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A CRITICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ESSAY ON THE CIRCULATION OF THE BLOOD, ESPECIALLY AS OBSERVED IN THE MINUTE AND CAPILLARY VESSELS OF THE BATRACHIA AND OF FISHES [BOUND WITH] RESEARCHES PRINCIPALLY RELATIVE TO THE MORBID AND CURATIVE EFFECTS OF LOSS OF BLOOD
Philadelphia: E. L. Carey and A. Hart, 1835. Garrison-Morton notes of the First London Edition of the Essay on the Circulation of Blood that Hall "clearly distinguished arterioles and venules from capillaries, and he described arteriovenous shunts" [Garrison-Morton 768.1]. This American Edition, four years later bound with Hall's treatise on blood-letting, Researches ... Relative and Curative Effects of Loss of Blood. The former with 10 lithographic plates; the latter a stated Second American Edition. Bound in sheep with morocco label; foxing, and minor loss to the edge of the front endpaper. (Garrison-Morton 768.1 [HistoryofMedine.com]).
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