Lymphology Today

Földi, M.
February 1983
Angiology;Feb1983, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p84
Academic Journal
Focuses on issues relevant to lymphology addressed by the author during a meeting at the International College of Angiology. Situation of basic lymphology research; Analysis of pertinent literature; Discussion of data which pertinent in characterizing the present state of lymphology.


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