Examples from the Web for heberden
I am very desirous of Dr. Heberden's assistance, as I think my case is not past remedy.
The names of Heberden, Turton, and Baker are noticed with the respect to which their virtues and acquirements entitle them.
Windham (Diary, p. 32) says that he reproached Heberden with being timidorum timidissimus.
Heberden's nodosities are incurable, but they are little more than deformities.
Heberden says that it began in Whitechapel, but does not say where he got the information.A History of Epidemics in Britain (Volume I of II)|Charles Creighton