Johns Hopkins Internal Medicine Board Review 2010-2011: Certification and Recertification 3rd edition by Bimal Ashar MD, Redonda Miller MD MBA, Stephen Sisson MD and Johns Hopkins Hospital
Book name : Johns Hopkins Internal Medicine Board Review 2010-2011: Certification and Recertification 3rd edition
Series : medicine
Pages : 656 pages
Publisher: Mosby; 3 edition (March 2, 2010)
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