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Structure osseuse et leucémie (leucémies classiques et maladie plasmocytomateuse)

  • Jorge Guasch

Résumé

Le titre de ce travail paraît exiger une définition préalable de la maladie plasmocytomateuse et la justification de son rapprochement des leucémies ordinaires et de son inclusion dans un concept large de la leucémie.

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  • Jorge Guasch
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  1. 1.BarcelonaEspagne

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