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Richard Asher talking sense

Author: Richard Asher; Francis Avery Jones
Publisher: Edinburgh : Churchill Livingstone, 1986, ©1972.
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Genre/Form: Collected works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Asher; Francis Avery Jones
ISBN: 0443038147 9780443038143 0273000667 9780273000662
OCLC Number: 15654704
Notes: 'A collection of papers, including the triad "sense and sensibility", "Myxoedematous madness", "The dangers of going to bed" & "Munchausen's Syndrome."
Originally published: London : Pitman, 1972.
Description: x, 179 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Responsibility: edited by Sir Francis Avery Jones / with a foreword by Lord Rosenheim / and an introductory appreciation by Willia Bean.


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Donated by Dr. Abraham Fuks, 2013.  I met Richard Asher long ago but only through this little collection of essays, thoughts and medical papers. His work and words struck me as reminiscent of Osler's - he described new syndromes, showed keen powers of clinical observation, sparked with a wonderful...
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