2 edition of Integration of clinical problems in teaching gross anatomy found in the catalog.
Integration of clinical problems in teaching gross anatomy
Pabst, Reinhard Dr. med.
Written in English
Article from Anatomical record, Vol.215, No.1, 1992 (pp.92-94).
|Other titles||Anatomical record.|
|Statement||Reinhard Pabst, Jürgen Westermann, and Herbert Lippert.|
|Contributions||Westermann, Jürgen., Lippert, Herbert, 1930-|
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