Author:Everard Home

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Everard Home
(1756–1832)
British physician
Everard Home

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  • "[[Philosophical Transactions/Volume 94/Observations on the Orifices Found in Certain Poisonous Snakes, Situated between the Nostril and the Eye. By Patrick Russell, M. D. F. R. S. With Some Remarks on the Structure of Those Orifices; And the Description of a Bag Connected with the Eye, Met with in the Same Snakes|Observations on the Orifices Found in Certain Poisonous Snakes, Situated between the Nostril and the Eye. By Patrick Russell, M. D. F. R. S. With Some Remarks on the Structure of Those Orifices; And the Description of a Bag Connected with the Eye, Met with in the Same Snakes]]" in Philosophical Transactions, 94, pp. 70−76
  • "[[Philosophical Transactions/Volume 94/Remarks on the Voluntary Expansion of the Skin of the Neck, in the Cobra De Capello or Hooded Snake of the East Indies. By Patrick Russell, M.D. F.R.S. With a Description of the Structure of the Parts Which Perform That Office.|Remarks on the Voluntary Expansion of the Skin of the Neck, in the Cobra De Capello or Hooded Snake of the East Indies. By Patrick Russell, M.D. F.R.S. With a Description of the Structure of the Parts Which Perform That Office.]]" in Philosophical Transactions, 94, pp. 346−352
  • "An Account of a Small Lobe of the Human Prostate Gland, Which Has Not before Been Taken Notice of by Anatomists" in Philosophical Transactions, 94, pp. 195−204

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  • "[[Philosophical Transactions/Volume 101/Experiments to Prove That Fluids Pass Directly from the Stomach to the Circulation of the Blood, and from Thence into the Cells of the Spleen, the Gall Bladder, and Urinary Bladder, without Going Through the Thoracic Duct.|Experiments to Prove That Fluids Pass Directly from the Stomach to the Circulation of the Blood, and from Thence into the Cells of the Spleen, the Gall Bladder, and Urinary Bladder, without Going Through the Thoracic Duct.]]" in Philosophical Transactions, 101, pp. 163−170

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.