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Syphilis and the nervous system being a revised reprint of the Lettsomian lectures for 1890 delivered before the Medical Society of London by W. R. Gowers

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Published by J.& A. Churchill in London .
Written in English


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Statementby W.R. Gowers
SeriesLettsomian lectures -- 1890
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 131 p. ;
Number of Pages131
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24340399M

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Syphilis of the Nervous System. Detroit: G. S. Davis, Subject: Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Apple. Android. Windows Phone. Android. To get the free app Author: H. C. Horatio C. Wood. Syphilis and the Nervous System, for Practitioners, Neurologists and Syphilologists (Classic Reprint) [Max Nonne] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from Syphilis and the Nervous System, for Practitioners, Neurologists and Syphilologists Since the entire arrangement of the material has proven to be a practical oneCited by: 2. Syphilis and the Nervous System: Being a Revised Reprint of the Lettsomian Lectures for Delivered Before the Medical Society of London (Classic Reprint) Paperback – February 5, Author: W. R. Gowers.   Latent Syphilis and the Autonomic Nervous System, Second Edition describes the link between the pathogenesis of syphilis and the autonomic nervous system. This book is composed of 15 chapters, and begins with a brief introduction to the pathology of syphilis, followed by chapters on the physiologic changes in the thyroid gland, including thyroid enlargement and goiter formation, in early Edition: 2.

Latent Syphilis and the Autonomic Nervous System, Second Edition describes the link between the pathogenesis of syphilis and the autonomic nervous system. This book is composed of 15 chapters, and begins with a brief introduction to the pathology of syphilis, followed by chapters on the physiologic changes in the thyroid gland, including thyroid enlargement and goiter formation, in early syphilis. Get this from a library! Neurosyphilis, syphilis of the nervous system.. [Cecil Charles Worster-Drought]. However, organisms rarely are found in lesions more than 24 hours after treatment has begun. Untreated infants, regardless of whether they have manifestations in early infancy, may develop late manifestations, which usually appear after 2 years of age and involve the central nervous system (CNS), bones and joints, teeth, eyes, and skin. Syphilitic involvement of central nervous structures may occur in all stages after infection. Syphilitic meningitis in the primosecondary stage results in headache, nausea, vomiting, and stiff neck, at times combined with cranial nerve alterations (predominantly nerves II, VII, and VIII).

Additional Physical Format: Print version: Wood, H.C., Jr. (Horatio C.), Syphilis of the nervous system. Detroit: G.S. Davis, (OCoLC)   These include the heart and blood vessels, and the brain and nervous system. Tertiary syphilis is very serious and would occur 10–30 years after your infection began. In tertiary syphilis, the disease damages your internal organs and can result in death. Untreated syphilis then goes into a noncontagious latent period. Some people will have no more symptoms, but about one third will progress to tertiary syphilis, with widespread damage to the heart, brain, eyes, nervous system, bones, and joints. Late syphilis can result in mental illness, blindness, severe damage to the heart and aorta, and death. Latent syphilis: presence of T. pallidum in the body without symptoms or signs. Latent syphilis can be either early (within 24 months of primary infection) or late (more than 24 months since primary infection). Tertiary syphilis: progression of syphilis to involve the heart, nervous system, eye, ear or the development of gummata (granulomatous.