Niels Henrik Ingvar Hjøllund

Det medicinske fødselsregisters oplysninger om tidligere spontane aborter

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Det medicinske fødselsregisters oplysninger om tidligere spontane aborter. / Hjøllund, Niels Henrik Ingvar.

I: Ugeskrift for Laeger, Bind 158, Nr. 34, 19.08.1996, s. 4746-8.

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