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THEIR SOURCES, NATURE, AND TREATMENT
T. SPENCER COBBOLD, M.D. F.R.S.
LECTURER AT THE MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL
LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.
ESSENTIALLY PRACTICAL in its character, this little work is not intended to supersede my larger treatise on 'Entozoa.'
The favourable reception of that work by the profession and by the scientific public leads me to believe that a less expensive volume, free from unnecessary technicalities, may not prove unacceptable.
I have purposely limited my remarks to one great group of the numerous parasites which invade the human body; but to render the work generally useful, I have added a complete list of the human entozoa in the introduction.