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Thu Feb 12 22:04:46 2015 UTClccn-n822057770.00Guy's Hospital Physical Society /0.770.95A practical inquiry into the causes of the frequent failure of the operations of depression, and of the extraction of the cataract, as usually performed, with the description of a series of new and improved operations, by the practice of which, most of these causes of failure may be avoided. Illustrated by tables of the comparative success of the new and old modes of practice /139583852n 82205777867063Guy's Hospital. Physical Societync-st thomass hospital$medical school$librarySt. Thomas's HospitalMedical SchoolLibrarylccn-n77002188Johnson, Joseph1738-1809lccn-n86084665Jameson, Robert1774-1854autlccn-n88007820Cadell, T.(Thomas)1742-1802lccn-n79144758Cuvier, Georges(Georges Léopold Chrétien Frédéric Dagobert)baron1769-1832autlccn-n86841455Kerr, Robert1755-1813lccn-n82249860Smith, James Edward1759-1828autlccn-n85057744Hooker, William JacksonSir1785-1865autlccn-n93017704Taylor, Thomas-1848lccn-n84068968Lawrence, WilliamSir1783-1867autPhysical Society (Guy's Hospital)PoetryRulesRegistersCase studiesHistoryTextbooksSourcesBibliographyPortraitsCriticism, interpretation, etcNatural historyNatural theologyBotanyPaleontologyGeologyPortland VaseSurgeryJoints--DiseasesHerniaMedicineTuberculosisGreat BritainCataractBook catalogsIrelandPeritonitisJoints--SurgeryPhlebitisPuerperal septicemiaMossesPlantsBladder--DiseasesApologeticsEarth (Planet)Surgery, OperativeEvolution (Biology)HydroceleTumorsCataract--SurgeryFracturesDislocationsHead--Wounds and injuriesSurgical diseasesEnglish poetryPott, Percivall,TherapeuticsDiseasesHernia--SurgeryTongueTongue manifestations of general diseasesGod--ProofGeology, StratigraphicEye--DiseasesMineralogyOphthalmologySaltsInternal medicineDiagnosisEye--SurgeryWounds and injuries16091627164916781686168916921694169717001701170517171719172017231726172717281729173117321733173417351738173917401741174517461748174917511752175317541757175917601762176417661767176817691770177117721773177417751776177717781779178017811782178317841785178617871788178917901791179217931794179517961797179817991800180118021803180418051806180718081809181018111812181318141815181618171818182018211822182618271828182918301832183318341839184018441847185018571251370423210BL1817813ocn083378660file17830.74Physical Society (Guy's Hospital)Laws of the Physical Society, held at Guy's HospitalCatalogsBibliographyRules441ocn223168205book18170.87Cuvier, GeorgesEssay on the theory of the earthHistoryAutographs301ocn222930278book18180.89Hooker, William JacksonMuscologia britannica : containing the mosses of Great Britain and Ireland systematically arranged and described with plates illustrative of the characters of the genera and species291ocn223167778book18070.92Smith, James EdwardAn introduction to physiological and systematical botanyTextbooks231ocn223164989book18100.93Lawrence, WilliamA treatise on ruptures, containing an anatomical description of each species with an account of its symptoms, progress, and treatmentHernien181ocn223168145file18340.90Brodie, BenjaminPathological and surgical observations on diseases of the jointsHistoryGelenkerkrankungen151ocn223166269book18170.95Adams, WilliamA practical inquiry into the causes of the frequent failure of the operations of depression, and of the extraction of the cataract, as usually performed, with the description of a series of new and improved operations, by the practice of which, most of these causes of failure may be avoided. Illustrated by tables of the comparative success of the new and old modes of practice152ocn827223898file18570.95Ridge, BenjaminGlossology, or, The additional means of diagnosis of disease to be derived from indications and appearances of the tongue read before the Senior Physical Society of Guy's Hospital, 4th November, 1843122ocn761048545file18390.74Velpeau, ANouveaux éléments de médecine opératoire accompagnés d'un atlas de 22 planches in-4 gravées, représentant les principaux procédés opératoires et un grand nombre d'instruments de chirurgie101ocn222924810book17990.67Sherwen, JohnObservations on the diseased and contracted urinary bladder and frequent painful micturition ; with some cautions respecting the use of the caustic Bougie in the Treatment of strictures in the urethra. To which are added, Observations on the Schirro-Contracted Rectum, from the second volume of Memoirs of the Medical Society of London. By John Sherwen, M.D. Member of the Corporation of Surgeons81ocn223162814book17050.60Guglielmini, DomenicoDe salibus dissertatio epistolaris : physico-medico-mechanica87ocn225666316book17860.70Physical Society (Guy's Hospital)A list of the officers and members of the Physical Society held at Guy's Hospital ; together with a catalogue of the booksRegisters73ocn222900748book17830.87Pott, PercivallChirurgical observations relative to the cataract, the polypus of the nose, the cancer of the scrotum, the different kinds of ruptures, and the mortification of the toes and feetHistoryCase studies71ocn222870858book16890.82Morton, RichardPhthisiologia, seu, Exercitationes de phthisi tribus libris comprehensæ totumque opus variis historiis illustratum71ocn023095039book18280.87Hodgkin, ThomasAn essay on medical education : read before the Physical Society of Guy's Hospital, at the first meeting of the session 1827-8Sources62ocn223166207book17950.63Balfour, FrancisA treatise on sol-lunar influence in fevers, & c61ocn223150768book17910.82Darwin, ErasmusThe botanic garden. a poem, in two parts. Part I. Containing the economy of vegetation. Part II. The loves of the plants. With philosophical notesPoetryMiscellanea52ocn223162754book17980.82Rollo, JohnCases of the diabetes mellitus : with the results of the trials of cretain acids, and other substances, in the cure of the lues venerea51ocn223161065book18000.80Hull, JohnAn essay on phlegmatia dolens including an account of the symptoms, causes and cure of peritonitis puerperalis & conjunctiva, & c &c. By John Hull, M.D51ocn222904820book18130.74Paley, WilliamNatural theology or, evidence of the existence and attributes of the deity, collected from the appearances of natureHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyPortraitsTextbooksPictorial worksWilliam Paley set out to prove the existence of God from the evidence of the beauty and order of the natural world. Famously beginning by comparing the world to a watch, whose design is self-evident, he goes on to provide examples from biology, anatomy, and astronomy in order to demonstrate the intricacy and ingenuity of design that could only come from a wise and benevolent deity. Paley's legalistic approach and skilful use of metaphor and analogy were hugely successful and equally controversial. Charles Darwin, whose investigations led to very different conclusions in The Origin of Species, was greatly influenced by the book's cumulative structure and accessible style2244ocn083284283file17830.74Physical Society (Guy's Hospital)Laws of the Physical Society, held at Guy's HospitalCatalogsBibliographyRules1452ocn642642129file17860.70Physical Society (Guy's Hospital)A list of the officers and members of the Physical Society held at Guy's Hospital ; together with a catalogue of the booksRegisters11ocn779766582art1939Hale-White, WilliamGuy's Hospital Physical SocietyFri Feb 13 10:58:32 EST 2015batch22460