Emerson, Edward C.
March 1973
Angiology;Mar1973, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p125
Academic Journal
Announces the decision of the Board of Editors of "Angiology" to invite views of noted experts in the field of actual and controversial problems in vascular disease. Plan to present these views as "special editorials"; Intention of the editorials to present individual opinions from the leaders of the profession; Invitation for the expression of opposite viewpoints.


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