Physician Office Laboratory Education and Training in Primary Care Residency Programs
Daron G. Ferris, MD;
Harvey J. Hamrick, MD;
Phillip G. Pollock, MD;
Anita J. Stinson, MD;
John Crenshaw, MD;
Elmer F. Wahl, MD;
A. Samuel Koenig, MD;
Paul M. Fischer, MD;
J. Stephen Kroger, MD
Arch Fam Med. 1995;4(1):34-39.
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