PMID: 13364157Oct 1, 1956

The cytological diagnosis of bladder tumours amongst dyestuff workers

British Journal of Industrial Medicine
J G S CRABBEM H WILLIAMS

Abstract

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References

Nov 15, 1952·British Medical Journal·J G S CRABBE
Dec 1, 1952·British Journal of Urology·F MASINA
Jun 1, 1954·American Journal of Clinical Pathology·J R McDONALD
Jan 1, 1951·Indian Journal of Pediatrics·S P BHATTACHARJEE
Apr 1, 1952·British Journal of Industrial Medicine·T S SCOTT
May 18, 1945·Science·G N Papanicolaou, V F Marshall
Apr 1, 1949·British Journal of Industrial Medicine·M W GOLDBLATT
Feb 1, 1947·The Journal of Urology·G N Papanicolaou

Citations

Oct 1, 1971·British Journal of Urology·A D TheologidisA Scott
Jun 24, 1961·British Medical Journal·J G S CRABBE, M E EGERTON
Jun 12, 1965·British Medical Journal·M M BODDINGTON, A I SPRIGGS
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Mar 1, 1982·Journal of Clinical Pathology·W Highman, E Wilson
Dec 1, 1990·Journal of Clinical Pathology·J Dhundee, H S Rigby
Jul 1, 1991·Journal of Clinical Pathology·F V Flynn
Mar 1, 1981·Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health·R A CartwrightS M Bernard
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