compleat treatise of the gravel and stone with all their causes, symptoms and cures, accounted for : to which are added, propositions demonstrating that the stone may safely be dissolv"d, without any detriment to the body : drawn from reason, experiments, and anatomical observations by Nicholas Robinson

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Statementby Nicholas Robinson, M.D.
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Pagination[24], 284, [9], 8 p. (8 p. at end advertisements)
Number of Pages284
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