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Effects of new 9,11-dihalogenated corticosteroids in various types of alopecia. I. Clinical studies in 32 patients


, : Effects of new 9,11-dihalogenated corticosteroids in various types of alopecia. I. Clinical studies in 32 patients. Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital, New York 34(2): 121-129


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