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The Lancet 1 A paper read at the Glasgow Medico-Chirurgical Society, Feb. 15th, , and since extended. A CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF CHRONIC VALVULAR DISEASE OF THE HEART, BEING AN ANALYSIS OF ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY CONSECUTIVE CASES SEEN AT THE GLASGOW ROYAL INFIRMARY DISPENSARY, WITH A SPECIAL LIST OF CASES Author: GeoS. Middleton. physician who studies and treats diseases of the ear. otology. study of the ear. otorhinolarygologist. physician who studies and treats diseases of the ear, nose and larynx throat called otolaryngologist. vestibular. pertaining to the vestibule. vestibulocochlear.
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GLASGOW HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY FOR DISEASES OF THE EAR, 27‑8, ELMBANK CRESCENT This specialist hospital was founded in and provided fourteen beds.[Sources: Medical Directory, ] Extract from the 2nd edition OS map, surveyed inshowing Elmbank Crescent, where three specialist hospitals were then located.
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