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Proc R Soc Med
v.53(12); 1960 December
Proc R Soc Med. 1960 December; 53(12): 995–1002.
The History of Endemic Goitre and Cretinism in the Thirteenth to Fifteenth Centuries [Abridged]
Unfortunately it is not possible to reproduce here the full text of the lecture and the many illustrations which accompanied it. The material omitted here will be included later in a publication on the history of endemic goitre and cretinism.
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