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The New Sydenham Society"s Lexicon of medicine and the allied sciences

New Sydenham Society

The New Sydenham Society"s Lexicon of medicine and the allied sciences

(based on Mayne"s Lexicon)

by New Sydenham Society

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Published by The Society in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesLexicon of medicine and the allied sciences.
Statementby Henry Power and Leonard W. Sedgwick. Vol.4.
ContributionsPower, Henry, 1829-1911., Sedgwick, Leonard William, 1829-1911., Mayne, Robert Gray.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18769251M

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