The Ciba Collection of Medical Illustrations: Digestive system: pt. 1. Upper digestive tract. [c1959]. pt. 2. Lower digestive tract. [c1962, 1979]. pt. 3. Liver, biliary tract, and pancreas. [2d ed., c1964
The information is divided as follows: development of the digestive tract; anatomy of the abdomen; anatomy of the lower digestive tract; functional and diagnostic aspects of the lower digestive tract; diseases of the lower digestive tract; diseases and injuries of the abdominal cavity; hernias.
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Development of the Digestive Tract
Functional and Diagnostic Aspects of the Lower Digestive Tract
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