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The anatomy of the foetal brain; with a comparative exposition of its structure in animals.

Author: Friedrich Tiedemann
Publisher: Edinburgh, J. Carfrae & Son 1826.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Friedrich Tiedemann
OCLC Number: 6747381
Notes: Translation of Anatomie und Bildungsgeschichte des Gehirns in Foetus des Menschen.
Description: xviii, 324 pages, 1 leaf XIV plates
Responsibility: By Frédéric Tiedemann ... Tr. from the French of A.J.L. Jourdan, by William Bennett, M.D. To which are added, some late observations on theinfluence of the sanguineous system over the development of the nervous system in general. Illustrated by fourteen engravings.

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