Richard Bright, 1789-1858: Physician in an Age of Revolution and Reform
Royal Society of Medicine Services, 1992 - Medicine - 296 pages
This biography of Dr Richard Bright presents him as the most outstanding English phsician of the first half of the 19th century. He contributed to many aspects of medicine, and in particular he was known for his work on clinico-pathological aspects of renal disorders - the eponymously titled Bright's Disease.
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