Curiosities of Medical Experience

Curiosities of Medical Experience

by J.G. Millingen
     
 

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Curiosities of Medical Experience by J. G. Millingen, M.D., M.A., Surgeon to the Forces; Resident Physician of the County of Middlesex Pauper Lunatic Asylum at Hanwell; Member of the Medical Society of the Ancient Faculty of Paris; of the Medical Society of Bordeaux; and Author of “The Army Medical Officer’s Manual,” etc.

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Curiosities of Medical Experience by J. G. Millingen, M.D., M.A., Surgeon to the Forces; Resident Physician of the County of Middlesex Pauper Lunatic Asylum at Hanwell; Member of the Medical Society of the Ancient Faculty of Paris; of the Medical Society of Bordeaux; and Author of “The Army Medical Officer’s Manual,” etc.

Second Edition.

Revised and Considerably Augmented.

In One Volume.

Contents
Chapter 1. Obesity.
Chapter 2. Dwarfs.
Chapter 3. Gigantic Races.
Chapter 4. Unlawful Cures.
Chapter 5. Voice And Speech.
Chapter 6. Ecstatic Exaltation.
Chapter 7. Varieties Of Mankind.
Chapter 8. On The Inhumation Of The Dead In Cities.
Chapter 9. Buried Alive.
Chapter 10. Spontaneous Combustion.
Chapter 11. Brassica Eruca, Or The Rocket Plant.
Chapter 12. Cagliostro.
Chapter 13. Lunar Influence On Human Life And Diseases.
Chapter 14. Spectacles.
Chapter 15. Leeches.
Chapter 16. Somnambulism.
Chapter 17. Medical Powers Of Music.
Chapter 18. The Food Of Mankind. Its Use And Abuse.
Chapter 19. Influence Of Imagination.
Chapter 20. Ancient Ideas Of Phrenology.
Chapter 21. Perfumes.
Chapter 22. Love Philters And Potions.
Chapter 23. Ventriloquism.
Chapter 24. Chaucer’s Description Of A Physician. The Doctor Of Physic.
Chapter 25. Dæmonomania.
Chapter 26. The Plague.
Chapter 27. Abstinence.
Chapter 28. Poison Of The Upas, Or Ipo.
Chapter 29. Homophagous And Polyphagous.
Chapter 30. Causes Of Insanity.
Chapter 31. Leprosy.
Chapter 32. The Aspic.
Chapter 33. Selden’s Comparison Between A Divine, A Statesman, And A Physician.
Chapter 34. The Lettuce.
Chapter 35. Medical Fees.
Chapter 36. Enthusiasm.
Chapter 37. Medicinal Effects Of Water.
Chapter 38. Proverbs And Sayings Regarding Health And Disease.
Chapter 39. The Night-Mare.
Chapter 40. Incubation Of Diseases.
Chapter 41. Quackery And Charlatanism.
Chapter 42. On The Use Of Tea.
Chapter 43. Mandragore.
Chapter 44. Barber-Surgeons, And The Progress Of Chirurgical Art.
Chapter 45. On Dreams.
Chapter 46. On Flagellation.
Chapter 47. On Life And The Blood.
Chapter 48. Of The Homoeopathic Doctrines.
Chapter 49. Doctrine Of Signatures.
Chapter 50. Coffee.
Chapter 51. Aqua Tophania.
Chapter 52. Plica Polonica And Human Hair.
Chapter 53. Animal Magnetism.
Chapter 54. Poisonous Fishes.
Chapter 55. Memory And The Mental Faculties.
Chapter 56. Affections Of The Sight.
Chapter 57. Hellebore.
Chapter 58. Sympathies And Antipathies.
Chapter 59. The Archeus Of Van Helmont.
Chapter 60. Monsters.
Chapter 61. Longevity.
Chapter 62. Cretinism.
Chapter 63. Temperaments.
Chapter 64. Solar Influence.
Chapter 65. Sweating Fever.
Chapter 66. Smallpox.
Chapter 67. Generative Animalcules.
Chapter 68. Circulation Of The Blood.
Chapter 69. Drunkenness.
Chapter 70. Decapitation.
Chapter 71. Mummies.
Chapter 72. Hydrophobia.
Chapter 73. On The Rise And Progress Of The Science Of Medicine.
Chapter 74. Medicine Of The Chinese.
Chapter 75. Experiments On Living Animals.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013926240
Publisher:
Denise Henry
Publication date:
03/07/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
688 KB

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