1999 Yearbook of Pulmonary Disease
Produced by a team of eminent pulmonary disease specialists, this Year Book volume identifies and organises the most important 1999 articles pertaining to respiratory medicine from over 500 journals worldwide. Each chosen article is then condensed into a structured summary so that the reader can glean the salient points quickly and easily. Reference to the original article is given, together with original graphs, tables, figures and photos.
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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Pulmonary Vascular Diseases
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