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Sir Thomas Barlow - bibliography

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English physician, born November 4, 1845, Edgeworthstown, Lancashire; died 1945.


  • On a case of aneurysm of the heart.
    Transactions of the Pathological Society of London.
  • Tubercle of pancreas.
    Transactions of the Pathological Society of London.
  • Cases of congenital heart diseases.
    Transactions of the Pathological Society of London. Barlow in 1888 translated Maurice Raynaud's doctoral thesis (Paris, 1862) De l’asphyxie locale et de la gangrène symétrique des extrémités (Raynaud's syndrome I). This was published by the New Sydenham Society in Selected Monographs, London 1888, pp. 1-199.

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