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Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science

, Volume 16, Issue 1, pp 117–193 | Cite as

Reviews and bibliographical notices

  • G. H. Ehrmann
  • Joseph Lindwurm
  • Norman Chevers
  • Don Vicente Martinez y Montes
  • D. J. T. Francis
  • T. H. Burgess
  • J. Y. Simpson
  • Joseph Skoda
  • W. O. Markham
  • John Spukgin
  • Edward John Tilt
  • L. J. De Jongh
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. H. Ehrmann
  • Joseph Lindwurm
  • Norman Chevers
  • Don Vicente Martinez y Montes
  • D. J. T. Francis
  • T. H. Burgess
  • J. Y. Simpson
  • Joseph Skoda
  • W. O. Markham
  • John Spukgin
  • Edward John Tilt
  • L. J. De Jongh

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