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Prize dissertations / by M. David ... as adjudged by the Royal Academy of Surgery in Paris ; first, on the effects of motion and rest, and their several modes of application in surgery ; secondly, on the various effects of counter-strokes on the human body, and the methods of relieving them ; translated from the original French, with copious additional annotations, by J.O. Justamond.

David, M. 1737-1784.
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1790
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Dissertation sur les effets du mouvement et du repos. English

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London, 1790.

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2 unnumbered pages, 165 pages, 1 unnumbered pages ; 29 cm (4to)

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