PMID: 14257135Jan 1, 1965Paper


The New Zealand Medical Journal


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Jun 1, 1953·The Journal of Laryngology and Otology·K A MCNEILL, L WYNTER-WEDDERBURN
Nov 1, 1953·Acta Paediatrica·H GRANRUD
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Aug 1, 1955·Archives of Disease in Childhood·J MCKENZIE, J CRAIG
Jul 1, 1956·American Journal of Surgery·C C SNYDER
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Oct 1, 1958·Archives of Disease in Childhood·J McKENZIE
Apr 1, 1959·The Journal of Laryngology and Otology·G LIVINGSTONE
Sep 1, 1960·Experimental Cell Research·P S MOORHEADD A HUNGERFORD
Feb 1, 1960·Radiology·J J STOVINR L CLEMMENS
May 1, 1962·Acta Oto-laryngologica·G HERBERTS
Nov 1, 1961·The Journal of Laryngology and Otology·C A HOLBOROW
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Oct 1, 1961·American Journal of Ophthalmology·G PICO
Nov 1, 1949·The British Journal of Ophthalmology·G P HALBERG, J M PAUNESSA
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