Reference numberL&P/3/405
TitleLetter, 'The calculi lodged in the urethra successfully removed' from Joseph Warner to the Royal Society
Date13 December 1759
DescriptionSubject: Medicine

Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'An account of two stones of remarkable shapes and sizes, which, for the space of six years, were firmly lodged in the urethra of a young man, and at length successfully cut out from thence. Addressed to the Royal Society, on Thursday December 13, 1759, at which meeting the stones themselves, and a drawing of the stones, were presented to the Fellows of the Society, by Joseph Warner, F. R. S. and Surgeon to Guy's Hospital.'

Read 10 January 1760
Physical descriptionInk on paper
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Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1759.0036
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5909Warner; Joseph (1717 - 1801)1717 - 1801
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