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Proc R Soc Med
v.29(8); 1936 June
Proc R Soc Med. 1936 June; 29(8): 898–902.
A Case of Primitive Surgical Holing of the Cranium Practised in Great Britain in Mediæval Times, with a Note on the Introduction of Trepanning Instruments
(Section of the History of Medicine)
T. Wilson Parry
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