Bouillaud reported in a paper titled "De l'obliteration des veines et de son influence sur la formation des hydropisies partielles: Considerations sur les hydropisies passives et generales" ("Obliteration of the Veins and Its Influence on the Formation of Partial Dropsy
: Considerations on the Passive and General Dropsy
") the presence of dropsy
(later termed edema) occurring in the lower extremities of seven patient caused by obliteration of the vein by a fibrinous clot.
Wells, "Observations on the dropsy
which succeeds scarlet fever," Transactions of a Society for the Improvement of Medical and Chirurgical Knowledge, vol.
, quinine for malaria, and alcohol and opium for pain with some
Wigan too suffered from dropsy
as Sale Sharks-bound Charnley lost his grip under pressure from Thompson and Chris Bridge.
Think about it: During the early years of western expansion by the predominantly white culture into Oregon, from the 1840s to the Civil War, the three "tried-and-true" medicines in the physician's black bag consisted of quinine for malaria, digitalis for congestive heart failure (back then called "dropsy
") and lime juice for scurvy.
Major-General Sitiveni Rabuka, who led Fiji's first two coups in 1987 and later served as elected Prime Minister, even used a rhetoric endorsing the idea of the iTaukei as a lost tribe of Israel in danger of relinquishing its rights to land and ethnic paramountcy into the hands of an 'Indian-dominated', and therefore largely non-Christian, government (Dropsy
For eight-year old student of Egyptian Language School, Karim Waheed who was at Hyatt Plaza where shows such as Play D'oh and Mr Dropsy
& the BellBoy were staged, it was an Eid holiday well spent.
(4) However, transferring opposition to these previous vaccines to the significantly different modern vaccines, or opposing vaccination as a homogenous entity rather than assessing vaccines individually, is analogous to opposing all herbal medicines because Withering's original recommendations of Digitalis extract in dropsy
were so unpredictably risky (though also undoubtedly effective, so much so that standardised alternatives are still used in conventional medicine).
Mary died from dropsy
at Edinburgh Castle in June 1560.
But realistically there are hopefully even bigger games to come and we have to hope we've had our bout of dropsy
and we won't have a similar one again.
The genus Fraxinus of the plant family Oleaceae, is a group of about 63 flowering plants [1, 2], most of them are being used as diuretic, against constipation, dropsy
, arthritis and rheumatic pain .
Alexy Sufurin, a Russian scientist, writes in his book that by means of fasting a specific result can be obtained in treating diseases such as: anemia, dyspepsia, chronic extended enteritis, furuncle and inner abscess, consumption, rheumatism, gout (padagra, chiragra, gonagra), dropsy
, sciatica, some ophthalmic diseases, diabetes, skin diseases, renal diseases, and so on.