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Hereditary rickets and osteomalacia associated with abnormalities in vitamin d metabolism calcipenic rickets or phosphate homeostasis phosphopenic rickets



Hereditary rickets and osteomalacia associated with abnormalities in vitamin d metabolism calcipenic rickets or phosphate homeostasis phosphopenic rickets



Degroot, L J , Et Al (Ed ) Endocrinology, Second Edition, Vols 1-3 Xxxii+801p (Vol 1); Xxxii+996p (Vol 2); Xxxii+979p (Vol 3) W B Saunders, Co : Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Usa Illus 1080-1094




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