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Tuberkulose im Ausland

  • G. Neumann
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Part of the Tuberkulose-Jahrbuch book series (TBC JAHRBUCH, volume 1966/67)

Zusammenfassung

Tuberkulose kennt keine Staats — und Ländergrenzen — die Fortsetzung der Berichterstattung über die Situation in der Welt ist deshalb legitim. Um den Umfang in einem vertretbaren Rahmen zu halten, wird im wesentlichen auf nationale Statistiken und nur ausnahmsweise auf Arbeiten über spezielle epidemiologische Probleme eingegangen.

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  • G. Neumann
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  1. 1.StuttgartDeutschland

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