1 edition of Sketches of the most prevalent diseases of India found in the catalog.
|Statement||By James Annesley ..|
|Contributions||St. Thomas"s Hospital. Medical School Library, King"s College London|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||xxiv, 501 p.,  leaves of plates, 1 col., 1 folding :|
|Number of Pages||501|
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Sketches of the most prevalent diseases of India: comprising a treatise on the epidemic cholera of the East; statistical and topographical reports of the diseases in the different divisions of the army under the Madras presidency. Sketches of the most prevalent diseases of India [electronic resource]: comprising a treatise on the epidemic cholera of the East, statistical and topographical reports of the diseases in the different division of the army under the Madras presidency by Annesley, James, Sir, ; University of Glasgow.
Library; University of Glasgow. Library. Sketches of the most prevalent diseases of India ; [electronic resource]: comprising a treatise on the epidemic cholera of the East; statistical and topographical reports of the diseases in the different divisions of the army under the Madras presidency; embracing also the annual rate of mortality, &c.
Practical observations on the effects of calomel on the alimentary canal and on the diseases most prevalent. Full text of "Sketches of the most prevalent diseases of India: comprising, a treatise on the epidemic cholera of the East: statistical and topographical reports of the diseases in the different divisions of the army under the Madras presidency: embracing also the annual rate of mortality, & c.
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