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Remarks on irritative fever, commonly called the Plymouth dock-yard disease, with Mr. Dryden's detailed account of the fatal cases, including that of the lamented surgeon, Dr. Bell.

Author: John Butter
Publisher: Devonport, Congdon & Hearle, 1825.
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Additional Physical Format: Also issued on microfilm.
[Bethesda, Md.] : National Library of Medicine, 1997.
1 microfilm reel : negative ; 35 mm.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Butter
OCLC Number: 11273293
Description: xviii, 302 pages
Contents: Case I: William Cowle, puncture from a nail --
Case II: John Henwood, laceration from a saw --
Case III: John Bate, forefinger jammed off --
Case IV: William Butters, nail sprung --
Case V: Robert Horn, contusion of toe --
Case VI: Gregory Nichols, contusions on shin --
Case VII: William Lobb, blow from a spike nail --
Case VIII: John Rawling, finger jammed --
Case IX: Dr. [John] Bell, Dissection wound --
Case X: John Walkie, Abrasion on inner ankle --
Case XI: William Reeves, Abrasion on inner ankle --
Case XII: William Taylor, lacerated wound --
Case XIII: John Quick, Compound fracture of great toe --
Case XIV: John Long, Contusions on lung and left leg --
Case XV: Thomas Beer ... Prevalence of wounds; Mechanics, their occupations; Mr. Dryden, his own complaints; Cowan, Dr., his letter; Identity considered --
Causes supposititous --
Causes defined --
Symptoms and diagnosis --
Treatment.

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