Corpus ID: 68176103

[A polyvitamin preparation of fat-soluble vitamins (carotolin) and rose hip oil in the treatment of certain dermatoses].

@article{Gp1967APP,
  title={[A polyvitamin preparation of fat-soluble vitamins (carotolin) and rose hip oil in the treatment of certain dermatoses].},
  author={Shabykin Gp and Godorazhi Ai},
  journal={Vestnik dermatologii i venerologii},
  year={1967},
  volume={41},
  pages={71-73}
}
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