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The gout. Extraordinary cases in the head, stomach, and extremities; with physical and chirurgical remarks and observations On the various Stages of the Disorder-The Rheumatism-The Disease commonly called the Scurvy-The Nature and Formation of External and Internal Chalk-Stones-And Considerations Proving the Gout the immediate Parent of Jaundice, Dropsy, and Stone. With An accurate Account of, and Difference between, Obstructions in the Kidneys and Ureters, and the Paroxcysm in the Back and Loins, occasioning the Loss of muscular Action in the lower Limbs. To which is prefixed an essay, pointing out the progressive symptoms and effects, and the Reasons why the Gout was not heretofore regularly treated and cured. By Richard Ingram, Manmidwife, MD. Late Surgeon to the First of Royal Regiment of Dragoons, and now on the Staff.
- Ingram, Richard.
- MDCCLXVII. 
Medical reports of cases and experiments : with observations, chiefly derived from hospital practice : to which are added, an enquiry into the origin of canine madness : and thoughts on a plan for its extirpation from the British isles / by Samuel Argent Bardsley.
- Bardsley, Samuel Argent, 1764-1851.