4 edition of A treatise on gonorrhœa virulenta, and lues venerea found in the catalog.
A treatise on gonorrhœa virulenta, and lues venerea
|Statement||by Benjamin Bell ; with notes, adapted to the present state of practice in those diseases|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 30842|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 1, 5 leaves of plates|
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Hill's articles give an insight into the range of conditions with which he dealt as a surgeon-apothecary, and his understanding of their causes and treatment. Br J Dermatol 9: — Google Scholar Glasgow Med J 1—26 Google Scholar This was the result of Hill's appreciation of the concept of cerebral compression and his better understanding of the indication for and location of the trephine.
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Download preview PDF. Indian Med Gaz — Google Scholar To further develop his interest in farming during this period of recuperation, he took the lease of Liberton Farm situated some two miles south of the centre of Edinburgh.
Medical Essays and Observations ; 3: 38— Hill's articles give an insight into the range of conditions with which he dealt as a surgeon-apothecary, and his understanding of their causes and treatment.
Lancet ii: — Google Scholar Cassell, London, p 76 Google Scholar Surgeons attended in rotation and Bell managed to remain a surgeon to the Infirmary for eighteen years, an unusually long period.
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Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh ; — Edinburgh Journal of Medical Science ; 1: Priestley's suggestion that atmospheric air contained fixed ai r carbon dioxide and dephlogisticated air oxygen clearly made an impression on Bell who noted from the lecture that "air can be spoiled by one or more animals breathing it in a confined space and become unfit for purposes of life"  Practice[ edit ] On return to Edinburgh he set up in surgical practice and within a year, at the age of 24, was elected one of four attendant surgeons to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh.
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London, pp — Google Scholar 9. This may have been because of his lifelong friendship with James Gregorythe Professor of Physic, and the most influential member of the Infirmary Board of Management. Hutchinson J Clinical lecture on heredito- syphilitic struma and on the teeth as a means of diagnosis.
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Being a course of twenty-three lectures, read in Dean-Stret [sic], Soho, in the years and By Jesse Foot, surgeon. by: Foot, Jesse, A Treatise on gonorrhoea virulenta and lues venerea Volume - II ஆசிரியர்: Bell, Benjamin பதிப்பாளர்: Edinburgh: James Watson and Co, வடிவ விளக்கம்: viii, p. துறை / பொருள்: Medicine.
A Treatise on gonorrhoea virulenta and lues venerea Volume - I ஆசிரியர்: Bell, Benjamin பதிப்பாளர்: Edinburgh: James Watson and Co, வடிவ விளக்கம்: xiv, p. துறை / பொருள்: Medicine. 1. Author(s): Bell,Benjamin, Title(s): A treatise on gonorrhoea virulenta, and lues venerea Country of Publication: Scotland Publisher: Edinburgh, James.