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Morell Mackenzie: The Story of a Victorian Tragedy
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A HISTORY OF OTO-LARYNGOLOGY
This is an ambitious book. Professor Meakins sets out to describe ' the practical aspects of symptomatology.' As Professor Soma Weiss points out in the foreword, the importance of a properExpand
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Recent advances in oto-laryngology
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Famous illnesses in history
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Subcutaneous Emphysema following Tonsillectomy
G.Y., a stout, bull-necked young man (he had played forward in an international trial XV) aged 25, had his tonsils dissected out by me on July 31st, 1928. At the end of the operation, which was quiteExpand
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Socialized medicine in england
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Sir Felix Semon, 1849–1921
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One year's experience of the government hearing aid.
  • R. Stevenson
  • Medicine
  • Acta oto-laryngologica. Supplementum
  • 1950
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Sir Felix Semon*
  • R. Stevenson
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 10 December 1949
TLDR
Morning S.I. with P.Z. tends to prevent early morning ketosis and controls the fasting blood sugar. Expand
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