By Peter D.O. Davies, Stephen B Gordon, Gerry Davies
Completely up-to-date and revised, Clinical Tuberculosis maintains to supply the TB practitioner―whether in public wellbeing and fitness, laboratory technology or medical practice―with a synoptic and definitive account of the newest tools of prognosis, remedy and regulate of this not easy and debilitating disease.
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