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About Lorna Cahill
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Lorna Cahill contributed a whooping 111 entries.
Entries by Lorna Cahill
A Series of Original Experiments on the Foot of the Living Horse exhibiting the changes produced by shoeing, and the causes of the apparent mystery of this art.
Articles include: A List of Contributors to “The Veterinarian”; Veterinary Periodical Publications; Observations on the Introduction of Oriental Blood of Horses into Europe; Glanders; Hydatids within the Brain and Spinal; Marrow of the Sheep;…
Articles include: To Our Correspondents; Mr Sewell’s Introductory Lecture, 1827; The Anatomy of the Horse; Injection of Medicines into the Veins; Aneurism of the Aorta; Wounds into Joints; Strangles Succeeded by Lock Jaw; Quittor;…
Articles include: Anatomy of the Horse; Diseases of Horses in India; Worms in the Eyes of Oxen; Vesical and Biliary Calculi; Horn found within the Stomach of the Foetus; Injection of Opium and Acetate of Morphium into the Veins of the Horse;…
Articles include: Anatomy of the Horse: Of the Trunk; Diseases of Horses in India; Vesical and Biliary Calculi; Analysis of the Fluid Effused in Pleurisy in Horses; Observations on Hydrocephalus in the Horse (Staggers)…
Articles include: Anatomy of the Horse: Of the Trunk; On Veterinary Medical Societies; Youatt on Rabies Canina; Veterinary Anniversary Dinner; State of Veterinary Education; Objects of the Veterinarian; On Neurotomy…
Articles include: Anatomy of The Horse; Traumatic Tetanus; Observations of the Filaria or Thread Worm, Found in the Eyes of Horses in India; On Foreign Bodies in the Oesophagus of Cattle; Rupture of the Diaphragm…
Articles include: Anatomy of the Horse; The Use of Camphor in Glanders; Paralysis in Lambs; Rupture of the Diaphragm; Disunion of the Lamine of the Foot; Superpurgtion from the Farina of the Croton Seed…
Articles include: Anatomy of the Horse; On Comparative Anatomy; On the Nerves of the Uterus and Female Organs; On Staggers; Horns in the Horse; Enlargement of the Stenonian or Parotid Duct; Castration;..
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