The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, Volumen50

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Richard & George S. Wood, 1847

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On the Pathology and Treatment of Scrofula By Robt MORTIMER Glover
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I
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Practical Observations and Suggestions in Medicine By MARSHALL HALL M D
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III
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Seventh Annual Report of the RegistrarGeneral of Births Deaths and Marriages
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Practical Remarks on NearSight and Impaired Vision By WILLIAM WHITE
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On Diseases of the Skin By Erasmus Wilson F R S
209
On the Intimate Structure of the Human Kidney c By Joseph
225
A Manual of Materia Medica and Therapeutics including the Preparations of
234
A Review of Homæopathy Allopathy and Young Physic By L M Lawson
247
The Handbook of Human Anatomy General Special and Topographical Trans
254
On the Influence which Diseases of the Uterus exert in producing a Faulty
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On the Employment of Diluents in Urethritis
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On the Elevation of Parts in the Treatment of some Surgical Diseases
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Baths By M Brierre de Boismont 231
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457
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Lectures on Subjects connected with Clinical Medicine comprising Dis
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Histoire de la Medecine depuis son Origine jusquau XIX Siecle Par
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VII
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Hydatid Cyst either originating in or pressing upon the Prostate
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eases of the Heart By P M LATHAM M D
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Auscultatory and other Phenomena of Chlorosis
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Murmurs in the Veins
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Causes and Treatment of Hypertrophy
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Connection between Hypertrophy and Valvular Lesions 5 Atrophy and Softening of the Muscular Substance of the Heart 6 Consecutive Lesions of th...
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Consecutive Lesions of the Liver Kidneys
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Cases of Angina Pectoris
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Heberden on Angina Pectoris
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Causes of Endocardial Disease
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Diagnosis between Endocarditis and Pericarditis
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Various Organic Lesions
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Arteritis its symptoms Causes
367
Inflammation of the Aorta and Pulmonary Artery 343 345 347 349 351 352 354 356 359 301 363 365 366
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The Vegetable Kingdom or the Structure Classification and Uses of Plants illustrated upon the Natural System By John LINDLEY Ph D F R S F L S
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