Judicial lithiasis

Klein, William Jeffery; O'Leary, J. Patrick; Klein, W J; Oleary, J P
August 2001
American Surgeon;Aug2001, Vol. 67 Issue 8, p813
Academic Journal
journal article
Features former United States Chief Justice John Marshall. Family and educational background; Career in politics; Details on the lithotomy operation of Marshall under surgeon Philip Syng Physick.


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