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Thomas Sutton - bibliography

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British physician, born 1767, Staffordshire; died 1835, Greenwich.


  • Considerations regarding pulmonary consumption. London, 1799.
  • Practical account of a remittent fever frequently occurring among the troops in this climate. Canterbury, 1806.
  • Tracts on Delirium Tremens, on Peritonitis and on Some Other Internal Inflammatory Affections, and on the Gout.
    London, Thomas Underwood, 1813.
    German translation by Phil. Heineken, Bremen, 1820.
  • Letters addressed to the Duke of Kent on consumption: containing remarks on the efficacy of equably and artificial temperature in the treatment of that disease etc.
    London, 1814.

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