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A case of generalised vaccinia, with remarks on the pathology of the disease

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Read before the Fylde Medical Society on Tuesday, January 28, 1908.

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Oldham, R.S. A case of generalised vaccinia, with remarks on the pathology of the disease. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science 126, 1–16 (1908). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02969766

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