By David L. Rimoin, Reed E. Pyeritz, Bruce Korf
For decades,Emery and Rimoin’s rules and perform of scientific Geneticshas supplied the last word resource for practising clinicians to profit how the examine of genetics could be built-in into practice.
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Emery and Rimoin's Principles and Practice of Medical Genetics (6th Edition) by David L. Rimoin, Reed E. Pyeritz, Bruce Korf