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Consciousness Reconsidered
Every word to utter from the writer involves the element of this life. Expand
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Experiments on pain referred from deep somatic tissues.
The patterns of deep somatic pain referral were studied with paravertebral injections of 6 per cent. saline solution from the occiput to the sacrum, five subjects being used for each intervertebralExpand
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Congenital anomalies of the larynx.
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Severe crushing injuries of the head are often fatal, but in those patients who survive this form of injury the absence or slight degree of concussion is usually a striking feature of the clinicalExpand
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Concepts of stroke before and after Virchow.
CoNTRARY to chronology, or the logic of first things first-but to nobody's surprisethe latest ideas about strokes are readily accessible, while much effort is needed to bridge the gap lying in theExpand
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Staggering gait in medical history
  • F. Schiller
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Annals of neurology
  • 1 January 1995
Drunkenness and senility were recognized early as the basis of a staggering gait. To these were added venereal excesses, hence syphilis. Medical and scientific concerns began to be focused onExpand
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Parkinsonian rigidity: the first hundred-and-one years 1817-1918.
  • F. Schiller
  • Biology, Medicine
  • History and philosophy of the life sciences
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Letters upon the Aesthetic Education of Man (1795-1796). Letter XV
In his famous Letters upon the Aesthetic Education, the German poet, playwright and philosopher suggested as early as 1795 that self-conscience, and therefore also liberty and morality, originated inExpand
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