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Eustace Smith

Born  1835
Died  1914

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British physician, born 1835; died November 14, 1914.

Biography of Eustace Smith

Eustace Smith worked at the East London Hospital for Children and at the Victoria Park Hospital for Diseases of the Chest.


  • On the wasting disease of infants and children.
    London, 1868; 2nd edition, 1888.
  • A practical treatise on diseases in children. London, 1876; 3rd edition, 1909.
  • Clinical studies of diseases in children. London, 1876; 2nd edition, 1887.
  • Some common remedia and their use in practice. London, 1910.

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