Basic aural dyscrasia; being an inquiry into a condition of system disposing to aural disease, now for the first time described as the basic aural dyscrasia, involving an explanation of the mode of causation of tinnitus aurium, and a description of a hitherto unnoticed form of deafness—Vascular deafness

  • Robert T. Cooper
Part I. Original Communication


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  • Robert T. Cooper
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  1. 1.London

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