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De spinae dorsi distorsionibus et pede equino disquisito pathologico-therapeutica, adjecta novarum machinarum a viro celeberrimo Langenbeck inventarum descriptione : Dissertatio inauguralis, quam gratiosi medicorum ordinis auctoritate atque consensu in Academia Georgia Augusta pro summis in Medicina, Chirurgia atque Obstetrica honoribus rite obtinendis die XII. mens. Septembris anno MDCCCXXIX publice defendet.

Mühry, Georg Karl, 1806-1840.
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[1829]

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Gottingae : Typis Dieterichianis, [1829]

Physical description

vi, 2 unnumbered pages, 60 pages, [3 leaves of folding plates] : illustrations ; 24 cm

Dissertation note

Göttingen

Bibliographic information

Includes bibliographical references

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  • Latin


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This material has been provided by King’s College London. The original may be consulted at King’s College London.
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