Human and Comparative Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene

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Clark, Austin and Smith, 1854 - Anatomy, Comparative - 140 pages
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Page 44 - Circulation. 1, right auricle ; 2, left auricle ; 3, right ventricle ; 4, left ventricle ; 5, vena cava superior; 6, vena...
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Page 20 - The SALIVARY GLANDS are six in number; three on each side of the jaw.
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