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Dercum, Francis Xavier.  The supposed evils of expert testimony. New York: A.R. Elliott Pub. Co., 1908. 8vo (20.2 cm, 8"). 14 pp.
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A paper "reprinted from the New York Medical Journal for July 25, 1908," and originally addressed "at the meeting of the Medicolegal Society of Philadelphia, held on April 28, 1908."
        Dr. Francis Xavier Dercum (1856–1931) was a professor of nervous and mental disease at the Jefferson Medical College, as well as a neurologist to the Philadelphia Hospital. Dercum was the first to report Adiposis dolorosa, which later adopted the name "Dercum's disease."
        WorldCat has located one institutional copy in the U.S.

In gray wrappers; minor rubbing to edges. Interior is clean.  (39390)   Please RESHELVE This.


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