Image from page 455 of “Annals of hygiene” (1896)

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Image from page 455 of “Annals of hygiene” (1896)
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Title: Annals of hygiene
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Pennsylvania. State Board of Health
Subjects: Hygiene Public Health
Publisher: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press [etc.]

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do.—Boston Medical amd Surgical Jouryial. Poisoning by Flutes. Dr. J. H. Smith, in a paper read at a meeting of the Homoe-opathic Medical Society of Massachusetts, reports several casesof flute-poisoning. Grenadille, or cocus wood, has for manyyears been employed in the manufacture of this musical instru-ment, inasmuch as it gives a brilliant and powerful sound, whichmellows and becomes more flexible with the age of the instru-ment. Dr. Smith says, There is most trustworthy testimonyfrom Germany, England, and America to the fact that cocuswood, and no other material, is found by certain susceptible flu-tists capable of producing serious irritation of the lip, necessitat-ing the use of a crescent-shaped silver or gold lip-plate, shellacedto the mouth-hole or embrasure. The author describes themalady as a lip excessively swollen, extremely red, with largeblotches covered by vesicles. Relief is had by the application ofa mild solution of nitrate of lead in water.—Popular ScienceNews.

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Backache. It has never been in evidence why a womans backache shouldgenerally be attributed to pelvic disease. Men have backaches,and they are not uniformly attributed to genito-urinary trouble.It seems that the practitioner might treat the owner of a backacheas a patient, not as a woman.—Kansas City Medical Index. ^New Process of Sterilizing: Manuscripts, Books, etc. Articles that cannot be exposed to a high temperature canbe treated with the gas formed from formic aldehyde by a newprocess, described at a late meeting of the Academic des Sciences,and reported in full in the Gazette Medicate de Liege of Febru-ary 27. The gas can be generated in another room and broughtin through a tube. This process avoids the inconveniences ofHofmanns, and is much less expensive. Sanitation in tlie Sixteentli Century. We read in the Ayinales de la Societe Medico-Chirurgie deLiege, February, 1896, that the city of Lyons, France, possessseda bureau of health three hundred years ago, which was a model

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Image from page 223 of “An illustrated encyclopædic medical dictionary. Being a dictionary of the technical terms used by writers on medicine and the collateral sciences, in the Latin, English, French and German languages” (1890)
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Title: An illustrated encyclopædic medical dictionary. Being a dictionary of the technical terms used by writers on medicine and the collateral sciences, in the Latin, English, French and German languages
Year: 1890 (1890s)
Authors: Foster, Frank Pierce, 1841-1911
Subjects: Medicine
Publisher: New York, D. Appleton

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sseparated and used as a part of lewah (g. v.). [B, 5,18,121 (a, 35).] PASSIFL,OKA(Lat.),n.f. Pa»s(pas)-si-floras. Frompassio,passion, and .^s, a flower. Fr., passiflore, grenadille. Oer., Pas-sionsbluTne, Passion-flower; the typical genus of the Passiflora-cece, or Passijtorce (of Sprengel, a division of the Cucurbitaceoe),or PassifioreoB^ or Passijloraceoe^ or Passifiorece veroe (of Keicben-bach a section of the Granadillece), or Passiflorincs (of Eichler, anorder [cohort] of the Caliciflorce), or Passiflorinece (of Brongniart, aclass of perigynous Dialypetalce). [B, 48,121, 170 (o, 35).]—P. ala-ta. Fr., passiflore ailee, A species growing in Peru and Brazil.The root has the poisonous properties of P. mmdrangularis. Theleaves are used, with aloes, in marasmus. tB, 173,180, 367, 314 (a.35).]—P. cserulea. Fr., passiflore (ou grenadille) bleue, culofte deSuisse^ fleur de la passion^ grenadille. Ger., gemeine (Oder blaue)Passionsblume. Common blue passion-flower; a native of Brazil

