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A dictionary of practical surgery : comprehending all the most interesting improvements, from the earliest times down to the present period : an account of the instruments and remedies employed in surgery, the etymology and signification of the principal terms, and numerous references to ancient and modern works, forming a "catalogue raisonné" of surgical literature / by Samuel Cooper.

Cooper, Samuel, 1780-1848.
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1834
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New-York : Harper & Bros., 1834.

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2 volumes in 1 ; 22 cm

Edition

From the 6th London ed., rev., corr. and enl. /

Notes

At head of title: Harper's stereotype ed., uniform with Harper's medical dictionary
NLM copy, bill of charges affixed to front pastedown.

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This material has been provided by the National Library of Medicine (U.S.), through the Medical Heritage Library. The original may be consulted at the National Library of Medicine (U.S.)

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