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Sei dōitsusei shōgai : jendā iryō tokureihō = Gender identity disorder : gender, medicine and law / Ishida Hitoshi hen
性同一性障害 : ジェンダー・医療・特例法 = Gender identity disorder : gender, medicine and law / 石田仁編
Bib ID 4533177
Format BookBook
Edition Dai 1-han. 
第1版. 
Description Tōkyō : Ochanomizu Shobō, 2008 
東京 : 御茶の水書房, 2008 
vii, 306 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9784275008060
4275008065
Notes

Errata slip inserted.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Subjects Transsexuals -- Japan.  |  Gender identity disorders -- Japan.  |  Transsexuals -- Legal status, laws, etc -- Japan.  |  Sei dōitsusei shōgai.
性同一性障害. jlabsh/4
Other authors/contributors Ishida, Hitoshi, 1975-
石田仁, 1975-
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