street, between Front and Second-Streets, MDCCLXXXVII  Language(s): English Format: Text Subject(s): Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
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” (Bordeaux:Paris: ). It was granted an imprimatur by Andry and was translated by John Andree as A Treatise on the Venereal Distemper with Two Dissertations: The First on Madness from the Bite of Mad Creatures; The Second on Consumptions (London: ).Author: Margaret DeLacy.
Notitia venatica: a treatise on fox-hunting: embracing the general management of hounds and the diseases of dogs: including distemper and rabies, also kennel lameness, its cause and cure / Title Variants: Alternative: Treatise on fox-hunting. Vyner, Robert T. (Robert Thomas), Book Edition: New Ed., Rev., Corr., And Enl.
London; Sherwood, Neely and Jones. 'THE SECOND EDITION', with additions. Octavo, pp + 5 of 6 plates. Original half calf over marbled sides; some wear and rubbing to covers, discreetly rebacked, neat repair to lower portion of plate I not affecting image.
A serviceable copy of this landmark work. The eminent surgeon John Hunter, best known for this treatise on sexually transmitted. A treatise on venereal disease (Part IV: Venereal Disease and Treatment) by Mike Finally, in the fourth part of our five-part series on Dr.
John Marten’s Treatise of the Venereal Disease, it’s time to mention venereal disease itself. Treatise of the Venereal Disease, in Six Books: Containing an Account of the Ori Treatise of the.
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Canine distemper is acute and highly contagious, affecting dogs, foxes, wolves, mink, raccoons, and ferrets. Most untreated cases are fatal. Infected animals are best treated with prompt injections of serum globulins; secondary infections.
Sudoc Catalogue:: Livre / BookA treatise of venereal diseases, [Ressource électronique]: in nine books; containing an account of the origin, propagation, and contagion of this distemper. As also of the Nature, Cause, and Cure of all Venereal Disorders, whether Local or Universal.
Together with a short abstract of the lives of the authors who have wrote on those diseases, and a list of. Distemper definition ata free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!He contributed papers to the medical journals, and translated Ricord's notes to "Hunter's Treatise on the Venereal Diseases" (Philadelphia, ), and Cullerier's "Atlas of Venereal Diseases" ().
"Pathology and Treatment of Venereal Diseases" () is his most important work. Ina young child in Kingston, N.H., came down with a cold and all of New England would get sick. The Great Throat Distemper of to was one of the greatest epidemics ever to terrify New England.
The disease, which modern physicians recognize as .