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Experimental Pyelonephritis. IX. The Bacteriological Course and Morphological Consequences of Staphylococcal Pyelonephritis in the Rat, with Consideration of the Specificity of the Pathological Changes Observed

By L. R. Freedman, A. S. Werner, D. Beck and S. Paplanus
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