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MELD Scores of Liver Transplant Recipients According to Size of Waiting List Impact of Organ Allocation and Patient Outcomes

MELD Scores of Liver Transplant Recipients According to Size of Waiting List Impact of Organ Allocation and Patient Outcomes

Survey of Anesthesiology 49(3): 170-171

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DOI: 10.1097/01.sa.0000165256.20836.32

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