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The nature of inflammation, and the principles on which it should be treated, examined from a common sense point of view / by Thomas Inman. To which is added, A history of atheroma in arteries, its nature and alliances, showing the bond of union between consumption, aneurism, apoplexy, scrofula, and fatty degenerations of the heart and other organs.

Inman, Thomas, 1820-1876.
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[1860?]
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Liverpool : Henry Greenwood, printer, [1860?]

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vii, 62, 45 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plate : illustrations ; 21 cm

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2nd pt. has separate t.p.: A history of atheroma in arteries, being a description of the changes that take place in the arteries, the heart, the capillaries, and elsewhere, and an attempt to shew that there is a strong bond of union between cerebral hoemorrhage and softening, senile gangroene, aneurism, hoemoptysis, consumption, and scrofula generally, concluding with a consideration of the plan of treatment, suggested by the theories &c. advanced

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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.

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