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The Endocrine Organs in Health and Disease with an Historical Review
  • H. Rolleston
  • Medicine
  • The Indian Medical Gazette
  • 1 October 1936
Of the various methods of approach in the study of any science or subdivision of a science, the historical is one of the most satisfactory. A cross-section of our present state of knowledge on anyExpand
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THE HISTORY OF ENDOCRINOLOGY
came into use in this century. In 1905 Starling, on the look out for a synonym for " chemical messengers," adopted the suggestion of hormones (6ptaico = I excite) made by the late Sir W. B. Hardy andExpand
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Summary of discussion
D A N I E L D E N N E T T : I think there is something plausible in the claim that, if we abandon Classical Prudence, morality ought to take its place. But I suggest that how we can plausibly appealExpand
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The Lumleian Lectures ON CEREBRO-SPINAL FEVER
the anastomosis should be closed.One is iiaturally relticbant to recommend such a step, but so-far as 1 have seen the results have always justified it. The constant nauisea, which was a, prominent.Expand
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Concerning Old Age.
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ON THE EFFECTS OF RADIATIONS ON PATIENTS AND RADIOLOGISTS-THE MACKENZIE DAVIDSON LECTURE.
  • H. Rolleston
  • Medicine
  • Canadian Medical Association journal
  • 1 September 1927
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Jaundice with Areas of Unpigmented Skin
  • H. Rolleston
  • Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • 1 June 1910
the upper half of the shaft of the humerus. It was somewhat tender and irregular, and on taking a skiagram the bone was found to be converted into a thin shell. The upper half of the shaft of boneExpand
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A Case of Congenital Hepatic Cirrhosis with Obliterative Cholangitis (Congenital Obliteration of the Bile Ducts)
cmaciation. He again improved, but on the thirty-first day rigors again appeared. The epididymitis subsided, and the urethral disclharge re.t,urned. He again imiproved, and got up. On the fortietlhExpand
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Medical Aspects of Samuel Johnson.
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