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William Ewart - bibliography

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English physician, born December 26, 1848, London; died August 11, 1929, London.


  • The future training of the medical profession. London, 1888.
  • The bronchi and pulmonary blood-vessels. London, 1889.
  • Cardiac outlines for clinical clerks and practitioners. London, 1892.
  • How to feel the pulse and what to feel in it. London, 1892.
  • Symptoms and physical signs. London, 1892.
  • Heart studies. London, 1895.
  • Gout and goutiness. London, 1896.
  • Res medica, res publica. London, 1907.
  • Marine climates in treatment of tuberculosis. London, 1907.

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