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Ind Med Gaz
v.1(7); 1866 July 1
Ind Med Gaz. 1866 July 1; 1(7): 176–177.
Practical Observations on the Means of Detecting Dhatoora, When It Has Been Administered to Human Beings with the Intention of Inducing Stupefaction, Intoxication, or Death
W. J. Palmer
W. J. Palmer,
First Assistant-Surgeon, Presidency General Hospital.
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