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Contributions to the history of medicine in Ireland

The history of periodic medical literature in Ireland, including notices of the medical and philosophical societies of Dublin

by W. R. Wilde

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Published by Hodges & Smith in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesHistory of periodic medical literature in Ireland, including notices of the medical and philosophical societies of Dublin.
Statement[W.R. Wilde]
The Physical Object
Pagination1 unnumbered leaf, 48 pages ;
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26492067M

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He does, however, relate an historic narrative that traces the development of medicine in Ireland from the pre Christian era to the present time. In discussing the.

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