Reference numberRBO/21/37
Alternative reference numberRBO.21.216
Title'Two Chirurgical Cases by Mr William Bromfield, Surgeon'
DescriptionConsists of:
- observations made on opening the body of a man who had been afflicted with a scirrhous testicle (19 April 1738)
- a perforation of the stomach adhesion of the Liver to it etc found upon opening the body of a woman on 21 July 1738 with details of patient's case
Read to the Royal Society on 7 December 1738
Extent4 sides
Access statusOpen
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