Clinical Toxicology
H Matthew


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Jan 1, 1971·Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology·I HaiderI Oswald
Oct 21, 1972·Lancet·H MatthewP Mason
Jun 1, 1970·Clinical Toxicology·H Matthew
Jan 1, 1966·Lancet·A L LINTON, I M Ledingham
Aug 20, 1970·The New England Journal of Medicine·D GröschelJ M Rosenbaum
Aug 1, 1970·Pediatric Clinics of North America·S J YaffeG Alván
Aug 1, 1970·Pediatric Clinics of North America·D G CorbyW J Decker
Mar 6, 1971·British Medical Journal·H MATTHEW
Jan 1, 1973·British Journal of Anaesthesia·E L Lloyd
Oct 20, 1973·British Medical Journal·J A Forrest, R A Tarala
Jul 5, 1969·British Medical Journal·H MATTHEWN Wright
Jul 12, 1971·JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association·H YATZIDIS
May 2, 1970·British Medical Journal·E G McQueen
May 2, 1970·British Medical Journal·R C Aitken, A T Proudfoot
Jun 1, 1970·The British Journal of Dermatology·P F Naylor, N T Evans
Apr 4, 1970·British Medical Journal·E Tylden, C Saville
Nov 28, 1970·British Medical Journal·F Wells
Apr 15, 1971·The New England Journal of Medicine·J L RosenbaumC Boreyko
Aug 7, 1971·British Medical Journal·N WrightV Fuster
Jun 29, 1968·British Medical Journal·G E Mawer, H A Lee
Aug 3, 1968·British Medical Journal·I HaiderH MATTHEW
Aug 15, 1969·Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift·T DumeE Wetzels
Aug 1, 1969·Archives of Dermatology·U W Leavell
Aug 30, 1969·British Medical Journal·H MATTHEWR C Aitken
Sep 1, 1969·Postgraduate Medical Journal·R C Aitken, A T Proudfoot
Nov 27, 1965·British Medical Journal·N Kessel
May 28, 1966·British Medical Journal·H MATTHEWJ C Cameron
Jan 1, 1966·International Anesthesiology Clinics·B Ibsen
Jan 21, 1956·Lancet·E M BROOKE
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Mar 27, 1965·British Medical Journal·G W BEVERIDGE, A A LAWSON
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Jun 12, 1965·Lancet·T F MACKINTOSH, H MATTHEW
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Mar 13, 2012·International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health·Marco SarchiaponeAlec Roy
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