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Carl M. Pearson


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American physician.

Biography of Carl M. Pearson

Carl M. Pearson was president of the American College of Rheumatology 1977-1978. He was on the editorial board of the Saudi Medical Journal 1979-1981.


  • C. M. Pearson and P. M. O'Meara:
    An Electrocardiographic Study of Recurrent Hyperkalemia: Report of a Case.
    American Heart Journal, Asugust 1955.
  • C. M. Pearson and F. K. Mostofi, editors:
    The Striated muscle. By 28 authors. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1973.
    In the series: International Academy of Pathology. Monographs in pathology, no. 12.

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