3 edition of Youatt on the structure and the diseases of the horse with their remedies found in the catalog.
Youatt on the structure and the diseases of the horse with their remedies
|Statement||brought down by W. C. Spooner ; to which is prefixed an account of the breeds in the United States compiled by Henry S. Randall.|
|Contributions||Spooner, W. C. 1809?-1885., Randall, Henry Stephens, 1811-1876.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||483 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||483|
Chorea, neglected or improperly treated, or too frequently pursuing its natural course, degenerates into paralysis agitans. He vomited three or four times, and lay frightened and quiet. Horse Diseases: Information on Diagnosis, Symptoms and Possible Equine Treatments Equine illness isn't something most laypersons understand at all, but when you own a horse learn as much as you can about the injuries and sickness that can afflict our equine friends. This journal, which was still in existence inwas kept alive in the early years only by Youatt's dogged perseverance, at a time when even his co-editor, Percivall, wished to abandon the venture. Thomas' J.
If I had the means I should see whether I could not break the charm; whether I could not get rid of the disturbance, by suddenly affecting the nervous system, and the system generally, in another way. It should be combined with ginger, and given morning and night, in doses varying from one-sixth to one-third of a grain, according to the size of the dog. The syrup of buckthorn was tried, but the fourth dose of that it was impossible to give. The Rose Culturist, A fit in other animals is generally connected with dangerous determination of blood to the head, and bleeding is imperative.
The dura mater, the two leaves of the arachnoid membrane, and the pia mater did not constitute more than one membrane of the usual thickness, and presented a somewhat yellow colouring. When, however, inthis body was remodelled, and composed chiefly of veterinarians, Youatt, being then nearly seventy years old, presented himself for examination. When they are caused by irregular and excessive exercise, I open the bowels and make my exercise more regular and equable. On the 'post-mortem' examination, a remarkable thickness of the meninges was found on almost the whole of the left lobe of the brain.
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Although the nonfiction book should be full of definite facts, the author can add some emotions to make this memoir or chronic and not so bored. Horse Diseases: Information on Diagnosis, Symptoms and Possible Equine Treatments Equine illness isn't something most laypersons understand at all, but when you own a horse learn as much as you can about the injuries and sickness that can afflict our equine friends.
The spasms were lessened, the clambering gait nearly ceased, but the vision was not improved. Owing partly to his extensive literary work, partly to attacks of goutYouatt's practice had devolved more and more on his assistant, Ainsley, on whose death in the establishment in Nassau Street was broken up.
Life[ edit ] Youatt was the son of a non-conformist minister. To-day the young man purposely blew the shrillest sound that he could. Illustrated with engravings drawn from life.
It can be full, complete story or just some notes of eyewitness about a concrete action. The cornea was transparent, the iris contracted, there was no opacity of the lens, or pink tint of the retina, but a peculiar glassy appearance, as unconscious of everything around it.
He is the companion and the friend of man: he exhibits, and is debased by some of his vices; but, to a greater degree than many will allow, he exhibits all the intelligence and the virtues of the biped.
The muscles are tender and the joints stiff, the animal seems lame till he becomes healed, and limber when all appearance of the disease vanishes.
The breathing becomes laboured, all food is rejected, and if you attempt to move the sufferer he sends forth piteous cries of distress.
The important characteristic of nonfiction genre is that the author is plenipotentiary to bedeck the story with his own opinion, express his view. V, made into two pills, and one given morning and evening, or more frequently if desirable.
The spasms rapidly subsided and almost disappeared. The Rose Culturist, The dog was very drowsy, and, during sleep, there were observed, from time to time, spasmodic movements, principally of the head and chest.
By Charles H. Allen, Editor of the American Agriculturist. In proportion to his bulk, the weight of his brain far exceeds that of any other quadruped--the very smallest animals alone being excepted, in whom there must be a certain accumulation of medullary matter in order to give origin to the nerves of every system, as numerous in the minutest as in him of greatest bulk.
If I had the means I should see whether I could not break the charm; whether I could not get rid of the disturbance, by suddenly affecting the nervous system, and the system generally, in another way.
The nitrate of silver will be the sheet-anchor Youatt on the structure and the diseases of the horse with their remedies book the practitioner, and if early used will seldom deceive him. Topham's Chemistry Made Easy, The tonic-balls had been discontinued for a week, and his master hoped that all would turn out well, when suddenly, while at home, he was seized with a fit that lasted ten minutes.
Their action is irregular and spasmodic, and it resembles the struggles of expiring nature far more than the great and uniform action of health. In some cases, the muscles of the neck are the principal seat of the disease, or some muscle of the face; the temporal muscle beating like an artery; the masseter opening and closing the mouth, the muscles of the eyelid, and, in a few cases, those of the eye itself being affected.
His owner at length consented that the actual cautery should be applied to his head.Youatt on the Structure and the Diseases of the Horse with Their Remedies: Also, Practical Rules to Buyers, Breeders, Breakers, Smiths, Etc.
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