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" he was the first who gave any tolerably simple and clear system on the subject, or pointed out any extensive application of it to the explanation of diseases." There is little need for reminding you of the triumphant discoveries in the nervous system... "
First Lines of the Practice of Physic - Page 16
by William Cullen - 1808
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An essay on inflammation

Philip Lovell Phillips - 1833
...not extensively applied to diseases, or was still so involved in many physiological errors, that it had attracted little attention ; and Dr. Hoffman was...extensive application of it to the explanation of disease." — Cullen. gignunt causas operationem suam potissimum perficiunt in partes motu et sensu...
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The Medical times and gazette, Volume 2

1875
...his own day, had laid the foundation for the reasoning of Hoffmann; hut, as Cullenhas observed, " he was the first who gave any tolerably simple and clear...application of it to the explanation of diseases." There is little need for reminding you of the triumphant discoveries in the nervous system which have been...
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The Medical Times and Gazette, Volume 2

Medicine - 1875
...his own day, had laid the foundation for the reasoning of Hoffmann ; but, as Cullenhas observed, " he was the first who gave any tolerably simple and clear...application of it to the explanation of diseases." There is little need for reminding you of the triumphant discoveries in the nervous system which have been...
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Selections from the Works of the Late J. Wharburton Begbie

James Warburton Begbie - Brain - 1882 - 422 pages
...own day, had laid the foundation for the reasoning of Hoffmann ; but, as Cullen has observed, " he was the first who gave any tolerably simple and clear...application of it to the explanation of diseases." There is little need for reminding you of the triumphant discoveries in the nervous system which have been...
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Selections from the Works of the Late J. Wharburton Begbie

James Warburton Begbie - Brain - 1882 - 422 pages
...own day, had laid the foundation for the reasoning of Hoffmann ; but, as Cullen has observed, " he was the first who gave any tolerably simple and clear...application of it to the explanation of diseases." There is little need for reminding you of the triumphant discoveries in the nervous system which have been...
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