4 edition of A treatise on the employment of the speculum in the diagnosis and treatment of uterine diseases found in the catalog.
This material has been provided by The Royal College of Surgeons of England. The original may be consulted at The Royal College of Surgeons of England.The Royal College of Surgeons of England.
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'A Treatise on Hysteria,' 8vo, Lond. In such circumstances, tho ease should be conducted for a short time on a strictly antiphlogistic plan, witliout reference to the specific cause in which it originated.
— Belongs to no particular Period of Syphilis — Commences in the Tunica Albuginea. Acton : — " Swelled Testicle. Article in the Cyclopaedia of Anatomy and Physiology, Part xlvii.
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'Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Midwifery,' 8vo, Lond. Nothing would appease liim but a renewal of treatment, althoiigli I assured him there was no call for it.
Abstract The use of the vaginal speculum was as important to Victorian doctors who struggled to professionalise the fields of gynaecology and obstetrics as it was controversial, especially when such doctors were men attending to women of respectable class status.
— Infection rarely commu- nicated to the Child by the parturient Mother.
In a few mouths he was called to ill a position in a literary seminary, where he still remains, distinguished as a man of letters aud iuSuence.
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