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Questions and answers relating to bladder stones -that 'artificial Fistula's in males and the Urethra of Females may be dilated so as to extract any Stone, without cutting the body of the Bladder, or lacerating any of the parts'
Transcribes an extract from 'Traite de la Taille' on this subject
Read to the Royal Society on 19 October 1727

Reference number
RBO/13/10
Earliest possible date
1727
Page extent
7 pages
Format
Manuscript

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'Two Chirurgical Questions stated and answer'd by John Douglas, Surgeon', 1727, RBO/13/10, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rbo_13_10/two-chirurgical-questions-stated-and-answerd-by-john-douglas-surgeon, accessed on 29 May 2024

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