3 edition of Clinic of Traditional Chinese Medicine II found in the catalog.
Clinic of Traditional Chinese Medicine II
Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
by Publishing House of Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Shanghai
Written in English
WB 70.9 S528 v. 7 1990
|Statement||Editor-in-chief: Zhang Enquin.|
|Series||A practical English-Chinese library of traditional medicine -- v. 7, Practical English-Chinese library of traditional medicine -- v. 7.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||98805617|
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