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On some PRACTICAL POINTS relating to DISEASES of the EYE,
And particularly on the CURE of CAT ARACT in Persons born blind.
By J. C. SAUNDERS, Esq.
Late Demonstrator of Anatomy at St. Thomas's Hospital, and Surgeon to the
London Infirmary for curing Diseases of the Eye.
The Work will be illustrated by coloured Engravings, and prefaced with a short
Account of the Author's Life, and an Engraving, frou a Portrait by Devis.
Into the PHYSIOLOGICAL CHANGES of the HUMAN BODY at
its different AGES,
The Diseases to which it is predisposed in each Period of Life, and the Principles
of Human Longevity.
By THOMAS JAMESON, M.D.
of the Colleges of Physicians of London and Edinburgh, and Resident Physician at
Cheltenham. In one Volume, Octavo.
THE ANATOMY of the HUMAN BODY.
- By JOHN and CHARLES BELL.
A new Edition, greatly improved.
Containing the Elements and Practice of Materia Medica and Pharmacy, with a Translation of the Pharmacopoeias of the London, the Edinburgh, and the Dublin Colleges of Physicians; many useful Tables; and Copperplates of the Pharmaceutical Apparatus; the whole forming a Synopsis of Materia Medica and Therapeutics.
By ANTHONY TODD THOMSON, Surgeon,
Fellow of the Medical Society of London, and of the Royal Medical, the Physical and the Speculative Societies of Edinburgh.
In Four Volumes Octavo.
One of the Surgeons to the Royal Infirmary, Professor of Surgery to the Royal
College of Surgeons, and Regius Professor of Military Surgery in the University
This Work is intended to exhibit a concise View of the present State of the Principles and Practices of Surgery, illustrated by numerous Historical and Critical Remarks; and will contain full and accurate References to the best and most original Sources of Information, relative to the Anatomy, Pathology, Symptons, and Treatment of Surgical Diseases.
95 MEDICO-CHIRURGICAL TRANSACTIONS,
Published by the Medical and Chirurgical Society of London. Volume the Second.
Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Anatomy, Physiology, Practice of Physic, Materia Medica, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Surgery, Midwifery, and the various Branches of Natural Philosophy connected with Medicine. To which is added a Glossary of Obsolete Terms, from Castelli, Blanchard, Quincy, James, &c. By ROBERT HOOPER, M. D. F. L. S. Assistant Physician to the St. Mary-le-bone Infirmary, &c. A new Edition, much enlarged.
Being an Introduction to the Surgery of the Arteries.
Lecturer on Chemistry, and on Materia Medica and Pharmacy, Edinburgh.