George Hilaro Barlow (physician)
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George Hilaro Barlow (1806–1866) was a medical doctor, a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, the first editor of Guy's Hospital Reports, and the principal author of A Manual of the Practice of Medicine.
- "On diseases arising from the defective expansion of the lungs in early youth" London Medical Gazette (1844) Vol. 30, pp. 705–12,785-90
- A Manual of the Practice of Medicine (1856) London:John Churchill, Philadelphia:Blanchard & Lea
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