The elder woman gave the family history, father and mother had died of phthisis
, a brother and a sister, these two were the only ones left.
If, in place of the characteristic monuments which we have just described, we examine the general aspect of art from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century, we notice the same phenomena of decay and phthisis
Do you know that vaccines depress the body's immune system functions which makes a person susceptible and open to developing many other diseases such as all types of cancers, AIDS, autism, autoimmune disease, nervous system disorders, eye damage, cardiac complications, crohn's disease, birth defects, parkinsons, pancreatitis, allergies, alzheimers, arthritis, ADD/ADHD, blood reactions, brain damage, convulsions, cerebral palsy, kidney disorders, meningitis, immune suppression, hearing loss, gullain-barre syndrome, multiple sclerosis, skin diseases such as: syphilis, phthisis
, scrofula, erysipelas, eczema and almost all diseases of the skin as well as other chronic and debilitating and, in many ways, painful immunologic and neurological disorders.
Removal of silicon oil (ROSO) is a procedure that carries a definite risk of re detachment, cataract, glaucoma, vitreous haemorrhage, hypotony, corneal decompensation, phthisis
bulbi, decrease in endothelial cell density and macular changes5,6.
Patients with delayed treatment suffer rapidly progressive retinal necrosis; exudative, rhegmatogenous, or tractional detachment may occur, with possible outcomes as severe as phthisis
Having established that hot water was no cure for '[a]dvanced phthisis
[pulmonary tuberculosis], chronic Bright's disease [kidney disease], spinal caries [decay], and psoas abscess' (Mineral Waters of New Zealand, 1892), Ginders argued that incapacity, severe pain or the difficulties of accessing the spa by coach before the completion of the railway line, need not be deterrents: 'We have many instances on record of patients who, on arrival, required the aid of crutches, or to be actually carried to the bath, and yet went away enjoying the full use of their limbs' (Mineral Waters of New Zealand, 1892).
Complete success was defined as IOP between 6 mm Hg and 21 mm Hg without medications and no loss of vision due to complications such as choroid hemorrhage or phthisis
during the follow up period.
bulbi (shrinking of globe) was the end result in few cases of perforating corneal wounds and a calf suffered from iris prolapse following severe pink eye.
Prior to that, I was President and Chief Science Officer for Phthisis
Diagnostics, where I was a co-founder and led the company and its research program until it was acquired in 2013.
The condition is age-related with patients typically over SO years old, (7) and may be associated with longstanding ocular inflammation such as chronic uveitis, phthisis
bulbi and end-stage glaucoma.
The surgery was considered to have been successful when IOP ≤21 mmHg was achieved and no serious complications (endophthalmitis, retinal detachment, suprachoroidal hemorrhage, cellulitis, phthisis
bulbi, or persistent hypotony [IOP <5 mmHg]) occurred during 12-month follow-up.
These plants were used to treat ailments like fever, pain, malaria, gastrointestinal disorders, liver complaints, spleen complaints, diabetes, phthisis
, strangulation of intestine, alopecia, skin disorders, ear infection, hypertension, influenza, pneumonia, snake bite, jaundice, rheumatic fever, anemia, asthma, graying of hair, hernia, respiratory tract disorders, piles, cancer, kidney stone, tetanus, chest pain, epilepsy, scurvy, and menstrual disorders.