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Clinical observations on the constitutional origin of the various forms of porrigo; commonly known by the names of scald-head, tinea, ring-worm, etc. With directions for the more scientific and successful management of this usually obstinate class of diseases by a treatment consisting of an appropriate modification of those principles first particularly promulgated by Mr. Abernethy
- Macilwain, George, 1797-1882.
A philosophical and medical sketch of the natural history of the human body and mind ; to which is subjoined, an essay On the difficulties of attaining medical knowledge, intended for the information and amusement of those who are, or are not, of the medical profession : published for the benefit of the General Hospital at Bath
- Adair, James Makittrick, 1728-1802.
A narrative of the treatment experienced by a gentleman, during a state of mental derangement : designed to explain the causes and the nature of insanity, and to expose the injudicious conduct pursued towards many unfortunate sufferers under that calamity
- Perceval, John, active 1840-1860.
Observations, anatomical, physiological and pathological, on the pulmonary system : with remarks on some of the diseases of the lungs, viz. on haemorrhage, wounds, asthma, catarrh, croup, and consumption : tending to establish a new pathology of the lungs, founded on the anatomy and physiology of the parts : some remarks are introduced on the broken-wind of horses, and to the whole is added an appendix, containing Observations on some of the articles of the materia medica, viz. on the Rosa Rubra, Flores Chamaemeli and Sarsaparilla, as also on the Cicuta, Stramonium, Hyosciamus and Aconitum
- Davidson, William, 1765-
Tracts, on inoculation, written and published at St. Petersburg in the year 1768, by command of Her Imperial Majesty, the Empress of all the Russias : with additional observations on epidemic small-pox, on the nature of that disease, and on the different success of the various modes of inoculation
- Dimsdale, Thomas, 1712-1800.