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Limitations Of Dipstick Urinalysis In Detecting Clinically Significant Proteinuria In Chronic Spinal Cord Injury



Limitations Of Dipstick Urinalysis In Detecting Clinically Significant Proteinuria In Chronic Spinal Cord Injury



Journal of Investigative Medicine 55(1): S271-S272




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DOI: 10.1097/00042871-200701010-00667


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