Practical Physiology by Marcus Seymour Pembrey

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Practical Physiology

Publisher: Longmans, Green
ISBN/ASIN: 1112517863
Number of pages: 508

Physiology is the basis of medicine, and the further advance of these sciences depends mainly upon the "experimental method." The medical student, the future physician, should undergo a training in practical physiology, for thereby he learns the most important of all lessons; he learns to observe, to draw conclusions from his observations, and to unravel the causes of his failures.

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