2 edition of Observations on those diseases of females which are attended by discharges found in the catalog.
Spine title: Clarke On females.
|Other titles||Diseases of females which are attended by discharges.|
|Statement||by Charles Mansfield Clarke|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 306 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||306|
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Observations on those diseases of females which are attended by discharges: illustrated by copper-plates of the diseases, &c. by Clarke, Charles Mansfield, Sir, Observations on those diseases of females which are attended by discharges. Illustrated by copper-plates of the diseases, &c () (11 F) Operative gynecology () (1 C, 5 F).
Charles Mansfield Clarke has written: 'Observations on those diseases of females which are attended by discharges' -- subject(s): Diseases, Women 'Observations on those diseases of females which.
Development. The appearance and presence of vaginal rugae change over the life span of females and are associated with hormonal cycles, estrogens, childbirth, puberty and gynecological examination of prepubescent girls, rugae can be visualized.
The vaginal rugae change after some older women the rugae are present but become flattened and difficult to see. Country of Publication: Germany Publisher: Hannover, Hahn, Description: 2 v.
Language: German Notes: Translation of Observations on those diseases of females which are attended by discharges. NLM ID: R[Book]. Author(s): Clarke,Charles Mansfield,Sir, Title(s): Observations on those diseases of females which are attended by discharges.
Edition: 2d ed. Country of. The New England Journal of Medicine Book Reviews. Observations on those Diseases of Females which are attended by Discharges. Illustrated by Copper-plates of the diseases, &c. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Charlie Mansfield books online.
Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. His only work, of considerable value, was entitled ‘Observations on those Diseases of Females which are attended by Discharges,' London,in two parts, second edition ; translated into German, He died at Brighton on 7 Sept.
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The spring was southerly, cool, rains small in quantity. Summer, for the most part, cloudy, no rain, the Etesian winds. OBSERVATIONS. ON. MADNESS, &c. &c. CHAPTER I. DEFINITION. There is no word in the English language more deserving of a precise definition than madness: and if those who have treated on this subject have been so unfortunate as to disagree with each other, and consequently have left their readers to reconcile their discordant opinions; yet it must be confessed that considerable pains have been.The convulsive form, the epileptic, is one of those assumed most frequently by the cerebral diseases produced by masturbation; we can easily conceive of this by remembering, that what takes place in the act of venery has, as we have already seen, a striking analogy with an attack of epilepsy: hence the ancients termed the act of coition, a.It is also useful in those profuse, acrid, long-lasting discharges which excoriate the nostrils and upper lip.
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