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Diverticulosis y diverticulitis

Esta revisión indica que la evidencia más reciente desmiente las creencias y los paradigmas terapéuticos clásicos
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Autor/a: Feuerstein JD, Falchuk KR Fuente: Mayo Clinic Proceedings 2016 Diverticulosis and Diverticulitis
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