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An inaugural dissertation, in which, by an induction of facts from dysentery, the Mitchillian doctrine of pestilential fluids is illustrated
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An inaugural dissertation, in which, by an induction of facts from dysentery, the Mitchillian doctrine of pestilential fluids is illustrated

Author: Nicholas John Quackenbos
Dissertation: Thesis (M.D.)--Columbia College.
Edition/Format:   Article : Thesis/dissertation : EnglishView all editions and formats
Publication:Medical theses. 1806.
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Named Person: Samuel L Mitchill; Samuel L Mitchill
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation
Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas John Quackenbos
OCLC Number: 26921989
In: Caldwell, Charles
Description: p. [139]-157.
Responsibility: by Nicholas I.[sic] Quackenbos.

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