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A treatise on verminous diseases, preceded by the natural history of intestinal worms, and their origin in the human body / ... Translated from the Italian, with notes, by ... J. Bartoli ... and Calvet, nephew ... Paris, 1804. Translated from the French, with additions, by John G. Coffin, M.D. 1816.
- Brera, Valeriano Luigi, 1772-1840.
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Boston : Cummings and Hilliard ; Cambridge : Hilliard & Metcalf, 1817.
xviii, 19-367 pages, 5 folded plates. ; (8vo)
Includes "Of hydatids" (p. 256-291) from Alexander Monro's The morbid anatomy of the human gullet, stomach, and intestines (Edinburgh, 1811)
"Errata": p. 
Comprises four lectures delivered at the University of Pavia in "the scholastic year of 1798" Originally published in Crema in 1802 under title: Lezioni medico-pratiche sopra i principali vermi del corpo umano vivente, e le cosi dette malattie verminose
Translation of Traité des maladies vermineuses, précédé de l'histoire naturelle des vers et de leur origine dans le corps humain (Paris, 1804)
Copy 1 Note: Inscribed on flyleaf: "Frederick Putnam". X117223
Bibliography: p. -65. Additional bibliographic references included in "Notes" at end of each lecture.