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Inaugural dissertation on the physiology and pathology of the brain : being an attempt to ascertain what portions of that organ are more immediately connected with motion, sensation, and intelligence, submitted to the Medical Faculty of the University of Edinburgh, in conformity with the rules for graduation, by authority of the Very Rev. Principal Baird, and with the sanction of the Senatus Academicus / by John Hughes Bennett.

Bennett, John Hughes, 1812-1875.
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1837
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Edinburgh : John Carfrae & Son, 1837.

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79 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm

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