publication . Article . 1897

ACUTE CATARRHAL INFLAMMATION OF THE STOMACH.

HENRY M. LYMAN;
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  • Published: 27 Feb 1897
Abstract
The patient whom I place before you this morning is, you see, confined to his bed. He was brought to the hospital three days ago, in a state of alarming prostration, vomiting and purging, and unable to retain anything in his stomach. This condition had been induced by a prolonged debauch, in which the usual accessories—wine and women—had been combined with almost fatal effect. Being only 22 years of age, and of a delicate organization, his stock of vital energy was insufficient for the occasion. Though considerably relieved, he can not yet tolerate the sight or smell of food; and ever since his admission to the hospital, he has been fed with nutritious enemata, ...
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Medical Subject Headings: digestive, oral, and skin physiology
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