Lectures and essays on fevers and diphtheria, 1849 to 1879

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Typhoid fever, Typhus fever, Dipht
Other titlesOn fevers and diphtheria, 1849 to 1879.
Statementby Sir William Jenner.
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LC ClassificationsRC187 .J46x 1893
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 581, 7, [1] p. ;
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Open LibraryOL2668330M
LC Control Number85664539

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The latter paper was received on 20 Nov., and read on 11 Dec. the author being introduced by Dr. William Sharpey [q. v.] Jenner also published: 'On the Identity and Non-identity of Typhoid Fever,' London,8vo; translated into French, Brussels, in two parts, 'Diphtheria, its Symptoms and Treatment,' London,12mo.

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