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The Altarpiece of Saint Joseph’s Church in Scicli (Sicily)

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Pozzilli, P., Lazzeri, D. The Altarpiece of Saint Joseph’s Church in Scicli (Sicily). J Endocrinol Invest 43, 121–122 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40618-019-01067-w

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Keywords

  • Goiter
  • Painting
  • Saints
  • Medical diagnosis