THE QUERIES ON THE MODE OF IMPROVING THE JOURNAL

J. D. Jones
1855 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
IL X0ox. JIW .-_13~b tb4blme, t., without tibel Utoed of *rs_., but nin that es, s o ed by Hr, inlecund, ath bunting of the Grae vesiele and the escape of the osie dvUing mentuion in the human female; but, although iW tear the orgasm and nervous excitement is considerable at the menstrual periods, yet it must be recollected how diffnt it is from the maddening revulsion which takes place in qiadrupeds duing "' heat", and that should "spurious pregspar evr occur without coitus, it must be in
more » ... it must be in animals in such a statw of far. He believed that in almost all these cases, eaher from climacteric, as in Case x, or premature decay, as in Case n, the ovaries are in the position of being susceptible of an impression during martal congress, when the orgasm is
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