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´╗┐JUST PUBLISHED, # SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS,
PRICE FIVE SHILLINGS,
OBSERVATIONS
ON
ULCERS OF THE LEGS
AND OTHER PARTS,
SHEWING THAT THE MOST OBSTINATE AND INTRACTABLE SORES MAY BE SAFELY AND SPEEDILY CURED BY MILD METHODS OF TREATMENT.
To which are added,
SOME REMARKS ON SCROFULOUS DISORDERS AS MANIFESTED IN THE BONES, THE GLANDS, THE EYES, ETC.
BY
ARCHIBALD MAXFIELD,
Surgeon to the Southampton Dispensary and to the South Hants Infirmary, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons in London, and formerly House Surgeon to St. Bartholomeiv1 s Hospital.
" This is an interesting essay upon a class of diseases difficult of cure, and often attended with great inconvenience and suffering to the patient. The mode of treatment recommended by the author is novel, and, as far as we can judge, likely to be attended with success. The results of several cases are given, by which it appears that many troublesome sores have been rapidly cured upon the author's plan, which is exceedingly simple, and founded upon sound surgical and physiological principles. This little book deserves the attention of the profession and the public."
May be procured through Messrs. Fletcher and Co., Booksellers to her Majesty, Southampton.
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