Weichselbaum


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Weich·sel·baum

(vī-sel'bowm),
Anton, Austrian pathologist, 1845-1920. See: Weichselbaum coccus.
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With the Vienna, Austria, metropolitan area as a study area, Weichselbaum et al.
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In: Holland JF, Frei E, Bast RC, Kufe DW, Morton DL, Weichselbaum R, eds.
Weichselbaum, a radiation oncologist at the University of Chicago.
less preferred) service (see, for example, McNeil, Weichselbaum, and Pauker 1978; Ben Zion and Gafni 1983; and Mehrez and Gafni 1987).