3 edition of A general treatise of the diseases of maids, bigbellied women, child-bed-women, and widows found in the catalog.
A general treatise of the diseases of maids, bigbellied women, child-bed-women, and widows
|Statement||by J. Pechey ...|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 327:10.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 256,  p.|
|Number of Pages||256|
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Pechey By Author: John Pechey. There are blanket phrases that appear regularly in textbooks and physicians’ notes such as “fits of the mother”, child-bed-women focation of the womb” and “strangula- tion of the Mother”; the latter talks of strangulation of the womb itself as “the Mother” is a common description of the : Lesley Smith.
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Pierre Dionis A General Treatise of Midwifery. Most writers use menorrhagia as a descriptor for the symptom or sign of heavy menstrual bleeding, but in the USA, and sometimes elsewhere, it can also be used as a diagnosis (63). In the USA, many seem to use it solely to describe heavy menstrual bleeding that is regular in occurrence (64, 65), Cited by: A general treatise of the diseases of maids, bigbellied women, child-bed-women, and widows by Pechey, John, London: Printed for Henry Bonwick.
In he published ‘A General Treatise of the Diseases of Maids, Big-bellied Women, Childbed Women, and Widows’—a compilation without any original observations.
All these were brought out by his original publisher, Henry Bonwicke, and slightly varied parts of. Review of the confusion in current and historical terminology and definitions for disturbances of menstrual bleeding.
A general treatise on the diseases of maids, big-bellied women, childbed women and widows. London, Cited by: "Woman can't handle her liquor," she muttered; although, to a cold-hearted observer, the word "liquor" would have sounded suspiciously like a snore. "Come on, Hermogenes, let's get them to bed." Maurice bent, scooped the little figure of Antonina into his thick arms, and carried her through the door.
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