Essays on the Changes of the Human Body, at Its Different Ages : The Diseases to Which It Is Predisposed in Each Period of Life: And the Physiological Principles of Its Longevity. the Whole Illustrated by Many Analogies in Plants and Animals

Essays on the Changes of the Human Body, at Its Different Ages : The Diseases to Which It Is Predisposed in Each Period of Life: And the Physiological Principles of Its Longevity. the Whole Illustrated by Many Analogies in Plants and Animals

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Essays On The Changes Of The Human Body, At Its Different Ages: The Diseases To Which It Is Predisposed In Each Period Of Life: And The Physiological Principles Of Its Longevity. The Whole Illustrated By Many Analogies In Plants And Animals Thomas Jameson Longman, 1811 Medical; Pathology; Medical / Pathology


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Author(s)
Thomas Jameson
Format
Paperback | 394 pages
Dimensions
189 x 246 x 21mm | 703g
Publication date
11 Jul 2011
Publisher
Nabu Press
Publication City/Country
Charleston SC, United States
Language
English
Illustrations note
black & white illustrations
ISBN10
117335901X
ISBN13
9781173359010