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April 1980, Volume 30, Issue 4

Special Communication

THE CONTRIBUTION OF MUSLIM MEDICAL SCIENTISTS DURING BRITISH PERIOD IN INDIA-A BIBLIOGRAPHY

Mohammad Ata-ur-Rahim  ( Department of Dentistry, Riyadh University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. )

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3. Jafar, M. 1947. Preliminary report on the use of paludrine in the field. IJM; 1:365-368.
4. Jafar, M. and Iyengar, M.O.T. 1947. The incidence of malaria in a deltoid area of Lower Bengal between the Damodar and the Hooghly rivers. IJM; 1:441-468.
5. JafTri, M.H. 1931. A thread ligature round the Penis. IMG; 66: p. 90.
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7. Jamal-ud-din. 1929. Congenital deficiency of two fingers and their metacarpal bones. IMG; 64: p. 150.
8. Jamal-ud-din. 1930. Short term fever in the Punjab. IMG; 65:365-367.
9. Jamal-ud-din. 1931. The economic value of medical institutions. IMG; 66:360-361.
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33. Khan, M. 1932. Invasion of the nasal cavity by a leech. IMG; 67: p. 389.
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37. Khan, M.Y. 1935. Familial periodic paralysis. IMG; 70:28-29.
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52. Khan, Y.M. and Wig, K.L. 1945. Chronic endemic fluorosis (with bone affections) in the Punjab. IMG; 80:429-433.
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66. Majid, S.A. and Sinton, J.A. 1933-34. The Longevity of Females of Culex fatigens under experimental conditions, and the duration of Malarial Infections in these insects. IJMR; 21:455-466.
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