Reference numberAP/14/10/2
TitleUnpublished engraving, bladder stones after treatment by lithotrity instruments by unknown artist
DescriptionEngravings showing three views of a bladder stone after being treated with [Jean] Civiale's lithotrity instrument contrasted with four views of a bladder stone after being treated with Heurteloup's lithotrity instrument.

Subject: Surgery

Communicated by Joshua Brookes. Read to the Royal Society on 17 June 1830.
Physical descriptionEngraving on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialHeurteloup's larger published work available in the Royal Society's printed works collections: RCN43848
Heurteloup, Charles Louis Stanislas. 'Principles of lithotrity; or a treatise on the art of extracting the stone without incision.' London: Whittaker, Treacher, and Co, 1831.
Related records in the catalogueAP/14/10
URL descriptionHeurteloup's larger published work available on Google Books
Fellows associated with this archive
NA3566Brookes; Joshua (1761 - 1833)1761 - 1833
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