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A Manual of Veterinary Physiology

Nature volume 92, page 420 (11 December 1913) | Download Citation



AS pointed out by the author, this work is essentially a veterinary, and not a comparative, physiology, and an endeavour has been made to render it of service, not only to the student of theoretical veterinary physiology, but also to the clinician. Throughout the book the author has taken every opportunity of pointing out the clinical application of various physiological facts, and further indicating how various pathological conditions are purely derangements of physiological conditions.

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