William Addison (physician)
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William Addison FRS (1803 – 26 September 1881) was a British physician.
|Died||26 September 1881 (aged 77–78)|
He died in Brighton.
- "On the Effects of Produced in Human Blood-corpuscules by Sherry Wine", Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 10, Printed by Taylor and Francis, 1860
- "The Law of Morphology of Metamorphosis of the Textures of the Human Body", The Lancet, Volume 1, UM-MEDSEARCH Gateway, J. Onwhyn, 1847; National Center for Biotechnology Information
- "On Inflammation", British Medical Journal, Volume 2, British Medical Association, 1873
- Cell Therapeutics, London: Churchill 1856 
- "Library and Archive catalogue". Royal Society. Retrieved 24 January 2011.
- "Why the Platelets were Discovered", British Journal of Haematology, 12 Mar 2008, Volume 13 Issue s1, pp. 618–637.
- "Goulstonian Lectures". 1: 332–335. JSTOR 25193361. Cite journal requires
- "The Dublin quarterly journal of medical science", Volume 21, Hodges and Smith, 1856.