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clinical treatise on diseases of the liver.

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The New Sydenham society , London
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SeriesNew Sydenham society [Publications] v. 7, 13
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A clinical treatise on diseases of the liver. [Friedrich Theodor Frerichs; Charles Murchison; William Wood & Company,] Theod. Frerichs, professor of clinical medicine in the University of Berlin, etc.; medical privy-counsellor and medical adviser to the Ministry of Public Instruction and Medicine at Berlin ; translated by Charles Murchison.

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