Ethical Considerations Surrounding First Time Procedures: A Study and Analysis of Patient Attitudes Toward Spinal Taps by Students
Williams, Charles Telfer
KENNEDY INSTITUTE OF ETHICS JOURNAL 1992 September; 2(3): 217-231
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