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Сравнение панкреатодигестивных анастомозов при проксимальной резекции поджелудочной железы (обзор литературы)

Егиев В.Н.
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Егиев Валерий Николаевич – профессор, руководитель клиники хирургии и онкологии ФГБУ “Лечебно-реабилитационный центр” Минздрава РФ.
Адрес для корреспонденции: Егиев Валерий Николаевич – 125367 Москва, Иваньковское шоссе, д. 3. Тел.: 8-925-506-66-90. E-mail: egiev50@gmail.com

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Comparison of Pancreatodigestive Anastomoses in Proximal Resection of the Pancreas (Review)

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