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Harris D. Riley, Jr. - bibliography

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American physician, born 1925, Clarksdale, Mississippi.


  • J. H. Allen, H. D. Riley Jr:
    Generalized cytomegalic inclusion disease, with emphasis on roentgen diagnosis.
    Radiology, Easton, Pennsylvania, 1958, 71: 257-262.
  • Howard, Paxton and Harris D. Riley:
    An Outbreak of Diphtheria in Eastern Oklahoma.
    The Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association, September 1966, 520-527.
  • Dr. John McGlone, Dr. Paul D. Casdorph, Philip Katcher, Dr. Harris D. Riley, Jr., Reverend Dr. Larry W. Sizemore, DR. Marshall W. Fishwick, Ronald T. Clemmons (Editor:
  • General Robert Edward Lee - The Southern Diadem - Essays in Honor of The Shining Knight of the Confederacy.
    Military Order of the Stars & Bars. Volume 1, 1995.
  • H. D. Riley Jr.
    History of the Cytomegalovirus.
    Southern Medical Journal, Birmingham, Alabama, February 1997.
  • Robert F. Hill, PhD, Edward P. Tyson, MD, and Harris D. Riley , Jr., MD, Oklahoma City:
    The Culture of Morning Report: Ethnography of a Clinical Teaching Conference.
    Southern Medical Journal, Birmingham, Alabama, June 1997.

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