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Page 39 - LECTURES ON EKZEMA AND EKZEMATOUS AFFECTIONS ; with an Introduction on the General Pathology of the Skin, and an Appendix of Essays and Cases. 8vo. 10s. 6d. VII. LECTURES ON DERMATOLOGY DELIVERED AT THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, JANUARY, 1870 : Synopsis of Diseases of the Skin. 8vo., 6s. VIII. " ON SYPHILIS, CONSTITUTIONAL AND HEREDITARY; AND ON SYPHILITIC ERUPTIONS. With Four Coloured Plates. 8vo., 16s. IX. A THREE WEEKS' SCAMPER THROUGH THE SPAS OF GERMANY AND BELGIUM, with an Appendix on the...
Page 13 - JOHN CLAY, MRCS KIWISCH ON DISEASES OF THE OVARIES: Translated, by permission, from the last German Edition of his Clinical Lectures on the Special Pathology and Treatment of the Diseases of Women. With Notes, and an Appendix on the Operation of Ovariotomy. Royal 12mo.
Page 1 - We have before called the attention of both students and practitioners to the great advantage which Mr. Churchill has conferred on the profession, in the issue, at such a moderate cost, of works so highly creditable in point of artistic execution and scientific merit.
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