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A compend of diseases of children

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Among others IT CONTAINS TABLES of the ARTERIES, of the Bacilli, giving the Name, Habitat, etc.; of GANGLIA, LEUCOMAÎNES, MICROCOCCI, MUSCLES, NERVES, PLEXUSES, PTOMAÏNES, with the Name, Formula, Physiological Action, etc.; COMPARISON OF THERMOMETERS; WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, of VITAL STATISTICS, etc.

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