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Pancreatitis necrotizante

Revisión de la evidencia actual del diagnóstico y manejo de la pancreatitis necrotizante
Autor/a: Tiffany Y. Chua, R. Matthew Walsh, Mark E. Baker, Tyler Stevens Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine Volume 84 • Number 8 August 2017.
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