The Nineteenth Annual Meeting International College of Angiology Dublin, Ireland May 15-19, 1977

March 1977
Angiology;Mar1977, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p222
Academic Journal
Provides information about the Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the International College of Angiology in Dublin, Ireland. Clam that the meeting will feature panel discussions with leaders of vascular medicine and surgery.


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