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Hepatic venous pressure gradient in cirrhosis: role in variceal bleeding, non-bleeding complications and outcome



Hepatic venous pressure gradient in cirrhosis: role in variceal bleeding, non-bleeding complications and outcome



Asian Journal of Surgery 29(3): 113-119




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Accession: 049210112

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PMID: 16877206

DOI: 10.1016/S1015-9584(09)60068-3



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