Emerson, Edward C.
September 1972
Angiology;Sep1972, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p509
Academic Journal
Discusses the new policy of the journal "Angiology" about the publication of the views of editors on noted experts in the field of vascular disease. Presentation of the opinions as a special editorials; Objectives of the opinions; Provision of a place in the journal for opposite viewpoints.


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