Vol 73, No 2 (2022)
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Magellan’s circumnavigation: what lessons 500 years later for maritime medicine?

Richard Pougnet12, Laurence Pougnet32, Jean-Dominique Dewitte12, Brice Loddé42, David Lucas42
Pubmed: 35781688
IMH 2022;73(2):98-99.


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