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Selected essays and monographs : translations and reprints from various sources.

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1897
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Publication/Creation

London : New Sydenham Society, 1897.

Physical description

436 pages, illustrations (plates, folding platẽ chiefly color ; 23 cm.

Bibliographic information

Includes bibliographical references and index

Contents

A contribution to the study of syringomyelia / by Isaac Bruhl -- A case of cerebro-spinal syphilis ... / by Henry M. Thomas -- Pemphigus vegetans ... / by Heinrich Köbner -- Pemphigus vegetans / by J. Neumann -- Observations on yaws and its influence in originating leprosy / by James Maxwell -- An epitome of Dr. A. Nicholls' report on yaws ... / by J.S. Wallbridge -- A contribution to the clinical and bacterialogical study ... / Achilles Breda -- On polypapilloma tropicum (framboesia) / by M. Charlouis -- On the visceral complications of erythema exudativum multiforme / by William Osler -- Sleep in its relations to diseases of the skin / by L. Duncan Bulkley -- A remarkable case of purpuric eruption ending in gangrene ... / by Francis J. Shepherd -- Syphilis and general paralysis / by Alfred Fournier -- Parasyphilitic epilepsy / by Alfred Fournier -- The relation between treatment in the early stage and tertiary syphilis

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Translated from various languages into English

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This material has been provided by King’s College London. The original may be consulted at King’s College London.

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