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[The Urinary Tract Diseases Dispensary and Clinic of the Instituto Rubio (1885). 1st hospital service specializing in urologic pathology in the history of Spanish medicine. 1st period. The Instituto Rubio in Hospital de la Princesa (1880-1896).(I)].
Maganto Pavón E. Maganto Pavón E. Arch Esp Urol. 1998 Jan-Feb;51(1):5-14. Arch Esp Urol. 1998. PMID: 9557336 Spanish.
In May 1880, a royal decree signed by the Minister of the Interior, F. Romero Robledo, created the Institute of Operative Therapy under the gratuitous direction of Dr. ...The Institute's section for Diseases of the Urinary Tract, created in October 1885, was entrust …
In May 1880, a royal decree signed by the Minister of the Interior, F. Romero Robledo, created the Institute of Operative Ther …
Morphological reassessment and molecular phylogenetic analyses of Amauroderma s.lat. raised new perspectives in the generic classification of the Ganodermataceae family.
Costa-Rezende DH, Robledo GL, Góes-Neto A, Reck MA, Crespo E, Drechsler-Santos ER. Costa-Rezende DH, et al. Persoonia. 2017 Dec;39:254-269. doi: 10.3767/persoonia.2017.39.10. Epub 2017 Sep 21. Persoonia. 2017. PMID: 29503477 Free PMC article.
Furtadoa is proposed to accommodate species with monomitic context: F. biseptata, F. brasiliensis and F. corneri. Molecular phylogenetic analyses confirm that both genera grouped as strongly supported distinct lineages out of the Amauroderma s.str. clade....
Furtadoa is proposed to accommodate species with monomitic context: F. biseptata, F. brasiliensis and F. corneri. Molec …