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Clinical Hepatology: Principles And Practice Of by Henryk Dancygier

By Henryk Dancygier

Scientific Hepatology rules and perform of Hepatobiliary ailments presents transparent and accomplished assurance of the etiology, mechanisms of illness, prognosis, and sensible administration of the full spectrum of liver and biliary problems. It additionally presents a good, evidence-based overview of the quickly increasing box of hepatobiliary diseases."

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