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Edgar Van Nuys Allen - bibliography

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Biography

American physician, born 1900, Cozad, Dawson County, Nebraska; died 1961.

Bibliography

  • Edgar van Nuys Allen and others with associates in the Mayo Clinic and Mayo Foundation:
    Peripheral vascular diseases.
    2nd edition, Philadelphia, Saunders, 1955. 825 pages.
    3rd edition by Edgar V. Allen, Nelson W. Barker and Edgar A. Hines, Jr. With the assistance of John A. Spittell, Jr. and others. Philadelphia, Saunders, 1962. 1044 pages.
  • Edgar van Nuys Allen, Nelson Waite Barker (1899–), John F. Fairbairn, Edgar Alphonso Hines, Jr. (1905-1978), John Louis Juergens, John A. Spittell (1925-):
    Peripheral vascular diseases.
    4th edition, Philadelphia, Saunders, 1972. 797 pages. 5th edition 1980, 981 pages.

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