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Book - Contributions to the Study of the Early Development and Imbedding of the Human Ovum (1908) - Paper No. II. An Early Ovarian Pregnancy Bryce TH. Teacher JH and Kerr JMM. Contributions To The Study Of The Early Development And Imbedding Of The Human Ovum 2. An Early Ovarian Pregnancy. (1908) James Maclehose and Sons. Glasgow.

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By Thomas H. Bryce; John H. Teacher And John M. Munro Kerr, M.B.

Obstetric Physician To The Maternity Hospital And Gynaecologist To The Western Infirmary, Glasgow