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The microcosm of disease

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Being a portion of an Address introductory to the Session of 1879–80 in the Meath Hospital and County of Dublin Infirmary.

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Moore, J.W. The microcosm of disease. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science 68, 370–386 (1879). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02967001

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