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Title: Erysipelas, with notes on eighty cases
Author: Crossley, Leonard
Awarding Body: University of Edinburgh
Current Institution: University of Edinburgh
Date of Award: 1903
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Having been Assistant Resident Medical Officer at the City Fever Hospital, Edinburgh during the Winter of 1901 - 1902, and having during that time had the opportunity of seeing and treating nearly a hundred cases of Erysipelas, I propose in this Thesis to consider how far these cases agree with modern views of Erysipelas, and to give a brief account of the Pathology, Symptoms, Course, Complications and Treatment of the Disease. Erysipelas is a subject which is very insufficiently described in British Text-books of Medicine and Surgery, but French and German writers de- scribe it much more fully, and my chief authority in reading up the subject has been the account written by Dr Hermann Lenhartz of Hamburg in Nothnagel's Encyclopedia of Practical Medicine, English Edition published in 1902. Other references will be given as they occur. Having been Assistant Resident Medical Officer at the City Fever Hospital, Edinburgh during the Winter of 1901 - 1902, and having during that time had the opportunity of seeing and treating nearly a hundred cases of Erysipelas, I propose in this Thesis to consider how far these cases agree with modern views of Erysipelas, and to give a brief account of the Pathology, Symptoms, Course, Complications and Treatment of the Disease.
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Qualification Name: Thesis (M.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.735047  DOI: Not available
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