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a.1.(Med.) Of or pertaining to listerism.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Bassini introduced Listerian techniques of antisepsis into Italian surgery.
I assured her that I was following Listerian principles and would happily carry a spray of carbolic if she could supply the equipment.
Begun as an exercise in historical commuting, the work gradually expanded into "an international study of the spread of Listerian surgery and medical networks," many of these budding practitioners having attended the lectures and assisted the operations of Joseph Lister, the father of antiseptic surgery and an instructor at Glasgow (1861-69) and Edinburgh (1869-77).