The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volumen50

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S. Highley, 1847

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H The Reformatory Period
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Dictionary of Practical Medicine By JAMEs CoPLAND M D F R S Parts X and XI Article Pestilence
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on the Plague c With Hints on Quarantine By A WHITE D c e 1 Distinction between Infection and Contagion
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Doctrine of Contingent Infection
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Difference ? between Spasmodic and Pestilential Cholera 4 Epidemic Spasmodic Cholera
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Rise and Progress of Pestilential Cholera
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Origin of it in several places 7 Is Pestilential Cholera propagated by Infection ?
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Testimonies to its NonInfectiousness 11 Its Appearance at Astracan and Orenburg
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Its Appearance at Moscow and St Petersburg 13 How did it reach this country 2
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Recommendations of our Boards of Health
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How did it reach the Mauritius 2
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How did it reach North America? 17 Cause of its Outbreaks inscrutable
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On Tumours of the Uterus and its Appendages By THoMAs STAFFORD LEE M R C S E c
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On Fibrous Tumours of the Uterus
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On the Treatment of Uterine Tumours
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On Encysted Dropsy of the Ovary e
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On the Treatment of Ovarian Dropsy
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On the Diagnosis of Adhesions in Ovarian Dropsy
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Leçons sur les Phenomenes Physiques des Corps Vivants By Signor CARLo MATTEUCCI II Hºnolºgical Researches First Memoir Muscular C...
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Porretts Discovery of Endosmose
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Agency of Endosmose in Celllife
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The Muscular Electric Current 4 On Induced Contractions in Muscles
517
Body and Soul or Life Mind and Matter considered as to their peculiar Nature
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Practical Observations on Mineral Waters and Baths c By Edwin LEE Esq
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