He set forth in most eloquent terms the dangers of fever, of gangrene, of haemorrhage.
No blood issued from the wound—the haemorrhage was all internal.
The surgeon stood at the head of the couch, endeavouring to stop the haemorrhage from the wound.
It is most easy to illustrate this by describing what happens after a haemorrhage.
Hence the more excessive the haemorrhage in any case, the greater becomes the onset of the natural cure for the bleeding, viz.
Ulceration and haemorrhage are common accompaniments of this form of cancer.
It is useful in haemorrhage from a gastric ulcer or in haemorrhage from the intestine.
Paul says in cases of sloughing of the prepuce we must cut it off, and if there be haemorrhage we must use lunated cauteries ( ).
The veins poured forth a vast quantity of blood; it seemed impossible to check the haemorrhage, and all hope appeared to vanish.
They should always be applied over some bony prominence, that pressure may be effectively used to stop the haemorrhage afterwards.