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THE MORBID ANATOMY of the LIVER; being an Inquiry into the Anatomical Character, Symptoms, and Treatment of certain Diseases which impair or destroy the Structure of that Viscus. Order i. —TUM.OURS. Part I. On the Tubera Circumscripta, and Tubera iffusa. By J. R. FARRE, M.D. Part I. on Imperial 4to, illustrated with coloured Engravings. Price 15s. The Subjects of Tumours and Inflammation of the Liver will occupy a Series of Twelve or Thirteen coloured Engravings, some of which will contain Three or more Figures. The whole will be completed either in Four or Six Fasciculi.

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