Studies of burns and scalds
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Studies of burns and scalds (reports of the Burns Unit, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, 1942 - 1943). by Medical Research Council.

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Published by HMSO in London .
Written in English


  • Glasgow Royal Infirmary. -- Burns Unit.

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SeriesMedical Research Council special report series -- no.249
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Open LibraryOL14451706M

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