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Disseratatio inauguralis pathologico-anatomica sistens casum singularem de hepatis tuberculis : cum hydrothorace, hemiplegia aliisque morbis complicatis ... in Universitate Litteraria Friderica Guilelma, ut summi in medicina et chirurgia honores rite sibi concedantur die XI. m. Septembris a. MDCCCXXIX ; publice defensurus est / auctor Franciscus Guilelmus van Werden.

Van Werden, Franciscus Guilelmus, 1804-
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1829
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Berolini : Typis Brüschckianis, 1829.

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32 pages ; 21 cm

Dissertation note

Thesis (M.D.) - Frederick William University 1829

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Includes bibliographical references and Vitae curriculum

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This material has been provided by the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library at Yale University, through the Medical Heritage Library. The original may be consulted at the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library at Yale University.

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