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Pancreatitis biliar

Los objetivos de este ensayo piloto randomizado fueron determinar la factibilidad de la colecistectomía temprana, y obtener estimaciones no sesgadas del efecto de la misma sobre la duración de la estadía hospitalaria, complicaciones y resultados reportados por los pacientes.
Autor/a: Chiu AS, Jean RA, Resio B, Pei KY Surg 2019; 166(3): 380-385
INDICE:  1. Texto principal | 2. Referencias bibliográficas
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