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TitleHill, Sir Leonard Erskine: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationLecturer on Physiology, London Hospital Medical College. Distinguished as a Physiologist. Author of the following works: - 'On Poisioning by Phosphorus' (Lancet,' 1890); 'On Intra-Cranial Pressure' (Proc Roy Soc, vol 55); 'On Effects of Compression of the Common Carotid Artery' (with Moore) (Brit Med Journ, 1894); 'On Formation of Heat in the SalivaryGlands' (with Bayliss) (Journ of Phys, Vol xvi); 'On D'Asonval's Physical Theory of the Negative Variation' (with Burch) (ibid); 'On a Simple Form of Gas Pump' (ibid, xvii); 'Exchange of Blood-Gases' (with Nabarro) (ibid); 'On Exchange of Blood-Gases in Brain and Muscle' (ibid, xviii); 'On the Influence of Gravity on the Circulation' (ibid); 'On Intra-Cranial Pressure and the Circulation' (with Bayliss) (ibid); 'Physiology and Pathology of the Cerebral Circulation,' Hunterian Lectures, Churchill, 1896; 'On Nervous Pressure and the Pulse' (with Barnard and Sequeira) (Journ Physiol xxi); 'Influence of Gravity on the Cicrulation' (with Barnard ) (ibid); 'The Causation of Chloroform Syncope' (Brit Med Journ, 1897); 'A Simple Form of Sphygmometer' (ibid); 'On Arterial Pressure in Man' (Journ Phys, xxii); 'On Rest, Sleep and Work on Arterial Pressure' ('Lancet,' 1898); 'On the Effects of Cerebral Anaemia produced by Ligation of the Cerebral Arteries' (with Mott) (ibid, 1898); 'On Human Cerebro-Spinal Fluid' (Proc Roy Soc, 1898). In the press: - 'Mechanism of the Circulation' (Schafer, Text-Book of Phys); 'Cerebral Circulation' (Allbutt's System of Medicine).
ProposersE A Schafer; J B Sanderson; A D Waller; F W Pavy; P H Pye-Smith; F W Mott; S Martin; J R Bradford; J H Jackson
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Hill, Sir Leonard Erskine: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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