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  1. 11500111320
    Title:Tercentenary (The) celebration of the Dublin University, July 5–8, 1892.
    Subject(s):Great Britain
    Dublin
    Dublin University (Trinity College)
    Universities [ in alphabetical order, by names of countries and places ]
    Note(s):[Editorials and reports of the proceedings]
    Reference Note:Cuttings from: Daily Evening Mail, July 5, 1892; Daily Express, July 7, 8, 9; Freeman's Journal, July 7; Irish Daily Independent, July 7; Irish Times, July 6, 7, 8.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 1/Volume 15/Page 11
  2. 11500301170
    Author(s):Wood, G. B.
    Title:Sketch of the history of the Medical Department of the University of Pennsylvania.
    Subject(s):United States
    Pennsylvania
    University of Pennsylvania
    Universities [ in alphabetical order, by names of countries and places ]
    In Note:In his: Int. Lect. and Addresses8°Phila.1859331–351.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 1/Volume 15/Page 30
  3. 11500391400
    Author(s):Caulton, J.
    Title:Account of a negroe boy, two months old, well and thriving, who made water in a full stream from the navel as well as from the penis; the navel stream was cured by a strong solution of crude alum.
    Subject(s):Urachus (Abnormities and pathology of)
    In Note:In: Gentleman's Mag. & Hist. Chron.8°1752xxii, 271.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 1/Volume 15/Page 39
  4. 11500531140
    Author(s):James, A.
    Title:The physies of the bladder and ureters.
    Subject(s):Ureter
    In Note:In his: Physiol. & Clin. Stud.8°Edinb.188849–66.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 1/Volume 15/Page 53
  5. 11500561060
    Author(s):Mackenzie, S. C.
    Title:Rupture of the right ureter.
    Subject(s):Ureter (Tubercle of)
    In Note:In his: Med.-Leg. Experience in Calcutta12°Edinb.189198.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 1/Volume 15/Page 56
  6. 11500581330
    Author(s):Jordan, F.
    Title:On the results of congenital small urinary meatus in males and females.
    Subject(s):Urethra (Abnormities of)
    In Note:In his: Surg. Enq.2. ed.Lond.[1880]267–270, 1 pl.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 1/Volume 15/Page 58
  7. 11500601390
    Author(s):Duplay, S.
    Title:Injuries and diseases of the urethra.
    Subject(s):Urethra (Diseases of)
    In Note:In: Internat. Encycl. Surg. (Ashhurst)8°N. Y.1886vi, 421–526.
    Reference Note:Also, transl.: Encyl. internat. de chir. (Ashhurst), Par., 1888, vii, 91–194.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 1/Volume 15/Page 60
  8. 11500631620
    Author(s):Helmuth, W. T.
    Title:Glass tube in urethra; sloughing of scrotum after removal; perineal urethrotomy; cure.
    Subject(s):Urethra (Foreign body in)
    In Note:In his: A Dozen Cases Clin. Surg.8°Albany187634.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 1/Volume 15/Page 63
  9. 11500651580
    Author(s):Cooper, A.
    Title:Of abscess in the urethra.
    Subject(s):Urethra (Inflammation of)
    In Note:In: Cooper & Travers' Surg. Essays8°Lond.1819pt. 2, 207–212.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 1/Volume 15/Page 65
  10. 11500701820
    Author(s):Hutchison, J. C.
    Title:Laceration of the urethra from muscular contraction, without extravasation of urine.
    Subject(s):Urethra (Rupture of)
    In Note:In his: Brooklyn City Hosp.8°[n. p.][1857?]5.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 1/Volume 15/Page 70
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