1 edition of Remarks and practical results of observation on scirrhus and cancer found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Antonio Scarpa ; tr. from the Italian, with an appendix containing an account of a sanguineous tumor of the breast, and some annotations on the text, by James Briggs|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 64 p.,  leaf of plates ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
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Author(s): Scarpa,Antonio,; Briggs,James, Title(s): Remarks and practical results of observation on scirrhus and cancer/ by Antonio Scarpa ; translated from the Italian, with an appendix containing an account of a sanguineous tumor of the breast, and.
Remarks and practical results of observation on scirrhus and cancer / by Antonio Scarpa ; translated from the Italian with an appendix containing an account of a sanguineous tumor of the breast and some annotations on the text by James Briggs Scarpa, Antonio, [ Book: ].
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To which is prefixed a practical " See other formats. The Lancet The Lettsomian Lectures ON PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON CANCER OF THE BREAST. Delivered before the Medical Society of London on March 5th and 19th and April 2nd,BY SIR WILLIAM M.
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Thomas referred to its results as a demonstration of the noncontagiousness of cancer: Mons. Alibert inoculated himself and some of his pupils with cancerous matter, and although in some instances inflammation of the part, and of the lymphatics proceeding from it occurred, yet nothing like scirrhus, or cancer succeeded.
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