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Chapter 1 starting deal with (pages 1–2): A. S. Parkes
Chapter 2 The body structure of being pregnant (pages 3–15): A. St. G. Huggett
Chapter three Pathological Lesions within the Hypertensive Toxbmias of being pregnant (pages 16–22): H. L. Sheehan
Chapter four The Toxemias of being pregnant in girls (pages 23–50): G. W. Theobald
Chapter five ?tiology of Preeclampsia—Eclampsia: II. The impression of Intravenous Injections of Sodium Chloride and Lactate in Preeclamptic sufferers (pages 51–84): Wm. J. Dieckmann
Chapter 6 Tox?mias of being pregnant within the family Animals with specific connection with the Sheep (pages 85–93): H. B. Parry
Chapter 7 Experimental Ketosis in Pregnant Ewes (pages 94–105): A. T. Phillipson
Chapter eight The impression of the extent of Calcium within the vitamin of the Rat while pregnant and Lactation (page 106): John Duckworth
Chapter nine Neonatal Ataxia of Lambs (pages 107–112): Ruth Allcroft
Chapter 10 Observations on and remedy of medical Aceton?mia in livestock (pages 113–117): A. Messervy
Chapter eleven Biochemical elements of Bovine Parturient Hypocalc?mia (pages 118–125): A. Robertson
Chapter 12 The Human Placenta in Tox?mia of being pregnant (pages 126–134): Ninian McI. Falkiner
Chapter thirteen experiences within the movement of ordinary and irregular being pregnant (pages 125–135): R. J. Kellar
Chapter 14 Oxygen Arterio?Venous distinction and correct Auricular strain in the course of Labour (pages 146–150): Hilary P. H. Hamilton
Chapter 15 Forearm and Hand Blood move in being pregnant (pages 151–154): Catherine C. Burt
Chapter sixteen reviews within the difficulties of movement in being pregnant (pages 155–160): Lars Werko
Chapter 17 flow in being pregnant (pages 161–162): H. De Watteville
Chapter 18 Thromboplastin problems of overdue being pregnant (pages 163–181): Charles L. Schneider
Chapter 19 Isch?mia of the Gravid Uterus as a likely think about the inflicting of Tox?mia (pages 182–201): M. A. Van Bouwdijk Bastiaanse and J. L. Mastboom
Chapter 20 F?tal Malformations and Tox?mia (pages 202–203): H. De Watteville
Chapter 21 Relation of food to Hepatic sickness and Tox?mias of being pregnant (pages 204–215): L. E. Glynn
Chapter 22 Observations at the Placental intercourse Hormones within the Tox?mias of being pregnant (pages 216–229): Ian F. Sommerville
Chapter 23 Endocrines and Tox?mias (pages 230–231): H. De Watte Ville
Chapter 24 Chorionic Gonadotrophin in Pre—Eclampsia (pages 232–235): J. A. Loraine
Chapter 25 The Mono—Amine Oxidase job of Placenta (pages 236–246): R. H. S. Thompson
Chapter 26 Histaminase in general and Pathological being pregnant (pages 247–260): Axel Ahlmark and Lars Werko
Chapter 27 Histaminase in basic and Pathological being pregnant (pages 261–264): R. Kapeller?Adler
Chapter 28 precis from Veterinary point of view (pages 265–268): John Hammond
Chapter 29 precis from clinical viewpoint (pages 269–272): G. W. Pickering
Chapter 30 precis from Obstetric point of view (pages 273–277): F. J. Browne
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There are no figures relating to the incidence of eclampsia, and we must perforce be content with mortality rates. It is, however, instructive to note that well over 100 years ago the Rotunda Hospital reported an incidence of 30 cases of eclampsia in 16,000 confinements, a considerably lower incidence than obtains today in spite of ante-natal care (Dieckmann, 1941). Yo comparable specific figures for eclampsia were published by the Registrar General for England and Wales until 1939 or by the Registrar General for Scotland until 1941.
I n most cases the existence of these lesions can be recognized with the naked eye by the presence of rather scanty tiny red petechie on the outer surface of the liver, though the lesions cannot usually be identified on the cut surface. I n severer cases the outer surface shows numerous petechk, and the cut surface may show patches similar to a recent venous congestion of the liver. I n very severe cases there may be obvious diffuse hemorrhages. Microscopically the lesions may be very numerous or so few that several slides must be examined to find a single example.