- A dictionary of medical eponyms

Samuel Bradbury - bibliography

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Biography

American physician, 1883-1947.

Bibliography

  • What constitutes adequate medical service; a study of methods and results in caring for 200 cases of chronic illness im ambulatory patients.
    N. Y. Com. Dispensary Develop. U.S. Hospital Fund of Ny.Y. 1926.

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