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An introduction to medical literature, including a system of practical nosology : intended as a guide to students, and an assistant to practitioners. Together with detached essays, on the study of physic, on classification, on chemical affinities, on animal chemistry, on the blood, on the medical effects of climates, on the circulation, and on palpitation / by Thomas Young.

Young, Thomas, 1773-1829.
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1823
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Also known as

Medical literature and practical nosology

Publication/Creation

London : Printed and published by W. Phillips ... ; Sold also by T. and G. Underwood, and S. Highley ... ; and W. and C. Tait, Edinburgh, 1823.

Physical description

xxvi, 659 pages

Edition

2nd ed., continued and corr.

Notes

Titl: Half-title: Medical literature and practical nosology

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  • English


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This material has been provided by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. The original may be consulted at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.

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