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The Diseases of Children : Work for the Practising Physician

By Pfaundler, Meinhard Von

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Title: The Diseases of Children : Work for the Practising Physician  
Author: Pfaundler, Meinhard Von
Volume: 1
Language: English
Subject: Children, Child care, Child welfare
Collections: Canadian Libraries Collection
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Publisher: J. B. Lippincott & Co., Inc.


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Von, 1872-194, P. M., & 1867-1962, S. A. (1912). The Diseases of Children : Work for the Practising Physician. Retrieved from

Translation of: Handbuch der Kinderheilkunde; Includes bibliographical references and indexes; v. 1. Pathology symptomatology prophylaxis therapeutics feeding--v. 2. Newborn-puberty general diseases infectious diseases--v. 3. Digestive system respiratory system circulatory system thyroid gland--v. 4. Genito-urinary system nervous system dermatology--v. 5. Congenital diseases surgery orthopedics; 14

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