1 edition of Epoch-making books in British surgery found in the catalog.
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|Statement||by Sir D"Arcy Power, K.B.E., F.S.A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||Pages 181 to 187|
|Number of Pages||187|
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Author(s): Power,D'Arcy,Sir, Title(s): Epoch-making books in British surgery. Country of Publication: England Publisher: Bristol, Wright, “The book illustrated with thirty plates, first appeared in and is dedicated in a grateful preface to the students Of St.
Thomas’s and Guy’s Hospitals. It ran through ten editions and was published at the price, of £1 11s. – Sir D’Arcy Power, Epoch-Making Books in British Surgery, British. “The book illustrated with thirty plates, first appeared in and is dedicated in a grateful preface to the students Of St.
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Full text of "The British Journal Of Surgery(17)". A Thomas Johnson, whom virtually everyone takes to be this Thomas Johnson, published a translation of the works of Paré ina book that exerted great influence on British surgery in the 17th century.
Means of Support Primary: Apothecary Secondary: Medicine Apprenticed to the London Apothecary, William Bell, English Recipe Book, early 18th century; Epoch-making books in British surgery.
Epoch-making books in British surgery. Fifty years a surgeon. A general list of the members of the Royal College of Surgeons in London, MDCCCXII; General list of members of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh. BJS is the official publication of the ASGBI and is the premier peer-reviewed surgical journal in Europe.
Epitome of surgerybeing a complete compendium of the science and art of surgery; Epoch-making books in British surgery. Epoch-making books in British surgery. Epoch-making books in British surgery. Epoch-making books in British surgery.
Epoch-making books in British surgery. Epoch-making books in British surgery. Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 27th. Meeting, Dublin,1 page.
Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Size: Octavo (standard book size).
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This in D’Arcy Power’s view was epoch making. Austin 2. Previously published in England as two works under titles: Surgical observations on the constitutional origin and treatment of Local diseases: and on aneurisms.
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fact, neither English nor American authors of books on surgery havedown to the present time given himcredit for evolving an epoch-making contribution of another kind to surgery.
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