Cause of Primary Bladder Stone in England — A Retrospective Epidemiological Study
Organized studies on primary human bladder stone can be said to have begun on February 20, 1773, when the Board of Governors of the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital in Norwich, England, ordered that the “Apothecary do provide a suitable nest of drawers to deposit the (urinary calculi) extracted in this House to show to strangers, and be referred to occasionally, — and none suffered to be taken away”1.
KeywordsDairy Cattle Bladder Stone East North Central Retrospective Epidemiological Study East Riding
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