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Fibrinous inflammation, exudate and scarring in monotonous movements and ageing
I have palpated many hard organs during my work and studies. I have seen many young and old people who have hard organs, like very hard shoulder - very common. I have interviewed some of them, some ...
Mar 28 at 20:38
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