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On some diseases in which albuminous urine occurs

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Published by printed by J. Stark in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Albuminuria

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    Statementby Thomas Williamson
    ContributionsRoyal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p.
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26249318M

    Full text of "A Practical Treatise on Urinary and Renal Diseases: Including Urinary Deposits" See other formats.


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On some diseases in which albuminous urine occurs by Thomas Williamson Download PDF EPUB FB2

This disagreement does not prevent me from according to Dr. Martin Solon's book the authority which it merits since it contains a host of interesting facts, some relating to diverse anatomical forms of Bright's disease, to the existence of albuminous urine in some cases of heart disease without renal lesions, and in some cases of intermittent Cited by: 1.

In part two, where patients with albuminous urine and abnormal kidneys are discussed, Cotugno is accredited with the first description of albumin in the urine inbut Rayer surprisingly disagrees with his theory that albumin could leak through the kidney into the urine.

ALBUMINOUS URINE (ALBUMINURIA), Means the presence of albumen in the urine, the mi­ croscope revealing “spherical, epithelial cells and granular matter.” It is usually the result of cold, injuries, errors of diet, such as too poor or too rich food and congestion or.

back and loins stiff; some fever. In severe cases there are rigors, accelerated respiration, loud puffing at nostrils, anxious countenance, small, quick pulse, disinclination to move, pain in turning, and usually constipation. Fig. Positions assumed when suffering from Albuminous Urine.

Remedy.—When it arises from other than kidney dis­. The symptoms are, first, in many cases, chilliness, followed by fever, some pain in the loins and across the lower part of the spine, scanty high colored and albuminous urine, and in a day or two dropsy, or watery effusion under the skin, beginning beneath the lower eyelids or in the organs of generation, but soon becoming general over the.

Transcriber's note: Minor typos have been corrected and footnotes moved to the end of the sections. The images for the plates are thumbnails that take you to a larger version of the image. Department of Agriculture, Washington, Ma This edition of the Special Report on Diseases of the.

Although Adonis vernalis has been used for quite a long time in homeopathy, it is actually rather a phytotherapeutic than a homeopathic remedy. On the Diseases of the Kidney: Their Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment; with an Introductory Chapter on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Kidney Sir George Johnson J.W.

Parker and son, - Kidney. In many acute diseases, albuminous urine is secreted with an excess of lithic acid, and lithate of ammonia. Albumen is sometimes found with sugar in diabetic urine; it always occurs in hemorrhage into and inflammation of the urinary passages, in hyperaemia, nephritis, etc.

Nephrotic syndrome is a nonspecific disorder in which the kidneys are damaged, causing them to leak large amounts of protein (proteinuria at least grams per day per m 2 body surface area) from the blood into the urine. Nephrotic syndrome is a set of signs or symptoms that may point to kidney problems.

ADONIS VERNALIS is Homeopathic Remedy. The Characteristic symptoms by George Vitholcus are: Adonis Vernalis has been used for quite a long time in homeopathy, it is actually rather a phytotherapeutic than a homeopathic of these remedies – just like Adonis Vernalis are mainly prescribed in very low potencies, or in the mother tincture.

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Full text of "The examination of the urine of the horse and man" See other formats ®l|. E B. Bill iCtbrara Nortlj (Earaltna i'talp ^a This book was presented by MILTON M. LEONARD, D.V.M. TO THE VETERINARY MEDICAL LIBRARY This book is due on the date indicated below and is subject to an overdue fine as posted at the circulation desk.

It is recognised, however, that the protein molecule and the intestinal juices are liable to putrefaction in the intestinal canal, with the production of fatty acids, ptomaines, and leucomaines (with their secondary products of decomposition, neurin and muscarin), and many aromatic bodies of the nature of phenol, indol, skatol, etc.

Indol, in particular, is the result of the microbic. It occurs also in some general diseases in which the blood is greatly altered, in acute yellow atrophy of the liver, in some fevers, in pernicious anaemia, and in some other forms of anaemia.

It has been produced artificially by confining animals in an over-heated space for thirty-six hours (Cohnheim). Such diseases occur in barbarous as well as in civilized women; and similar diseases, peculiar to the female, occur in the lower animals. Thus, in the cow and the mare we find tumors of the vagina, prolapse of the vagina and uterus, fibroid tumors, sarcoma and cancer of the uterus, and some.

a chapter from an unpublished book on diagnosis in children fernandes figueira m.d. ex-assistant of the pediatrics clinic in the faculty of rio de janeiro. THE functions of the urinary system are in full operation at the time of birth, because it is then organically complete, notwithstanding the anatomical peculiarities with which it is endowed Author: Fernandes Figueira.

before breakfast-but after food and exercise. Albuminous urine is usually morecopiously so after foodandexercise; and youwill some-times find that, whiletheurine beforebreakfast is quite free from albu-men, that which is secreted after a meal-is decidedly and even copi-ously albuminous.

In some cases, exercise has even more influenceCited by: As for camel’s urine, the book suggests that it has numerous uses which are beneficial for man. This is indicated by the Prophetic texts & confirmed by modern science.

albuminous proteins & small amounts of uric acid, sodium & creatine. which proves the efficacy of camel’s urine in treating some diseases of the digestive system.

Arsenicum album (Arsenic trioxide) 6, Urine scanty, burning albuminous, ascites, all prevailing debility, restlessness, burning thirst, drinks often but little at time. Codeinum (An Alkaloid from Opium) 3X, 3: Sugar in urine, quantity of urine increased, great thirst, it is said to control disease.

