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Cólico renal agudo por cálculos ureterales
Sobre la presentación de un caso clínico, el autor presenta la evidencia que sustenta diversas estrategias, una revisión de las recomendaciones formales y sus recomendaciones personales.
Autor: Dr. Joel M.H. Teichman, M.D.  Fuente: Comentario y resumen objetivo: Dra. Marta Papponetti NEJM 350 (7):684-693. 12 de febrero, 2004.
INDICE:  1. Desarrollo | 2. Áreas de incertidumbre | 3. Bibliografía

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