Training in diagnostic ultrasound : essentials, principles and standards : report of a WHO study group
Other TitlesFormation à l' échographie diagnostique : éléments, principes, et normes : rapport d' un groupe d' étude de l' OMS
Formación en ultrasonografía diagnóstica : fundamentos, principios y normas : informe de un grupo de estudio de la OMS
WHO Study Group on Training in Diagnostic Ultrasound : Essentials, Principles and Standards (1996 : Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) & World Health Organization. (1998). Training in diagnostic ultrasound : essentials, principles and standards : report of a WHO study group. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/42093
WHO technical report series ; 875
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