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Heinz W. Kugler - bibliography

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Biography

U. S. Engineer.

Bibliography

  • W. H. Crosby and H. W. Kugler:
    Intraluminal biopsy of the small intestine: the intestinal biopsy capsule.
    The American Journal of Digestive Diseases, May 1957, 2 (5): 236-241.
  • D. B. Doty, H. W. Kugler, R. V. Moseley:
    Control of the hepatic parenchyma by direct compression: a new instrument.
    Surgery, St. Louis, April 1970, 67 (4): 720-724.
  • W. H. Crosby Jr, W. H. Crosby Sr, H. W. Kugler:
    An instrument for serial sampling of intestinal juice: the intestinal cup--a means of locating the site of intestinal bleeding.
    The American Journal of Digestive Diseases, March 1960, 5: 213-216.

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