Guide for Peer Reviewers of Scientific Articles in the Croatian Medical Journal

Matko Marušić, Dario Sambunjak, Ana Marušić

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Reprinted from Croat Med J. 2005; 46(2): 326-32.by permision of the author and Editor-on-chief

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