[Notes on clinics and clinical lectures], 1865-1866.


[Notes on clinics and clinical lectures], 1865-1866.

One volume of notes on clinics and lectures given at Long Island College Hospital, dated 23 Oct. 1865 to 6 Apr.1866. Lecturers include William Gilfillan on therapeutics, DeWit C. Enos on anatomy, Austin Flint on practical medicine, Darwin G. Eaton on chemistry, and Joseph C. Hutchinson on surgical anatomy. Clinics mainly taught by Austin Flint.

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