2 edition of Familiar forms of nervous disease found in the catalog.
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Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Familiar forms of nervous disease by Starr, M. Allen (Moses Allen), Publication date Topics Nervous System Diseases Publisher New York: Wood Additional Physical Format: Online version: Starr, M. Allen (Moses Allen), Familiar forms of nervous disease.
New York, Wood, (OCoLC) Familiar forms of nervous disease. New York, W. Wood & company, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / The object of this handy volume is to make known to practitioners the recent marked advances in neurological medicine, particularly in the direction of the localization of brain and spinal cord lesions with special reference to diagnosis and medical and surgical treatment.
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