Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1987. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 2166, no. 7).
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A Treatise of Diseases in General Volume 2; Wherein the True Causes, Natures, and Essences of All the Principal Diseases Incident to the Human Body Paperback – February 9, Author: Charles Perry. It ought never to be employed in the treatment of consumption except to remove inflammation or active determinations of blood, with which the disease may be complicated ; beyond this, its operation can only tend to an useless loss of strength.*. Full text of "Modern domestic medicine: a popular treatise, describing the symptoms, causes, distinction, and correct treatment of the diseases incident to the human frame, embracing the modern improvements in medicine, to which are added, a domestic materia medica, a copious collection of approved prescriptions, &c. &c, The whole intended as a comprehensive medical guide for the use of . Full text of "Modern domestic medicine, or, A popular treatise illustrating the character, symptoms, causes, distinction, and correct treatment, of all diseases incident to the human frame : to which is added, a domestic materia medica See other formats.
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