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Considerations on Bowen's disease and its fundamental histopathological particularities. Its relationship with Queyrat's erythroplasia.
Rum Med Rev. 1961; 5:59.RM

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eng

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14479529

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NICOLAU, S G., and L BALUS. "Considerations On Bowen's Disease and Its Fundamental Histopathological Particularities. Its Relationship With Queyrat's Erythroplasia." Rumanian Medical Review, vol. 5, 1961, p. 59.
NICOLAU SG, BALUS L. Considerations on Bowen's disease and its fundamental histopathological particularities. Its relationship with Queyrat's erythroplasia. Rum Med Rev. 1961;5:59.
NICOLAU, S. G., & BALUS, L. (1961). Considerations on Bowen's disease and its fundamental histopathological particularities. Its relationship with Queyrat's erythroplasia. Rumanian Medical Review, 5, 59.
NICOLAU SG, BALUS L. Considerations On Bowen's Disease and Its Fundamental Histopathological Particularities. Its Relationship With Queyrat's Erythroplasia. Rum Med Rev. 1961;5:59. PubMed PMID: 14479529.
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