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Lancet-Clinic Volume 112, No. 9 downloadPDF, EPUB, MOBI

Lancet-Clinic Volume 112, No. 9 downloadPDF, EPUB, MOBI

Lancet-Clinic Volume 112, No. 9 by Books Group

Lancet-Clinic Volume 112, No. 9
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Author: Books Group
Page Count: 34 pages
Published Date: 01 Mar 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781130921274
File Name: Lancet-Clinic.Volume.112,.No..9.pdf
Download Link: Lancet-Clinic Volume 112, No. 9
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 Excerpt: ...once as a result of the presence of a foreign body in the occipital nerve, and others as due to caries of the teeth or disease of the pharynx. Prognosis is usually good, even though the spasm occurs at intervals of months and years. Treatment: If any source of irritation can be found it should be removed. If the spasms occur in conjunction with that of the orbicularis oris and is followed by a weakness of the tongue and face as in Remak's case, a cortical origin should be looked for. Remak's cases yielded to the use of iodide of potassium in eight days. In the majority of instances the underlying hysteria or neurasthenia calls for appropriate treatment. Tic of the tongue as an isolated condition rarely occurs, but should be treated according to the methods of Oppenheim, Brissaud, Meige and Feindel and Pitres. Surgical treatment has been resorted to in violent cases, and success in Lange's case followed a unilateral resection of the hypoglossal nerve. Spasms of the Muscles of the Trunk and Extremities.--There is hardly a muscle or group of muscles of the trunk or extremities which have not been reported as having been the seat of isolated and idiopathic spasms. Wernicke has applied the name of spasm-neurosis to cases which he has described, in which many of the muscles of the body were subject to spasms. The muscles of the feet and more especially those of the calves of the legs are especially predisposed to localized spasms. The majority of individuals suffering from spasms of these groups of muscles are neurotic, neurasthenic, hysterical or parasthenic. Intoxication and disturbances of the biochemical mechanism of the body are often at play. Chronic alcoholic individuals are especially prone to calf spasms during the night. They also occur in lead poisonin...

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