In Memoriam ALEXANDER MICHAEL BOYD (1905-1973)

July 1973
Angiology;Jul/Aug1973, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p384
Academic Journal
Focuses on the life and works of Alexander Michael Boyd, founder of the International College of Angiology in London, England. Career history, Involvement of professor Boyd on various medical research projects; Level of achievements.


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