Reference numberRBO/9/90
Alternative reference numberRBO.9.234
Title'Observations of the Taenia [tapeworm] voided by a woman the third day after her Lying' by Gandolphe
DateMarch 1709
DescriptionDetails of medicine given to the woman to relieve her symptoms - tapeworm was 50 inches long
Reflections of the causes of the different symptoms and their cure
Details about the tapeworm in the body and the signs by which it can be known to exist in the body
Remedies to be taken against tapeworms
Figures of show the anatomy of the worm in text with explanations
Read to the Royal Society on 21 December 1709
Extent10 sides
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueCLP/14i/65
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