Johna, Samir
August 2002
American Surgeon;Aug2002, Vol. 68 Issue 8, p743
Academic Journal
Presents a correction to the article 'Hunayn ibn-Ishaq: A Forgotten Legend,' by Samir Johna, from a 2002 issue of 'The American Surgeon.'


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