Hand-Book of Physiology
by William Senhouse Kirkes
Publisher: Murray 1872
Number of pages: 864
Human physiology is the science which treats of the life of man -- of the way in which he lives, and moves, and has his being. It teaches how man is begotten and born; how he attains maturity; and how he dies. This is a 1872 edition of the book.
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