Observations on the scarlatina anginosa, commonly called the ulcerated sore throat. By James Sims, M.D. President of the Medical Society in London. With some remarks by Thomas Bulfinch, M.D.
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<:Notes>:Sims's paper on the scarlet fever is used as a vehicle by Bulfinch for his comments.
<:imprintFull>:[Boston] : Printed and sold by Samuel Hall, no. 53, Cornhill, Boston, 1796. <:collation>:16p. : 8°:
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