Drafts, including references to lectures on the nervous system, to diseases on the eye, and to medical research in general.
- mid 18th century
- Part of
- Whytt, Robert (1714-1766), F.R.S., Professor of Medicine at Edinburgh University and President of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh
- Archives and manuscripts
Self-preservation : a medical treatise on nervous & physical debility, spermatorrhœa, impotence & sterility with practical observations on the use of the microscope in the treatment of the diseases of the generative system / by Samuel La'Mert.
- La'mert, Samuel, active 1852.
- [between 1854 and 1859?]
A dissertation on the history and curation of the obstruction of the intestines in all their modifications and combinations : comprehending the feculent, the bilious, the nervous, the spasmodic, the metalic, the flatulent, the hysterical, or the iliac cholic of authors : together with some cases of these diseases, subjoined in confirmation of the success of the method proposed for the general benefit of man / by Peter Donaldson.
- Donaldson, Peter.
Practical essays and remarks on that species of consumption incident to youth, and the different stages of life, commonly called tabes dorsalis; with an account of the nature, causes, and cure of that distemper, and the diseases arising therefrom, especially those of the seminal organs, and morbid affections of the nervous system, including the atrophy, and the phthisis, or consumption in general. To which are added, extracts ... demonstrating the baneful effects of unnatural venery / [Henry St. John Neale].
- Neale, Henry St. John, active 1780-1806.
A mechanical account and explication of the hysteric passion, under all its various symptoms and appearances. And likewise of all such other diseases as are peculiarly incident to the sex. Comprehending A general Account and Explication of all other nervous Diseases, as well those which are incident to the male Sex, as to the female. With the best and most efficacious Methods of treating them, under all their various Shapes and Symptoms. To which is added, an appendix. Being a dissertation on cancers in general; bu t more especially such as happen in the breasts of women. In which, First, the true Cause, Nature, and Essence of that dreadful Disease are clearly explained and stated. Secondly, the Errors and Mistakes of Practitioners in general are obviated and rectified; and the best Methods of treating them (as well with Regard to externals as internals) are laid down. The whole written, in some measure, occasionally; and deduced chiefly from a late Case of that Kind, which came under the Author's Inspection and Treatment. By Charles Perry, M.D.
- Perry, Charles, 1698-1780.
- MDCCLV.