Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science

, Volume 28, Issue 2, pp 341–468 | Cite as

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  1. The Diseases of the Stomach; with an Introduction on its Anatomy, and Physiology. Being Lectures delivered at St. Thomas’ Hospital by William Brinton, M. D., F. R. C. P., Lecturer on Physiology and on Forensic Medicine in St. Thomas’ Hospital ; Physician to the Royal Free Hospital. London: J. Churchill. Post 8vo, pp. 400.Google Scholar
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  13. De Invloed der Zenuwen op de Ontsteking Proefondervindelijk Getoetst.Door H. Snellen. Utrecht: P. W. Van de Weijer. 1857.Google Scholar
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