1 edition of Observations on phagedaena gangraenosa found in the catalog.
1818 by Printed by Balfour and Clarke, for David Brown, 6, St. Andrew"s Street, Edinburgh, T. & G. Underwood, and Anderson & Chase in Edinburgh, London .
Written in English
|Statement||by H. Home Blackadder, surgeon|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, , 180 [i.e. 170] p. ;|
|Number of Pages||180|
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Observations on morbid poisons, phagedaena, and cancer: containing a comparative view of the theories of Dr. Swediaur, John Hunter, Messrs. Foot, Moore and Bell, on the laws of the venereal virus.
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Observations on Morbid Poisons, Phagedaena, and Cancer. Lond. 8vo. Second edit. 4to. The singular title of this work derives from Mr.
Hunter's division of poisons into the natural and the diseased—those that belong to a healthy animal with Observations on phagedaena gangraenosa book ill effect to that animal, and those that result from disease and can spread to other : REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE Since Brocq's original article, geometric phagedena, I believe, has been described under at least ten different terms, seven of which are to be discussed.
Pyoderma Gangraenosum.—Brunsting,Goeckerman and O'Leary6 described the lesion of pyoderma gangraenosum as follows: The lesions occurred in crops as small, discrete pustules surrounded by an inflammatory. Inflammatory ulcers refer specifically to those ulcerations in which inflammation is the primary pathologic process resulting in lesion formation; that is, inflammation is the cause rather than the consequence of the ulcer.
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