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" The effects of remedies on a disease, if accurately observed, form the most important part of its history: they are like chemical tests, frequently detecting important differences in objects, which previously appeared exactly similar. "
The Medico-chirurgical Review - 第 302 頁
1829
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The New-York Medical and Physical Journal, 第 9 卷

1830
...nature and treatment of the disease. This argument is smartly disputed by Dr. Gooch, who insists that the effects of remedies on a disease, if accurately...objects which previously appeared exactly similar." He instances syphilis and pseudo-syphilis, nervous pains of feeble and bloodless persons, &c., as examples...
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Commentaries, Principally on Some Diseases of Females which are in Their ...

Marshall Hall - 1830 - 266 頁
...blood, becomes a source of diagnosis of cases similar in their general aspect. Dr. Gooch observes, " the effects of remedies on a disease, if accurately...objects which previously appeared exactly similar." * Dr. Gooch and myself have alike cautioned the young physician against mistaking some of the morbid...
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medico-chururgical transactions

7medico-chirurgical transactions - 1830
...of remedies on a disease," he remarks " if accurately observed, form the most important part of the history. They are like chemical tests, frequently...objects which previously appeared exactly similar. Symptoms and dissection," he adds, "can never do more than suggest probabilities about the nature of...
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The Transylvania Journal of Medicine, and the Associate Sciences, 第 5 卷

John Esten Cooke, Charles Wilkins Short - 1832
...would be more conclusive evidence of a difference between these cases, than the symptoms and morbid appearances were of their identity. The effects of...there in which the symptoms are inadequate guides : incases apparently syphilitic and apparently similar, some as soon as mercury affects the month,...
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London Medical Gazette: Or, Journal of Practical Medicine, 第 9 卷

1832
...blood, becomes a source of diagnosis of cases similar in their general aspect. Or. Gooch observes, " the effects of remedies on a disease, if accurately...objects which previously appeared exactly similar*. Dr. Gooch and myself have alike cautioned the young physician against mistaking some of the morbid...
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The Cyclopædia of Practical Medicine: Comprising Treatises on the ..., 第 2 卷

Sir John Forbes, Alexander Tweedie, John Conolly - 1833
...effects of remedies on a disease," he says, " if accurately observed, form the most important part of the history. They are like chemical tests, frequently...objects which previously appeared exactly similar. Symptoms and dissections can never do more than suggest probabilities about the nature of a disease...
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The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, 第 49 卷

1838
...Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol. xlv. p. 218. Dr Lee disapproves of a remark made by Dr Gooch, that " the effects of remedies on a disease, if accurately...observed, form the most important part of its history." The remark is perhaps too unqualified, but, as respects the commencement of an epidemic, it is practically...
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The library of medicine, arranged and ed. by A. Tweedie

Library - 1841
...pointed out its true characters by the nature of the remedies which proved successful in relieving it. " The effects of remedies on a disease, if accurately...frequently detecting important differences in objects which were previously exactly similar. How many diseases are there in which the symptoms are inadequate guides?...
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The Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine: Comprising Treatises on the ..., 第 2 卷

Sir John Forbes, Alexander Tweedie, John Conolly - 1845
...effects of remedies on a disease," he says, " if accurately observed, form the most important part of the history. They are like chemical tests, frequently...objects which previously appeared exactly similar* Symptoms and dissections can never do more than suggest probabilities about the nature of a disease...
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Medical Times, 第 23 卷

1851
...striking confirmation of the diagnosis of the displacement ; for^ as the late Dr. Gooch well observed, " the effects of remedies on a disease, if accurately...objects which previously appeared exactly similar." A further confirmation was gained by Mr. Renwick gently raising the uterus by means of the uterine...
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