Martorell, F.
August 1957
Angiology;Aug1957, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p368
Academic Journal
Focuses on the trend of language which aim to facilitate cultural exchange in the field of medicine. Basis for the modern scientific terminology; Creation of international scientific language; Solution for the problem of scientific communication.


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