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Intraoperative ultrasound examination in surgery of liver hydatid


, : Intraoperative ultrasound examination in surgery of liver hydatid. Khirurgiya ( 2): 78-82

The results were analyzed of intraoperative ultrasound examination (IOUSE) using a Sonolayer SAL-32B of 31 patients with liver hydatid, including 21 with multiple liver cysts, at the Vishnevski Surgical Institute in Moscow.


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