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George Elgie Brown - bibliography

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Biography

American physician, born 1885, Grand Rapids, Michigan; died 1935.

Bibliography

  • Edgar Alphonso Hines (1906-) and George Elgie Brown:
    A standard stimulus for measuring vasomotor reactions: its application in the study of hypertension.
    Proceedings of the Staff Meetings of the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, 1932, 7: 332-335.

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