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Strana 502 - THE INSTITUTES AND PRACTICE OF SURGERY; being the Outlines of a Course of Lectures, By W.
Strana 404 - A Treatise on the Puerperal Fever, illustrated by Cases which occurred in Leeds and its Vicinity, in the Years 1809 — 1812.
Strana 370 - ... of the pelvis, producing an increased thickness of their coats, the formation of false membranes on their internal surface, a gradual coagulation of their contents, and occasionally a destructive suppuration of their whole texture, in consequence of which the diameters of the cavities of these important vessels become so greatly diminished, sometimes so totally obstructed as to be rendered mechanically incompetent to carry forward into their corresponding trunks the venous blood brought to them...
Strana 503 - A Voyage to India; containing reflections on a Voyage to Madras and Bengal, in 1821, in the ship Lonach; Instructions for the Preservation of Health in Indian Climates ; ami Hints to Surgeons and Owners of Private Trading Ships.
Strana 239 - A Short Treatise on the Section of the Prostate Gland in Lithotomy, with an Explanation of a safe and easy Method of conducting the Operation on the Principles of Cheselden.
Strana 278 - Kelly thus expresses himself:—'If instead of bleeding usque ad mortem we were to bleed animals more sparingly and repeatedly, I have no doubt that we should succeed in draining the brain of a much larger quantity of its red blood; but in such experiments we shall, I think, find a larger effusion of serum.
Strana 505 - Plates j accompanied with Descriptions and Physiological, Pathological, and Surgical Observations. By JOHN LIZARS, FRSE Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, and Lecturer on Anatomy and Physiology- Edinburgh. Part V.
Strana 231 - Aberdeen ; or from persons teaching in a school acknowledged by the medical establishment of one of the recognised hospitals, or from persons being Physicians or Surgeons to any of those hospitals.