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Pneumatosis intestinalis: a variant of bevacizumab related perforation possibly associated with chemotherapy related GI toxicity

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Asmis, T.R., Chung, K.Y., Teitcher, J.B. et al. Pneumatosis intestinalis: a variant of bevacizumab related perforation possibly associated with chemotherapy related GI toxicity. Invest New Drugs 26, 95–96 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10637-007-9094-z

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