APA Citation

Parsons, J. (1742). A description of the human urinary bladder: And parts belonging to it: with Anatomical Figures shewing Its make, situation, &c. To which are added, Animadversions on Lithontriptic Medicines, Particularly those of Mrs. Stephens; and An Account of the Dissections of some Bodies of Persons who died after the Use of them. By James Parsons, M. D. Fellow of the Royal Society. London: printed for J. Brindley, at the King's Arms in New Bond-Street.

Chicago Style Citation

Parsons, James. A Description of the Human Urinary Bladder: And Parts Belonging to It: With Anatomical Figures Shewing Its Make, Situation, &c. To Which Are Added, Animadversions On Lithontriptic Medicines, Particularly Those of Mrs. Stephens; and An Account of the Dissections of Some Bodies of Persons Who Died After the Use of Them. By James Parsons, M. D. Fellow of the Royal Society. London: printed for J. Brindley, at the King's Arms in New Bond-Street, 1742.

MLA Citation

Parsons, James. A Description of the Human Urinary Bladder: And Parts Belonging to It: With Anatomical Figures Shewing Its Make, Situation, &c. To Which Are Added, Animadversions On Lithontriptic Medicines, Particularly Those of Mrs. Stephens; and An Account of the Dissections of Some Bodies of Persons Who Died After the Use of Them. By James Parsons, M. D. Fellow of the Royal Society. London: printed for J. Brindley, at the King's Arms in New Bond-Street, 1742.

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