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The nervous system, anatomical and physiological : in which the functions of the various parts of the brain are for the first time assigned: and to which is prefixed some account of the author's earliest discoveries, of which the more recent doctrine of Bell, Magendi, etc. is shown to be one.

Walker, Alexander.
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1834
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London : Smith, Elder & Co, 1834.

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xvi,704 : 22.5cm

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cont. from the sub-title...a plagiarism, an inversion, and a blunder associated with useless experiments, which they have neither understood nor explained. Being the first volume of an original system of physiology, adapted to the advanced stat of anatomy

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