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    Medicina Clínica(月刊),出版国家为西班牙,成立于1943年,是一家月刊致力于推动内科等专业的专家之间的研究和临床实践。他们是本出版物他的文章中的科学和方法严谨的基本特征,目前的问题,特别是它的实用性,一直在寻求这些信息是在临床实践中最有用的。
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