An Essay on the Application of the Lunar Caustic in the Cure of Certain Wounds and Ulcers
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An Essay on the Application of the Lunar Caustic in the Cure of Certain Wounds and Ulcers

By John Higginbottom
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  • ON THE
  • LUNAR CAUSTIC.
    • AN
    • ESSAY
    • APPLICATION
      • OF
    • OF
    • THE LUNAR CAUSTIC,
      • IN THE CURE OF CERTAIN
    • IN THE CURE OF CERTAIN
    • WOUNDS AND ULCERS.
      • BY
    • BY
    • JOHN HIGGINBOTTOM,
      • NOTTINGHAM,
        • MEMBER OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF LONDON.
        • TO
        • MY BROTHER-IN-LAW,
      • MEMBER OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF LONDON.
      • TO
      • MY BROTHER-IN-LAW,
      • MARSHALL HALL, M.D. F.R.S.E.
        • &c. &c.
        • THIS LITTLE WORK IS INSCRIBED
        • WITH
        • GREAT AFFECTION.
      • &c. &c.
      • THIS LITTLE WORK IS INSCRIBED
      • WITH
      • GREAT AFFECTION.
      • PREFACE.
      • CONTENTS.
      • CHAPTER I.ToC
        • ON HEALING BY ESCHAR.
        • I. ON THE ADHERENT ESCHAR.
        • II. ON THE UNADHERENT ESCHAR.
        • III. ON THE TREATMENT BY ESCHAR AND POULTICE.
      • ON HEALING BY ESCHAR.
      • I. ON THE ADHERENT ESCHAR.
      • II. ON THE UNADHERENT ESCHAR.
      • III. ON THE TREATMENT BY ESCHAR AND POULTICE.
      • CHAPTER II.ToC
        • ON THE APPLICATION OF THESE MODES OF TREATMENT TO PARTICULAR CASES.
        • I. OF PUNCTURES ETC.
        • Case I.
        • Case II.
        • Case III.
        • Case IV.
        • Case V.
        • Case VI.
        • Case VII.
        • Case VIII.
        • Case IX.
        • Case X.
        • Case XI.
        • Case XII.
        • Case XIII.
        • II. ON BRUISES.
        • Case XIV.
        • Case XV.
        • Case XVI.
        • Case XVII.
        • Case XVIII.
        • Case XIX.
        • Case XX.
        • III. ON ULCERS.
        • Case XXI.
        • Case XXII.
        • Case XXIII.
        • Case XXIV.
        • Case XXV.
        • Case XXVI.
        • Case XXVII.
        • Case XXVIII.
        • Case XXIX.
        • Case XXX.
        • Case XXXI.
        • IV. OF SOME ANOMALOUS CASES.
        • Case XXXI.
        • Case XXXII.
      • ON THE APPLICATION OF THESE MODES OF TREATMENT TO PARTICULAR CASES.
      • I. OF PUNCTURES ETC.
      • Case I.
      • Case II.
      • Case III.
      • Case IV.
      • Case V.
      • Case VI.
      • Case VII.
      • Case VIII.
      • Case IX.
      • Case X.
      • Case XI.
      • Case XII.
      • Case XIII.
      • II. ON BRUISES.
      • Case XIV.
      • Case XV.
      • Case XVI.
      • Case XVII.
      • Case XVIII.
      • Case XIX.
      • Case XX.
      • III. ON ULCERS.
      • Case XXI.
      • Case XXII.
      • Case XXIII.
      • Case XXIV.
      • Case XXV.
      • Case XXVI.
      • Case XXVII.
      • Case XXVIII.
      • Case XXIX.
      • Case XXX.
      • Case XXXI.
      • IV. OF SOME ANOMALOUS CASES.
      • Case XXXI.
      • Case XXXII.
      • CHAPTER III.ToC
        • OF SOME CASES IN WHICH THE CAUSTIC IS INAPPLICABLE.
        • Case XXXIII.
