"These notes of [Edward William] Murphy's 1858 lectures cover pregnancy, labor and birth, lactation, the diseases of pregnancy,
spontaneous abortion and miscarriage, deformed pelvis, hemorrhage, ruptured or prolapsed uterus, etc. Pages 93 - 100 contain
a discussion of chloroform anesthesia. The notes were written by Thomas F.H. Green, a medical student at University College
who won certificates of honor in anatomy and pathological anatomy in 1858 (see the Medical Times and gazette for August 7,
1858, page 152)."--Antiquarian bookseller's description, 2016.
"Murphy was professor of midwifery at University College, London, and the author of several works on obstetrics. He was an
early adopter of the use of chloroform anesthesia in childborth."--Antiquarian bookseller's description.
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