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|The Ferencz Collection |
|The Ferencz Historical Collection |
|Fifth edition of the Practical proofs of the soundness of the Hygeian system of physiology, giving incontrovertible testimony to the afflicted, of the inestimable value of Morison's vegetable universal medicines: including, with other matter, 'The Origin of life, and cause of all disease explained;' an entirely new view of the origin of the smallpox virus, and of its being most certainly eradicable, or rendered harmless; and sundry cases of cure, with most important information connected with the successful promulgation of the Hygeian system in the United States of America |
|Florence Nightingale Letters |
|The Foes of the Household |
|Formulae remediorum in materiam medicam et chirurgicam clarissimi ac celeberrimi viri Crantz |
|Forsyth's medical & surgical dictionary |
|From Hammurabi to Gesell : an exhibition of books on the history of pediatrics, from the Trent Collection, Duke University Medical Center Library |
|A Full and Accurate Account of the New Method of Curing Dyspepsia, Discovered and Practised, With Some Observations on Diseases of the Digestive Organs |
|The general practice of physic; extracted chiefly from the writings of the most celebrated practical physicians, and the medical essays, transactions, journals, and literary correspondence of the learned societies in Europe. Vol. 2 |
|Geschichte der Geburtshülfe |
|Geschichte des Menschen: ein Anhang zu Funk's Naturgeschichte und Technologie, zur allgemeinen Schul-encyklopadie gehorig |
|Geschichte und Beschreibung der Knochen des menschlichen Khorpers |
|Good's study of medicine |
|A Greek and English dictionary, comprising all the words in the writings of the most popular Greek authors; with the difficult inflections in them and in the Septuagint and New Testament |
|Greenwood Letters |
|Greenwood Papers |
|Gregory's Practice |
|The Grieves Collection |
|The Grieves Historical Collection |
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