Boylston Medical Prize Dissertations for the Years 1819 and 1821. Experiments and Observations on the Communication Between the Stomach and the Urinary Organs, and on the Propriety of Administering Medicine by Injection into the Veins. MEDICINE, HALE, noch.

Boylston Medical Prize Dissertations for the Years 1819 and 1821. Experiments and Observations on the Communication Between the Stomach and the Urinary Organs, and on the Propriety of Administering Medicine by Injection into the Veins

Boston: Oliver Everett and Joseph W. Ingraham, 1821. First Edition. Octavo (24cm.); removed; 135pp. Some light foxing and dampstaining along margins, long closed tear to pp. [3/4] touching text without loss, else Very Good and sound.

Among the author's other medical treatises include works on spotted fever and the self-limited nature of typhoid fever, Hale advising physicians not to overdose. SHOEMAKER 5514.

Price: $225.00

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