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MEDICAL ELECTRICITY: embracing ELECTRO-Physiology and ELECTRICITY as a Therapeutic

, with special reference to practical Medicine; showing the most approved Apparatus, Methods and Rules, for the Medical Uses of Electricity in the Treatment of Nervous Diseases. By A. C. GARBATT, M.D. Revised and Illustrated. Price post-paid $6.50. Address S. R. Wells, 389 Broadway, N.Y.

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