The Resource An account of the appearances observed in the dissection of two of three individuals presumed to have perished in the storm of the 3d, and whose bodies were discovered in the vicinity of Leith on the morning of the 4th, November 1821 : with some reflections on the pathology of the brain, by George Kellie

An account of the appearances observed in the dissection of two of three individuals presumed to have perished in the storm of the 3d, and whose bodies were discovered in the vicinity of Leith on the morning of the 4th, November 1821 : with some reflections on the pathology of the brain, by George Kellie

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An account of the appearances observed in the dissection of two of three individuals presumed to have perished in the storm of the 3d, and whose bodies were discovered in the vicinity of Leith on the morning of the 4th, November 1821 : with some reflections on the pathology of the brain
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An account of the appearances observed in the dissection of two of three individuals presumed to have perished in the storm of the 3d, and whose bodies were discovered in the vicinity of Leith on the morning of the 4th, November 1821
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with some reflections on the pathology of the brain
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by George Kellie
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On death from cold, and on congestions of the brain
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-1829
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Kellie, George
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  • This material has been provided by The Royal College of Surgeons of England. The original may be consulted at The Royal College of Surgeons of England.
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  • Hypothermia, pathology
  • Cerebrovascular Disorders
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An account of the appearances observed in the dissection of two of three individuals presumed to have perished in the storm of the 3d, and whose bodies were discovered in the vicinity of Leith on the morning of the 4th, November 1821 : with some reflections on the pathology of the brain, by George Kellie
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  • 'From the Transactions of the Medico-Chirurgical Society of Edinburgh' - caption
  • Cover title: On death from cold, and on congestions of the brain
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(OCoLC)969500529
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An account of the appearances observed in the dissection of two of three individuals presumed to have perished in the storm of the 3d, and whose bodies were discovered in the vicinity of Leith on the morning of the 4th, November 1821 : with some reflections on the pathology of the brain, by George Kellie
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  • 'From the Transactions of the Medico-Chirurgical Society of Edinburgh' - caption
  • Cover title: On death from cold, and on congestions of the brain
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1 online resource (86 pages)
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online
Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)969500529

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