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Endoscopic retrograde opacification of pancreatic tracts normal and pathological features in chronic pancreatitis and cancer of the pancreas preliminary note



Endoscopic retrograde opacification of pancreatic tracts normal and pathological features in chronic pancreatitis and cancer of the pancreas preliminary note



Ospedali Italiani Pediatria (e Specialita' Chirurgiche) 20(3): 547-562



The authors report on their experience with 130 patients under their observation during the last 3 years.

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