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The Folk-lore of Pulmonary Tuberculosis
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Jean Baptiste Bouillaud (1796–1881). A Pioneer in Cardiology and Neurology
  • J. D. Rolleston
  • Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • 1 July 1931
ALTHOUGH ample justice has been done to him in France, where tributes were paid to him shortly after his death by Roger and Bergeron, and his memory has been kept alive within recent years by theExpand
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Rhinology and Folk-Lore
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The History of the Acute Exanthemata
the subject; the book deals with the history of certain acute exanthemata, viz, smallpox, chickenpox, scarlet fever, measles and German measles. This little volume presents an important survey of theExpand
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Otology and Folk-Lore
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HEREDITARY SYPHILIS AND ENTERIC FEVER
printed calico lhas passed through the dryiing, machinies and is beinig folded, but tlhouglh this foldig' is done by boys whlo miglht be considered more likely to be susceptible than adults, thereExpand
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Non-Surgical Subcutaneous Emphysema in Laryngeal Diphtheria
  • J. D. Rolleston
  • Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • 1 March 1928
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Inherited Syphilis and “Blue Sclerotics.”
  • J. D. Rolleston
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • 1 July 1911
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A Note on the Early History of Rosacea
  • J. D. Rolleston
  • Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • 1 February 1933
By J. D. ROLLESTON, M.D. WHILE preparing a paper on " Chaucer and Mediaval Medicine " for the recent Congress of the History of Medicine at Bucharest, where I was the delegate of this Society, I wasExpand
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