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Observations on lithotomy : being a republication of Dr. James Douglas' Appendix to his history of the lateral operation for the stone, and of other original papers relative to Mr. Cheselden's invention and improvement of that operation : to which is added, a Proposal for a new manner of cutting for the stone / by John Thomson.

  • Thomson, John, 1765-1846.
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1808
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Edinburgh : Printed for William Blackwood, and Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, London, 1808.

Physical description

ix, 91 pages, 1 unnumbered folded leaf of plates

Notes

With half tilte.
Itroduction signed: John Thomson.
Part title: Proposal for a new manner of cutting for the stone.
Includes M. Le Dran's method of operating for the stone: pp. 71-80.
The "Appendix to the history of the lateral operation for the stone" appeared first in 1731.
Includes a reprint of: "Dr. Douglas' postscript to his History of the lateral operation for the stone", London 1726.

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This material has been provided by University of Bristol Library. The original may be consulted at University of Bristol Library.

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