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Quaestio, an antiquorum doctrina de crisibus et diebus criticis admittenda? : An in curandis morbis et praesertim acutis observanda? : theses quas, Deo juvante, in saluberrima Facultate medica Parisiensi, praesentibus competitionis judicibus, publicis competitorum disputationibus subjectas tueri conabitur, die 18 mensis Febr. 1824 / G. Andral.

Andral, G. 1797-1876.
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1824
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An antiquorum doctrina de crisibus et diebus criticis admittenda?

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Parisiis : Ex typis A. Belin, 1824.

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51 pages ; 27 cm

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At head of title: Competitio ad agregationem [sic], jussu regis optimi, et ex mandato summi Regiae Universitatis Magistri, instituta anno 1823

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