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A clinical history of the acute rheumatism, or rheumatick fever. With a correspondence; containing the testimony of eight eminent physicians in the metropolis, to explain the beneficial effects of the Peruvian bark, cinchona, in the acute rheumatism : II. A clinical history of the nodosity of the joints / by John Haygarth.

Haygarth, John, 1740-1827.
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1813
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Also known as

Clinical history of the acute rheumatism, or rheumatick fever
Clinical history of the nodosity of the joints
Clinical history of diseases
Haygarth on rheumatick fever

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London : Cadell & Davies, 1813.

Physical description

iv, 202 pages ; 23 cm

Edition

New edition, with corrections and additions.

Notes

Spine title: Haygarth on rheumatick fever.
This book was originally published in 1805, under the title, 'A Clinical history of diseases'.

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  • English


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

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