Nomenclature of Diseases, prepared for the use of the Medical Officers of the United States Marine Hospital Service

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THE preparation of this volume by Dr. Woodworth, supervising surgeon, has consisted in adopting, with some important omissions and unimportant transpositions, a literal transcript of the original “Nomenclature of Diseases” drawn up by a joint committee appointed by the Royal College of Physicians of London, of which Dr. Sibson was the editing secretary.

Nomenclature of Diseases, prepared for the use of the Medical Officers of the United States Marine Hospital Service,

by the Supervising Surgeon. (Washington: 1874).

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D., J. Nomenclature of Diseases, prepared for the use of the Medical Officers of the United States Marine Hospital Service . Nature 10, 436–437 (1874) doi:10.1038/010436a0

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