London Medical and Physical Journal, Bind 49

John Souter, 1823

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Side 323 - Practical observations on the treatment and cure of several varieties of pulmonary consumption and on the effects of the vapour of boiling tar in that disease, 1823.
Side 444 - A Practical Treatise on the Symptoms, Causes, Discrimination, and Treatment of some of the most Important Complaints that affect the Secretion and Excretion of the Urine.
Side 491 - An action on the case lies against a surgeon for gross ignorance and want of skill in his profession, as well as for negligence and carelessness, to the detriment of a patient...
Side 442 - Chamberlaine, the founder uf the " Society for the relief of Widows and Orphans of Medical men in London and its Vicinity.
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Side 225 - the degree of deformity produced by this accident depends upon the extent of laceration of a ligament which passes from the under part of the spine of the scapula to the glenoid cavity. If this be torn...

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