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[An unusual case of upper digestive tract hemorrhage due to rupture of duodenal varices without apparent sign of portal hypertension].
Mem Acad Chir (Paris). 1967 Feb 01; 93(4):155-8.MA

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fre

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5303025

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Marquand, J, and J Aillet. "[An Unusual Case of Upper Digestive Tract Hemorrhage Due to Rupture of Duodenal Varices Without Apparent Sign of Portal Hypertension]." Memoires. Academie De Chirurgie (France), vol. 93, no. 4, 1967, pp. 155-8.
Marquand J, Aillet J. [An unusual case of upper digestive tract hemorrhage due to rupture of duodenal varices without apparent sign of portal hypertension]. Mem Acad Chir (Paris). 1967;93(4):155-8.
Marquand, J., & Aillet, J. (1967). [An unusual case of upper digestive tract hemorrhage due to rupture of duodenal varices without apparent sign of portal hypertension]. Memoires. Academie De Chirurgie (France), 93(4), 155-8.
Marquand J, Aillet J. [An Unusual Case of Upper Digestive Tract Hemorrhage Due to Rupture of Duodenal Varices Without Apparent Sign of Portal Hypertension]. Mem Acad Chir (Paris). 1967 Feb 1;93(4):155-8. PubMed PMID: 5303025.
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