volume 17, issue 26, P407-416 1838
DOI: 10.1056/nejm183801310172602
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Abstract: In several numbers of this volume of the Journal it has been shown that some of the most important organs of the body-organs, too, which have been held to be extremely complicated in their structure-are developed according to the mechanical laws of a fluid, the same with or analogous to electricity. The brain, the ear, the valves, and membranous septa generally, have been shown to be but parts of a simple and universal process ; the revelation of which will rescue the science of life from that confusion and o…

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