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Русский: Юрий Владимирович Каннабих История психиатрии / Ю. Каннабих ; Предисл. П. Б. Ганнушкина. - [Москва] : Гос. мед. изд-во, 1929 (Л. : гос. тип. им. Евг. Соколовой). - 520 с., [16] вклад. л. ил., портр. : ил., портр., граф.; 20х15 см.
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