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The Gene, the clinic and the family: Diagnosing dysmorphology, reviving medical dominance

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The Gene, the clinic and the family : Diagnosing dysmorphology, reviving medical dominance. / Latimer, Joanna.

Taylor and Francis, 2013. 237 p.

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Latimer, J 2013, The Gene, the clinic and the family: Diagnosing dysmorphology, reviving medical dominance. Taylor and Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203441459

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Latimer, J. (2013). The Gene, the clinic and the family: Diagnosing dysmorphology, reviving medical dominance. Taylor and Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203441459

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Latimer J. The Gene, the clinic and the family: Diagnosing dysmorphology, reviving medical dominance. Taylor and Francis, 2013. 237 p. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203441459

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Latimer, Joanna. / The Gene, the clinic and the family : Diagnosing dysmorphology, reviving medical dominance. Taylor and Francis, 2013. 237 p.

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