Myers, Harvey L.
January 1966
Angiology;Jan1966, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p66
Academic Journal
Focuses on the efficacy of chelation therapy for varicose pigmentation. Causes of the varicose pigmentation; Safety of the chelating agent disodium ethylene diamide tetraaacetic acid; Effect of chelation on melanin pigment formation.


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