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Value of the transjugular approach to embolization of esophageal varices in digestive system hemorrhage caused by portal hypertension



Value of the transjugular approach to embolization of esophageal varices in digestive system hemorrhage caused by portal hypertension



Annales de Radiologie 26(4): 290-294




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