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Bench aids for the diagnosis of filarial infections


, : Bench aids for the diagnosis of filarial infections. Bench aids for the diagnosis of filarial infections: 12 pp.

These bench aids consist of 6 "plates" which are extremely sturdy A4 plasticized cards.

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