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An unusual case of upper digestive tract hemorrhage due to rupture of duodenal varices without apparent sign of portal hypertension



An unusual case of upper digestive tract hemorrhage due to rupture of duodenal varices without apparent sign of portal hypertension



Memoires. Academie de Chirurgie 93(4): 155-158




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