2 edition of Organ diseases of women found in the catalog.
Organ diseases of women
J. Compton Burnett
Indian reprint of the 1897 ed., published by Boericke & Tafel, Philadelphia.
|Statement||by J. Compton Burnett.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 156 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||98011755|
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Dr. Compton Burnett’s book, Organ Diseases of Women; Notably, Enlargements and Displacements of the Uterus and Sterility, Considered as Curable.
Organ diseases of women and sterility by Burnett, J. Compton Originally published in This book basically deals with two topics - sterility or infertility and uterine prolapse and its homeopathic treatment. - organ diseases of women and sterility by burnett. THE uterus or womb being a living organ adapted for special purposes has peculiarities all its own.
In its early life-in fact at any time in its maiden state-its main function is, so to speak, to keep out of the way and obtrude itself upon its owner as little as may be: it has to abide; its day.
Get this from a library. Organ diseases of women, notably enlargements and displacements of the uterus, and sterility, considered as curable by medicines. [J Compton Burnett; National Center for Homoeopathy (U.S.),; American Foundation for Homoeopathy,]. Appears in 17 books from Page - Finally, in an etiological point of view, the following circumstance also deserves consideration, that the abnormal nervous irritation of the uterus may give rise to reflex movements of the organ and to a convulsive contraction of the cavity of the neck.4/5(1).
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