2 edition of new treatise of the diseases of the eyes found in the catalog.
new treatise of the diseases of the eyes
Saint-Yves M. de
by Printed for the Society of Booksellers for Promoting Learning by Purchasing Manuscripts, Copies, &c. Design"d for the Press; and sold by J. Crokatt (etc.) in London
Written in English
|Statement||By J. Stockton, M. D.|
|Contributions||Saint-Yves M. de, 1667-1733., Stockton, J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 310, 19, (13) p. ;|
|Number of Pages||310|
Full text of "A treatise on the diseases of the eye" See other formats. A Chirurgical Treatise on the Diseases of the Eyes. Containing Proper Remedies, and Describing the Operations Requisite for Their Cures. Written in French by M. de St. Ives, Translated Into English by J. Stockton, M.D. Brand: M De Saint-Yves.
Peters, John C. (John Charles), A treatise on diseases of the eyes: including diseases of the eyelids, inflammations of the conjunctiva, sclerotica, and cornea, also, catarrhal, rheumatic, scrofulous, and purulent ophthalmia: based on Theodore J. Rückert's Clinical experience in homoeopathy / (New-York: William Radde, THE BOOK OF THE TWO PEARLS NEW APOCRYPHAL COLLECTIONS THE TREATISE OF SHEM - A NEW TRANSLATION THE APOCALYPSE OF THE HOLY MOTHER OF GOD CONCERNING THE CHASTISEMENTS The Fragments of Papias The Acts of Peter and the Twelve The Epistle of Apollos The Prophet The Life of Jesus Christ.
One of Major’s motives for writing the book was to present a modern perspective on historical diseases in light of new technological and scientific developments. In the late nineteenth century, researchers began looking at infectious diseases as having an agent that causes harm, like a parasite or a virus, instead of the historical idea of. Commentarius de Penitiori Ossium Structura, , described the cellular structure of bone, along with notes on growth and diseases of bone. His work, Saggio di osservazioni e d’esperienze sulle principali malattie degli occhi (A Treatise on the Principal Diseases of the Eyes) described and illustrated the major eye diseases.
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A Treatise on Diseases of the Eye and Ear and the Oneal Dissolvent Or Natural Method TreatmentAuthor: Oren Oneal. This book is the second edition of John Harrison Curtis' 'A Treatise on the Physiology and Diseases of the Eye, containing a new mode of curing cataract without an operation, experiments and observations on vision, also on the inflection, reflection and colours of light together with remarks on the preservation of sight, and on.
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Rückert's Clinical experience in homoeopathy. A Treatise on the Diseases of the Chest and on Mediate Auscultation was a transformative work that changed the face of medicine. The first and foremost reason for this is Laennec’s invention of and development of the techniques for operating the stethoscope, a medical instrument that.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: On spine: Diseases of the eyes. Original t.p. reads: A treatise of one hvndred and thirteene diseases of the eyes, and eye-liddes. Full text of "A Practical treatise on the diseases of the eye" See other formats.
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Another book of great interest is by Richard Banister whose portrait can be seen in the reception room of the college, holding an unidentified surgical instrument.
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A Treatise on the Physiology and Diseases of the Eye By John Harrison Curtis Printed In London For Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman. The Volume is in Excellent Condition Bound in quarter cloth over marbled boards, recased but retaining the contemporary paper label on the spine.
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