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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.
Date
1817
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Boston : Cummings and Hilliard ; Cambridge : Hilliard & Metcalf, 1817.

Physical description

xviii, 19-367 pages, 5 folded plates. ; (8vo)

Notes

Includes "Of hydatids" (p. 256-291) from Alexander Monro's The morbid anatomy of the human gullet, stomach, and intestines (Edinburgh, 1811)
"Errata": p. [368]
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

Publications note

Austin 270

Bibliographic information

Bibliography: p. [64]-65. Additional bibliographic references included in "Notes" at end of each lecture.

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