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The primary approach of the main biliary pathway in the treatment of gallbladder lithiasis






Revista de Chirurgie Oncologie Radiologie O R L Oftalmologie Stomatologie Seria Chirurgie 35(2): 113-123

The primary approach of the main biliary pathway in the treatment of gallbladder lithiasis

An extensive study is presented, on the tactical attitude in the lithiasis of the main biliary pathway. The study is based on 909 cases in which this pathway was approached primarily.


Accession: 006740705



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