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16. Elements of physiology

17. The elements of physiology: containing an explanation of the functions of the human body : in which the modern improvements in chemistry, Galvanism, and other sciences, are applied to explain the actions of the animal economy

22. First lines of physiology

32. Human physiology

34. Human physiology

53. An inaugural essay on the mutual subserviencies of the different parts of the body: and the power of one part to perform the function of another : submitted to the examination of the Rev. J. Andrews ... the Trustees & medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania, on the twenty-first day of April, 1806 for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

63. Lectures on physiology

70. Medical lexicon: a dictionary of medical science : containing a concise explanation of the various subjects and terms of physiology, pathology, hygiene, therapeutics, pharmacology, obstetrics, medical jurisprudence, &c., with the French and other synonyms : notices of climate, and of celebrated mineral waters : formulae for various officinal, empirical, and dietetic preparations, etc

80. Physiology

82. Physiology: its science and philosophy, a treatise comprising the substance of a course of lectures (with many additions) on the science and philosophy of digenstion, assimilation and disassimilation, and correlated subjects, delivered in the Physio-Medical College of Indiana, being the first of a three-years graded course of lectures

83. Plain discourses on the laws or properties of matter: containing the elements or principles of modern chemistry : with more particular details of those practical parts of the science most interesting to mankind, and connected with domestic affairs : addressed to all American promoters of useful knowledge

86. The practice of physick, or, the law of God (called nature) in the body of man: confuting by manifest and manifold experiences many learned men, as well as the authors, the rules and methods conserning sicknesses and changes in mans body ... : In the second part of this book is a Practice of physick, drawn from the best of moderns ... : to which is added, A treatise of diseases from witchcraft

92. Questions on Kirke's physiology

95. The remaining medical works of that famous and renowned physician Dr Thomas Willis of Christ-Church in Oxford, and Sidley Professor of Natural Philosophy in the famous University: viz. I. Of fermentation. II. Of feavours. III. Of urines. IV. Of the accension of the bloud. V. Of musculary motion. VI. Of the anatomy of the brain. VII. Of the description and use of the nerves. VIII. Of convulsive diseases ; with large alphabetical tables for the whole, and an index for the explaining all the hard and unusual words and terms of art, derived from the Latine, Greek, or other languages, for the benefit of the meer English reader, and meanest capacity ; with eighteen copper plates