2 edition of Huxley lecture on recent advances in science and their bearing on medicine and surgery found in the catalog.
Huxley lecture on recent advances in science and their bearing on medicine and surgery
Rudolf Ludwig Karl Virchow
by printed at the Office of the British Medical Journal in London
Written in English
|Other titles||British medical journal.|
|Statement||by Rudolf Virchow.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||25|
Pennsylvania. University. Graduate School of Medicine. Advances in medicine and surgery. Philadelphia, Saunders [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: University of Pennsylvania. Graduate School of Medicine. OCLC Number: Description: xii, . Virchow also gave the second Huxley lecture at the opening of Charing Cross Hospital Medical School, London, in , which appeared first in English as: “Recent Advances in Sciences and Their Bearing on Medicine and Surgery,” in British Medical Journal (), 2.
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The Huxley Lecture on Recent Advances in Science, and their Bearing on Medicine and Surgery Delivered at Charing Cross Hospital Medical School on October 5th, Michael FosterAuthor: Michael Foster. THE HUXLEY LECTURE ON RECENT ADVANCES IN SCIENCE AND THEIR BEARING ON MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
Delivered at the Opening of the Charing Cross Hospital Medical School on October 3rd, [VIRCHOW, Rudolf.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. THE HUXLEY LECTURE ON RECENT ADVANCES IN SCIENCE AND THEIR BEARING ON MEDICINE AND Author: Rudolf. VIRCHOW. In this lecture Sir Ronald Ross, after some general remarks on the transmission of disease and a reference to early investigations and later discoveries, turns to the subject of malaria.
He quotes statistics to show that as a broad general rule in malarious countries about one-third of the total population suffers from attacks every year, and that about one-third of the admissions to hospital Author: Ronald Ross.
Br Med J. Oct 10;2() The Huxley Lecture on Recent Advances in Science, and their Bearing on Medicine and Surgery: Delivered at Charing Cross Hospital Medical School on Author: Michael Foster. The first place in experimental medicine to-day is occupied by the problems of immunity and, in accordance with the trust of the Huxley Lectureship, which provides that the lecture shall relate to [quot] recent advances in science and their bearing upon medicine and surgery,[quot] I have chosen for my theme [quot] Recent Studies of Immunity.
The first place in experimental medicine to-day is occupied by the problems of immunity and, in accordance with the trust of the Huxley lectureship, which provides that the lecture shall relate to " recent advances in science, and their bearing upon medicine and surgery," I have chosen for my theme Recent Studies of Immunity, with Special Reference.
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