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Granuloma Venereum (Inguinale) - Studies on the Etiology and Pathology

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Granuloma Venereum (Inguinale) - Studies on the Etiology and Pathology

by Max Goldzieher MD and Samuel M. Peck MD

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Chicago: American Medical Association, 1926 Paper. Good. Soft cover. Journal Offprint. 15 page, illustrated journal article offprint, from the Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. Cover is faded and has a two hole punch down the left side.

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Bookseller's Inventory #
101208
Title
Granuloma Venereum (Inguinale) - Studies on the Etiology and Pathology
Author
Max Goldzieher MD and Samuel M. Peck MD
Format/Binding
Paperback
Book Condition
Used - Good
Edition
Journal Offprint
Publisher
American Medical Association
Place of Publication
Chicago
Date Published
1926
Keywords
inguinale granuloma venereum etiology and pathology, laboratory medicine
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Pathology; Lab Medicine;

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