JOSEPH BLACK AND THE DISCOVERY OF CARBON DIOXIDE

@article{Jennerand1957JOSEPHBA,
  title={JOSEPH BLACK AND THE DISCOVERY OF CARBON DIOXIDE},
  author={Edward Jennerand},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},
  year={1957},
  volume={1}
}
teenth century, this was regarded as a standard worm. Senacwas one of the first to use quinine in the treatment of heartdisease. By the publication in 1761 of Morgagni's classical work on seatsand causesof disease,pathology acquired an anatomical basis. Morgagni recorded, in the form of letters to a friend, a vast numberof observations on the lives and deaths of his patients, with autopsy findings. He was the first to stress the importance of physical signs in the diagnosis of diseasesof the… 
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