acardiacus
acar·di·a·cus (a″kahr-diґə-kus) acardius.

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  • fetus acardiacus — acardius …   Medical dictionary

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  • Hans Hunziker (Arzt) — Hans Hunziker Kramer (* 2. August 1878 in Attelwil; † 17. Dezember 1941 in Basel) war ein Schweizer Arzt, Hochschullehrer für Hygiene und soziale Medizin, Abstinenzler und Stadtphysikus von Basel. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 1.1 Jugend …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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