Ensayo randomizado | 19 OCT 15

Abordaje perineal transanal

Un nuevo estándar para la resección con preservación enfinteriana en el cáncer rectal bajo.
Autor/a: Denost Q, Adam JP, Rullier A, Buscail E, Laurent C, Rullier E Ann Surg 2014; 260(6): 993-999
INDICE:  1. Desarrollo | 2. Bibliografía

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