Diabetes mellitus in Asia, 1970
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Diabetes mellitus in Asia, 1970 proceedings of a symposium, Kobe, Japan, 24 May 1970.

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Published by Excerpta Medica in [Amsterdam] .
Written in English



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StatementEditors: S. Tsuji [and] M. Wada. Co-editors: C. N. Hales, G. M. Addison [and] P. Ghosh.
SeriesInternational congress series, 221
ContributionsTsuji, Shozo, 1906- ed.
LC ClassificationsRC660.A1 D52
The Physical Object
Pagination258 p.
Number of Pages258
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5743781M
ISBN 109021901617
LC Control Number70876243

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