Pourquoi certaines tumeurs doivent être ouvertes et d'autres extirpées / Jean-Yves Bousigue

Ouverture ou extirpation : Pourquoi certaines tumeurs doivent être ouvertes et d'autres extirpées / Jean-Yves Bousigue. Dans "Histoire du cancer (1750-1950)", colloque international organisé par le laboratoire FRAMESPA (université Toulouse II-Le Mirail), l'Institut Claudius Regaud et le Centre d'Études d'Histoire de la Médecine. Toulouse : Université Toulouse II-Le Mirail, Institut Claudius Regaud, 20-22 janvier 2011.
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