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The Application Of Meld Score In Patients Submitted To Liver Transplantation A Retrospective Analysis Of Survival And The Predictive Factors In The Short And Long Term



The Application Of Meld Score In Patients Submitted To Liver Transplantation A Retrospective Analysis Of Survival And The Predictive Factors In The Short And Long Term



Transplantation 86(Suppl.): 155-156




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DOI: 10.1097/01.tp.0000332229.20520.b9


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