Substance of a clinical lecture on a case of hydrophobia by Thomas Joseph Pettigrew

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Pettigrew, Substance of a Clinical Lecture on a Case of Hydrophobia, Delivered at the Charing Cross Hospital to Which are Appended the Particulars of Another Case, London: Longman, Pettigrew also wrote a manuscript for a book on hydrophobia that was never published, perhaps because of the declining incidence of the disease in that : Neil Pemberton, Michael Worboys.

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Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — A Case of Hydrophobia: With Remarks on the Pathological Physiology of the DiseaseAuthor: T.

B. Curtis.Effective presentations require that you have thought through the case beforehand and understand the rationale for your conclusions and plan. This, in turn, requires that you have a good grasp of physiology, pathology, clinical reasoning and decision-making - pushing you to read, pay attention, and in general acquire more knowledge.hydrophobia: [ hi″dro-fo´be-ah ] 1.

irrational fear of water. 2. choking, gagging, and fear on attempts to drink in the acute neurologic phase of rabies, caused by pain from spasms of the pharynx or larynx. 3. former term for rabies.

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