Alcoholism: a guide for the primary care physician
Springer-Verlag, Oct 19, 1987 - Medical - 231 pages
Based on the Commonwealth Harvard Alcohol Research and Teaching Program, this clinically oriented work is designed to give internists and primary care practitioners the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and care for patients with alcoholism.
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