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The Resource Essays on the secretory and the excito-secretory system of nerves in their relations to physiology and pathology. : Comprising I. A new classification of febrile diseases. II. An exposition of the "ganglionic pathology" of all continued fevers, as illustrated in typhus and typhoid fever. III. The prize essay on the excito-secretory system of nerves in its relations to physiology and pathology.--IV. A letter to Dr. Marshall Hall, of London, claiming priority in the discovery and naming of the excito-secretory system of nerves., By Henry Fraser Campbell ..

Essays on the secretory and the excito-secretory system of nerves in their relations to physiology and pathology. : Comprising I. A new classification of febrile diseases. II. An exposition of the "ganglionic pathology" of all continued fevers, as illustrated in typhus and typhoid fever. III. The prize essay on the excito-secretory system of nerves in its relations to physiology and pathology.--IV. A letter to Dr. Marshall Hall, of London, claiming priority in the discovery and naming of the excito-secretory system of nerves., By Henry Fraser Campbell ..

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Essays on the secretory and the excito-secretory system of nerves in their relations to physiology and pathology. : Comprising I. A new classification of febrile diseases. II. An exposition of the "ganglionic pathology" of all continued fevers, as illustrated in typhus and typhoid fever. III. The prize essay on the excito-secretory system of nerves in its relations to physiology and pathology.--IV. A letter to Dr. Marshall Hall, of London, claiming priority in the discovery and naming of the excito-secretory system of nerves.
Title
Essays on the secretory and the excito-secretory system of nerves in their relations to physiology and pathology.
Title remainder
Comprising I. A new classification of febrile diseases. II. An exposition of the "ganglionic pathology" of all continued fevers, as illustrated in typhus and typhoid fever. III. The prize essay on the excito-secretory system of nerves in its relations to physiology and pathology.--IV. A letter to Dr. Marshall Hall, of London, claiming priority in the discovery and naming of the excito-secretory system of nerves.
Statement of responsibility
By Henry Fraser Campbell ..
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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DLC
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1824-1891
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Campbell, Henry Fraser
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
RC333
LC item number
.C24
Literary form
non fiction
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American Medical Association
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  • Nervous system
  • Typhoid fever
  • Typhus fever
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Essays on the secretory and the excito-secretory system of nerves in their relations to physiology and pathology. : Comprising I. A new classification of febrile diseases. II. An exposition of the "ganglionic pathology" of all continued fevers, as illustrated in typhus and typhoid fever. III. The prize essay on the excito-secretory system of nerves in its relations to physiology and pathology.--IV. A letter to Dr. Marshall Hall, of London, claiming priority in the discovery and naming of the excito-secretory system of nerves., By Henry Fraser Campbell ..
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Publication
Note
At head of title: Contributions to the American medical association
Control code
000122723
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xix, 135 p.
Lccn
s07027980
Other physical details
illus.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 122723
  • 122910
  • ocm11022166
Label
Essays on the secretory and the excito-secretory system of nerves in their relations to physiology and pathology. : Comprising I. A new classification of febrile diseases. II. An exposition of the "ganglionic pathology" of all continued fevers, as illustrated in typhus and typhoid fever. III. The prize essay on the excito-secretory system of nerves in its relations to physiology and pathology.--IV. A letter to Dr. Marshall Hall, of London, claiming priority in the discovery and naming of the excito-secretory system of nerves., By Henry Fraser Campbell ..
Publication
Note
At head of title: Contributions to the American medical association
Control code
000122723
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xix, 135 p.
Lccn
s07027980
Other physical details
illus.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 122723
  • 122910
  • ocm11022166

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