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Hospital facts and observations, illustrative of the efficacy of the new remedies, strychnia, brucia, acetate of morphia, veratria, iodine, &c. in several morbid conditions of the system; with a comparative view of the treatment of chorea, and some cases of diabetes, a report on the efficacy of sulphureous fumigations in diseases of the skin, chronic rheumatism, &c / by James Lomax Bardsley.

Bardsley, James Lomax, 1801-1876.
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1830
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view Hospital facts and observations, illustrative of the efficacy of the new remedies, strychnia, brucia, acetate of morphia, veratria, iodine, &c. in several morbid conditions of the system; with a comparative view of the treatment of chorea, and some cases of diabetes, a report on the efficacy of sulphureous fumigations in diseases of the skin, chronic rheumatism, &c / by James Lomax Bardsley.
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London : Burgess and Hill, 1830.

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ix, 3 unnumbered pages, 223 pages, 1 unnumbered page, 1 unnumbered plate : illustrations ; 8o

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Refr: G&M 5183 Prov: Bookplate "Given form the library of Dr John Abercrombie by his family ... 1844"

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This material has been provided by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. The original may be consulted at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.

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