Jesús Ma Prieto Valtũena, Joan Rodés, David A. Shafritz
Springer-Verlag, 1992 - Medical - 1128 pages
This book covers the entire spectrum of hepatobiliary diseases. It deals in detail with their causes and mechanisms, the techniques employed in their diagnosis, and the various forms of treatment that are adopted. The conceptual and technological advances of recent years are fully discussed, with new areas of interest receiving due consideration.
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