Castro, Carlos M.; Grilli, Heraldo; Grois, Jos�
June 1963
Angiology;Jun1963, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p277
Academic Journal
Investigates the effect of hyalurodinase in the treatment of various type of ulceration in the lower limbs. Description of the enzyme hyalurodinase; Administration of the medication to subject; Changes in the appearance noted in the lesion after the treatment.


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