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Humphry Rolleston
Humphry Rolleston (British baronet)
Rolleston, H. D. (Sir)
Rolleston, Humphrey
Rolleston, Humphrey Davy (Sir)
Rolleston, Humphry
Rolleston, Humphry Davey
Rolleston, Humphry Davy
Rolleston, Humphry Davy (Sir)
Rolleston, Humphry Davy (Sir, bart)
רולסטון, המפרי (סר)
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Allbutt, Thomas Clifford (1836-1925))
Great Britain. Committee on vaccination. [from old catalog]
Great Britain. Ministry of Health
Moncrieff, Alan
Moncrieff, Alan A.
Moncrieff, Alan A. (1901-)
Moncrieff, Alan Aird
Moncrieff, Alan Aird (1901-)
Moncrieff, Alan Aird (1901-1971))
Munro, David Sir, Air Vice-Marshal
Nothnagel, Hermann (1841-1905)
Stengel, Alfred (1868- [from old catalog])
Walker, M. E. M.
Welch, William Henry (1850-1934))
Address on the medical aspects of tobacco, An
After-care and rehabilitation
âge, la vie, la maladie, L'
Aneurysms of arteries in the abdomen
Aspects of Age, Life and Disease
Associations between medicine and literature ...
Barnes, Robert (DNB12)
Birth Control Investigation Committee.
British encyclopaedia of medical practice, The : including medicine, surgery, obstetrics, gynaecology, and other special subjects
Caleb Hillier Parry, M.D.F.R.S
Cambridge medical school; a biographical history, The
Clinical and other methods of medical practice and research
Corbet, Matthew Ridley (DNB12)
diseases and primary tumours of the thymus gland, The
Diseases of the intestines and peritoneum.
Diseases of the liver, gall-bladder and bile-ducts
Diseases of the lymphatic vessels
endocrine organs in health and disease, The : with an historical review
Essentials of modern chemotherapy
Favourite prescriptions
First aid and the medical practitioner
Fractures and dislocations
Garrod, Alfred Baring (DNB12)
Grave familial jauna of the Newly Born
Hamilton, David James (DNB12)
Hamilton, Edward Walter (DNB12)
Harveian oration cardio-vascular diseases since Harvey's discovery delivered before the Royal college of physicians of London on 18 October 1928
history of angina pectoris, The
history of endocrinology, The
history of physical medicine, The
Inaugural address on universities and medical education delivered at the opening of the medical session of the Victoria University of Manchester on October 1, 1912
Industrial medicine
influence of war on disease, The
James Lind, pioneer of naval hygiene
Lloyd Roberts lectures.
Macfadyen, Allan (DNB12)
Mackenzie, Stephen (DNB12)
Malignant aortitis hypoplasia of the aorta
Manual of practical morbid anatomy; being a handbook for the post-mortem room
Medical societies their origin and value
Minor surgery
Modern anaesthetic practice
Modern diagnosis
Modern therapeutics
Ord, William Miller (DNB12)
Other diseases of the suprarenal bodies
Pioneers of public health
Pitman, Henry Alfred (DNB12)
Playfair, William Smoult (DNB12)
Poetry and physic
Primary malignant disease of the vermiform appendix
problem of success for medical women, The
Pulmonary aspergillosis
Relations of dermatology and general medicine, The
Reminiscences of St. George's Forty years ago
Report on cerebro-spinal fever in the Royal Navy (Aug. 1914-Aug. 1915)
report on the work of the Asthma research council from 1927-1934, A
Right Honourable Sir Thomas Clifford Allbutt, 1929, The
Ringer, Sydney (DNB12)
Sieveking, Edward Henry (DNB12)
Sir George Murray Humphry, M.D., F.R.S. professor of anatomy (1866-1883) and of surgery (1883-1896) in the University of Cambridge, England
Sir Gilbert Blane, M.D., F.R.S an administrator of naval medicine and hygiene
Some medical aspects of old age by Sir Humphry Rolleston
St. George's and the progress of physic
Stevenson, Thomas (DNB12)
Swayne, Joseph Griffiths (DNB12)
system of medicine by many writers, A
Vaccination. Report of the Committee on (i) matters relating to the preparation, testing and standardisation of vaccine lymph; (ii) the practical methods which are available in the light of modern knowledge to diminish or remove any risks which may result from vaccination; (iii) the methods of vaccination which are most appropriate to give protection against risk of smallpox infection in epidemic and non-epidemic periods ...