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A Practical treatise on the causes, symptoms, and treatment of spermatorrhœa - Page 407
by François Lallemand - 1858 - 412 pages
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Elements of physiology

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1851 - 598 pages
...type and an enlarged page requisite to keep the volume within a convenient size. The author has not only thus added largely to the work, but he has also made alteration* throughout, wherever there appeared the opportunity of improving the arrangement or style,...
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A System of practical surgery

Sir William Fergusson - 1853 - 621 pages
...volume within a convenient size. The author has not only tbus added largely to the work, but he has alto made alterations throughout, wherever there appeared...clear and intelligible as possible. The editor has exereised the utmost caution to obtain entire accuracy in the text, and has largely increased the number...
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The Principles and practice of surgery

William Pirrie - 1852 - 784 pages
...type and an enlarged page requisite to keep the volume within a convenicnt size. The author has not only thus added largely to the work, but he has also...opportunity of improving the arrangement or style, «o as to present every fact in its most appropriate manner, and to render the whole as clear and intelligible...
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A practical treatise on foreign bodies in the air-passages

Samuel David Gross - 1854
...type and an enlarged page requisite to keep the volume within a convenient size. The author has not only thus added largely to the work, but he has also...present every fact in its most appropriate manner, nnd to render the whole as clear and intelligible an possible. The editor has exercised the utmost...
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Handbook of chemistry

Sir Frederick Augustus Abel - Chemistry - 1854 - 681 pages
...added largely to the work, but be has also made alterations throughout, wherever there appeared ihe opportunity of improving the arrangement or style,...as clear and intelligible as possible. The editor haa exercised the utmost caution to obtain entire accuracy in the text, and has largely increased the...
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A Manual of the practice of medicine

George Hilaro Barlow - 1856 - 607 pages
...j.-ep the volume within a convenient size. The author has not only thus added largely to the worV, but he has also made alterations throughout, wherever...opportunity of improving the arrangement or style, ?o as to present every fact in its most appropriate manner, and to render the whole as clear and intelligible...
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Elements of pathological anatomy

Samuel David Gross - 1857
...type and an enlarged page requisite to keep the volume within a convenient size. The author has not only thus added largely to the work, but he has also...the whole as clear and intelligible as possible. The editoz hns exercised the utmost caution to obtain entire accuracy in the text, and has largely increased...
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On Diseases of the Liver

George Budd - Liver - 1857 - 499 pages
...largely to the work, bnt he has also made alterations throughout, wherever there appeared the opportnnity of improving the arrangement or style, so as to present...Intelligible as possible. The editor has exercised the utmost cantion to obtain entire accuracy in the text, and has largely increased the number of illustrations,...
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On the diseases of women

Fleetwood Churchill - 1857 - 683 pages
...within a convenient size. The author has not only thus added largely to the work, but he has .' : -» made alterations throughout, wherever there appeared...arrangement or style, so as to present every fact in its must appropriate manner, and to render the whole as rlear and intelligible as possible. Tli<- editor...
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On Diseases of the Liver

George Budd - Liver - 1857 - 499 pages
...type and an enlarged page requisite to keep the volume within a convenient size. The author has not only thus added largely to the work, but he has also made alteratioas throughout, wherever there appeared the opportunity of improving the arrangement or style,...
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