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Observations on air found in the pleura, in a case of pneumato-thorax
Article from Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1823.
|Other titles||Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1823, p496-516.|
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Observations on air found in the pleura, in a case of pneumato-thorax; with experiments on the absorption of different kinds of air introduced into the pleura John Davy Google Scholar Full text of "Observations on Air Found in the Pleura, in a Case of Pneumato-Thorax; With Experiments on the Absorption of Different Kinds of Air Introduced into the Pleura" See other formats C ^ XXIX.
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