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Author: Garengeot, René-Jacques Croissant de, 1688-1759.
Title: A treatise of chirurgical operations, according to the mechanism of the parts of the humane body, and the theory and practice of the most learned and experienced surgeons in Paris. With thebandages for each apparatus, and a description of the instruments proper for chirurgical operations. Translated from the French of Mens. Renatus James Croissant Garengeot. Revis'd and corrected by Mr. St. André.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2007
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Print source: A treatise of chirurgical operations, according to the mechanism of the parts of the humane body, and the theory and practice of the most learned and experienced surgeons in Paris. With thebandages for each apparatus, and a description of the instruments proper for chirurgical operations. Translated from the French of Mens. Renatus James Croissant Garengeot. Revis'd and corrected by Mr. St. André.
Garengeot, René-Jacques Croissant de, 1688-1759., St. André, Nathaniel, tr. 1680-1776,

London: Printed for T. Woodward, 1723.
Subject terms:
Surgery, Operative
Surgery -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/2086506.0001.001
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