Reference numberPT/43/3
TitlePaper, 'An account of two cases in which an ovule or its remains, was discovered after death in the fallopian tube of the unimpregnated woman during the period of menstruation' by H [Henry] Letheby
CreatorLetheby; Henry (1816-1876); English chemist
DescriptionSubject: Physiology

Published in Philosophical Transactions as 'An account of two cases, in which ovules, or their remains, were discovered in the fallopian tubes of unimpregnated women who had died during the period of menstruation'.

Communicated by T B [Thomas Blizard] Curling. Received by the Royal Society on 20 February 1851. Read 1 May 1851.

Abstract published in Abstracts of the Papers Printed in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London [later Proceedings of the Royal Society of London], Volume 6, 1854.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rspl.1850.0021
DOI: 10.1098/rstl.1852.0005
Related records in the catalogueRR/2/135
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6976Curling; Thomas Blizard (1811 - 1888)1811 - 1888
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