A treatise, or reflections, drawn from practice on gun-shot wounds. [electronic resource] : Wherein the Nature, Symptoms and Cure of Gun-Shot Disorders in general are explained, whether Contusions, Wounds, Fractures, &c. or Complications of these; as also, the Wounds from this Cause, of each particular Part, are methodically treated of, and their Peculiarities in Point of Cure, fully exhibited. By Henry Francis Ledran, Sworn Surgeon at Paris, and Senior Master of that Company; Senior Surgeon Major of the Hospital la Charite; of the Royal Academy of Sciences, and of the Academy of Surgery; Consulting Surgeon to his Majesty's Camps and Armies. Translated from the French original.
- London : printed for John Clarke, under the Royal Exchange Cornhill, 1743.
,184p. ; 12⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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