Antibiotika i almen praksis. En fælles beslutning?

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Antibiotika i almen praksis. En fælles beslutning? / Lindell, Johanna.

I: Akademisk kvarter, Bind 12, 10.2015, s. 102-117.

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Lindell, J 2015, 'Antibiotika i almen praksis. En fælles beslutning?', Akademisk kvarter, bind 12, s. 102-117.

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Lindell, J. (2015). Antibiotika i almen praksis. En fælles beslutning? Akademisk kvarter, 12, 102-117.

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Lindell J. Antibiotika i almen praksis. En fælles beslutning? Akademisk kvarter. 2015 okt;12:102-117.

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Lindell, Johanna. / Antibiotika i almen praksis. En fælles beslutning?. I: Akademisk kvarter. 2015 ; Bind 12. s. 102-117.

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