4 edition of Gynaecological and obstetrical anatomy (descriptive & applied) found in the catalog.
Previous ed. (B53-14453) published as Gynaecological and obstetrical anatomy and functional histology. London, Edward Arnold, 1953.bibl.
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Do antenatal and postnatal care of pregnant patient at their clinics• Students will explore the continuum of current care services for the older adult population.
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