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  1. 20405561010
    Author(s):Anderson, H. A. C.
    Title:Congenital occlusion of the duodenum.
    Subject(s):Duodenum (Abnormalities of)
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Med. Rec.
    Place of Publication:N. Y.
    Date of Publication:1889
    Pagination:xxxv, 329.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 2/Volume 4/Page 556
  2. 20405561020
    Author(s):Collum, A. T.
    Title:Malformation of the alimentary canal; atresia at the middle of the duodenum.
    Subject(s):Duodenum (Abnormalities of)
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Tr. Path. Soc. Lond.
    Date of Publication:1894–5
    Pagination:xlvi, 60.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 2/Volume 4/Page 556
  3. 20405561030
    Author(s):Emerson, J. H.
    Title:Congenital stenosis of the duodenum; hæmatemesis; death on the fifth day; autopsy.
    Subject(s):Duodenum (Abnormalities of)
    Journal Title Abbreviation:N. York M. J.
    Date of Publication:1890
    Pagination:lii, 153–155.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 2/Volume 4/Page 556
  4. 20405561040
    Author(s):Hobson, J. M.
    Title:Congenital obliteration of duodenum.
    Subject(s):Duodenum (Abnormalities of)
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Brit. M. J.
    Place of Publication:Lond.
    Date of Publication:1893
    Pagination:i, 637.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 2/Volume 4/Page 556
  5. 20405561050
    Author(s):Letulle
    Title:Malformations duodénales; diverticules péri-vatériens.
    Subject(s):Duodenum (Abnormalities of)
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Presse méd.
    Place of Publication:Par.
    Date of Publication:1899
    Pagination:i, 13.
    Language:French
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 2/Volume 4/Page 556
  6. 20405561060
    Author(s):Pilcher, L. S.
    Title:Large pseudo-diverticulum of the duodenum.
    Subject(s):Duodenum (Abnormalities of)
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Tr. M. Soc. N. Y.
    Place of Publication:Albany
    Date of Publication:1894
    Pagination:127–130.
    Reference Note:Also: Ann. Surg., Phila., 1894, xx, 63–69.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 2/Volume 4/Page 556
  7. 20405561070
    Author(s):Stewart, J. L.
    Title:A case of congenital occlusion in the duodenum with axial twisting and fibrous peritonitis, associated with calcareous masses and peculiar giant-cell-like bodies.
    Subject(s):Duodenum (Abnormalities of)
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Medicine
    Place of Publication:Detroit
    Date of Publication:1898
    Pagination:iv, 994–999.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 2/Volume 4/Page 556
  8. 20405561080
    Author(s):Trujillo, C.
    Title:Contribución al estudio de las anomalís del duodenum.
    Subject(s):Duodenum (Abnormalities of)
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Abeja méd.
    Place of Publication:Habana
    Date of Publication:1893
    Pagination:ii, 86.
    Language:Spanish
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 2/Volume 4/Page 556
  9. 20405561090
    Author(s):Trumpp, J.
    Title:Ueber einen Fall von angeborener infrapapillärer Atresia duodeni.
    Subject(s):Duodenum (Abnormalities of)
    Journal Title Abbreviation:München. med. Wchnschr.
    Date of Publication:1896
    Pagination:xliii, 747–749.
    Language:German
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 2/Volume 4/Page 556
  10. 20405561100
    Subject(s):Duodenum (Abscess of)
    Cross Reference(s):See Duodenum (Inflammation of)
    See Duodenum (Ulcer, etc., of)
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:CrossReference
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 2/Volume 4/Page 556
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