A Practical Treatise on Apoplexy (cerebral Hemorrhage): Its Pathology, Diagnosis, Therapeutics, and Prophylaxis, with an Essay on So-called Nervous Apoplexy, on Congestion of the Brain and Serous Effusion

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Churchill, 1866 - Cerebrovascular disease - 194 pages
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