Memphis Medical Monthly, Volume 10

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S.C. Toof & Company, 1890

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Page 376 - A NEW MEDICAL DICTIONARY: Including all the words and phrases used in Medicine, with their proper Pronunciation and Definitions, based on Recent Medical Literature. By George M. Gould, BA, MD, Ophthalmic Surgeon to the Philadelphia Hospital, etc.
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