Induced paralysis for endoscopic procedures

a preliminary report [by] Eugene C. Alver and Joseph H. Leek. by Eugene C Alver in [Chicago]

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ContributionsLeek, Joseph H
LC ClassificationsRF476 A58
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Number of Pages405
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