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Robert Harrison - bibliography

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Biography

Irish physician, born 1796, Cumberland, Ireland; died April 23, 1858.

Bibliography

The surgical anatomy of the arteries of the human body. Designed for the use
  of students in the dissecting room
.
  Dublin, Hodges & M’Arthur. 2 volumes, 1924,1825.
  New edition 1829, 4th edition 1839.

The Dublin dissector, or Manual of anatomy; comprising a description of the
  bones muscles, vessels, nerves and viscera, also the relative anatomy of the
  different regions of the human body. For the use of students in the dissecting
  room. By a member of the Royal college of surgeons in Ireland
.
  Dublin, printed for Hodges and Smith, 1831. 1836; 5th edition 1847. 
  This work was widely used as a reference work in Ireland and America.

• The Dublin dissector, or Manual of anatomy;  comprising a description of the
  bones muscles, vessels, nerves and viscera, also the relative anatomy of the
  different regions of the human body; together with the elements of pathology
.
  New York, J. & H. G. Langley, 1840; 1859.
  Also under the title A text-book of practical anatomy. With additions by
  an American physician
. New York, S. S. and W. Wood, 1855.

Observations on a draft bill for the regulation and support of medical
  charities in Ireland

  Written with Sir Dominic John Corrigan, 1792-1880.
  Dublin Journal of Medical Science, 1842.

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