Laborary works and preventive measures

proceedings of the third SEAMIC seminar at the Tokyo Metropolitan Research Laboratory of Public Health, Tokyo, on February 17-28, 1976
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Southeast Asian Medical Information Center , Tokyo
Digestive organs -- Diseases -- Congresses, Gastrointestinal Diseases -- prevention & control -- Asia, Southeastern -- congresses., Public health -- Asia Southeastern -- Congr
Statementeditor in chief, Hideo Fukumi ; editors, Ko Hiraishi ... [et al.].
SeriesSEAMIC publication -- no. 9, Gastrointestinal infections in Southeast Asia -- 2
ContributionsFukumi, Hideo, Hiraishi, Ko, Southeast Asian Medical Information Center (International Medical Foundation of Japan)
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LC ClassificationsRC802 427 1976
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 131 p. :
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Open LibraryOL20724194M

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