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The prevalence of rectal cancer in the armenian ssr ussr and reasons for its not being treated

, : The prevalence of rectal cancer in the armenian ssr ussr and reasons for its not being treated. Zhurnal Eksperimental'noi i Klinicheskoi Meditsiny 27(6): 563-567

The steady increase of the indices of the incidence and neglected cases of rectal cancer is established. The measures for the improvement of the diagnostic and treatment results in case of this pathology are recommended.

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