Results of Treatment of Thyrotoxicosis after Postoperative Relapse

McLarty, D. G.; Alexander, W. D.; Harden, R. McG.; Clark, D. H.
July 1969
British Medical Journal;7/26/1969, Vol. 3 Issue 5664, p200
Academic Journal
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