Status thymo-lymphaticus and its relation to sudden death

by Gerhard Hutchison Cocks

Publisher: [s.n.] in St. Louis

Written in English
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  • Sudden Death,
  • Lymphatic Diseases

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Publication date Get this from a library. Status thymo-lymphaticus and its relation to sudden death. [Gerhard Hutchison Cocks]. On the other hand, when once accepted, Status Thymical Lymphaticus and related terms become far too easy to use.

Instead of being reserved for specific cases to which they properly apply, such diagnoses are generically used to explain many sudden deaths in children, where there is no other obvious by: Status Thymico-Lymphaticus Plater3G in ~ described a condition "nots thymica" caused by pressure of the thyroids on the trachea.

Friedleben~ byhowever, was of the opinion that there was no causal relationship between an enlarged thymus and sudden death. PaltauP7 described a series of five cases of death resulting from minor by:   Thank you for your interest in spreading the word about The BMJ.

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status lymphaticus in cases of sudden death. Many status thymo-lymphaticus has any existence as apathological and its relation to some forms of sudden death, especially to fata)ities under chloroform narcosis, have beenrecognized by the Vienna school of pathologists, but havereceived very.

The British investigators Greenwood and Woods 1 characterize status lymphaticus as "this heap of rubbish," stating furthermore that "the present use in certification and in evidence in coroners' courts of the phrase Status Lymphaticus and Status Thymic Lymphaticus is a good example of the growth of medical mythology.

A nucleus of truth is buried beneath a pile of intellectual rubbish. Clinically, the condition is not infrequently terminated by sudden death on apparently trivial provocation, oftenest in children, but occasionally in adults.

Among the first to recognize the anatomic defects in status lymphaticus and to apply their visible manifestations to purposes of diagnosis during life were Dr. Charles Norris in New York. From medical antiquity the conception of lymphatism, or status lymphaticus, as a morphological-physiological type possessed of certain definite attributes, chiefly exudative, has been generally accepted.

The frequent, almost constant, participation of the thymus in the morphological complex of this constitution has led to its more precise. Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is defined as a death during the first year of life that occurs during sleep and after a thorough investigation, no explanation of the death can be found.

relationship between an enlarged thymus and sudden death paltaup7 described a series of five cases of death resulting from minor trauma he Status Thymico Lymphaticus Considered In The Light Of The Cause Of Sudden Death In Status Lymphaticus Jama.

Generalized enlargement or prominence of lymphoid tissue, especially in children; a syndrome characterized by this. Often regarded as a cause of or contributing factor in sudden death, especially when accompanied by enlargement of the thymus.

MedicalHistory,Status Lymphaticus: SuddenDeathin Children from"Visitation ofGod"to CotDeath ANNDALLY* During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, in cases of sudden death, coroners' verdicts of death by "visitation of God" became increasingly popular.

This reflected. status [sta´tus, stat´us] (L.) state, particularly in reference to a morbid condition. absence status sustained clouding of consciousness for several hours, with no interval of normal mental activity, and with few stereotyped movements or no abnormal motor activity.

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Mar; 56 (3)– [PMC free article] []Moncrieff A. Enlargement of the Thymus in Infants with Special Reference to Clinical Evidence of So-called Status Thymico-lymphaticus: (Section for the Study of Disease in Children).

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This study aimed to report the clinical and pathological findings in patients with SUDEP. The record of patients with sudden death was screened. When the reason of death matched with the definition of SUDEP, the clinical and pathological data were analyzed. Eleven patients with SUDEP were included in the study.

status lymphaticus (lim-fat-ik-ŭs) n. enlargement of the thymus gland and other parts of the lymphatic system, formerly believed to be a predisposing cause to sudden death in infancy and childhood. Source for information on status lymphaticus: A Dictionary of Nursing dictionary.

Status lymphaticus. In: Buck AH, eds. A reference handbook of the medical sciences embracing the entire range of scientific and practical medicine and allied science. New York, NY: Wood, ; Google Scholar; 12 Dally A.

Status lymphaticus: sudden death in children from “visitation of God” to cot death. Med History ; Medical definition of status thymicolymphaticus: status lymphaticus with enlargement of the thymus. Notice two errors in the above reasoning: (1) that the thymus was a vestigial organ and unnecessary, and (2) that a big thymus was the cause of sudden death in infants.

The results of preventative treatment were dramatic. The thymus shrunk rapidly, and the children so irradiated rarely died of cot death. Medical definition of status lymphaticus: hyperplasia of the lymphatic tissue formerly believed to be a cause of sudden death in infancy and childhood but now no longer recognized as a genuine pathological entity —called also lymphatism.

A man has been arrested following the seizure of suspected drugs and firearms in Dublin. A search was carried out today at a residential property in the Poppintree area by gardaí investigating. Sudden cardiac death (SCD) is a sudden, unexpected death that is caused by the loss of heart function.

While SCD affects many patients suffering from coronary artery diseases (CAD) and heart failure (HF), a considerable number of SCD events occur in asymptomatic individuals. Certain risk factors for SCD have been identified and incorporated in different clinical scores, however, risk.

End-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients are at increased risk of sudden cardiac death, the risk of which is presumably related to arrhythmia.

Electrocardiographic (ECG) parameters have been found to correlate with arrhythmia and predict cardiovascular outcomes in ESRD patients.

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