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An enquiry into the causes which have most commonly prevented success in the operation of extracting the cataract : with an account of the means by which they may either be avoided or rectified : to which are added, observations on the dissipation of the cataract, and on the cure of the gutta serena : also, additional remarks on the epiphora, or, watery eye : the whole illustrated with a variety of cases

Ware, James, 1756-1815.
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1795

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Credit: An enquiry into the causes which have most commonly prevented success in the operation of extracting the cataract : with an account of the means by which they may either be avoided or rectified : to which are added, observations on the dissipation of the cataract, and on the cure of the gutta serena : also, additional remarks on the epiphora, or, watery eye : the whole illustrated with a variety of cases. Public Domain Mark

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London : Printed for C. Dilly in the Poultry; H. Murray, No. 32' Fleetstreet; and J. Walter, Charing-Cross, 1795.

Physical description

4 unnumbered pages, vii, 1 unnumbered page, 172 pages

Notes

Advertisements: p. [viii].
Half-titles: "On the dissipation of the catarct", "On the cure of the gutta serena", and "Additional remarks on the epiphora".

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ESTC, T7131

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