- Author:Robert Watt
- Publisher:Kessinger Publishing, LLC (August 18, 2008)
- Pages:344 pages
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Spine title for copy from St. Thomas's Historical Collection : "Watt's cases of diabetes &c". At head of publication details: "Paisley".
Watt, Robert, 1774-1819; Murray, John, 1778-1843, publisher; Physical Society (Guy's Hospital) former owner; King's College London. Medicine, Diabetes, Tuberculosis, Asthma, Cholera, Colic, Internal medicine. Spine title for copy from St. Includes bibliographical references. This material has been provided by King’s College London. The original may be consulted at King’s College London. urn:oclc:record:970772923.
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Cases of Diabetes, Consumption, et. with Observations on the History and Treatment of Disease in General, 1808
Cases of Diabetes, Consumption, et. with Observations on the History and Treatment of Disease in General, 1808. Catalogue of Medical Books for the Use of Students Attending Lectures on the Principles and Practice of Medicine, Glasgow, 1812. to which is subjoined an Inquiry into the Relative Mortality of the Principal Diseases of Children, Glasgow, 1813. The Rule of Life, 1814.
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WATT, ROBERT (1774–1819), bibliographer, son of John Watt (d. 1810), was born at Bonnyton farm in the parish . 1810), was born at Bonnyton farm in the parish of Stewarton, Ayrshire, on 1 May 1774. At an early age he was sent to school, but when about thirteen worked as a ploughboy to a neighbouring farmer. A love of adventure gave him the desire to be a chapman. In 1813 he published ‘A Treatise on the History, Nature, and Treatment of Chin-cough, including a Variety of Cases and Dissections; to which is subjoined an Inquiry into the relative Mortality of the principal Diseases of Children and the numbers who have died under ten years of age in Glasgow during the last thirty years,’ Glasgow, 8vo.
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Treatment of Ménière's disease is mostly symptomatic and only in some cases it can be considered conditionally .
Treatment of Ménière's disease is mostly symptomatic and only in some cases it can be considered conditionally pathogenic, for example, with the use of dehydration therapy and inhalation of gas mixtures. The surgical treatment used is also certainly symptomatic. Often, even the most radical surgical interventions do not relieve the patient of the painful seizures of Meniere's disease. since Ménière's disease in many respects refers to so-called associative diseases, the strategy of treatment requires the principle of identifying co-morbid diseases that can be etiologically and pathogenetically associated with Meniere's diseases