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The Pathology of Artificial Pneumothorax in Pulmonary Tuberculosis

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The Pathology of Artificial Pneumothorax in Pulmonary Tuberculosis

by Leroy U. Gardner

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USA: The American Review of Tuberculosis, 1925 Paper. Very Good. Soft cover. Journal Offprint. 32 page journal article, 11 of which pages are black-and-white plates. Staples are rusted..

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Title
The Pathology of Artificial Pneumothorax in Pulmonary Tuberculosis
Author
Leroy U. Gardner
Format/Binding
Paperback
Book Condition
Used - Very Good
Edition
Journal Offprint
Publisher
The American Review of Tuberculosis
Place of Publication
USA
Date Published
1925
Keywords
Tuberculosis, Tubercle Bacillus, Pathology, Vivisection, American Review of Tuberculosis, Tubercle Bacillus, Public Health, TB, White plague, phthisis, guinea pig experiments, pulmonology, Pulmonary medicine, medical research, Tuberculosis Research
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TB; Pathology; Medical Research;

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