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Cir Esp 2003;73:233-43 - DOI: 10.1016/S0009-739X(03)72131-9
Manejo diagnóstico en el tratamiento conservador del traumatismo abdominal
Pablo Ortega-Deballona1, , Miguel Ángel Delgado-Millána, José María Jover-Navalónb, Manuel Limones-Estebana
Servicio de Cirugía General y Digestiva.*Coordinador de la Sección de Politraumatizados y Cuidados Intensivos Quirúrgicos de la AEC. Hospital Universitario de Getafe (Madrid). España
Aceptado 30 noviembre 2002
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