Speech Disorders in World War II: V. Organization of a Speech Clinic in an Army General Hospital Research Article
Research Article  |   September 01, 1946
Speech Disorders in World War II: V. Organization of a Speech Clinic in an Army General Hospital
 
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  • * William G. Peacher, M.D., is a Captain in the Medical Corps, Army Service Forces, McGuire General Hospital, Richmond, Virginia. This is the fifth of a series of articles by Captain Peacher dealing with speech disorders in World War II. The first four articles are listed in the references at the end of the present article.
    William G. Peacher, M.D., is a Captain in the Medical Corps, Army Service Forces, McGuire General Hospital, Richmond, Virginia. This is the fifth of a series of articles by Captain Peacher dealing with speech disorders in World War II. The first four articles are listed in the references at the end of the present article.×
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Research Article   |   September 01, 1946
Speech Disorders in World War II: V. Organization of a Speech Clinic in an Army General Hospital
Journal of Speech Disorders, September 1946, Vol. 11, 233-239. doi:10.1044/jshd.1103.233
 
Journal of Speech Disorders, September 1946, Vol. 11, 233-239. doi:10.1044/jshd.1103.233
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