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Paper, 'Dissertation due le cancer des paupieres [Dissertation due to eyelid cancer]' by Jacques Daviel

Reference number: L&P/3/21

Date: 1755

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Subject: Physiology

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'A dissertation cancer of the eye-lids, nose, great angle of the eye, and its neighbouring parts, commonly called the noli-me-tangere, deemed hither to incureable by both antients and moderns, but now shewn to be as curable as other distempers. Addressed to the Royal Society of London by Mons. Daviel, consulting surgeon in ordinary, and oculist to the King; Master of Arts, and of surgery at Marseilles; Royal Professor and demonstrator of anatomy of the same city; member of the academy of sciences of Tou'

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L&P/3/21
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1755
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Ink on paper
Page extent
22 pages
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Manuscript

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Jacques Daviel

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Jacques Daviel, Paper, 'Dissertation due le cancer des paupieres [Dissertation due to eyelid cancer]' by Jacques Daviel, 1755, L&P/3/21, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/l-and-p_3_21/paper-dissertation-due-le-cancer-des-paupieres-dissertation-due-to-eyelid-cancer-by-jacques-daviel, accessed on 19 June 2024

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