British surgical practice

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Statementunder the general editorship of Sir Ernest Rock Carling and J. Paterson Ross. Vol.5.
ContributionsCarling, Ernest Rock, Sir., Ross, James Paterson, Sir.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxvii,494,38p.
Number of Pages49438
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Open LibraryOL19113176M

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