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Chirurgical observations relative to the epiphora, or watery eye, the scrophulous and intermittent ophthalmy, the extraction of the cataract, and the introduction of the male catheter / by James Ware, surgeon.

Ware, James, 1756-1815.
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1792

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London : Printed for C. Dilly, in the Poultry, 1792.

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vi, 2 unnumbered pages, 78 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates

Notes

Preface dated: February 7th, 1792.
Advetisements: p. [vii].
"On the epiphora, or watery eye" (p. [1]-51) was read before the Medical Society of London, Dec. 27th 1790, "On the degree of pressure necessary to be applied to the eye, in the extraction of the cataract ..." (p. 53-63) was read , Nov. 7th 1791, and "On the introduction of the male catheter" (p. 65-end), Sept. 8th 1788.

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ESTC, T9974

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