By James E. Lessenger
Makes a speciality of either therapy and prevention of scientific difficulties in a rural atmosphere complete reference for kinfolk physicians offering take care of sufferers in rural and agricultural components offers a practice-based process
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Agricultural Medicine: A Practical Guide by James E. Lessenger