        • Case XXXIV.
        • Case XXXV.
        • Case XXXVI.
        • FINIS.
      • OF SOME CASES IN WHICH THE CAUSTIC IS INAPPLICABLE.
      • Case XXXIII.
      • Case XXXIV.
      • Case XXXV.
      • Case XXXVI.
      • FINIS.
    • NOTTINGHAM,
      • MEMBER OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF LONDON.
      • TO
      • MY BROTHER-IN-LAW,
    • MEMBER OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS OF LONDON.
    • TO
    • MY BROTHER-IN-LAW,
    • MARSHALL HALL, M.D. F.R.S.E.
      • &c. &c.
      • THIS LITTLE WORK IS INSCRIBED
      • WITH
      • GREAT AFFECTION.
    • &c. &c.
    • THIS LITTLE WORK IS INSCRIBED
    • WITH
    • GREAT AFFECTION.
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
    • CHAPTER I.ToC
      • ON HEALING BY ESCHAR.
      • I. ON THE ADHERENT ESCHAR.
      • II. ON THE UNADHERENT ESCHAR.
      • III. ON THE TREATMENT BY ESCHAR AND POULTICE.
    • ON HEALING BY ESCHAR.
    • I. ON THE ADHERENT ESCHAR.
    • II. ON THE UNADHERENT ESCHAR.
    • III. ON THE TREATMENT BY ESCHAR AND POULTICE.
    • CHAPTER II.ToC
      • ON THE APPLICATION OF THESE MODES OF TREATMENT TO PARTICULAR CASES.
      • I. OF PUNCTURES ETC.
      • Case I.
      • Case II.
      • Case III.
      • Case IV.
      • Case V.
      • Case VI.
      • Case VII.
      • Case VIII.
      • Case IX.
      • Case X.
      • Case XI.
      • Case XII.
      • Case XIII.
      • II. ON BRUISES.
      • Case XIV.
      • Case XV.
      • Case XVI.
      • Case XVII.
      • Case XVIII.
      • Case XIX.
      • Case XX.
      • III. ON ULCERS.
      • Case XXI.
      • Case XXII.
      • Case XXIII.
      • Case XXIV.
      • Case XXV.
      • Case XXVI.
      • Case XXVII.
      • Case XXVIII.
      • Case XXIX.
      • Case XXX.
      • Case XXXI.
      • IV. OF SOME ANOMALOUS CASES.
      • Case XXXI.
      • Case XXXII.
    • ON THE APPLICATION OF THESE MODES OF TREATMENT TO PARTICULAR CASES.
    • I. OF PUNCTURES ETC.
    • Case I.
    • Case II.
    • Case III.
    • Case IV.
    • Case V.
    • Case VI.
    • Case VII.
    • Case VIII.
    • Case IX.
    • Case X.
    • Case XI.
    • Case XII.
    • Case XIII.
    • II. ON BRUISES.
    • Case XIV.
    • Case XV.
    • Case XVI.
    • Case XVII.
    • Case XVIII.
    • Case XIX.
    • Case XX.
    • III. ON ULCERS.
    • Case XXI.
    • Case XXII.
    • Case XXIII.
    • Case XXIV.
    • Case XXV.
    • Case XXVI.
    • Case XXVII.
    • Case XXVIII.
    • Case XXIX.
    • Case XXX.
    • Case XXXI.
    • IV. OF SOME ANOMALOUS CASES.
    • Case XXXI.
    • Case XXXII.
    • CHAPTER III.ToC
      • OF SOME CASES IN WHICH THE CAUSTIC IS INAPPLICABLE.
      • Case XXXIII.
      • Case XXXIV.
      • Case XXXV.
      • Case XXXVI.
      • FINIS.
    • OF SOME CASES IN WHICH THE CAUSTIC IS INAPPLICABLE.
    • Case XXXIII.
    • Case XXXIV.
    • Case XXXV.
    • Case XXXVI.
    • FINIS.
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