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The thyroid and its diseases / Leslie J. DeGroot, John B. Stanbury ; with a chapter, Surgery of the thyroid gland, by Selwyn Taylor
Bib ID 1823783
Format BookBook
Author
DeGroot, Leslie J. (Leslie Jacob)
 
Edition 4th ed. 
Description New York : Wiley Biomedical Division, Wiley, c1975 
xiv, 823 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0471205303
Notes

"A Medimedia publication."

First and 2d editions, by J. H. Means, published in 1937 and 1948; 3d ed. by J. H. Means, L. J. DeGroot, and J. B. Stanbury, in 1963.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Thyroid gland -- Diseases.  |  Goiter.  |  Myxedema.  |  Thyroid diseases.
Other authors/contributors Stanbury, John B. (John Burton), 1915-  |  Means, James Howard, 1885-1967. Thyroid and its diseases

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