Sub- sequent observation has shown that albuminous urine may be passed in cases where no disease of the kidneys exists, or as a result of simple congestion of these organs ; as, for example, after the abundant exhibition of the balsam of copaiba, and in some diseased states of the system where no morbid condition of the kidneys can be : PhilipB.

Ayres. Kidney failure or infections are usually unsafe and serious diseases. Their consequences affect every single other organ in the body. Minor problems in the kidney may demonstrate no side effects. However, when the sickness progresses, it can bring about numerous serious indications, for example, seizure, tissue squandering, gastrointestinal bleeding and a failure state.

The urine is scanty, heavy and dark in color from the presence of blood, and very albuminous. The disposition to void it occurs more frequently than in health. The deposit from it, under the microscope, shows blood-corpuscles, loose renal epithelium, tube-casts and shapeless masses of fibrin.

n Urine (Physiol) In mammals, a fluid excretion from the kidneys; in birds and reptiles, a solid or semisolid excretion. ☞ In man, the urine is a clear, transparent fluid of an amber color and peculiar odor, with an average density of The average amount excreted in 24 hours is from 40 to 60 ounces (about 1, cubic centimeters).

Chemically, the urine is mainly an aqueous solution of. Full text of "An inquiry into the nature and treatment of gravel, calculus, and other diseases connected with a deranged operation of the urinary organs" See other formats.

If we deduct all chronic affections, ailments and diseases that depend on a persistent unhealthy mode of living, (Aph 77) as also those innumerable medicinal maladies ( 74) caused by the irrational, persistent, harassing and pernicious treatment of diseases often only of trivial character by physicians of the old school, most of the.

Homeopathy for Polycystic kidney disease Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is an inherited disorder in which clusters of cysts develop primarily within your kidneys. Cysts are noncancerous round sacs containing water-like fluid. The cysts vary in size and, as they accumulate more fluid, they can grow very large.

Although kidneys usually are the most. page [unnumbered] u t erine diseases, with an appendix, containing an abstract of cases of uterine dise-ases and tiieir treatment, togetiier with analytical tables of results, ages, symptoms, etc., to whicii is added a recorid of interesting cases, treated in tiie manchester iioiceopathic hospital.

by henry r. 3madden, 3i. new-york: william radde, broadway. Vet. internal medicine text book Insufficient feed intake in very old & bad nurished animals. 2) Secondary to some diseases associated with decrease of muscle tone, cardiac output and shock such as: 1- Milk fever 2- Acute ruminal impaction 3- During anaesthesia and sedation 4- During anemia, severe hemorrhage, circulatory failure and shock.

Vaginal: Occurs in young women and is creamy or white, purulent, may be either bland or excoriating. Cervical: Thick, tenacious, ropy or stringy showing the albuminous elements.

Uterine is more watery and is similar to that of cervical. It may be tinged with blood or mixed with pus. UTI or Urinary tract infection is a painful disturbing disease. It is a recurrent infection in most cases which lasts long if more often occurs due to suppression of skin diseases.

If it is complicated with Gonococcal or Syphilitic suppressions, the symptoms of. Excess Protein Burdens the Kidneys and Liver. Processing all that excess dietary protein – as much as grams (10 ounces) a day –causes wear and tear on the kidneys; and as a result, on average, 25% of kidney function is lost over a lifetime (70 years) from consuming the Western diet.8,9 Fortunately, the kidneys are built with large reserve capacity and the effects of losing one-quarter.

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Other Exceptionalities - Chronic Diseases, Treatment, and Special Educ. mabmantala. Download Other Exceptionalities Chronic Diseases, Treatment, and Special Education EDSP Aya, Mon, and Mike Pointed out that some cases of dropsy were associated with coagulable urine in his book ‘Observations on the Nature and Cures of Dropsies.

Camel’s urine is efficacious in the treatment of skin diseases such as ringworm, tinea and abscesses, sores that may appear on the body and hair, and dry and wet ulcers. Camel’s urine brings the secondary benefits of making the hair lustrous and thick, and removing dandruff from the scalp.

Urine test strips can satisfy all the require- ments for effective screening: 7 9. Indications for urine test strips Diseases of the kidneys and the urogenital tract often remain asymptomatic for a long time.

Renal function disturbances frequently lie dormant for many years, leading eventually to often irreversible severe late damage. Full text of "Diseases of metabolism and of the blood" See other formats. Advanced Pathology and Treatment of Diseases of Domestic Animals invaders in some diseases i.e., Brucella bronchiseptica in canine distemper and Pasteurella suiseptica (P.

multocida) in swine fever. When there is a departure from a state of health, the condition is called a disease. The disease spreads by two basic routes. Compositions useful for treating neurological disorders including neurodegenerative disorders associated with deleterious protein aggregation, aberrant protein folding, such as brain amylogenic diseases, and/or neurodegenerative autoimmune disorders are described.

Methods of using said compositions also are described. In particular, methods to treat a neurodegenerative disorder such as Cited by:. doi: /jabfm Primary Care Approach to Proteinuria more than mg/mg on a second upright spot urine specimen is indicative of orthostatic pro.The urine of birds in the advanced stages of chronic nephritis gives a reaction for both sugar and albumen.* It is regrettable that the discharge from inflamed intestines also contains albumen and may, in some diseases (diphtheria for one), contain urates.

Symptoms: A bird in the early stages of nephritis appears to be but slightly out of. The urine is scanty, sometimes albuminous, and its chlorides are diminished. In favourable cases, however severe, there generally occurs after six or eight days a distinct crisis, marked by a rapid fall of the temperature accompanied with perspiration and with a copious discharge of lithates in the urine.