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Contributions To The Study Of The Early Development And Imbedding Of The Human Ovum

1. An Early Ovum Imbedded In The Decidua

By Thomas H. Bryce, M.A., M.D.

Lecturer In Anatomy, University Of Glasgow

And John H. Teacher, M.A, M.D.

Lecturer On Pathological Histology. University Of Glasgow

2. An Early Ovarian Pregnancy

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

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

With Ten Plates And Twelve Figures In The Text

Glasgow James Maclehose And Sons

Publishers To The University


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