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A treatise on the operations for the formation of an artificial pupil; in which morbid states of the eye requiring them, are considered : and the mode of performing the operation, adapted to each peculiar case, fully explained; with an account of the opinions and practice of the different foreign and British authors who have written on the subject / by G. J. Guthrie.

Guthrie, G. J.
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1819
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London : published by Messrs Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown; Callow, Princes Street, Soho; Burgess and Hill, Windmill Street; Anderson, Smithfield; Cox and Co. Boro'; Highly, Fleet Street; Messrs Underwood, Fleet Street: Constable and Co. Edinburgh: and Hodges and M'Arthur, Dublin, 1819.

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xviii, 209 pages, 2 unnumbered leaves of plates ; 22 cm

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