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PASSIFLOBA CfflRULEA. [A, 327.] and the West Indies. The fruit is used as a febrifuge, and thefleshy aril attached to the seed is eaten. [B, 173,180,267,275 (o, 35).]—P. capsularis. A species resembling P. rubra^ found in theCaribbean Islands and (Juiana, where it is used as an eramenagogue.[B, 180, 267 (a, 35).]—P. coccinea. Fr., passiflore icarlate (ou dgrappes). Ger., scharlachrothe Passionsblume. A species indige-nous to Guiana and Brazil, and cultivated in the Antilles. Thepulp of the fruit is used to prepare a febrifuge drinlt and an agree-able medicinal syrup. [B, 173, 180, 267, 814 (a, 36).]—P. con-trayerva. A Mexican species. The root is used in snalce-bites,constipation, incipient dropsy, etc. [B, 180, 267 (o, 35).]—P. dic-tamus. Sp., dtctamo real, itamo real [Mex. Ph.]. A speciesfound in the warm regions of Mexico. The decoction is used as apectoral. [Proc. of the Am. Pharm. Assoc, xxiv, p. 775 (a, 50).]—P. eduUs. Ft., passiflore comestible. Edible-fruited passion

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Image from page 201 of “Emblemes sacrez svr le tres-saint et tresadorable sacrement de l’evcharistie” (1667)
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Title: Emblemes sacrez svr le tres-saint et tresadorable sacrement de l’evcharistie
Year: 1667 (1660s)
Authors: Chesneau, Augustin
Subjects: Emblems
Publisher: Paris, F. Lambert

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es lar-mes de componction. Le Baume adoucit les friiïbns,de la fièvre , le facré Viatique nous délivre desfriiïbns ôc des horreurs de lagonie ; le Baumeguérit les nerfs retirez, le faint Sacrement diffipeles rigueurs de lefprit de vengeance , ôc porteà la douceur Pour le faire court, le Sauueur defilisles Autels veut eftre traitté auec vue pure té deChriftal, il y detefte la dureté dvn cœur de fer,que faint Bernard dit , ne pouuoir souurîr par lacontrition , ne pouuoir samollir par la pieté , nepouuoireftre efmeu parles prières, que les menacesne peuuentfaire, ployçr, êç que les chaftimens en-durcirent, qui ne fe relîouuient que des injures , quine remarqué & nimprime dans fa mémoire, que eequi loffènce , & qui na depreuoyance, que pourlà recherche des moyens de perdre fes ennemis. i Emhlenm^ucharijliqms.EMBLEME XCI. La Grenadille d*înde, admirable four les marquesquelle forte de la Pajfion de Noftre Seigneur, HJiuiJïcai ftvnv vuul côcpred^rriortld

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9*- SOV RCE DE LEMBLEME. LA fleur trouuée dans les Indes , dite la Grenadilleon fleur de la Fafïïon, a quelques- vnes de Tes par-ties femb labiés à la Croix, à la colomne^à kcouroru-ne dEpines 3 aux cinq playes 5 aux trois doux, & à laJançe ? inftrumens de la Paiïïpn du Sauueur du monde. Emllemes Mucharifliquef. iSfEXPLICATION. LE fouuenir des fouffirances, 8c de la mort de laCroix ayant efté la plus agréable penfée, qui aieoccupé lEfprit de Noftre Rédempteur, depuis le mo-ment de fa conception, jufquau dernier foûpir de famourante vie; il la voulu perpétuer fur terre, 8c nousa pour cet effet laifle dans les ordres de la natrreScdelà grâce, les veftiges de fa Paflion, Dans la nature,il nous a faitnaiftre cette incomparable Fleur, le fujet4e nos admirations,qui eft plûtoft vne yiue expreflïonquvne fïmple figure de la mort 8c des fouffrancesde eeluy que le Sage appelle par excellence la Fleurdu Champ : Dans Tordre de la grâce , il eft encormieux cette Fleur d

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