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Relationships between injuries to skin integument of the head and its morphometric features and instrument with which the injury was inflicted



Relationships between injuries to skin integument of the head and its morphometric features and instrument with which the injury was inflicted



Sudebno-Meditsinskaya Ekspertiza 37(4): 3-5




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