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DISEASED UTERINE APPENDAGES AS FACTORS IN MUSCULAR AND JOINT AFFECTIONS.

DISEASED UTERINE APPENDAGES AS FACTORS IN MUSCULAR AND JOINT AFFECTIONS. Serious neurotic affections are so commonly attributable to diseased uterine adnexa, it is quite natural and, indeed, altogether the "latest style" to make diseased pelvic organs responsible for all morbific conditions when the true etiology is in the least obscure. There is, perhaps, too much stress placed on the uterus and attached organs as the cause of systemic disturbances, and yet, it is frequently demonstrable that disease of these organs is the prime factor, or active agent in causing functional derangements oftentimes quite remote from the pelvis. In order that specialists shall not become too narrow in their views, it is prudent to endeavor to find the cause of nervous affections in every other part of the human economy, before any thought of the pelvic organs is considered. That is, should the patient give a clear history of suffering from disease of the pelvic organs, we should inspect with care http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

DISEASED UTERINE APPENDAGES AS FACTORS IN MUSCULAR AND JOINT AFFECTIONS.

JAMA , Volume XIX (3) – Jul 16, 1892

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1892 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1892.02420030004001b
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Abstract

Serious neurotic affections are so commonly attributable to diseased uterine adnexa, it is quite natural and, indeed, altogether the "latest style" to make diseased pelvic organs responsible for all morbific conditions when the true etiology is in the least obscure. There is, perhaps, too much stress placed on the uterus and attached organs as the cause of systemic disturbances, and yet, it is frequently demonstrable that disease of these organs is the prime factor, or active agent in causing functional derangements oftentimes quite remote from the pelvis. In order that specialists shall not become too narrow in their views, it is prudent to endeavor to find the cause of nervous affections in every other part of the human economy, before any thought of the pelvic organs is considered. That is, should the patient give a clear history of suffering from disease of the pelvic organs, we should inspect with care

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jul 16, 1892

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