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Morphological changes in the liver associated with small intestinal fistulas

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Yukhtin, V.I., Labotkin, R.O. & Muzykant, L.I. Morphological changes in the liver associated with small intestinal fistulas. Bull Exp Biol Med 102, 1594–1597 (1986).

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Key Words

  • small intestinal fistulas
  • pathomorphosis of the liver
  • hepatic failure