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Doctors and pharmacists in Utrecht in the 17th century; two strange ordinances concerning doctors' fees from the year of 1655


, : Doctors and pharmacists in Utrecht in the 17th century; two strange ordinances concerning doctors' fees from the year of 1655. Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 100(41): 2914-2919


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