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The diagnostic accuracy emergency department laboratory utility and morbidity of missed diagnoses in emergency department patients admitted with abdominal pain



The diagnostic accuracy emergency department laboratory utility and morbidity of missed diagnoses in emergency department patients admitted with abdominal pain



Annals of Emergency Medicine 17(10): 1120-1121




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