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Practical inquiry into the causes of the frequent failure of the operations of depression, and of the extraction of the cataract, as usually performed : with the description of a series of new and improved operations, by the practice of which, most of the causes of failure may be avoided, illustrated by tables of the comparative success of the new and old modes of practice / by Sir William Adams.

Adams, William, Sir, 1783-1827.
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1817
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London : published by Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, Paternoster Row; and J. Hatchard, Piccadilly; also by W. Blackwood, Edinburgh; and Hodges and McArthur, Dublin, 1817.

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xxviii, 413 pages, 1 unnumbered folded leaf ; 22 cm

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