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Review: Observations on Cholera, and Facts regarding the Mode of Its Diffusion by T. Simpson
Reviewed Works: Observations on Cholera, and Facts regarding the Mode of Its Diffusion by T. Simpson; The Symptomatic Treatment of Asiatic Cholera by Ewing Whittle; Cholera; Its Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Considered and Explained by J. P. Batchelder; The Cholera; What Has It Taught Us? Its Various Modes of Treatment Examined, and the Mode by Calomel Shewn to Be the Best by William Cox; Observations on the Spread of Cholera and Its Communicable Nature by John Evans; On the Pathological Anatomy of Cholera by W. T. Gairdener; History of the Cholera in Manchester in 1849 by John Leigh, Mr. Gardiner; Statistics of Cholera by Edward Balfour; Cholera and Its Cures; A Historical Sketch by Dr. Bushnan
Provincial Medical & Surgical Journal (1844-1852)
Vol. 14, No. 21 (Oct. 16, 1850), pp. 571-574
Published by: BMJ
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25501456
Page Count: 4