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Edith Louise Potter - bibliography

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Biography

American pathologist, born 1901. Chicago; died 1993.

Bibliography

  • Edith Louise Potter:
    Normal and abnormal development of the kidney.
    Year Book Medical Publishers, Chicago, 1972; 1985.
  • Edith Louise Potter and John M. Craig:
    Pathology of the fetus and the infant.
    Year Book Medical Publishers. 3rd edition, 1975.
  • Edith Louise Potter and Enid Gilbert-Barness, editors:
    Potter's pathology of the fetus and infant. St. Louis: Mosby, 1997.
  • Hans-Rudolf Wiedemann:
    Edith Potter (1901-1903). European Journal of Pediatrics, Berlin, 1994, 153: 471.

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