The Medical Bulletin: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 6

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F. A. Davis, 1884 - Medicine

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Page 191 - SURGERY (THE INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF). A Systematic Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Surgery by Authors of various Nations.
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Page 220 - By GERALD F. YEO, MD, FRCS, Professor of Physiology in King's College, London.
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