Influence of Craniofacial Surgery on the Social Attitudes Toward the Malformed and Their Handling in Different Cultures and at Different Times: A Contribution to Social World History
Sailer, Hermann F.
Journal of Craniofacial Surgery 1995 July; 6(4): 314-326
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