Oral Contraceptives and Increased Formation of Soluble Fibrin

Pilgeram, L. O.; Ellison, J.; Bussche, G. Von Dem
August 1974
British Medical Journal;8/31/1974, Vol. 3 Issue 5930, p556
Academic Journal
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