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A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Midwifery (Volume One)
Smellie, William
Published by Printed for D. Wilson and T. Durham, London
Location of original: Countway Rare Books, Harvard University
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viii C O N T E N T S.  
SECT. III. Of the increase of the Uterus after conception. 117
SECT. IV. Of the magnitude, weight, and different appellations given to the Ovum and child 121
SECT. V. Of Twins. 122
SECT. VI. Of Superfœtation 123
SECT. VII. Of Abortions 124
SECT. VIII. Of false Conceptions and Moles 127
SECT. IX. Of the Placenta 132

B O O K   II.

C H A P.  I.

Of the diseases incident to pregnant women, being either such as immediately proceed from pregnancy, or such as may happen at any other time; and if not carefully prevented or removed, may be of dangerous consequence both to mother and child 141
SECT. I. Of nausea and vomiting ib.
SECT. II. Of difficulty in making water, costiveness, swelling of the hæmorrhoides, legs, and Labia pudendi, and the Dyspnœa and vomiting at the latter end of pregnancy 143
  C H A P.  II.  
Of the diseases incident to pregnant women 152
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