The Resource Atophan (2-phenyi-chinolin-4 carbonic acid) : a definite chemical substance which has been found to exercise a powerful influence upon the uric acid metabolism : a new physiologically and clinically approved therapy in gout and articular rheumatism : June, 1911, Schering and Glatz ..

Atophan (2-phenyi-chinolin-4 carbonic acid) : a definite chemical substance which has been found to exercise a powerful influence upon the uric acid metabolism : a new physiologically and clinically approved therapy in gout and articular rheumatism : June, 1911, Schering and Glatz ..

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Atophan (2-phenyi-chinolin-4 carbonic acid) : a definite chemical substance which has been found to exercise a powerful influence upon the uric acid metabolism : a new physiologically and clinically approved therapy in gout and articular rheumatism : June, 1911
Title
Atophan (2-phenyi-chinolin-4 carbonic acid)
Title remainder
a definite chemical substance which has been found to exercise a powerful influence upon the uric acid metabolism : a new physiologically and clinically approved therapy in gout and articular rheumatism : June, 1911
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Schering and Glatz ..
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eng
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  • Homeopathy
  • Gout
  • Rheumatic Diseases
Label
Atophan (2-phenyi-chinolin-4 carbonic acid) : a definite chemical substance which has been found to exercise a powerful influence upon the uric acid metabolism : a new physiologically and clinically approved therapy in gout and articular rheumatism : June, 1911, Schering and Glatz ..
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000126172
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22 cm.
Extent
16 p.
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  • (Sirsi) 126172
  • 126369
Label
Atophan (2-phenyi-chinolin-4 carbonic acid) : a definite chemical substance which has been found to exercise a powerful influence upon the uric acid metabolism : a new physiologically and clinically approved therapy in gout and articular rheumatism : June, 1911, Schering and Glatz ..
Publication
Control code
000126172
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
16 p.
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 126172
  • 126369

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