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Copperplate engraved illustrations of horse’s skull on the left with cross section showing sinuses and treatment for glanders on the right with a man’s hands injecting fluid into the horse’s sinus cavity just below its left eye, from Étienne-Guillaume La Fosse’s A treatise upon the true seat of the glanders in horses, together with the method of cure. (London: T. Osborne, 1751).  WZ 260 L 168tE 1751.

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Étienne-Guillaume La Fosse.
A treatise upon the true seat of the glanders in horses, together with the method of cure. (London: T. Osborne, 1751).


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