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Gossypiboma: migration of retained surgical gauze and spontaneous transurethral protrusion



Gossypiboma: migration of retained surgical gauze and spontaneous transurethral protrusion



Bju International 84(7): 879-880




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Accession: 035000927

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PMID: 10532994

DOI: 10.1046/j.1464-410x.1999.00335.x


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