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Laennec and the stethoscope

Detroit Parke, Davis & Company 1960.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : color ; 35 x 42 cm

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At Necker Hospital, Paris, France, in 1816, Dr. Theophile Laennec devised hollow wooden cylinders for listening to sounds in patients' chests. These early stethoscopes helped physicians to better understand diseases of the lungs.

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<p>At Necker Hospital, Paris, France, in 1816, Dr. Theophile Laennec devised hollow wooden cylinders for listening to sounds in patients' chests.  These early stethoscopes helped physicians to better understand diseases of the lungs.</p>
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Laennec and the stethoscope

Detroit Parke, Davis & Company 1960.

<p>At Necker Hospital, Paris, France, in 1816, Dr. Theophile Laennec devised hollow wooden cylinders for listening to sounds in patients' chests.  These early stethoscopes helped physicians to better understand diseases of the lungs.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : color ; 35 x 42 cm

ABSTRACT

At Necker Hospital, Paris, France, in 1816, Dr. Theophile Laennec devised hollow wooden cylinders for listening to sounds in patients' chests. These early stethoscopes helped physicians to better understand diseases of the lungs.

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