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Anatomisch-histologischer Nachweis von Akupunkturleitbahnen?

Anatomical-histological detection of acupuncture meridians?

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Correspondence to PD Dr. Johannes Fleckenstein.

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Fleckenstein, J. Anatomisch-histologischer Nachweis von Akupunkturleitbahnen?. Dtsch Z Akupunkt (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s42212-020-00237-9

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